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Raj Thackeray reopened Maharashtra's tension, BJP opened the photo of the stolen photo on IT cell page


Raj Thackeray reopened Maharashtra's tension, BJP opened the photo of the stolen photo on IT cell page

MUMBAI: Raj Thackeray, chief of Maharashtra Navnanghal Sena (MNS), has exposed the "lie" of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his much-awaited IT cell. While highlighting BJP's agenda on poverty alleviation programs by the Modi government, Raj Thackeray has shared a video which is becoming increasingly viral on social media.

Addressing a massive rally in Marathi, Thakre invited a family to the stage and asked his viewers to watch on a big screen, where he showed the screenshot of BJP's promotion page. The Facebook page of which he shared screenshots on the screen, the name of it is 'Modi for New India'. It was written in its caption, "It is not a slogan campaign for Modi to give a better life to the poor. Congress can give slogan to poverty only, but it can not do anything. '

Caption posted while sharing a picture of Modi with family of seven members. It has also been claimed in the photograph, "In the last three years, 7.5 million people came out of poverty." The picture posted by Modi for New India page claimed that the photo of the family used in the Facebook post. It was one of the beneficiaries.

According to Thackeray, BJP's IT cell used his photograph without his knowledge. He also called the family on the platform to highlight the lies of BJP's IT cell, whose photo was shared on the Facebook page of 'Modi for New India'. According to Thackeray, the unclaimed BJP cadre stole that photo from the family's Facebook account and promoted fake publicity for its poverty reduction program. He said that there is no shame to the unavoidable cadre of BJP.

While addressing the crowd, he said, "How false will people preach, people of their unclaimed IT cell These people keep sharing different things on social media. Do not put yourself on authorized items, spread out things. One thing out of that was on our hands. 'Then he shows a screenshot of a Facebook page named' Modi for New India 'on a large screen. After showing a screenshot of the Facebook page, he called the family on the stage whose photo was shown on that page.

He further says, 'This photo is a family photograph drawn in the house, which he shared on social media. His IT cell picked up the photo and spreading the photograph of Modi on it is spreading on social media. The people who are not even shy about them are not ashamed of who are taking photos of whom they are advertising, they are not known. Take them out of the whole 5 years, see. '

Raj Thackeray's video is now increasingly viral on social media. At the same time, social media users are also enjoying this video and are targeting BJP and their IT cell. One user wrote, "Raj Thackeray is showing the right earner of this jamblebare ... it should be exposed in the whole country like this, nothing will happen to the Modi devotees, but people will see the truth."

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Jet Airways staff seeks President Ram Nath Kovind intervention


Jet Airways staff seeks President Ram Nath Kovind intervention

New Delhi: Employees of Jet Airways have written to President Ram Nath Kovind and PM Modi seeking their intervention to recover outstanding dues as well as to expedite the process of emergency funds for the airline, which has shuttered its operations temporarily. Cash-starved Jet Airways, which has around 23,000 employees, has delayed payment of salaries to the employees, including pilots.

Amid uncertainty over the future course of the carrier, two employees’ unions have now written to the President and the Prime Minister. In separate but similarly-worded letters this week, the Society for Welfare of Indian Pilots (SWIP) and Jet Aircraft Maintenance Engineers Welfare Association (JAMEWA) have requested help in clearing outstanding pay dues. “We request you to consider the situation with the urgency it deserves and direct the management of Jet Airways (India) Ltd to expeditiously disburse all outstanding dues to affected employees,” a letter said.




No Congress-AAP pact, Delhi to see triangular contest


No Congress-AAP pact, Delhi to see triangular contest

New Delhi: Delhi is set for a triangular fight with the AAP on Saturday announcing alliance is not possible with the Congress as the latter wants the tie-up to remain confined to the national capital and not extending to Haryana. While the AAP has already declared its list of seven candidates, the Congress is in the process of finalising its candi­da­tes.

The BJP is also yet to come out with its list and is apparently wait­ing for the final denouement of talks between the AAP and the Cong. However, both Congress and BJP are expected to declare their candida­tes by Monday. The Congress was agreeable on a formula according to which the party would have fought 3 of the 7 seats and 4 would have gone to the AAP. However, the AAP was also keen to have an alliance in Haryana which the Congress rejected. The failure of the AAP and the Congress to stitch an alliance could give some advantage to the BJP.




Lok Sabha elections 2019: Hardik Patel slapped at a public meeting in Gujarat


Lok Sabha elections 2019: Hardik Patel slapped at a public meeting in Gujarat

In a shocking incident, on Friday Congress leader Hardik Patel was slapped at a public meeting in Gujarat’. The incident took place in Gujarat’s Surendranagar district during a Jan Aakrosh Sabha.

 
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Congress leader Hardik Patel slapped during a rally in Surendranagar,Gujarat

 
 

 

In the video, it is seen that Hardik Patel was addressing people and out of nowhere a man came up on the stage and slapped Patel. According to reports, the person who slapped Patel on stage was caught but is yet to be identified. 25-year-old Patel, who led the Patidar reservation stir in Gujarat since 2015 and joined the Congress last month, has emerged as a star campaigner for the opposition party and has been crisscrossing the state to address poll rallies.




Sadhvi Pragya stokes controversy, says ‘Hemant Karkare lost his life because I cursed him’


Sadhvi Pragya stokes controversy, says ‘Hemant Karkare lost his life because I cursed him’

Bhopal: Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur, an accused in the 2008 Malegaon blasts case and the BJP candidate against Congress’s Digvijaya Singh in Bhopal, said that former Mumbai Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) Hemant Karkare lost his life because she had cursed him.

“I called Hemant Karkare and asked him to let me go if there is no evidence (against me). He (Karkare) said that he will bring evidence but will not leave me. I told him — You will be ruined,” she said. Karkare was killed along with two other senior police officers while fighting terrorists during the 26/11 attacks in Mumbai in November 2008.

Pragya Thakur is among the seven accused facing trial in Malegaon blast case. Six people were killed and a dozen others were injured after a bomb placed on a motorcycle exploded in Maharashtra’s Malegaon on September 29, 2008. She was arrested in 2008 but was given a clean chit by the National Investigation Agency in 2015 for lack of evidence. However, the trial court refused to let her off, saying it was difficult to accept since her motorcycle was used in the blast.

Thakur has been cleared of charges under the Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act and was granted bail by the Bombay High Court in 2017 but remains an accused under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act. On Wednesday, she formally joined the BJP and will contest against Digvijaya Singh from Bhopal parliamentary constituency. Several opposition leaders have slammed the BJP for fielding a terror accused in the Lok Sabha elections.

“After spending 10 years in jail due to Congress conspiracy, I have come here to fight the political and religious war,” Thakur said after joining the BJP. She is expected to file her nomination from Bhopal on April 23. Bhopal will go to polls on May 12. Counting of votes will take place on May 23.




Lalit Modi to take Rahul Gandhi to UK Court over ‘all Modis are chor’ remark


Lalit Modi to take Rahul Gandhi to UK Court over ‘all Modis are chor’ remark

New Delhi: Former Indian Premier League (IPL) chief operating officer (COO) Lalit Modi on Friday hit out at Congress president Rahul Gandhi over his “all thieves have Modi in their surnames” jibe and said he would take the Congress chief to a court in the United Kingdom.

“The papu @rahulgandhi says “All MODI’s are CHOR’s”. Well he will be taken to court in the UK by Me. But reality is that the world knows 5 decades of daylight looting of India was and is done by none other than the Gandhi family,” Lalit tweeted. “Kaun #chor Kaun #chowkidar – you decide. @RahulGandhi @narendramodi @lalitkmodi” read his second tweet posted along with a video of the alleged scams done by Congress.

 

Gandhi, while addressing an election rally at Kolar on April 13, had said, “I have a question. Why all the thieves have Modi in their names whether be it Nirav Modi, Lalit Modi and Narendra Modi? We don’t know how many more such Modis will come out.” The Congress chief drew flak for this remark from Prime Minister Narendra Modi as well as Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi.

Sushil Modi on Thursday filed a defamation case against Gandhi over his comment in Patna Civil Court. “I have filed a defamation case against Congress president Rahul Gandhi. In an affidavit, I have stated that Rahul had said all people having surname Modi are thieves. His statement has hurt the sentiments of people. Besides, it has also hurt the watchmen in Bihar,” he had told ANI. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Modi said Gandhi maligned the “backward community” he hails from through his remark.

“The Congress and its allies say that all Modis in the society are thieves. The Congress and its allies have not kept any shortcomings in abusing of my backward caste. This time they have crossed the limits and abused the entire backward society,” Modi had said at a rally in Solapur on Wednesday. Lalit, who started the IPL, was ousted as chairman in 2010 as he was accused of financial irregularities. He had fled the country after being charged with money laundering.




Had Lalu Yadav joined hands with BJP he would have been considered ‘ Raja Harishchandra’: Tejashwi Yadav


Had Lalu Yadav joined hands with BJP he would have been considered ‘ Raja Harishchandra’: Tejashwi Yadav

New Delhi: RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav said that if his father Lalu Prasad Yadav had joined hands with BJP, then the alleged “fodder scam” would have been converted into “brotherhood scam” within two minutes.

Taking to Twitter, he said that joining hands with BJP would have given his father the reputation of being “Raja Harishchandra” (considered an epitome of honesty) while asserting that this all could have happened if Lalu Yadav’s DNA would have changed. “Had Lalu Ji joined hands with BJP then he would have been considered as ‘Raja Harishchandra’ of Hindustan. The alleged fodder scam would have converted into brotherhood scam within two minutes if the DNA of Lalu Ji had changed,” tweeted Tejashwi Yadav.

 

अगर लालू जी BJP से हाथ मिला लेते तो वो आज हिंदुस्तान के राजा हरीशचंद्र होते।तथाकथित चारा घोटाला दो मिनट में भाईचारा घोटाला हो जाता अगर लालू जी का DNA बदल जाता।

 
 

 

Meanwhile, in his bid to put rest to all speculations regarding alleged ‘tension’ between him and his elder brother over the distribution of party tickets, Tejashwi went on to meet Tej Pratap Yadav to wish him on his birthday. “There was never a difference at all. We have to fight together against the communal and ‘Manuwadi’ forces. This election will decide the future of the country as it is the fight of ideology. Lalu Yadav was falsely implicated and sent to jail. We have to fight together to save constitution and democracy,” said Tejashwi Yadav.

Tej Pratap Yadav, has floated a new outfit called ‘Lalu Rabri Morcha’ stating he would contest as an independent candidate in the Lok Sabha elections. Tej Pratap Yadav had said that Tejashwi is surrounded by “courtiers” who want to create a rift between the brothers. Bihar voted for its four Parliamentary constituencies on April 11. It will witness polls on April 18, 23, 29 and May 6, 12 and 19 for the remaining out of its 40 parlimentary seats.




FIR lodged against Navjot Singh Sidhu over communal remarks


FIR lodged against Navjot Singh Sidhu over communal remarks

Patna: An FIR was lodged against Congress leader and Punjab minister Navjot Singh Sidhu for violating the model code of conduct by exhorting Muslim voters in a Lok Sabha constituency in Bihar to vote en bloc to defeat Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

According to the office of the Chief Electoral Officer here, the FIR was lodged at Barasoi police station of Katihar district on the basis of a complaint lodged by the Election Commission’s flying squad. SHO Barasoi Chandra Prakash confirmed this. “We have registered an FIR against Sidhu under Section 188 of the Indian Penal Code and Sections 123 (III) and 125 of the Indian Penal Code. Sub-inspector Javed Ahmed has been made the investigating officer,” SHO Barasoi Chandra Prakash told PTI over phone. The CEO’s office said in a statement, “A report has also been sent to the ECI for necessary action.”

Congress leader Navjot Singh warns Muslim voters not to split vote, staying united only way to defeat Modi
Sidhu made the controversial remarks at a public meeting on Monday in Kathihar. He was canvassing for Congress candidate and former Union minister Tariq Anwar. Excerpts of the speech telecast by news channels showed the cricketer-turned-politician urging Muslims to realise that they have a sizeable population in the area and to be wary of Asaduddin Owaisi’s AIMIM, that he dubbed as a party “propped up by the BJP”.

Sidhu asked the Muslim electorate to “vote en bloc” for the Congress candidate. “Modi will be done for. He will go for a six,” the Congress leader was seen telling the audience. His remarks came on the day when the ECI issued notices to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, BSP supremo Mayawati and Samajwadi Party heavyweight Azam Khan, barring them from campaigning for different periods of time.

Earlier, a nine-member delegation of the BJP, led by its state unit vice president Devesh Kumar, had visited the CEO’s office here and submitted a memorandum with the request to take “suo motu cognizance and lodge an FIR” against Sidhu. Sidhu, who has also featured in a number of television comedy shows, was with the BJP till 2016. He joined the Congress ahead of the 2017 Assembly polls in Punjab and was inducted into the state cabinet headed by Chief Minister Amarinder Singh.




Lok Sabha elections 2019: Vasundhara Raje slams Congress, asks what their governments did for 55 years


Lok Sabha elections 2019: Vasundhara Raje slams Congress, asks what their governments did for 55 years

Sikar: Attacking Congress on its tagline ‘Ab Hoga Nyay’, former Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje on Tuesday questioned what the party and its governments were doing for 55 years if they are now talking of ‘Nyay’.

The BJP leader also charged that the previous UPA government was involved in rampant corruption and coal scam and 2G scam took place in their rule. The Congress president is seen hugging an elderly woman in posters these days with the tagline ‘Ab Hoga Nyay’. If they are talking of ‘Nyay’ with promise of 72,000 yearly, then what their government did in 55 years, Raje said at a rally in Sikar.

The former chief minister also targeted the Congress government in the state, saying all developmental works have stopped and there is no progress in any sector. The work of Gaurav path construction has stopped, social security schemes and works have suffered a lot. People are disappointed with the Congress rule in the state, Raje said in the rally in support of party candidate from Sikar Swami Sumedhanand Saraswati.




Lok Sabha elections 2019: Vasundhara Raje slams Congress, asks what their governments did for 55 years


Lok Sabha elections 2019: Vasundhara Raje slams Congress, asks what their governments did for 55 years

Sikar: Attacking Congress on its tagline ‘Ab Hoga Nyay’, former Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje on Tuesday questioned what the party and its governments were doing for 55 years if they are now talking of ‘Nyay’.

The BJP leader also charged that the previous UPA government was involved in rampant corruption and coal scam and 2G scam took place in their rule. The Congress president is seen hugging an elderly woman in posters these days with the tagline ‘Ab Hoga Nyay’. If they are talking of ‘Nyay’ with promise of 72,000 yearly, then what their government did in 55 years, Raje said at a rally in Sikar.

The former chief minister also targeted the Congress government in the state, saying all developmental works have stopped and there is no progress in any sector. The work of Gaurav path construction has stopped, social security schemes and works have suffered a lot. People are disappointed with the Congress rule in the state, Raje said in the rally in support of party candidate from Sikar Swami Sumedhanand Saraswati.




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