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Gorakhpur tragedy : Opposition demands the resignation of CM and health minister



Baba Raghav Das Medical College Gorakhpur (photo credit indian expres)

Gorakhpur incident in which almost 60 childeren lost their lives has lead to a heating debate over government’s irresponsible attitude. According to some media reports the childeren in Baba Raghav Das Medical College died due to the blockage of oxygen while the government is denying the reason and stating that it happened because of their illness.

However the government has ordered a magisterial enquiry in the case. But the oppsition doesn’t seems to be satisfied with this and hence it is asking for the resignation of the chief minister Yogiaditya nath and the health minister of the state. Leaders from Congress, Samajwadi Party and Bahujan Samaj Party have expressed their condolences for the bereaved families and have called out the state government for its alleged laxity in the tragedy.

Whereas the governent appealed to oppostition parties not to politicise the issue. The deputy chief minister while talking to news agency ANI said that their political rivals were making comments in “haste”. State Health Minister Siddharth Nath Singh also told ANI that Opposition should refrain from politicising the issue.

A congress delegation headed by Ghulam nabi azad visited the hospital to examine the situation where he said “Saddened by children’s death. This happened due to state govt’s carelessness,” “Saddened by children’s death. This happened due to state govt’s carelessness.” he added

Congress leader Manish Tewari said Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath must resign on grounds along with his Health Minister.

Former chief minister and samajwadi party leader Akhilesh yadav has asked for a compensation of20 lakh Rs. for those who lost their childerev in the tragic incident.

The chief minister has also visited the hospital in Gorakhpur hospital which is also known as Yogiadityanath’s bastion.

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Appeal to President to hear our view too, says Sisodia on AAP MLAs’ disqualification



New Delhi, Jan 20: AAP leader Manish Sisodia on Saturday said that the MLAs of his party, who were recommended by the Election Commission for disqualification were never given a chance to speak out their side of story and appealed President Kovind to hear his party’s view too.

While addressing media a day after Election Commission recommended to President Ram Nath Kovind to disqualify 20 MLAs of his party, the  deputy chief minister of Delhi came with this statement.

“There was no hearing, we were not given a chance to explain our stand. We appeal to the President to hear our view too”, he asserted.

Sisodia also informed that MLAs will meet President in this context.


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Cops bar people from wearing black at Amit Shah’s rally in Varanasi



Varanasi, Jan 20: People wearing black clothes were not allowed to participate in a public rally here to be addressed by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.

As per police offical, the move was to prevent any protests from “troublesome elements”.

However, the police did not explain why even media were also halted  from entering the premises.

Shah and Adityanath are in the city to attend an event named ‘Yuva Udghosh’ which is an attempt by the party to connect with 17,000 first time voters.

Angry youngsters stated they found the move objectionable as they were humiliated and barred from attending the event.

More than thirty students have also been detained and barred from attending the event, an official confirmed, news agency IAN reported.

State BJP chief Mahendra Nath Pandey and State Organisational Secretary Sunil Bansal are also made their presence the high-level event.


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Disqualification of 20 AAP MLAs was Jyoti’s gift to PM Modi: AAP



Gopal Rai

New Delhi, Jan 20:  Senior AAP leader Gopal Rai on Saturday said Election Commission’s (EC) decision to disqualify 20 AAP MLAs for holding office of profit, was its chief, A.K. Jyoti’s parting gift to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

While addressing media, Rai also said that the party will launch a campaign against BJP’s decisions to allow FDI in retail and the sealing drive in the national capital.

On Friday, the poll panel recommended President Ram Nath Kovind to disqualify 20 AAP MLAs for holding offices of profit as Parliamentary Secretaries, triggering calls for resignation of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.

The President is bound to act in accordance with the EC’s recommendation.

Rai stated that Jyoti was Principal Secretary in Gujarat when Modi was the state’s Chief Minister and he was Modi’s closest officer, news agency IANS quoted.

“The disqualification of 20 AAP MLAs was his gift to Modi. What is the reason for this gift? Why it has been given? Aam Aadmi Party and the country want to know this,” AAP leader asserted.

“Everyone in the country has only one question on their mind: What was the compulsion for him to take the decision with only two days to retire,” Rai asked.

The leader also rubbished claims that the AAP MLAs were given multiple chances to appear before the poll panel and said that lies were being spread in the media.

Rai said that all notices given by the EC were replied by AAP’s advocates and added that even during the the British rule, people were heard before giving punishments.

Holding out a purported order from the poll panel, Rai stated that the EC had not given a date of hearing for the AAP MLAs, after March 13, 2017.

The Election Commission gave its opinion to the President on a complaint by advocate Prashant Patel, a member of the Hindu Legal Cell, in June 2015, who petitioned then President Pranab Mukherjee alleging illegality in the appointment of Parliamentary Secretaries.

The decision prompted calls by the Congress and BJP — who have been seeking the disqualification — for Kejriwal’s resignation.

Later on Friday, the Delhi High Court rejected to grant interim relief to AAP MLAs against the ]poll panel’s recommendation.


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