A US lawmaker Maggie Hasan, who recently returned to visit Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), has called for exploring ways to reduce tensions between India and Pakistan. New England MP Hassan made the appeal on Twitter after returning from his tour of PoK. She has left for India after a visit to Afghanistan and Pakistan. In Pakistan, Hasan met Prime Minister Imran Khan and Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa and discussed joint efforts to combat terrorism and regional stability. “We also visited Kashmir controlled by Pakistan,” Hasan said. Amid increasing tension in Kashmir, it is important that we find ways to reduce tension on both sides. He said, I am now visiting India where I will meet the officials to discuss this situation and international trade.
Voting has started in 17 seats, including the capital Ranchi, in the third phase of assembly elections in Jharkhand. Voting continues peacefully at seven in the morning amid tight security. In this phase, more than 56 lakh voters will decide the fate of 309 candidates. The Election Commission has made all preparations for conducting elections in these seats in a peaceful, fair and transparent manner and about forty thousand election personnel have been deployed for voting. Till 11 am, a total of 29.44 percent polling has been recorded. There is more enthusiasm among voters in rural areas than in urban areas. Voting will be held in five of the 17 seats from 7 am to 5 pm, while the remaining 12 seats will be voted at 3 pm. In this phase, the public will decide the fate of many veterans, including former Chief Minister Babulal Marandi, AJSU supremo Sudesh Mahato, Minister Chandeshwar Prasad Singh. In total 309 candidates, 277 male and 32 female candidates are in the fray. Till 11 am, 27.3 per cent in Koderma, 28 per cent in Barktha, 29.68 per cent in Ramgarh, 34 per cent in Barhi, 32 per cent in Mandu, 26 per cent in Hazaribagh, 26 per cent in Hazaribagh, 32.33 per cent in Simaria, 20.09 per cent in Rajdhanbar, 29.19 per cent in Bermo, 29.13 per cent in Barkagaon, Gomia recorded 33.04 percent, 19.35 percent in Ranchi, 33.44 percent in Ichagarh, 36.12 percent in Silli, 37.65 percent in Khijri, 28.7 percent in Kanke, 23.15 percent in Hatia.
Voting has started in 17 seats, including the capital Ranchi, in the third phase of assembly elections in Jharkhand.
Chief Electoral Officer Vinay Kumar Choubey said that a total of 7016 polling stations have been set up for these 17 seats. A total of 56,18,267 voters will exercise their franchise in these polling stations. These voters include 2937976 male, 2680205 female, 86 third gender and 144153 new voters (18-19 years old). Apart from this, there are 53,516 and 63754 disabled voters above 80 years of age. He said that about 40 thousand polling personnel have been deployed on electoral duty. Polling personnel have been airlifted to polling stations in 96 remote and Naxal-affected areas. Ten polling stations have been relocated due to security reasons. The Chief Electoral Officer said that 309 candidates are in the fray in the third phase. There are 277 male and 32 female candidates among them. Maximum 31 candidates are in the election fray for Ichagarh and minimum 12 for Ranchi and Kanke assembly seats. Apart from this, 17 in Koderma, 20 in Barkatha, 14 in Barhi, 23 in Barkagaon, 25 in Ramgarh, 22 in Mandu, 15 in Hazaribagh, 15 in Simaria, 18 in Dhanwar, 15 in beef, 20 in Bermo, 15 in Silli, There are 14 candidates in Khizri and 22 in Hatia. Additional Director General of Police Murarilal Meena, the nodal officer of the security forces for the elections, said that a large number of paramilitary forces and local security forces, including the Central Reserve Police Force, have been deployed for the third phase as well.
In this phase too, arrangements for a completely peaceful and fair election have been made and according to the preliminary report, polling is going on peacefully in all places. Polling will be held in most seats by 5 pm and in Naxal-affected areas by 3 pm. In the third phase, Urban Development Minister Chandreshwar Prasad Singh from Ranchi, Human Resource Development Minister Neera Yadav from Koderma and Jharkhand Vikas Morcha chief and former Chief Minister Babulal Marandi from Dhanwar seat are trying their luck. At the same time, former Deputy Chief Minister and President of AJSU Sudesh Mahato is trying his luck from Silli assembly constituency. Rajendra Prasad Singh of Congress is facing the sitting BJP MLA Yogeshwar Mahato on Bermo seat. A booth app has been issued to the voters at various booths to convey the actual voting situation. Of the 17 seats in which elections are being held in this phase, two seats are reserved for scheduled castes and one tribal community and the remaining 14 seats are unreserved. In this round of elections, while Jharkhand Vikas Morcha is contesting all 17 seats, BJP is contesting only 16 seats. Vinay Kumar said that now the remaining seats will be voted on December 16 in the fourth phase and on December 20 in the fifth phase. The counting of votes will take place simultaneously on 23 December.
The two factions of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) MLAs do not seem to have a complete solution. Advocate of NCP-Shiv Sena-Congress alliance Abhishek Manu Singhvi has informed the Supreme Court on Sunday that Sharad Pawar has the signature of support of 41 MLAs of his party. The court has not been given any information about the 13 remaining MLAs out of the 54 victorious NCP in the election. Whereas after the NCP meeting held in Mumbai on Saturday evening, Sharad Pawar claimed to return all the MLAs except Ajit Pawar and one-two. On the other hand, Ajit Pawar and BJP are also claiming the support of the same NCP MLAs. Apart from these claims, not clearing the 13 NCP MLAs can prove dangerous for the NCP-Shiv Sena-Congress alliance. If we look at the figures, the NCP’s 13 rebels are found along with 105 BJP MLAs and 29 MLAs of independents and smaller parties, then the count reaches 147. Whereas 145 MLAs are needed to form the government in Maharashtra. That is, Ajit Pawar can live in the game of forming a government with BJP even with only 13 MLAs. On the other hand, Sharad Pawar’s equation can get worse despite the support of 41 MLAs.
The court has not been given any information about the 13 remaining MLAs out of the 54 victorious NCP in the election.
Only the leader of Ajit Legislative Party will survive the government What is the current status of NCP leader Ajit Pawar? Is he still legally the leader of the NCP Legislature Party? This is an important question around which the strategy of BJP and NCP-Congress-Shiv Sena is revolving. If the Supreme Court did not clarify the situation on this, then the role of the speaker will become important in the whole matter. Then the question of government formation in the state will revolve around the Supreme Court for a long time. In fact, after the alleged rebellion of Ajit Pawar, NCP chief Sharad Pawar on Saturday chose the new MLA in place of Ajit, the leader of the legislative party. Ajit Pawar, however, submitted to the Governor the letter of support of the party MLAs when he himself was the leader of the legislature party. In such a situation, the question is whether the future speaker will consider Ajit Pawar as the leader of the legislative party on the basis of the situation before the oath or the selection of a new leader for this post by the NCP on Saturday. This question is important because if Ajit Pawar is considered the leader of the legislative party, then he will have the right to issue whip during the power test.
In such a case, Ajit, in whose favor he will issue instructions to the MLAs, if the NCP MLAs do not accept it, it would be considered a violation of the whip. Apparently in such a situation, political bets will be in the hands of Ajit, who is the BJP’s favorite. However, the NCP says that since the party has informed the Governor of the Legislature Party from afresh, it would be unconstitutional to consider Ajit as the leader of the Legislature Party. Whereas the BJP camp says that since Ajit was the leader of the legislature party during the formation of the government, it would be unconstitutional to accept the sudden change in it. Rebel leaders take the reins of Operation Kamal The party has handed over the reins of Operation Kamal Yojana to four leaders for the date of November 30, given by Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari to the BJP to prove majority in the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly. Two of these leaders have come to the party from Congress and two from NCP. In the current political drama, the BJP has made this plan to cut the Congress-NCP. According to sources, the BJP has started preparations to raise the required figure of 145 in the 288 house. In this, under the Operation Lotus, responsibility has been given to Narayan Rane, Radhakrishna Vikhe Patil, Babanrao Pachpute and Ganesh Naik. Rane-Patil has come to BJP from Congress and Pachpute-Naik has been in NCP earlier. Sources reveal that the four leaders can make a dent in the Congress-NCP strongholds. These parties have kept their leaders in different hotels. Although all parties deny the demolition of MLAs, the political reality is different. The Shiv Sena with 56 MLAs has also been claiming that when the opportunity comes, we will show support from 165 to 170 in the House.
Hearing between Hindu and Muslim parties has been completed in the Ayodhya case prevailing in the Hon’ble Supreme Court in which a decision is expected to be given soon. This episode is extremely sensitive due to its connection with the feelings of common parties. Law and order and communal harmony can be affected due to emotional incitement by the other party in the event of the Supreme Court passing judgment in one side. Due to which danger, peace, security and law and order are present in the district, there is every possibility of loss of human life and public property. Using the powers conferred under Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 by Collector and District Magistrate, Dr. Manju Sharma, other orders will continue to be in force in the entire revenue limit area of District Ashoknagar from 06th November 2019. Keeping in view the public tranquility and protection of human life in the district, under the order issued, firearms and other deadly weapons, lathi, ballam, floor, soda water, glass bottle, bricks, stones, petrol, acid and All other types of flammable substances are allowed to carry along and their performance is prohibited.
This episode is extremely sensitive due to its connection with the feelings of common parties.
No person / social organization or organization shall conduct any protest / picketing, procession, rally, vehicle rally, procession, mass demonstration etc. in the entire revenue boundaries of the district without prior permission from the competent authority. Nor will it harm any kind of public / private / government property. No person shall transmit objectionable messages, provocative images, videos and audio messages through social media such as Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, Twitter and other social media sites etc. nor forward such messages. No person will post offensive and obscene messages related to religious / social / personal / caste or sect on social media.There will not be any kind of mobilization in public places, corporation / mandal or any government office etc. in the entire revenue boundaries of the district. No person shall make any kind of political discussion, commentary, comment etc., nor give provocative speech in religious / social places or other public places. The operators of all hotels, dharamshalas, lodges in the district will ensure that – before handing over the rooms located in their premises to any person, by sending the complete information of the person concerned in the prescribed format and register, send this information to the nearest police station everyday Will do. Also, information of suspicious persons will be noted in the nearest police station and police control room.
All the landlords of the district must submit the complete details of the tenant to the nearest police station before renting their house or any part of it. All hostel directors of the district will mandatorily submit the information of all the students residing in hostels operating in government and private buildings to the concerned police station. All the builders of the district will ensure to submit the information of the workers / artisans engaged in the construction work of the buildings to the concerned police station. No person shall use any type of sound amplifier without the prior permission of the competent authority. No person / institution / organization shall use any kind of religious, political, social etc. category hoardings / advertisements, cutouts etc. without obtaining prior permission of the competent authority. Also, they will not distribute such pumplets which are prone to spoil social harmony. The person / institution / organization violating the order will be prosecuted under Section 188 of the Indian Penal Code as per rules.
The process of forming a new government has started in Maharashtra. Uddhav Thackeray, who became Chief Minister on behalf of Maha Vikas Aghadi, reached Raj Bhavan with his wife on Wednesday morning and met Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari. Uddhav Thackeray will have to prove his majority in the House by 3 December. Uddhav Thackeray is the first Chief Minister of the state, who has won this prestigious seat without contesting elections. Protem Speaker Kalidas Columbkar has administered oath to 288 newly elected MLAs. Former Maharashtra Chief Minister and senior Congress leader Ashok Chavan said, this government will run for five years, it is an auto-tempo government, but it will complete its term. Balasaheb Thorat said, Uddhav Thackeray is the Chief Minister. I do not know whether I will be the deputy CM or not, but I know enough that the Congress will get ministries. It is noteworthy that the Maha Vikas Aghadi alliance formed by joining Shiv Sena, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and Congress has elected Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray as the leader of the legislative party. After being elected the leader of the Maha Vikas Aghadi coalition at Trident Hotel in Mumbai, Uddhav touched Sharad Pawar’s feet there and took his blessings.
The process of forming a new government has started in Maharashtra.
It also said that he will go to Delhi to meet his elder brother (Prime Minister Narendra Modi). After this, MLAs and leaders of ‘Maha Vikas Agadi’ handed over a letter to Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari and declared Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray as their leader.Uddhav Thackeray accused the BJP that he left the Shiv Sena alone when he was not needed. He responded to the allegations of Devendra Fadnavis and said that we have not bowed down to the Congress or Sonia Gandhi, we have embraced him. Shiv Sena chief Uddhav in his address without naming Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that he will go to Delhi and meet his elder brother. Uddhav said that we will again put full emphasis on preparing Maharashtra of Chhatrapati Maharaj’s dreams.It is noteworthy that Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray will take oath as the Chief Minister of Maharashtra on Thursday, November 28. The oath taking ceremony will be held at Shivaji Park in Mumbai. Balasaheb Thorat, President of Maharashtra Pradesh Congress, told that the oath-taking program will be held at 5:30 pm. Shiv Sena spokesman Sanjay Raut said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah will also be invited for the swearing-in ceremony.
Former President Pranab Mukherjee has said that he is not worried about the slowdown in the country’s economy. He said that some things are happening, which are showing an impact on the economy. Mukherjee, who was the finance minister in the UPA government, said that there is a need to infuse capital in public sector banks and there is nothing wrong in this. Addressing a program of the Indian Statistical Institute, Mukherjee said, “I am not worried about the reduction in GDP growth in the country.”
Former President Pranab Mukherjee has said that he is not worried about the slowdown in the country’s economy.
Some things are happening, which are being seen. Regarding the Indian banking system, he said that banks had shown strength during the 2008 economic crisis. She said that I was the finance minister at that time and no bank had approached me for the money. There is a huge need for capital in banks and there is nothing wrong in that. Apart from this, the former President also commented on political issues and said that dialogue is very important in democracy.
In the proceedings of both the Houses of Parliament, Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, the MPs of the opposition parties laid heavy eggs on the political crisis in Maharashtra, amid the huge uproar by the opposition members. About ten minutes after the meeting started at ten o’clock on Monday morning, opposition members started an uproar on the Maharashtra issue. Due to which the proceedings of the Lok Sabha had to be postponed till 12 noon and the Rajya Sabha till two in the afternoon. Even after the action that followed, when the ruckus did not stop and the members shouted to the Marshals, the proceedings of Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha were adjourned till two o’clock on Tuesday. Amid loud slogans and noise, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla somehow started the question hour, and called the name of former Congress President Rahul Gandhi to ask supplementary questions on the hostel of girls and girls belonging to scheduled castes and tribes. Refusing to ask questions to Rahul Gandhi, who arrived in the House for the first time in this session, said that there has been a murder of democracy in Maharashtra, so there is no point in asking my questions.
About ten minutes after the meeting started at ten o’clock on Monday morning, opposition members started an uproar on the Maharashtra issue.
During this, the Congress, Shiv Sena and NCP MPs who were creating a ruckus, reached the Lok Sabha Speaker’s posture carrying posters written Stop Murder of Democracy and created a huge uproar. The Lok Sabha Speaker repeatedly appealed to the members who were creating a ruckus, but had no effect on them. During this time, there was a ruckus between Congress MPs Hibi Eden, DN Pratapan and the marshals who were creating a ruckus. After this, the proceedings of the Lok Sabha were postponed till two o’clock on Tuesday.On the other hand, slogans and ruckus continued by MPs in the Rajya Sabha on the issue of Maharashtra, due to which zero hours and Question Hours could not be held. Due to the uproar of the MPs, the proceedings of the Upper House were first adjourned till two o’clock in the afternoon, but even after the action started after two o’clock, when the ruckus did not stop, Deputy Speaker Harivansh called the Rajya Sabha’s action on Tuesday, 26 November Postponed till 2 pm. Due to the adjournment of the House, many important bills could not be introduced and important issues could not be discussed.
Urban Development and Housing Minister Jayawardhan Singh inspected the Community Health Center at Aron in Guna district. He said that a 100-bed hospital will be built in Aaron. Mr. Singh said that the MLA will provide ambulance and water cooler for the hospital from the fund and will get the dialysis machine from GAIL in CSR fund. Paving blocks will be started to make the city dust-free Minister Shri Singh inaugurated the work of laying paving blocks on both sides of the road to make Aaron a dust-free city.
Urban Development and Housing Minister Jayawardhan Singh inspected the Community Health Center at Aron in Guna district.
79 lakh 80 thousand rupees have been sanctioned for the paving block. He said that 10 parks will be constructed here in the next 5 years. Mr. Singh said that no compromise would be made with quality in construction works. He said that employment oriented training will also be provided to 200 families included in Aaron’s BPL list. Mr. Singh also reviewed various developmental works going on in Aron. Local public representatives were present during this period.
Mumbai for the first time in the politics of Maharashtra, a member from the late Balasaheb Thackeray family is going to become the Chief Minister, due to which the whole effort is being made by the Shiv Sena to make this swearing-in ceremony on Thursday historic. This is the reason why many big leaders are being invited. It also includes chief ministers and opposition leaders of many states. There are more than 70 thousand chairs being set up in Shivaji Park, while there is a discussion of putting more than hundred chairs for the guests on a big stage.
This is the reason why many big leaders are being invited.
Who can get invitation for swearing?
Invitations can also be sent to Raj Thakar, Mamta Banerjee, Arvind Kejriwal, Chandrababu Naidu, Ashok Gehlot, Akhilesh Yadav, former Chief Minister, HD Deve Gowda, former Prime Minister. On the other hand, suspense remains still on the arrival of former Congress President Rahul Gandhi. As there is very little time left for the swearing-in, an invitation is being given to those leaders who can reach Mumbai. Right now NCP chief Sharad Pawar is finalizing the list of guests, after which phone calls will start going. Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut had said that he would also send an invitation to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah for the swearing-in ceremony. However, it is not yet confirmed whether he will be invited by the party. If the invitation goes, are the national level leaders going to join it, it will be watched by everyone. Uddhav Thackeray is about to take oath as the Chief Minister of Maharashtra at 6.40 pm on Thursday. The swearing-in ceremony will take place at Shivaji Park in Mumbai, which means a lot to the Shiv Sena. Many ministers can also take oath with Uddhav. BMC commissioner and officer police officer reached Shivaji Park to prepare for Uddhav Thackeray’s swearing-in ceremony at Shivaji Park. Around 70000 chairs will be installed in Shivaji Park. Apart from this, a 6000 square feet platform will be built on which 100 chairs will be placed. It is being told that 20 LEDs will be installed so that people who do not come inside Shivaji Park. This platform is being built right in front of the Statue of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj in Shivaji Park. This is the place where Shiv Sena performs its big program every year on Dussehra and this tradition has been going on since Bal Thackeray’s time.
Doval’s strategy worked
National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval and his Advisory Council were instrumental in the BJP’s two main agendas, the removal of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir and the maintenance of security and peace after the Ram Temple decision. On both occasions, the Home Ministry worked on the roadmap made by Doval. Taking the precautionary security force out of the barracks in large numbers to the streets and keeping social media and communication medium under control was the mainstay of the entire security system. In addition, the old method of collecting personal ground intelligence instead of relying on technology was effectively adopted by the intelligence system. According to a high-ranking official involved in security matters, in both cases Doval had assured the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) and the Home Ministry about security and peacekeeping. The condition was that in the case of law and order, the trust of the state governments is not to be trusted. According to sources, since constitutionally law and order is a matter of state government, many questions also arose on these methods of Doval. But in the end, this is his out of the box idea.
On both occasions, the Home Ministry worked on the roadmap made by Doval.
Pressure created through security
On the basis of his experience, Doval decided to launch a large number of security forces on the road. He was of the opinion that it had a double psychological effect. The visible presence of the security force brings home a sense of security among the peace loving people and fear of those who create trouble. Significantly, in Jammu and Kashmir, hundreds of companies were stationed at Gali Muhallo even before the announcement of removal of 370. Even before the Supreme Court’s decision on the temple, only 40 companies of paramilitary forces were sent to Ayodhya to fill the roads.
Kept the media under control
Doval believed that if social media and communication media were controlled, 80 percent of the danger would be averted. This was the reason that the entire media in Jammu and Kashmir was destroyed. Later it was gradually relaxed but the situation was being monitored day and night. The National Institute of Technical Research Organization (NTRO) and the Multi Agency Center (MAC), the technical institute of the Intelligence Department, were fully involved in both cases. At least ten new centers were set up to monitor social media in Uttar Pradesh in the Ram Temple decision case. According to the plan, immediately after taking action on any inflammatory post, the police was promoting it on its Twitter and Facebook handle. This model was also adopted in identified sensitive areas of other states. The Home Ministry believes that the scheme worked.