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After elections, chowkidar will go to jail. says Rahul Gandhi

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April 5: Accusing the Narendra Modi government of corruption in Rafale deal, Congress President Rahul Gandhi said that the country’s “chowkidar” would be in jail after elections.

Alleging Modi government’s favouritism towards businessmen like Anil Ambani, Vijay Mallya, Gautam Adani, Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi, Gandhi said, “They ran away with lakhs of crores and Modi refers to them as Bhai. Modi says make me chowkidar, not PM. After elections, there will be an inquiry, the chowkidar will go to jail.”

He was speaking at a rally here for the Congress’s Nagpur and Ramtek nominees, Nana Patole and Kishor Gajbhiye, respectively.

“The Modi government purchased Rafale jets priced at Rs 550 crore each at Rs 1,600 crore. Modi directly dealt with the French government and then Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar had no idea about it. This had been mentioned in documents of Defence Ministry and Parrikar had also said it in so many words,” he said, adding, “Parrikar knew some fraud had taken place in the deal.”

Assuring the people of India of NYAY, Gandhi said, “My eyes are fixed on this goal (giving Rs 72,000 per year to 20 crore poor families in the country) like Arjun had fixed his aim at the fish (in Mahabharata). I will not tell you a lie like depositing Rs 15 lakh in your accounts because falsehood doesn’t last beyond 2-3 months. I wish to work with you for 15-20 years.”

Gandhi said that funds for his party’s ambitious NYAY scheme will come from pockets of “chor” businessmen favoured by “Chowkidar Narendra Modi”.

“They ask where the money will come from. They don’t ask this question when it comes to giving land to Patanjali in Nagpur’s MIHAN project and while giving Rafale offset contracts to Anil Ambani, who had no money and competence to handle the project. ”

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Delhi HC to hear plea seeking SIT probe on violence in North-East Delhi

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New Delhi, Feb 26: Delhi High Court on Wednesday set to hear three matters including setting up of a special investigation team (SIT) to inquire into the incident of violence in North-East Delhi and compensation for those killed and injured in the violence.

Third matter is action against several political leaders for allegedly inciting violence through their hate speeches.
In second matter court to hear a plea of School and students regarding the change the centre of board exams from violence-hit Chandu Nagar (Karawal Nagar) to another.

This petition most likely to get disposed of or get infructious as CBSE has already late evening of Tuesday has postpone the board exam date of more than 80 schools related to violence hit areas of north east delhi.
Thirdly court to hear an another plea also seeking safe passage of injured victims of violence in New Delhi to medical institutions with adequate facilities. Midnight hearing also took place before Justices S. Muralidhar and Anup J. Bhambhani of the Delhi High Court regarding this.

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Death certificate wishes ‘bright future’ to deceased

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Unnao (Uttar Pradesh), Feb 26 Ever heard of someone wishing a ‘bright future’ for the dead? In a bizarre incident in Uttar Pradesh’s Unnao district, a village head issued a death certificate with the wish for an elderly man who had died last month.

The incident took place in the Sirwariya village in Asoha block where an elderly person Laxmi Shankar died after a prolonged illness on January 22.

His son went to the village head Babulal and requested him to issue a death certificate that he needed for some financial transactions.

Babulal not only issued the death certificate, but also ‘wished’ ‘a bright future for the deceased’ on the document.

The village head wrote in the death certificate — “Main inke ujjwal bhavishya ki kaamna karta hoon (I wish him a bright future).”

The letter went viral on the social media on Monday after which the village head apologised for the error and issued a new death certificate.

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CWC meeting held on Delhi violence , statement to be issued soon

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New Delhi, Feb 26 The crucial Congress Working Committee meeting was held at AICC headquarters in the national capital to discuss the social and political implications of the ongoing violence in North-East Delhi and to pay homage to the memory of those killed in rioting .

The CWC is likely to issue a comprehensive statement on the Delhi violence.

The meeting is chaired by interim chief Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi is abroad but the speculationa rae rife that he will be heading the party soon with full active role.

Party leaders observed silence for two minutes as they remembered all those who lost their lives in violent clashes in Delhi since February 23 over the Citizenship Amendment Act.

Randeep Surjewala tweeted: “CWC observes silence in memory of those who have lost their precious lives in #DelhiRiots!”

The party will take out a ‘Sadhbhawna March’ highlighting communal harmony. It will go up to the 30 January Marg where Mahatma Gandhi was martyred.

The Congress on Tuesday appealed for peace and said that every Congress worker will help to maintain peace here, even as the riots toll rose to 17 in four days.

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