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Cop among two killed: A day after news of communal harmony, tension in Bulandshahr, UP

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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Two persons including a police inspector died in violence that flared up in Shyana area of Bulandshahr district in Uttar Pradesh during protests over alleged cow slaughter.

Media reports quoting a senior Uttar Pradesh police officer said the incident took place around a little before 11 noon. The officer said some people had earlier complained about a case of cow slaughter in the forested area near the village. “On this information, the police and executive magistrate reached the spot,” the officer was quoted as saying.

But for some reason, the people started getting agitated over the lack of what they perceived was inadequate police action and started loading the remnants of the animals in their tractors.

The officer, Inspector Subodh Kumar Singh, was killed in firing when the mob, throwing stones, took on the police who had arrived to restore law and order. Another policeman, a constable, is in a serious condition.

The mob of villagers, numbering around 300-400 reached the police station, UP’s additional director general of police Anand Kumar told NDTV. They attacked a police station, setting a police van to fire.

While the situation is tense, a heavy police force has been deployed in the area to restore peace.

A Special Investigation Team has been formed to investigate the cow slaughter and the mob violence, reported NDTV. Security has been bolstered in the area with five companies of Rapid Action Force and six companies of Provincial Armed Constabulary.

“One police inspector has been killed and police is being mobilised to Bulandshahr after clashes in the area,” Civil Lines (Aligarh) police official told indianexpress.com. The killed police officer has been identified as Inspector Subodh Verma, who was injured in the attack and was declared brought dead in the hospital.

According to the District Magistrate, protests in the area began after people found the alleged carcass of a cow in the field and blocked a road in the area. Upon receiving the information the police reached the spot and tried to get the roads open when some unwanted elements started pelting stones and attacked the police party. During the protest, police opened fire to scatter the crowd following which the mob attacked the police station. The mob vandalised the station while setting arson to police vehicles.

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The news follows reports highlighting communal harmony between Hindus and Muslims, seen in opening up a Shiv Mandir to let Muslims offer namaz. There were several celebratory messages and reports about this and tweets like this were seen on social media: “Namaz in Shiv temple Premises. Bulandshahr Hindu Samaj sets an example by allowing Muslims to perform Namaz in Hindu temple as large gathering of Community gathered for Tablighi Ijtima in town”

This apparently did not suit some elements and the present problem was likely a result of this. There were attempts to further inflame communal passions, with posts on social media linking it to a Muslim program of Ijtema and Bulandshahr police had to ask people to desist from spreading hateful propaganda.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_raw_html]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[/vc_raw_html][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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PM Modi inaugurates 3 major space infrastructure projects, announces names of astronauts for Gaganyaan mission

The four pilots have been training at the astronaut training facility in Bengaluru.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi today revealed the names of four pilots preparing for the country’s historic Gaganyaan human space travel program. Group Captain P Balakrishnan Nair, Group Captain Ajit Krishnan, Group Captain Angad Pratap, and Wing Commander S Shukla, are the four pilots who are selected for this mission.

The PM also bestowed astronaut wings to the four astronaut-designates.

PM Modi addressed the people there and said, he is happy that today he got the opportunity to meet these astronauts and present them in front of the country. He also congratulated the astronauts on behalf of the entire country. PM Modi also hailed the astronaut as the pride of the country.

Meanwhile, the PM inaugurated three major infrastructure projects of ISRO valued at 1800 crore during his visit to Vikram Sarabhai Space Center in Kerala on Tuesday. PM Narendra Modi is on a two-day visit to the southern states of Kerala and Tamil Nadu starting Tuesday, February 27.

The projects include the PSLV Integration Facility at the Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota, the new Semi-cryogenics Integrated Engine and stage Test facility at ISRO Propulsion Complex at Mahendragiri, and Trisonic Wind Tunnel at VSSC, Thiruvananthapuram.

Before the inauguration ceremonyISRO chairman S Somanath extended his respects to Prime Minister Narendra Modi during a felicitation ceremony held at the Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC) in Thiruvananthapuram.

The ISRO chairman said, with the support of the honorable Prime Minister, the space sector is undergoing rapid transformation for expansion. He added that the long-term space vision for Amrit Kal had already been announced by the Prime minister. He further added that the vision had been created for Amrit Kal with the space sector as the torch bearer.

After the inauguration ceremony, the Prime Minister is scheduled to address public gatherings in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, and Tiruppur, Tamil Nadu. Additionally, he will participate in the program called Creating the Future – Digital Mobility for Automotive MSME Entrepreneurs in Madurai.

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Rahul Gandhi reacts to Hijab controversy, says what a person wears is their responsibility and nobody should decide what they wear

Rahul Gandhi said what a woman wears is her responsibility and it is her decision. He thought nobody should decide what they wear. His comments came after the Congress government in Karnataka allowed students to wear Hijab during competitive exams in October last year.

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Congress Leader Rahul Gandhi on Monday said that women’s choice of clothing including a hijab should be respected and one should not dictate what a person has to wear. Rahul Gandhi was interacting with female students at the Aligarh Muslim University in Uttar Pradesh during his Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra.

During the interaction a girl mentioned the hijab controversy in Karnataka and asked the Congress leader about his views on the same. He said what a woman wears is her responsibility and it is her decision. He thought nobody should decide what they wear. His comments came after the Congress government in Karnataka allowed students to wear Hijab during competitive exams in October last year.

The issue erupted in Januray 2022 when Muslim students at a government pre-university college in Karnataka’s Udupi were denied entry for wearing hijabs, citing a violation of the college’s uniform policy. The incident has sparked widespread protests and counter-protests across the state.

The then BJP government issued an order that made mandatory for students to wear uniforms in educational institutes. The order banned the wearing of hijabs in these settings. This decision was challenged in court, and on March 15, 2022 the decision was upheld by the Haryana High Court.

The court said wearing a hiujab is not an essential religious practice in Islam and as result it does not fall under the protection of Article 25 of the Indian Constitution, which guarantees the fundamental right to freely practice one’s religion.

In October 2022, The Supreme Court pronounced a split verdict on the petitions challenging The Karnataka High Court order which refused to overturn a ban on hijabs in educational institutions in the state. The Top court’s split verdict means the issue will be revisited by a larger bench for final decision.In December last year, Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah announced that his government will withdraw the order banning hijab in schools and colleges in the state .   

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Rajya Sabha election: Samajwadi Party leader Manoj Kumar Pandey steps down as Chief Whip, voting underway

Samajwadi Party MLA Manoj Kumar Pandey on Tuesday resigned from the post of party chief whip amid the voting for 10 Rajya Sabha seats.

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In the midst of voting for the Rajya Sabha elections, Samajwadi Party leader and MLA Manoj Kumar Pandey resigned from his position as the party’s chief whip in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly on Tuesday.

His resignation from the position was announced barely one day after eight Samajwadi Party MLAs failed to show up for a meeting that the party Chief Akhilesh Yadav had called.

Eight BJP candidates and three Samajwadi Party candidates have applied for the 10 Rajya Sabha seats from Uttar Pradesh as the voting has begun.

The main opposition SP and the ruling BJP both have enough members to send seven and three members to the Rajya Sabha, respectively, without opposition. However, since the BJP is fielding an eighth candidate, a competitive race is expected in one of the seats.

The results will be announced by the end of the day.

The BJP has put up seven other candidates which includes, former Union minister RPN Singh, former MP Chaudhary Tejveer Singh, general secretary of the party’s Uttar Pradesh unit Amarpal Maurya, former state minister Sangeeta Balwant (Bind); former MLA Sadhna Singh, and former Agra mayor Naveen Jain.

Actor-turned-MP Jaya Bachchan, former IAS officer Alok Ranjan, and Dalit activist Ramji Lal Suman are the candidates officially nominated by the Samajwadi Party.

In Uttar Pradesh, a candidate needs around 37 first-preference votes to be elected to the Rajya Sabha.

Voting will end at 4 p.m., and counting will start at 5 p.m.

With 252 and 108 members, respectively, the BJP and the SP have the majority of seats in the 403-member state assembly. The SP’s alliance partner, the Congress, holds two seats.

Thirteen seats are held by the BJP ally Apna Dal (Sonelal), six by the NISHAD Party, nine by the RLD, six by the SBSP, two by Jansatta Dal Loktantrik, and one by the BSP. There are presently four open seats.

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