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Watch: BJP MLA slaps toll employee in Bareilly

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Uttar Pradesh, 20 April: Yet again a BJP leader was seen misbehaving with a toll plaza employee. This time in Uttra Pradesh’s Bareilly, a BJP MLA Mahendra Yadav slapped a toll plaza employee and also thrashed him.

Earlier, a BJP MLA threatened toll employees to let 50 car convey pass for free in Rajasthan and this time Saffron party MLA Mahendra Yadav seen misusing his power in Uttar Pradesh.

These shameful incidents shows how the party MLA’s are so fearless and knows how to misuse their position without any fear of law.


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We will approach HC, SC for justice to Lalu, says Tejashwi Yadav

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Patna, Jan 24: The RJD on Wednesday said it will go to the High Court, and if needed approach the apex court, against the special CBI court verdict convicting party chief Lalu Prasad in the third fodder scam case.

“The CBI court’s conviction is neither final nor the last. We will challenge the verdict in the High Court,” Rashtriya Janata Dal leader and Leader of Opposition in the Bihar Assembly Tejashwi Yadav said.

He was speaking after Lalu Prasad along with another former Bihar Chief Minister Jagannath Mishra was convicted by the Special Central Bureau of Investigation court in Ranchi in connection with fraudulent withdrawal of Rs 33.67 crore from the Chaibasa Treasury in 1992-1993.

It was alleged that the Rs 33.67 crore was withdrawn on fake allotment letters. This is the third fodder scam case in which the RJD chief has been convicted.

Tejashwi Yadav, former Deputy Chief Minister and younger son of Lalu Prasad, told media that if needed the party will approach the Supreme Court for justice. “We will go to the apex court for justice to Laluji, who is the people’s hero and icon of social justice.”

Tejashwi Yadav said: “Laluji lives in the hearts of crores of people, not only in Bihar but across the country and abroad. Laluji may be behind the bars after being framed under conspiracy by his rivals, mainly the BJP and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, who is also JD-U president. RJD will go to the people because their decision is bigger than any decision.”

“We all know that BJP has been conspiring against Laluji but we have full confidence in the judiciary, and Laluji will get justice soon,” he added.

Lalu Prasad is currently lodged in a jail in Ranchi after being convicted in a fodder scam case last December.

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20 AAP MLAs case: Delhi HC asks EC not to issue bypoll notification before Jan 29

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New Delhi, Jan 24: Delhi High Court today directed Election Commission not to issue bypoll notification regarding the disqualification of 20 AAP MLAs, till the next hearing which is slated to be held on January 29.

The court issued to notices to all respondents including the Election Commission on a plea filed by 8 disqualified  AAP MLAs.

On January 19, the poll panel sent its recommendation to the President for his assent to disqualify 20 Aam Aadmi party MLAs for holding ‘office of profit’.

Following this, President Ram Nath Kovind disqualified 20 AAP MLAs for holding Office of Profit.

After this the MLAs have challenged the EC’c recommendation in the Delhi High Court.

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Please tell Davos about wealth disparity in India: Rahul to Modi

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New Delhi, Jan 23: As Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the World Economic Forum (WEF) at Davos, Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday in a jibe asked him to inform the top global forum “why one per cent of India’s population gets 73 per cent of its wealth?”.

“Dear PM, welcome to Switzerland! Please tell DAVOS why 1% of India’s population gets 73% of its wealth? I’m attaching a report for your ready reference,” Gandhi tweeted.

Gandhi attached a new survey by international rights group Oxfam in which it is mentioned that India’s richest one per cent garnered as much as 73 per cent of the total wealth generated in the country in 2017.

The report’s findings are in line with those of similar studies including the one published by renowned economists Lucas Chancel and Thomas Piketty last July, and give credence to the theory that the rich have disproportionately benefited from liberalisation while others have been left struggling.

Modi on Tuesday attended the WEF in Davos, Switzerland and gave the opening plenary speech. He is the first Prime Minister from India to participate in a forum meeting in two decades after the then Prime Minister H.D. Deve Gowda in 1997.

He interacted with 120 members of the International Business Council, which is a part of the WEF.

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