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Rahul Gandhi takes Hindi Song to Mock Delhi Smog

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New Delhi, Nov 13: As the national capital Delhi continues to reel under hazardous weather condition, Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi on Monday using an old Bollywood song has found a sarcastic way to question the authorities.

“Sine mein jalan, aankho mein tufaan sa kyon hai… is shahar mein har saksh pareshan sa kyo hai? Kya batenge saheb, sab jaankar anjan kyo hain,” (Why is there burning sensation in lungs and tempest in the eyes…. why is everybody troubled in this city? What to say, sir, why are you pretending to be unaware even after knowing everything?), he tweeted along with news report regarding air pollution.

The song shared by Gandhi is written by Shahryar and is sung by Suresh Wadkar and featured in the Hindi film Gaman (1978) starring Farooq Sheikh, Smita Patil, Nana Patekar.

The hourly graph of the Central Control Room for Air Quality Management recorded PM2.5 and PM10 levels at 478 and 713 micrograms per cubic metre respectively.

While, the  corresponding 24-hour safe standards are 60 and 100 micrograms per cubic metre.

Due to bad weather conditions schools and colleges were also shut in Delhi and NCR till November 12.

Wefornews Bureau 

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Tejashwi slams Centre for not inviting RJD to all- party meeting

The RJD currently has 5 Rajya Sabha MPs apart from 75 MLAs in the Bihar assembly and 6 MLCs.

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Patna: Rashtriya Janata Dal leader Tejashwi Yadav has slammed the Centre for not inviting the RJD to the all-party meeting on the coronavirus vaccine.

Yadav said the Narendra Modi government has called an all-party meeting but has not invited the RJD despite it being the single largest party in Bihar.

“It indicates that the meeting is just a show and nothing else,” he said.

The all-party meeting is currently underway in Delhi chaired by PM Narendra Modi. Sources have said that only those parties were invited for the meeting who have at least 4 to 5 MPs in Parliament.

The RJD currently has 5 Rajya Sabha MPs apart from 75 MLAs in the Bihar assembly and 6 MLCs.

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Priyanka addresses Dalit panchayat in Uttar Pradesh

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Lucknow: Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, on Friday, expressed concern over the increasing atrocities on Dalits in Uttar Pradesh.

Addressing a Dalit panchayat at the party’s state headquarters, through virtual medium, she said that the Yogi Adityanath government was putting Dalits in the dock, instead of addressing their problems, and lauded the efforts being made by the UP Congress in reaching out to the victims.

Referring to incidents in Hathras, Kanpur, Lalitpur, Azamgarh and other districts, she said that even the Chairman of the Congress SC/ST cell was falsely implicated in a criminal case and arrested.

“I have spoken to inmates of Ambedkar hostels and they are apprehensive that the government may close down their hostels. You all should stay united and the Congress will always support you,” she said.

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DMK to hold black flag protest against farm laws on Saturday

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Chennai, Dec 4 : DMK President M.K. Stalin on Friday said that his party will hold a black flag protest against the three farm laws passed by the Central government.

In a letter to party members, he said the protest will be held in solidarity with the farmers protesting against the laws in Delhi.

Stalin said party leaders will hold the black flag protest in all the district headquarters following the Covid-19 safety precautions.

Reacting to the DMK’s protest, Tamil Nadu BJP’s agriculture wing head G.K. Nagaraj said Stalin, who is supporting the protesting middlemen in Delhi, should tell what he has done for the welfare of the farmers.

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