Extremists in garb of food providers: BJP's Patra on violence during farmers' protest
Tuesday, 26 January 2021 "Those we had been calling annadata (food providers) for so many days have turned out to be extremists. Don't defame annadata, call an extremist an extremist only," Patra tweeted as a section of protesting farmers broke the agreement with Delhi Police and indulged in hooliganism. Lok Janshakti Party president Chirag Paswan also said that the manner in which a crime was committed under the garb of agitation by some unruly elements, it was not acceptable at any cost.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah assured that 'Bhoomi Putra' of Bengal will only become the Chief Minister of the state if Bharatiya Janata Party comes to power. Shah slammed West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee over calling him 'bahar wala' (outsider).
Union Home Minister and BJP leader Amit Shah promised that political and poll-related violence will end in Bengal after BJP comes to power in West Bengal. "Except for this one incident (Sitalkuchi), elections in West Bengal have been conducted peacefully so far. I promise that after BJP comes to power here political and poll-related violence will end in Bengal," said HM Shah.
Ahead of the fifth phase of West Bengal polls, Union Home Minister and BJP leader Amit Shah held a roadshow in West Bengal’s Santipur on April 11. Social distancing norms were flouted in Shah’s roadshow. Scores of people were seen without masks. The fifth phase of polling is scheduled on April 17.
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Union Home Minister and BJP leader Amit Shah walked towards the crowd after arriving in Nadia on April 11. He opted 'namastey' and waved at them from a distance. Shah also showed them victory sign. He will hold a roadshow in Santipur.
Ahead of the fifth phase of West Bengal polls, Union Home Minister and BJP leader Amit Shah held a roadshow in West Bengal's Santipur on April 11. Social distancing norms were flouted in Shah's roadshow. Score of people were seen without mask. The fifth phase of polling is scheduled on April 17.
Amid skyrocketing cases of COVID-19, Delhi Police launched awareness campaign for general public. Police personnel interacted with people as part of campaign. Residents welcomed police's initiative. Delhi reported over 10,000 cases in a day on April 11.
Delhi Police has arrested one ganja supplier Krishan Jha. Accused Krishan Kha was involved in supplying ganja in various parts of the capital.In the month of February this year, one Shashi Bhushan was arrested with the recovery of illegal ganja weighing around 8 Kg. During interrogation, accused Shashi Bhushan disclosed that he was a carrier and the recovered illegal ganja belonged to Krishan Jha and Vikas. The efforts were made to nab both of them but they evaded their arrest. Hence, Non-bailable warrant against both of them was issued by the Court. After strenuous efforts, the accused was arrested from his hide out in Najafgarh, Delhi. During sustained interrogation, Krishan Jha disclosed that Vikas supplied ganja to him. Further efforts are being made to nab the co-accused Vikas, who is still absconding.
Delhi Police Crime branch apprehended four notorious burglars. The burglars were nabbed after the Crime Branch received a tip-off that some burglars would gather at Siri Fort Road, and might commit a burglary or dacoity in the posh area of Hauz Khas. Acting upon the information, the police team conducted a raid and apprehended all the accused. The accused persons hail from Bangladesh. In the last few years they have settled illegally in many parts of India. Due to lack of education and greed for money they have started committing thefts. The accused committed several crimes across the country. They carried weapons with them. The accused used to reside on a rented room, away from the city. They have committed many burglaries in Faridabad, Jodhpur, Aurangabad, Gulbarga, Wapi, Bangaluru, Pune and Mumbai. Further investigation regarding the case is underway.
In the wake of rising Covid-29 cases, Delhi government on Tuesday imposed night curfew in the national capital from 10 pm to 5 am till April 30. Only essential services will be allowed in that seven-hour window. Delhi police PRO Chinmoy Biswal said that fresh movement passes will be issued for essential services and whoever is willing to apply for it can also visit Delhi Police website. “In wake of rising cases, DDMA decided to impose night curfew from 10pm to 5 am. We will strictly enforce the order issued, except for the exempted category. Delhi Police will issue fresh movement passes for essential services on demand. Those willing to apply for movement pass, can also visit Delhi Police website,” he said. Delhi government's decision to impose night curfew comes after the Capital recorded more than 3,540 new cases on Monday.
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Agitating farmers Wednesday burnt copies of the contentious farm laws to mark the festival of Lohri. One lakh copies of the three agri laws were burnt at the Singhu border alone, said Paramjeet Singh..
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