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Politics is being set for the monsoon session of Parliament, opposition will surround the government on these issues

The official announcement regarding the dates of the monsoon session of Parliament was not done, but a political situation has started laying on behalf of the Modi government and the opposition parties. Even before the session, Congress and BJP are face to face with Facebook. Apart from this, the Congress is preparing to surround the government on the martyrdom of 20 soldiers in the ongoing tension with China, especially in Galvan in Ladakh.

After a report in a US newspaper that questioned the fairness of Facebook, the war between the Congress and the BJP is continuing. Meanwhile, Congress MP and Chairman of Parliament's Standing Committee on Information Technology, Shashi Tharoor has given notice of breach of privilege against BJP MP Nishikant Dubey. Tharoor has accused Dubey of making derogatory remarks. In response, Nishikant has given notice of breach of retaliation against Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi and Tharoor.
Tharoor had asked Facebook to send a notice on behalf of the committee. To this Nishikant had said that the chairman of the committee does not have the right to do anything without discussing the agenda with the members. On this, Tharoor said that by saying this, Dubey has reduced the dignity of the committee and parliament.
Giving a counter notice against Rahul and Tharoor, Dubey said that this is the first case when the chairman of the parliamentary committee has given notice of breach of privilege against his fellow member. He justified his notice, saying that Tharoor and Rahul have wrongly accused the BJP. Accusing BJP means blaming all its MPs.

Congress trying to garner support on Galvan
The Congress is trying to unite the opposition in the case of the ongoing tension between India and China and the bloody conflict in Galvan. 20 soldiers were martyred in this conflict. The strategy of the Congress is to prepare a joint strategy by calling a meeting of the opposition parties before the session.

Preparations begin for the session
Meanwhile preparations have started for the monsoon session. Sources say that the session will be of two weeks and may begin by September 10. A number of preparations have been made to maintain social distance during the season due to the Corona epidemic. Under this, the meeting of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha will not only be held at different times. Rather both houses will be used during the meeting.

Big decision of Madhya Pradesh government, NRA merit will get government jobs

After the decision to give government jobs to the youth of Madhya Pradesh, the government led by Shivraj Singh Chauhan has taken another major decision. The state will take advantage of the move of one country-one examination from the central government. Chief Minister Chouhan said on Thursday that the youth of the state, who are selected from the National Recruitment Agency (NRA) of the Center, will not have to take any other entrance examination.

The merit list based on the marks of the NRA examination will provide jobs to the youth of the state. Chauhan said that Madhya Pradesh is the first state to decide to recruit from NRA. With this decision of the state government, the work of the Professional Examination Board will be reduced by less than half.
Shivraj Singh Chauhan tweeted, 'We have taken another unique and revolutionary decision for the welfare of our young sons and daughters. There will be no need to give any separate examination to the youth for state government jobs. They will get government jobs in the state only on the basis of marks obtained in the examination conducted by the NRA.

He further wrote, 'We have already decided that only the youth of the state will be entitled to government jobs in Madhya Pradesh. Now you will also get rid of wasteful expenses and traffic due to repeated examinations. May my children make your life enjoyable and better, that is my priority.

The Chief Minister said, 'Madhya Pradesh is the first state to take an unprecedented decision to give jobs on the basis of marks obtained in the examinations conducted by the NRA. This will make the life of the youth easier, easier. Other states of the country can also give big relief to their sons and daughters by adopting this initiative of Madhya Pradesh.

COVID-19: Antibodies found in 29 per cent people in August serosurvey

New Delhi: Antibodies against COVID-19 infection have been found in 29.1 per cent of people in the latest sero-prevalence survey in the national capital, Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said on Thursday.

Interacting with reporters, he said, 15,000 representative samples were taken in the August 1-7 survey from 11 districts here, and the next exercise will begin from September 1.

The sero-prevalence found in North East district was 29 per cent, South district 27 per cent, South East 33 per cent and New Delhi 24 per cent, Jain said.

There has been an increase of 6 per cent to 50 per cent in prevalence of antibodies among people in various districts compared to the prevalence found in the previous survey, he said.

Sero-prevalence of antibodies found in males was 28.3 per cent, and in females 32.2 per cent in the latest survey, the minister said.

Sero-prevalence of antibodies against COVID-19 found in age group of less than 18 was 34.7 per cent, in 18-50 years 28.5 per cent and 31.2 per cent in 50 years and above, Jain said.

Source: PTI

Tablighi Jamaat: ED conducts multi-city raids over money laundering case

New Delhi: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Wednesday conducted multi-city searches in connection with a money laundering case filed against Tablighi Jamaat leader Maulana Saad Kandhalvi, trusts linked to the Jamaat and others, officials said.

They said various premises in Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, and a few other locations are being raided to collect evidence.

The action is being carried out under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA), the ED said.

The central probe agency had filed a money laundering case in April against Maulana Saad and others after it took cognisance of a Delhi Police complaint against these entities.

The Delhi Police crime branch had on March 31 lodged an FIR against seven people, including the cleric, on a complaint by the station house officer (SHO) of Nizamuddin police station for holding a congregation of Tablighi Jamaat followers in alleged violation of the orders against large gatherings to contain the spread of coronavirus.

Maulana Saad was alleged to have organized the religious gathering in March at Nizamuddin Markaz in violation of the social distancing protocol imposed by the Centre to curb the spread of coronavirus.

The ED later took over the case and is looking at the personal finances and charges of alleged money laundering against Maulana Saad and some other office bearers and associates of the Tablighi Jamaat.

Certain donations received by the Islamic organization from foreign and domestic sources are also under the scanner of the agency.

In an audio message released after the Delhi Police case, Maulana Saad had said he was exercising self-quarantine after several hundred who visited the congregation at Nizamuddin Markaz tested positive for COVID-19.

The police FIR registered against the Tablighi Jamaat event said Delhi Police contacted authorities of Nizamuddin Markaz on March 21 and reminded them of the government order, which prohibited any political or religious gathering of more than 50 people.

It says that despite repeated efforts, the event organizers failed to inform the health department or any other government agency about the huge gathering inside the Markaz and deliberately disobeyed government orders.

More than 25,500 Tablighi members and their contacts have been quarantined in the country after the Centre and the state governments conducted a “mega operation” to identify them, the government had said.

At least 9,000 people participated in the religious congregation in Nizamuddin. Later, many of these traveled to various parts of the country.

Some of the foreign nationals who participated in the congregation have been recently allowed to walk free and return to their countries by local courts on payment of varying fines after they accepted mild charges under the plea bargain process.

However, a number of them could not fly back to their countries due to the pendency of some other police FIRs lodged against them for the same offense.

Source: PTI
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Tabrez Ansari’s wife urges CBI inquiry into her husband’s lynching case

Ranchi: Wife of Tabrez Ansari, after meeting Chief Minister Hemant Soren on Tuesday, has demanded CBI inquiry into her husband’s lynching case.

Ansari, 24, was lynched by a mob in in Seraikela-Kharsawan district in June. He was allegedly thrashed for several hours after being tied with a pole and forced to chant ‘Jai Shri Ram’ and ‘Jai Bajrang Bali’ on June 18, last year, on suspicion of stealing a motorcycle with two other persons in Seraikela and succumbed to his injuries four days later in a hospital on June 22.

“After I met Chief Minister, he has sought a week’s time to look into the demands raised by me in the application. In the application, I have demanded CBI inquiry into the matter, besides a day-to-day hearing by a fast track court into my husband’s case, which is pending in the Court of First Additional District and Session Court of Saraikela,” said wife Shaista Parveen. In addition, I want financial support of Rs 25 lakh along with a state government job, she added.

Parveen further added that when she had met CM Soren six months back, calling her his sister, he had assured her to extent all support to her. She has knocked his door only on the basis of the assurances given to her earlier, she said.

UP: Miscreants abduct 34 passengers on bus

Agra: A passenger bus has been abducted by the miscreants in Agra, Uttar Pradesh. There are 34 persons inside the bus.

As per the details of the report, the bus started it journey from Gurugram of Haryana and was heading towards Madhya Pradesh.

Miscreants posing as employees of finance company asked the driver to stop the bus.

Investigation started
Bablu Kumar, Agra SSP reached the spot. Talking to media person, he said that the criminals are from Shree Ram Finance.

Police is trying to locate the bus.

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SC orders CBI probe into Sushant Singh Rajput case, says FIR registered at Patna was ‘correct’

The wait has finally ended as the Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered CBI investigation into Sushant Singh Rajput death case, thereby bringing cheer to the late actor’s family, friends and several others who have been demanding the same.

The apex court was hearing the row over the complaint filed by Sushant Singh’s father in Bihar against actor Rhea Chakraborty who had asked the court to transfer the FIR from Patna to Mumbai.

The Supreme Court, pronouncing its verdict, observed that the FIR registered at Patna was correct and added that Maharashtra refused the option to challenge the order. It added that the Bihar government is competent to request CBI for probe into the sensational case.

The court further directed the Mumbai Police to hand over all evidence collected so far in the case to CBI.

Home Minister Amit Shah admitted to AIIMS, corona report came negative two days ago

Home Minister Amit Shah was admitted to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS). Recently he was found to be Coronavirus Positive and recently recovered and returned home.


New Delhi. Union Home Minister Amit Shah was admitted to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in the national capital on Tuesday. AIIMS sources informed that Shah was admitted to AIIMS on a mild fever Monday-Tuesday. A team of doctors is supervised by AIIMS director Randeep Guleria. Let me tell you that Shah Corona virus was found positive in the past. Recently their report came negative, since then the Home Minister was in Home isolation.

AIIMS Media and Protocol Division Chairman Dr. Aarti Vij said in a press release that 'Amit Shah had complained of body pain and fatigue for the last 3-4 days. He was found negative in the investigation of Kovid-19. He has been admitted to AIIMS Post Covid Care. He is fine and doing his job from the hospital.

Statement issued by AIIMS


Explain that Union Home Minister Shah, who is undergoing treatment for Kovid-19, said on Friday that his investigation report has come negative. Shah, 55, also said that on the advice of doctors, he would remain in home isolation for the next few days.
Shah had tweeted, 'Today my corona investigation report has come negative. I thank God At this time, I extend my heartfelt gratitude to all those who consoled me and my family by wishing me well for my health. On the advice of doctors, I will live in isolation at home for a few more days. '

On August 2, Shah himself told Twitter that he has been infected with the Corona virus. Shah also thanked the doctors and paramedical staff of Medanta Hospital in Gurugram. He was admitted in this hospital.

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Supreme Court dismisses plea to transfer PM Cares fund to NDRF

Let us know that PM Cares Fund is in the role of a charitable trust. The formation of PM Cares Fund was challenged in a PIL. The Prime Minister is the head of the PM Cares Fund and the government runs it.


New Delhi. The Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed in the Supreme Court regarding the PM Cares Fund has been dismissed. The Supreme Court has said in its decision that there is no need to transfer the money of PM Cares Fund to NDRF. The court said that PM Cares Fund and NDRF are two separate funds, so any person or institution can donate both places.

Let us know that PM Cares Fund is in the role of a charitable trust. The formation of PM Cares Fund was challenged in a PIL. The Prime Minister is the head of the PM Cares Fund and is run by the government. But it will be audited by private company instead of CAG. It will also not come under the right to information. In view of this, the petition has raised objection to the PM Cares Fund and questions have been raised on its transparency.

The petition demanded that the money of this fund be transferred to the NDRF or SDRF already present for this work. Also, there has been an objection to the going of CSR money into this fund. However, after hearing all the arguments, the Supreme Court rejected all the demands.

Today's big news - the country's big government company is going to close, know what will happen to the employees?

The government has completed preparations to shut down the government company Scooters India. First of all, it will be delisted from the stock market (Scooters India). Let's know what the whole plan is ...


New Delhi. Scooters India is preparing to shut down the state-owned Scooters India, the scooter Lambretta Scooter that ruled the hearts of people in the 70s and 90s. According to information received from sources to CNBC Awaaz, the government had earlier planned to sell the entire stake of this company. But no one has shown interest in buying Scooters India. That is why the government can stop it now.

Let us tell you that the government has 93.87 percent stake in Scooters India. On the Bombay Stock Exchange, a 5% upper circuit (when there are only those who buy the shares and there is no seller) in the company's stock has been introduced.

How long will Scooters India be closed? The Ministry of Heavy Industries has prepared a proposal to shut down Scooters India. According to sources, all its land will be sold. Its land will be returned to the Uttar Pradesh government. Machines and plants will also be sold.

What will happen to the employees? - The sources told that the brand of Scooters India will be sold separately. Its entire blueprint has been prepared. The responsibility of selling it will be given to MSTC-Metal Scrap Trading Corporation. This government company will get the money by selling it. It will be used in VRS of employees. It will also be delisted from the stock market before closing.