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Kapil Mishra warns of ‘new drama’ by AAP for distraction

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New Delhi, May 13, 2017: On the fourth day of his hunger strike, sacked minister Kapil Mishra today warned that the AAP will resort to “new drama” to distract attention from the “foreign trips controversy”.

“Fourth day of satyagraha – What new drama will be done to distract attention from the question of foreign trips,” Mishra asked in a tweet.

He said: “Thief is demanding to hand over all the evidences to him. Then he would prove himself innocent by becoming a judge, a lawyer and a witness.”

Mishra also tweeted a photo of Mahabharata for Arvind Kejriwal and said: “For all your tricks and traps of lies, I have only this for you in response.”

The scene of Mahabharata shows Lord Krishna rushing towards Bhishma with a chariot wheel (as Arjuna tries to stop him), despite promising that he would not take up arms in the Kurukshetra War.

Bhishma had brought Krishna to this state of rage in keeping with his (Bhishma’s) promise that he would kill in numbers so huge and innumerable that Krishna would lose his cool and take up arms.

Krishna’s action came as his protege Arjun did not put up a very active resistance (against the Kauravas) leading to huge casualties.

The Mahabharata is an epic narrative of the Kurukshetra War and the fates of the Kaurava and the Pandava princes. It casts the good against the evil in a tale full of tricks, traps, betrayals on one side and faith, honesty and brotherhood on the other.

The suspended Aam Aadmi Party leader has been on hunger strike since Wednesday at his official residence, demanding that Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal reveal the source of funding of the foreign trips of five AAP leaders – Sanjay Singh, Ashish Khetan, Satyendar Jain, Raghav Chadhha and Durgesh Pathak – in the last two years.

Mishra was removed as a Delhi minister and later suspended from the AAP after he levelled corruption charges against Kejriwal.

Read More: Kapil Mishra sits on Hunger Strike, writes another open letter to Kejriwal

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Priyanka slams Yogi govt on Bulandshahr incident

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 Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has slammed the Yogi Adityanath government over the Bulandshahr accident in which a US student was killed.

The accident, which took place on Monday, was apparently caused when motorcycle-borne men chased the girl who was on a scooty with her uncle.

In a tweet, Priyanka said, “There is no fear of the law in UP and women are getting increasingly insecure. It appears that the state government does not take incidents of eve teasing seriously.”

She said that a sweeping change was needed and the state government should adopt a zero-tolerance policy towards crime against women.

Earlier in the day, BSP president Mayawati had tweeted, “The promising student Sudiksha Bhati, who was going on a bike with her uncle in Bulandshahr, lost her life due to the eve-teasing, which is extremely sad, embarrassing and very condemnable.

How will daughters progress? The BSP strongly demands that UP government should take strict legal action against the culprits immediately.”

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Sachin Pilot says I am a satisfied man, been given a lot by Congress party

Sachin Pilot expressed hope that the issues will be addressed soon.

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Former Rajasthan Deputy CM Sachin Pilot, whose rebellion against the Congress party plunged the Ashok Gehlot government in a month-long crisis, has returned to the party fold.

After meeting Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi and on being assured by the party that the issues raised by him and his camp of MLAs will be resolved, Sachin Pilot returned to Congress and said he had never hankered for any post and was only raising “ideological issues”.

Congress chief Sonia Gandhi has formed a 3-member panel with Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and KC Venugopal to address the concerns on governance in Rajasthan that were raised by Sachin Pilot and his group of MLAs. Coming out of the meeting with Priyanka Gandhi and other Congress leaders,

Sachin Pilot said he and the other MLAs raised organisational issues, the case of sedition filed by the SOG and governance. Sachin Pilot expressed hope that the issues will be addressed soon. This comes ahead of the Rajasthan assembly session that will begin on August 14.

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Afghan Cabinet still not finalized: Prez Palace

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Kabul, Aug 11 : The Afghan Presidential Palace has said that Abdullah Abdullah, chairman of the High Council for Reconciliation, waas yet to introduce his nominated Ministers for the new Cabinet.

On Monday, the Palace’s deputy spokesman Dawa Khan Menapal said that nominees for Ministers must meet the criteria, so that the President can send them to the National Assembly for a vote of confidence, reports TOLO News.

“As soon as our political partners make a list according to the criteria, the government will send it to the parliament for a vote of confidence,” said Menapal.

On the other hand, Fraidoon Khwazoon, spokesman for Abdullah, said that they have sent their nominee list to the Presidential Palace.

“For our part, the problem is solved and we have sent the list of nominated ministers that is relevant to us and it will be implemented according to the agreement,” he said.

A number of politicians and citizens of the country consider the existence of differences between Ghani and Abdullah as one of the main reasons for the delay with the cabinet.

“The big reason is that these two people do not get along with each other and that is why they do not agree on governors and ministers,” said Abdul Rauf Shapoon, a lawmaker.

In May, a power-sharing agreement was signed between President Ashraf Ghani and Abdullah to end the political deadlock following last year’s presidential election.

Under the agreement signed on Sunday, Ghani remains as President, while Abdullah will head the High Council for National Reconciliation to lead the peace talks with the Taliban.

Abdullah, who served as Chief Executive in the previous government and contested the presidential poll on September 28, 2019, had challenged the outcome of the vote in which the Election Commission declared Ghani as winner.

When the delayed results of the election were finally announced in February, Ghani was again declared President by the Independent Election Commission after earning a slightly higher percentage than Abdullah, reports TOLO News.

But the tensions increased after Ghani and Abdullah, both held inauguration ceremonies on the same day in their adjacent respective palaces, after the latter rejected the outcome.

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