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Kejriwal urges Modi to do positive politics

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New Delhi, June 11: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to do positive politics as people do not appreciate of negative politics.

“The CBI is calling and abusing our officials. They are called for questioning and were being made to sit for hours,” Kejriwal said.

He accused the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Lt Governor of using the Central Bureau of Investigation and Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) against the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP).

“The CBI is reporting to (BJP President Amit) Shah and Modi,” the Chief Minister alleged.

“lnstead of working on earlier cases, we are being dragged in newer ones. There are 14 cases already with the ACB and CBI. We want to see the status of these cases.

“They are conducting raids in my house and also in the houses of my other ministers. They are not able to arrest us as they know we are honest. All this is done to defame us.

“The main intention is to stop our work,” Kejriwal said.

“The Prime Minister is like a father figure to the nation. He should protect the people, not create troubles. If we are trying to open 1,000 Mohalla clinics in Delhi, he should open 10,000 throughout the country. People will be happy and will praise him,” the Chief Minister added.

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Karnataka CM’s daughter too tests Covid positive

“Both (father and daughter) are asymptomatic. They tested positive due to mild symptoms of the disease,” added the official.

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Bengaluru, Aug 3 : After Karnataka Chief Minister B.S. Yediyurappa tested Covid positive on Sunday night, his youngest daughter B.Y. Padmavati was found to have been infected with the disease, an official said on Monday.

“As Padmavati’s sample result turned positive, she has also been admitted to the privately-run Manipal Hospital where Yediyurappa is under treatment for the virus,” an official of the Chief Minister’s Office told IANS here.

Yediyurappa, 78, has five children, including two sons and three daughters.

“Though the Chief Minister’s eldest son B.Y.Vijayendra, who also stays with him in the official residence, tested negative, he has been advised to be in isolation at home,” said the official.

In a tweet, Vijayendra said as a precaution, he will be in home quarantine for a week.

“My father (Yediyurappa) is doing fine and under observation of doctors who said there is no need to worry,” tweeted Vijayendra.

According to the hospital’s health bulletin, Yediyurappa is doing well and is clinically stable.

“Yediyurappa has been admitted to our hospital on Sunday night for observation. He is clinically stable and is monitored by a team of doctors,” said the bulletin.

The hospital has allowed Yediyurappa and his daughter to have food from home.

“Both (father and daughter) are asymptomatic. They tested positive due to mild symptoms of the disease,” added the official.

The Chief Minister’s other family members and relatives who have been in contact with him were also advised to go into quarantine.

The Chief Minister’s official and personal staff, including cook, servants and drivers has been advised to be in isolation for a week.

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Karnataka CM Yediyurappa tests Covid positive

In a tweet in Kannada, the 78-year-old Yediyurappa said he was fine but got admitted to a hospital as a precaution on the advice of doctors.

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Bengaluru, Aug 3 (IANS) Karnataka Chief Minister B.S. Yediyurappa has tested positive for coronavirus and has been admitted to a private hospital, an official said on Sunday night.

“The Chief Minister took a test after feeling unwell. As the test was positive, he has been admitted in a private hospital on the recommendation of doctors,” the official told IANS here.

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In a tweet in Kannada later, the 78-year-old Yediyurappa said he was fine but got admitted to a hospital as a precaution on the advice of doctors.

“I request those who have come in contact with me recently to be observant and exercise self-quarantine,” he said.

State Medical Education Minister K. Sudhakar, who is in-charge of Covid care in the southern state, confirmed that Yediyurappa tested positive for the infection.

“I pray that he (Yediyurappa) will heal soon, as prayers of the people are with him. He will soon recover and return to work,” tweeted Sudhakar in Kannada.

The chief minister has been at home in the official residence since Friday due to three government holidays since July 31 to Sunday.

“On July 31, the chief minister, however, met state Governor Vajubhai Vala at Raj Bhavan in the city centre along with state home minister Basavaraj Bommai. Later, National Education Policy draft committee chairman K. Kasturirangan called on him at his residence,” the official recalled.

Yediyurappa also inaugurated on Friday the new building of the Karnataka State Electronics Development Corporation Ltd (Keonics) for housing incubation, warehousing and start-ups in the city, where he came in contact with many people though he wore mask and maintained physical distance.

State Deputy Chief Minister C.N. Ashwath Narayan and other officials accompanied him for the function.

On July 30, the chief minister flagged off the tunnel boring machine for the second phase of the metro rail project in the city centre, where people were present in large numbers.

The septuagenarian leader completed one year as chief minister on July 26 after the ruling BJP returned to power on July 26, 2019.

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UPA could not surmount ‘sinister conspiracies of Shakunis’: Manish Tewari

Tewari hinted that the sinister campaign was 2G and coal block allocation issue in which BJP alleged corruption citing CAG reports, which led to the defeat of UPA in 2014 polls.

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New Delhi, Aug 2 : Amid a debate within the Congress about its performance during 10 years of UPA rule over Rajya Sabha members close to Rahul Gandhi have asked for introspection, former Union minister Manish Tewari on Sunday again defended interim party chief Sonia Gandhi and ex-Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and attacked the BJP and termed it as “Shakuni”.

Tewari who is in his constituency of Anandpur Sahib said in a tweet, “Unfortunately UPA could not surmount sinister conspiracies against it for it was/is led by two genteel & decent souls SG & MMS in a world where Shakunis populate/d the adversary space.”

When IANS contacted Tewari about his “Shakuni” comment he said BJP led the sinister campaign against the then UPA government.

Tewari hinted that the sinister campaign was 2G and coal block allocation issue in which BJP alleged corruption citing CAG reports, which led to the defeat of UPA in 2014 polls.

Tewari said that achievement of the UPA government can be seen in the PMO archives and the government has done a lot in RTI, RTE, MNREGA, Food Security and other developmental work.

The spat within the Congress was sparked after a meeting of Rajya Sabha MPs chaired by Sonia Gandhi where Rajiv Satav raised the issue of intersection which was countered by the veterans, sources said.

Even as the veterans against Team Rahul war within the Congress is out in the open, former Union minister Shashi Tharoor, Tewari and Milind Deora, rallied behind Manmohan Singh, saying the UPA’s transformative 10 years were distorted and traduced by a motivated and malicious narrative.

Anand Sharma, Tharoor, Tewari and former Mumbai Congress chief Deora – all ministers in Singh’s Cabinet at one point – defended the former Prime Minister, tagging criticism of him as “ill-informed” and part of a “motivated and malicious narrative”.

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