Chief Minister Kamal Nath has congratulated the farmers and especially the progressive farmers on getting the Krishi Karman Award for excellence in production of wheat and pulses. The Chief Minister said that the farmers of the state are giving Krishi Karman Award to the state with their hard work. Chief Minister Kamal Nath said that the state government is ready to support the farmers at every step. He is always with them for help even in times of crisis.
The Chief Minister said that the farmers of the state are giving Krishi Karman Award to the state with their hard work.
He said that by waiving loans of up to two lakh rupees on farmers, the government has respected the hard work of farmers. The Chief Minister said that the real beneficiaries of Krishi Karman Award are hardworking farmers of Madhya Pradesh. The Chief Minister has also congratulated the field staff of allied departments including the Agriculture Department, who have supported the farmers every moment.
The meeting of the District Planning Committee in Bhopal took place fiercely between BJP MP Pragya Thakur (BJP MP Pragya Thakur) and Congress in-charge Minister Dr. Govind Singh (Minister Dr. Govind Singh). However, all the members involved in the meeting pacified the two leaders and pacified the middle path. After exiting the meeting, Dr. Govind Singh, Minister of Kamal Nath said that there has been a positive discussion among all the members regarding the Master Plan of Bhopal. While Madhya Pradesh Law Minister PC Sharma said that for the last 15 years, the BJP government did not pay any attention to Bhopal, but the Congress government’s master plan for the next 3 months to 2031.
All members of BJP Congress have unanimously supported this proposal.
Is going to bring However, after the meeting of the District Planning Committee, BJP MLA Vishwas Sarang, while talking to the media, said that the Minister in charge, Dr. Govind Singh himself, has assured to reconsider the matter of dividing the Municipal Corporation into 2 parts. Apart from this, the proposal has been passed regarding Ayodhya’s Ram Mandir (Ram Mandir) and Babri Masjid in Ayodhya. After the decision of the Supreme Court in the Ayodhya case in the meeting, a motion was made to maintain peace, so that the decision will be in favor of anyone, but the peace in Bhopal remains intact. All members of BJP Congress have unanimously supported this proposal. At the same time, Minority Affairs Minister of Kamal Nath Arif Aqeel said that even if the decision comes on anyone’s side, there will be no difference on the Ganga Jamuni Tehzeeb of Bhopal. On the other hand, BJP MLA Vishwas Sarang also said that the Ram temple should be built in Ayodhya or the mosque will remain the peace of Bhopal and Madhya Pradesh.
Inspired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, young film director, actor Dheeraj Pandit took out a bike rally from Mumbai to Delhi in support of the citizenship law. This bike rally reached Delhi on 24 December, via Mumbai, followed by Silvassa in Gujarat, Vadodara followed by Kherwara in Rajasthan, Jaipur. National Minister and Delhi’s co-incharge Tarun Chugh welcomed him at the Delhi Pradesh BJP office. Sudhanshu Dubey supported Dheeraj Pandit in this rally and list Kothari, Vijendra Goswami, Jitendra Singh Negi, Ajay Kumar Cherasia, Dinesh Thakur, Sweety Kataria, Bhaskar Tripathi have supported.
National Minister and Delhi’s co-incharge Tarun Chugh welcomed him at the Delhi Pradesh BJP office.
The bike rally held in support of the Citizenship Amendment Act got immense support from the people. Most of the people supported this law, only few people who opposed it. Pandit said that it seemed to me that the voice raised against the Citizenship Amendment Act passed in Parliament is unfair and this law is not against any community but to give Indian citizenship to religiously oppressed minorities from the neighboring country. Through the bike rally, people from different communities of different states met and made them aware of the Citizenship Amendment Act and helped to overcome their doubts.
With the death of 9 children in two days in Kota city of Rajasthan, the number of children who died in December in JK Lone Hospital has increased to 100. Politics has started on the death of children. The opposition BJP has attacked the Rajasthan government and Congress President Sonia Gandhi. BJP’s IT cell chief Amit Malviya said that the death of 100 children in a month is not so trivial that the media should shut their eyes. Here, BSP chief Mayawati has also targeted Gehlot government and Priyanka Gandhi. The hospital administration said that 77 children died in the same hospital in December 2018. Hospital’s Superintendent Dr. Suresh Dulara said that 4 children died on 30 December and 5 children on 31 December. He explained the reason behind this, saying that all of them died due to low birth weight. On the other hand, on the death of such a large number of children, BJP has also started protesting against the Gehlot government of the state. BJP’s IT cell head Amit Malviya wrote from his Twitter handle, ‘100 newborns die in a month, and no questions are asked to the Chief Minister of Rajasthan. Kota is not so far away that Sonia and Rahul Gandhi cannot go there and this incident is not so minor that the media should take a blind eye to this negligence of the Congress government.
The opposition BJP has attacked the Rajasthan government and Congress President Sonia Gandhi.
Targeting the Gehlot government, BSP chief Mayawati tweeted, “The recent loss of mothers in the Kota district of Congress-ruled Rajasthan, with the death of nearly 100 innocent children, is extremely sad and painful. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot himself and his government still remain indifferent, insensitive and irresponsible towards it, which is highly condemnable. ‘Maya wrote, ‘Even more sad that the top leadership of the Congress party and especially the women general secretary (Priyanka Gandhi) keep silence in this matter. It would have been nice to have met poor mothers like UP, whose laps have been destroyed only due to the negligence of their party’s government. If the Congress National Secretary General does not go to the Kota of Rajasthan and meet the ‘mothers’ of the deceased children, then in any case here so far, meeting the family of the UP victims will only be considered as their political selfishness and utter drama, so that the UP The public has to be alert. On the other hand, awakened by the death of children, the Rajasthan government on Tuesday ordered to check the functional status of all medical devices in the hospitals associated with the medical college. Dr. Dulara said, ‘1005 children died in this hospital in 2018 while 963 children died in 2019’. According to data from Kota District Collector Om Kasera and Hospital Superintendent, infant mortality in JK Lone Hospital has decreased every year since 2014.
Even before the announcement of Delhi Assembly Election 2020, the process of accusations in political parties has started. Union Minister Prakash Javadekar accused the Congress and the Aam Aadmi Party of spreading violence in Delhi over the revised citizenship law. After this, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia hit back at Prakash Javadekar’s allegations and said that the country knows well who is the master of rioting. Sisodia said that the people of Delhi and the country know the truth of the BJP. Significantly, Prakash Javadekar has tweeted that the Congress and the Aam Aadmi Party are responsible for the violence in Delhi on the citizenship law.
Even before the announcement of Delhi Assembly Election 2020, the process of accusations in political parties has started.
Both parties are not condemning the violence, are not blaming anyone, are silent on the violence. These people have seen the work of provoking people. All the incidents that took place around Jamia, Seelampur and Jama Masjid in Delhi saw both Asif Khan of Congress and Amanatullah of AAP party being accused of inciting the public. In a quiet city like Delhi, deliberately creating confusion in the minds of the minorities about the citizenship law and creating an atmosphere of unrest and damage to public property, the Aam Aadmi Party and Congress are completely responsible for it. He should apologize to the people of Delhi
Samajwadi Party President Akhilesh Yadav has been fiercely targeted by UP BJP chief Swatantra Dev Singh amidst fierce political debate and protests over the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and National Population Register (NRC). Singh has said that Akhilesh should go to Pakistan and see the condition of Hindus there. Singh said, ‘Akhilesh Yadav should go to Pakistan and worship in a temple for a month, then he will understand what happens there. They don’t know what they want.
Singh has said that Akhilesh should go to Pakistan and see the condition of Hindus there.
‘Singh said that Akhilesh should read about the Citizenship Amendment Bill and the National Population Register (NPR). It is known that earlier Akhilesh Yadav had announced that he would not get his registration done in the National Population Register (NPR). He had said, ‘People of BJP will not decide whether we are citizens or not. Mahatma Gandhi showed the way in South Africa. They burned some cards. Here we will be the first who will not fill the form of NPR, I am not going to fill any form.
Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa will address Parliament during a formal ceremony on January 3 before the new session begins. The Daily Financial Times gave this information in its news on Tuesday. Speaker Karu Jayasuriya and Parliament Secretary-General Dhammika Dasanayake will welcome him when Rajapaksa comes to the formal ceremony of the Legislature. After this, the national flag will be hoisted and a 21-gun salute will also be given.
The Daily Financial Times gave this information in its news on Tuesday.
The President will preside over the inaugural session starting at 10 am, where he will explain the policies of the new government and then suspend the session of the House. The first session of the Parliament of Sri Lanka was held on October 14, 1947. It was then chaired by Governor Henry Monk-Mason Moore. The Daily Financial Times reported in his report that he then delivered his speech, which was debated by Parliament and passed a motion of thanks. The third session of the Second Parliament was inaugurated by Queen Elizabeth II on 12 April 1954.
AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi on Sunday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of misleading the people over Citizenship Amendment Act, National Population Register and National Register of Citizens and alleged that he wanted to divide the country through these measures. The PM is “hell-bent on destroying the Constitution”, he said. Addressing party’s ‘Samvidhan Bachao’ (save the Constitution) rally at Ruidhasa ground here, Owaisi said, “Prime Minister Narendra Modi is misleading the people on CAA, NPR and NRC. Modi wants to divide the country once again by bringing measures like CAA, NRC and NPR.” The Hyderabad MP asserted that there is no difference between the NPR and the NRC.
The Hyderabad MP asserted that there is no difference between the NPR and the NRC.
“If we remain silent today, the generations to come will have to answer.” AIMIM chief said Muslims gave their testimony of being patriots by choosing to remain in India but the prime minister is asking for proof of citizenship from that very community. “Why do you have so much hate for Muslims, Narendra Modi ji? Why do you have doubt on our patriotism?,” Owaisi said. AIMIM chief also criticised Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for supporting the Citizenship Amendment Bill in Parliament and dared him to tell the Centre that people of his state are not in favour of the “black legislation”. “If there is any morality left in Nitish Kumar, he must declare and tell the Centre in clear cut terms that Bihar will not implement these measures (CAA, NPR and NRC)…But I know that he would not be able to do so. He remained silent when the Bill was being passed in Parliament. What he will speak now,” Owaisi added.
As protests continue in universities against the Citizenship Amendment Act, Union Human Resource Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal on Sunday said that the central government will not allow educational institutions to become an arena of politics at any cost. He said that everyone is free to engage in political activities but college and university should be kept away from it as many students come from far flung places to study. He said, “Narendra Modi government will not tolerate it at any cost.” Students of several other universities in the country, including Jawaharlal Nehru University, Jamia Millia Islamia, University of Delhi, Yadavpur University and Presidency University, have been consistently protesting against the amended citizenship law (CAA). Pokhriyal alleged that the opposition parties were deliberately spreading misinformation about the CAA.
The Union Minister said, “At that time she was very strongly in demand of the Citizenship Amendment Act.”
He said, “The Congress responsible for dividing the country on religious grounds is spreading misinformation about the CAA.” Criticizing West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for opposing the citizenship law, the union minister said the Trinamool supremo had demonstrated against illegal migrants in 2005, when she was an MP.The Union Minister said, “At that time she was very strongly in demand of the Citizenship Amendment Act.” Pokhriyal said that it will add values to the country, regarding the new education policy.He said, “The new education policy coming after a gap of 33 years will be India centric and it will add values to the country.”
Army Chief General Bipin Rawat was appointed the country’s first Chief of Defense Staff (CDS) on Monday. The task of CDS will be to bring better synergy in the functioning of Army, Navy and Air Force. According to the government order, the appointment of General Rawat to the post of CDS will be effective from December 31. General Rawat assumed the post of Army Chief on 31 December 2016. He was retiring on Tuesday. Prior to becoming army chief, he had handled the Line of Control with Pakistan, the Line of Actual Control with China and various operational responsibilities in the Northeast. The Cabinet Committee on Security Affairs last Tuesday approved the creation of the post of CDS which will serve as the Principal Military Advisor to the Defense Minister in all matters related to the three services. General Manoj Mukund Naravane has now become the new Army Chief of the country. He took charge on Tuesday morning.
Army Chief General Bipin Rawat was appointed the country’s first Chief of Defense Staff (CDS) on Monday.
General Naravane has replaced General Bipin Rawat who was appointed the first Chief of Defense Staff (CDS) of the country on Monday after serving as Army Chief for three years. General Naravane was currently the Deputy Chief of the Army.General Naravane was the Chief of the Eastern Command of the Army, which took care of the nearly four thousand km border with China before becoming Deputy Chief of Army Staff in September.During his 37 years of service, General Naravane held many important positions in Jammu and Kashmir and the Northeast. He commanded the National Rifles Battalion in Jammu and Kashmir and led the Infantry Brigade on the Eastern Front.He was part of the Indian Peacekeeping Force in Sri Lanka and was a defense attach at the Indian Embassy in Myanmar for three years.General Naravane has been a student of the National Defense Academy and the Indian Military Academy.He was commissioned in June 1980 in the Seventh Battalion of the Sikh Light Infantry Regiment.