A scuffle broke out between protesting farmers and officials of Uttarakhand Police on Haridwar-Dehradun Road in Lachhiwala on Jan 23 after the latter tried to stop them from marching towards the Raj Bhavan.
Farmers in several states, mainly from Punjab and Haryana, are protesting against the three agricultural laws for nearly two months.
Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat held meeting with ITBP, NDRF, SDRF, Uttarakhand Police and other agencies. The meeting took place in Uttarakhand's Chamoli district on February 08. A flash flood triggered due to glacier burst on February 07 in Chamoli. While speaking to ANI, CM Rawat said, "All four forces are working in coordination. Rescue operation is underway."
While speaking to media in Panchkula on March 04, Deputy Chief Minister of Haryana, Dushyant Chautala spoke on 'love jihad' law. Chautala said, "If the law will be to check on forceful religious conversions, our party will definitely support it. If the law will be presented with a specific term like 'love jihad', then we will discuss it."
An architect in Punjab’s Bathinda has built a vehicle inspired by the Rafale. The jet-shaped vehicle can run at a speed of 15 to 20 kmph. The vehicle, that cost ₹ 3 lakhs to build, is painted light blue and has no roof. The vehicle has side view mirrors and is also equipped with a windshield. The architect of the vehicle, Rampal Behaniwal, said that he first had the idea when he saw the Rafale jets land in India and added that the vehicle will be displayed soon at a cultural park. Watch the full video for all the details.
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An architect from Punjab's Bathinda designed a vehicle inspired by Rafale. The jet-shaped vehicle runs at 15-20km/h speed in Bathinda's Rama Mandi. "This (vehicle) cost me about Rs 3 lakh and will be displayed in my (soon to be launched) cultural park for people, who can't afford flying so that they can fulfil their dream in some or the other way. Its name 'Punjab Rafale' is inspired from Rafale (jets)," said Rampal Behaniwal, Architect.
Uttarakhand: People pelted stones after police tried to stop protesters at a barrier in Diwali Khal area.
They were going to hold protest demonstration demanding the expansion of 19-km road from Ghat..