Union Minister Prakash Javadekar demanded apology from few political leaders after Batla house verdict. Javadekar demanded apology from Sonia Gandhi, Arvind Kejriwal and Mamata Banerjee. "Sonia Ji, Arvind Kejriwal, Mamata Banerjee and Digvijaya Singh had raised questions on the police action. And, in a way, they sided with the terrorists. I demand that they should apologise to the nation," Javadekar said. A Delhi court ordered death penalty to Ariz Khan in Batla house encounter. The court imposed a fine of Rs 11 lakh in its order on March 15. The court called the case as ‘rarest of rare case’. Ariz was convicted on March 8 for murder of a Delhi police inspector. The court held Ariz guilty of murder in 2008 Balta house encounter. Ariz was arrested by special cell in February 2018. Watch the full video for more.
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Madhya Pradesh Assembly's pro-tem Speaker hit out at the Indian National Congress party in general and Digvijaya Singh in particular over the rechristening of Hoshangabad. After Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan announced that Hoshangabad would be renamed Narmadapuram, ex-CM Digvijaya Singh asked whether the move would end unemployment and poverty. Pro-tem Speaker Rameshwar Sharma said that Hoshang Shah was a robber, and if Congress has problems then Rahul Gandhi and Digvijaya can change their names. Watch the full video for more.
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Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha Protem Speaker Rameshwar Sharma slammed congress leader Digvijaya Singh over his 'garibi' remark on CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan's decision of renaming Hoshangabad city's name. "Renaming hoshangabad's name will give a sense of culture and power," said Sharma. He said, "Who was Hoshang Shah? Will you teach history of robber or of Narmada? Change your name to Yunis, rename 'Pappu bhaiya' to Isamil. It'll tell you what happens when you rename". Supporting MP Government's decision, Sharma said that renaming city's name shows its culture and tradition.
Gwalior witnessed weekend lockdown on April 11 to contain the pandemic. People remained indoors, streets were deserted, and shops were closed. Due to surge in COVID-19 cases in Madhya Pradesh, administration imposed weekend lockdown. However, shops related to essential items are allowed to run.
Prison inmates at the Gwalior central jail in Madhya Pradesh received their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine on April 5. The inoculation drive was organised by jail and district authorities. Inmates were seen lining up to take the jab. Those aged 45 years and above are eligible for the vaccine in India. Madhya Pradesh saw over 3,100 new infections on April 4. Over 10 deaths were reported in a span of 24 hours. Watch the full video for more.
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A Covid-19 vaccination camp was organised for the inmates at Gwalior's Central Jail in Madhya Pradesh. The prisoners were given the first shot of Covid-19 vaccine during the camp. The vaccination drive took place within the jail premises in collaboration with the district administration. So far, 44 prisoners have been vaccinated against the COVID-19.