Bus Plunges Into River in Jharkhand, Rescue Operation Underway

Giridih, Jharkhand – In a tragic incident, a bus carrying passengers veered off the road and plunged into a river in the Giridih district. The local district administration swiftly initiated a rescue operation to ensure the safety of the passengers. The Giridih Deputy Commissioner has been given explicit instructions to expedite the rescue operation, prioritizing the timely and safe retrieval of passengers.

The mishap occurred earlier today, sending shockwaves through the community and prompting an immediate response from the authorities. The Giridih Deputy Commissioner, along with a team of rescue personnel, including local police, firefighters, and medical professionals, rushed to the scene to coordinate the rescue efforts.

In light of the critical situation, all necessary medical facilities have been mobilized to provide prompt medical attention to the survivors. The Health and Disaster Management Minister of Jharkhand, Banna Gupta, assured the public that the government is taking every possible measure to ensure the well-being of those affected by this unfortunate incident.

As news of the incident spread, concerned citizens and local volunteers also joined forces with the official rescue teams to offer assistance in any way possible. The collaborative efforts of both the authorities and the community reflect a unified determination to save lives and mitigate the impact of the accident.

The exact cause of the bus accident is still under investigation, with authorities working diligently to determine the factors that led to the tragedy. As the rescue operation continues, updates will be provided to keep the public informed about the progress and any additional developments.

The incident serves as a sobering reminder of the importance of road safety measures and the need for continuous vigilance to prevent such accidents. The state government’s immediate response and commitment to the rescue operation underscore their dedication to the welfare of their citizens, even in the face of adversity.

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Clashes Between Tribals and Non-Tribals Escalate Tension in Manipur and Meghalaya

Manipur: The situation in Manipur, a state in India, has become very tense due to fierce clashes between tribals and non-tribals. The violence has now spread to the neighboring state of Meghalaya, where students from the Kuki and Meitei communities of Manipur studying in various colleges and universities in Shillong, the capital of Meghalaya, engaged in a violent clash. The conflict between the student groups of both communities turned into a violent attack last Thursday night, and the police had to intervene and arrest 16 people from the spot.

According to the latest reports, the situation in Meghalaya has become precarious due to the widespread violence in Manipur, and the unrest has spread causing havoc and destruction. The situation in Manipur is fatal with arson and violence making the situation uncontrollable. The authorities have imposed Section 144 and suspended internet services. The governor has even ordered the shooting of protestors on sight.

The repercussions of the clashes have been devastating with five army and Assam Rifles jawans killed in Manipur. Additionally, fourteen pen javans have been kept on standby, and over 9,000 people have been rescued and sheltered from the violence-hit areas.

Although the situation is slowly coming under control, normalcy is far from returning. Protesters have broken into schools and colleges, causing extensive vandalism, while many lanes have been burnt on the side of the road. The Manipur government faces the daunting task of bringing life back on track amidst the agitated populace.

The escalating tension and violence in Manipur and Meghalaya have raised concerns among the public and the government. The situation calls for immediate intervention and resolution to prevent further loss of life and property.

Renowned Indian Politician Sharad Pawar Abruptly Resigns, Leaving Supporters in Shock

Renowned Indian politician and President of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), Sharad Pawar, has abruptly resigned from his position. Pawar, who is considered as one of the senior opposition leaders of the country, had earlier formed a government in Maharashtra by bringing together the Shiv Sena, Congress and NCP. However, the coalition government eventually collapsed without significant progress.

Despite this setback, Pawar has continued to remain in the public eye. However, in a surprising move, he announced his resignation during a public event today. As the decision came unexpectedly, Pawar’s supporters and senior party members struggled to accept it. Upon hearing the news, supporters quickly surrounded him, weeping and pleading with folded hands for him to reconsider his decision. Unfortunately, Pawar remained resolute and did not yield to their pleas, standing firm on his decision to step down.

The sudden resignation of such a prominent political figure has left many questioning the motives behind Pawar’s departure. Despite this, his unwavering resolve suggests that the reasons for his resignation may be more complex than what meets the eye.

Rahul Gandhi refuses to apologize and says “My name is not Savarkar” regarding disqualification.

Rahul Gandhi Launches Scathing Attack on PM Modi Following Disqualification from Parliament

After being disqualified from parliament, Rahul Gandhi, the top opposition leader, launched a blistering attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Mr. Gandhi accused the Prime Minister of being afraid of his next speech and referred to Veer Savarkar when asked why he didn’t apologize for his comments in London and during the defamation trial in which he was convicted.

According to Mr. Gandhi, “I have been disqualified because the Prime Minister is scared of my next speech. I have seen fear in his eyes. That’s why they don’t want me to speak in Parliament.”

When responding to the BJP’s call for an apology, Mr. Gandhi said, “My name is not Savarkar. I am a Gandhi. I won’t apologize.” He also refuted the BJP’s allegations that he had sought the intervention of international forces in the country’s domestic affairs. He clarified that he had asked the Speaker to let him respond on the floor of the House to the accusations made against him regarding his London remarks.

Mr. Gandhi stated, “BJP leaders claimed that I am helping anti-India forces. I told the Speaker that it is my right to respond to these allegations. But he didn’t allow me. I have only one step, and that is to fight for the truth and to defend the democratic nature of this country. Disqualify me for life, jail me for life, I will continue going.”

In response, the BJP doubled down on its attack on Mr. Gandhi, claiming that the Congress was portraying him as a victim for political gain. Former Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said, “He is not the only one. 32 leaders have been disqualified across the country, including six from the BJP. The Congress is trying to project Rahul Gandhi as a victim for electoral gains in Karnataka.”

Mr. Gandhi, the face of the Congress, was convicted of defamation in Gujarat, the home state of PM Modi. As a result, he was disqualified from parliament the following day and sentenced to two years in prison. However, he has yet to appeal the verdict in a higher court.

Despite his disqualification and legal challenges, Mr. Gandhi remains undeterred. He confidently stated, “Do I look worried? I’m excited.”

The origins of the case against Mr. Gandhi can be traced back to a comment he made during a 2019 election rally in Kolar, Karnataka, where he appeared to insinuate that PM Modi is a criminal. Mr. Gandhi had stated, “How come all thieves have Modi as the common surname,” leading to several defamation cases being filed against him across various states.

The BJP interpreted Mr. Gandhi’s statement as a smear campaign against those who share the Modi surname and the OBC community.

Wayanad Lok Sabha seat is now vacant following the disqualification of Rahul Gandhi

The Congress Party has announced plans to hold a solidarity march following the sentencing of party leader Rahul Gandhi to two years imprisonment in a defamation case. Gandhi’s remarks about Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s surname made in 2019 led to his conviction by a Surat court.

However, the repercussions of the verdict extend beyond Gandhi’s personal fate. The Wayanad Lok Sabha constituency, which he represented, was declared vacant after his disqualification from Parliament. The Lok Sabha secretariat issued a notification on Friday, confirming Gandhi’s removal as a member of the Lower House of Parliament following his conviction.

The disqualification means that three seats in the Lok Sabha are now vacant: Jalandhar, Lakshadweep, and Wayanad. The Jalandhar seat became vacant after the passing of Congress member Santokh Singh Chaudhary, while the Lakshadweep seat was vacated after the disqualification of NCP member Mohammad Faizal P P due to his conviction in an attempted murder case.

Gandhi has been an active member of Parliament for nearly two decades, representing the Amethi parliamentary seat in the Lok Sabha from 2004 to 2019, before switching to Wayanad in the 2019 elections. His defeat in Amethi to BJP leader Smriti Irani was a major upset for the Congress Party, making his current predicament all the more difficult for the party.

Delivery Boy Killed by Customer’s Dog, Case Resolved with Rs 5 Lakh

Hyderabad: Mohammed Rizwan, a food delivery boy in Hyderabad, met with a tragic end on January 11 when he was attacked by a German Shepherd dog while delivering food to an apartment in Banjara Hills. Rizwan suffered critical injuries and passed away three days later, leaving his family in a financial crisis. The 23-year-old was the sole breadwinner of his family and had discontinued his education to take care of his ailing father. He used to earn about Rs 500 to Rs 700 a day, working from noon to night for food delivery aggregators like Swiggy and Zomato.

After the incident, the dog owner N. Shobana was booked by the police under various sections of the Indian Penal Code. As Rizwan was filling in for his elder brother on the day of the incident, his family was concerned that they would not receive any compensation from the food delivery aggregator. They opted for an out-of-court settlement with the dog owner for Rs 5 lakh, withdrawing the police case against her.

Rizwan’s family and friends remember him as a jovial boy who was passionate about cricket. His ID with Swiggy was blocked for some reasons, and he was sometimes filling in for his brother. However, since he was not a registered delivery partner with Swiggy, his family is unlikely to receive any assistance from the company. According to Shaik Salauddin, the founder-president of Telangana Gig and Platform Workers’ Union, the family deserved to be paid about Rs 22 lakh by the company as per the Workmen Compensation Act.

Salauddin has been raising his voice for the rights of delivery executives, demanding better wages and improved working conditions. He has also been calling on food aggregators to do away with the time limit for delivery, as it puts pressure on delivery boys to complete their deliveries within the deadline, leading to accidents and violations of traffic rules.

IRCTC scam: ‘Tejashwi Yadav threatening officers and witnesses’

Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav has appeared in Delhi court in connection to IRCTC corruption case. The hearing of this case has started in court. Tejaswi Yadav has submitted his reply to CBI However, the CBI has opposed the clarifications filed by Tejashwi Yadav

The CBI objected to Tejaswi’s statement in the press conference and filed a major complaint. The CBI said that the officers are being threatened to influence the investigation. Tejashwi tried to spoil the image of the agency. The investigating officer involved in the case was attacked not once but twice. Not only that, but the witnesses of the case were also threatened, the CBI said.

“We never tried to arrest Tejashwi”. The CBI told the court that if the investigating officer is repeatedly threatened, his bail should be canceled.

The CBI has requested the court to cancel the bail of Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav in the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) scam case. On this, the court asked Tejashwi Yadav to appear in person before the court on October 18. Today, Tejashwi Yadav appeared in the Rouse Avenue Court in Delhi

Along with Lalu, Tajeswi, many members of his family are involved in this IRCTC corruption case.

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Mulayam Singh Yadav’s health is critical, admitted to Medanta Hospital
Former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and Samajwadi Party (SP) leader Mulayam Singh Yadav is undergoing treatment at Medanta Hospital in Gurugram for a long time. According to a statement issued by the hospital on Monday, he has been admitted to the Critical Care Unit (CCU). Follow all the updates related to this news here.

Bharat Jodo Yatra, Rahul Gandhi will ‘walk’ from Kanyakumari to Kashmir

Bharat Jodo Yatra Rahul Gandhi will ‘walk’ from Kanyakumari to Kashmir. The party workers will mostly travel on foot and travel by vehicle on the highway. During the entire yatra, Rahul Gandhi will stay with the Congress Party workers. The party may also hold large meetings

The Congress party, which is engaged in a struggle to save its existence, is starting its journey to India from September 7. The journey from Kanyakumari to Kashmir will be completed in about five months. During this visit, the party will focus more on the electoral state. The party is eyeing the tour as a nationwide public relations campaign for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.

Kanyakumari to reach Kashmir
In fact, India’s Jodo journey will reach from Kanyakumari to Kashmir through 12 states and two union territories. The party will mostly travel on foot and travel along the highway by vehicle According to a senior party leader, Rahul Gandhi will stay with him for a long time during the pad tour Meanwhile, the party may also hold large meetings at about two dozen locations throughout the trip

Direct communication between leadership and people
The Congress is looking at the Joda India tour as a massive public relations campaign. The team has not taken any big tour in the last few years. In such a situation, there will be direct communication between the leadership of the party and the people through Bharat Jodo Yatra. According to a senior party leader, Rahul Gandhi will cover around 5 to 25 kilometers per day during the journey. He will stay in a tent instead of a hotel

The objective is to understand people’s problems
In addition, the party will hold talks with the local people during each night’s rest The purpose of this discussion is to understand people’s problems with Indian couples So that these issues can be included in the election manifesto Along with this, the party has to improve its image during the journey, strengthen the organization and establish a direct association of the party leadership with the people.

Organizational elections in the last round
The Congress visit comes at a time when the party is in the final stages of organizational elections. By the time the journey begins, the picture of the party’s new president will be clear. Party leaders and workers are demanding Rahul Gandhi to take over the post of President once again. Under such circumstances, Bharat Jodo Yatra will be Rahul Gandhi’s first nationwide public relations campaign as party president.

‘Country to India link travel is essential
Addressing workers at Indira Bhawan, the party headquarters in Thiruvananthapuram, All India Congress Committee general secretary and Kerala in-charge Tariq Anwar said the party should connect with the people and share the ideals of the BJP and the RSS at the recent Udaipur Chintan Shivar. A big program should be organized to counter this

“That’s why we feel that Bharat Jodo is the need of the hour,” Anwar said. This is very necessary because these days disruptive forces are very active and these forces are being protected by the central government. He said that Congress has decided to take out a Padmashri from Kanyakumari to Kashmir. After inaugurating the coordination committee under the Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee regarding the trip to the state, he said that Rahul Gandhi will do the trip.

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