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Delhi Police issues alert after Hafiz Saeed’s tweet

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Jamat ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed posted a tweet backing  students protesting  against judicial killing of Afzal Guru and Maqbool Bhatt in Jawaharlal Nehru University campus .

The Delhi Police on Friday issued a country-wide alert cautioning people not to get carried away by seditious anti-national rhetoric after a tweet by Pakistan based terrorist Hafeez Saeed asking Islamabad to support JNU students protest against the hanging of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru. Inteligence agencies alerted police about anti-national elements  to create turmoil in the country.

He even created a hashtag #PakStandsWithJNU and asked his “brothers” to trend it.

Pakistani terror suspect Hafiz Saeed, the tweet read, “We request our Pakistani Brothers to trend #SupportJNU for our pro-Pakistani JNUites brothers. #PakStandWithJNU” (sic).

The handle used was @HafeezSaeedJUD, but  the authenticity of the tweet is  yet to be verified .

“Abetment of any kind of anti-national activity is a punishable offence,” a part of the Delhi Police’s warning on Twitter read.

A tweet, purportedly posted from the handle @HafeezSaeedJUD, was referred to by the police.

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Sandalwood drug case: SC grants bail to Ragini Dwivedi

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Ragini was arrested under the NDPS Act by the Crime Branch in Bengaluru and accused of links with an international ring involved in supplying psychedelic drugs at rave parties and other events. She had challenged a Karnataka High Court order rejecting bail on November 3.

Actress Sanjjanaa Galrani was also arrested in the same case and she is currently out on conditional bail.

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UP man complains Mirzapur maligns district, SC notice to Amazon Prime

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The Supreme Court on Thursday issued notice on plea of a Mirzapur resident complaining against the web series Mirzapur and Amazon Prime for maligning the image of his native place in Uttar Pradesh.

“Mirzapur has rich cultural value, but in 2018 Excel Entertainment has launched a web series named Mirzapur of 9 episodes in which they have shown Mirzapur a city of goons and adulteresses,” said the plea.

A bench headed by Chief Justice S.A. Bobde after a brief hearing in the matter issued notice on the plea Centre, Excel Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. and Amazon Prime video.

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Akhilesh questions ‘intention’ behind deferring farm laws

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Samajwadi Party president Akhilesh Yadav has questioned the ‘intentions’ of the Modi government to defer farm laws by one and a half year.

“The BJP government has extended a proposal to defer the implementation of the farm laws for the next one and a half year. The move is illogical and without any rationale. Deferring implementation of the law will not change the consequences that will follow once the law is introduced,” he said.

Akhilesh further said, “By deferring implementation of the law, the BJP government is trying to counter popular public sentiment which is growing in favour of the agitating farmers and against the law makers. The government will eventually implement the laws before the elections in 2024 to benefit the capitalists.”

The SP president has directed the party leaders and workers to dedicate their Republic Day celebrations to farmers who are protesting against the new farm laws. He asked party men to reach the venues where Indian flag will be unfurled at the tehsil level on tractors carrying the Tricolour.

He said that by taking out tractor rallies, the SP workers and leaders will only reassert their support to the agitating farmers.

Akhilesh also attacked the ruling BJP for the delay in clearing cane dues of farmers, increase in power tariff and raids by power department officials on farmers for recovery of power dues.

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