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JNU’s vandalised Anti-Brahmin slogan trigger row, VC orders probe

The Bharatiya Janata Party’s student wing Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad’s official Twitter account uploaded a Tweet on Twitter which alleged the Left party of the campus to the mind behind the vandalism.

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JNU’s vandalised Anti-Brahmin slogan

On Thursday, Photos surfaced on social media of the vandalized chamber walls of the professors at Jawahar Lal Nehru University in which walls were vandalized with Anti-Brahmin slogans. The photos of the vandalized walls show slogans targeting, as well as threatening the Brahmins. The University authority’s statement condemned the incident and blamed unknown elements behind the defaced walls.

The Vice-Chancellor of JNU, Santishree Pandit, in the statement also informed that a probe has been ordered by the university authorities to look into the situation. The statement read that the Dean, School of International Studies, and the Grievances Committee have been instructed to investigate the incident and to also submit the findings to the VC. The statement also added that the university aligns itself with the ideology of inclusion and equality and the VC also caveated on the zero-tolerance policy.

The images which surfaced on social media had slogans that urged the people from Brahmin Community to go back to Shakhas and also threatened the people from the Brahmin to do as they are told or else there will be bloodshed.

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JNU’s ABVP and Teachers forum allegations

The Bharatiya Janata Party’s student wing Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad’s official Twitter account uploaded a Tweet on Twitter which alleged the Left party of the campus to the mind behind the vandalism. The Tweet added that ABVP condemns the vandalisation of the campus and further added that the left party’s has vandalized the chambers of free-thinking professors to intimidate them.

The Tweet thread also added that Hate has not place on the campus grounds and urged the JNU authorities take actions against the perpetrators.

The JNU’s Teacher’s forum official Twitter account also Tweeted about the same as they wrote in their Tweet launched an attack on the Left-Liberal gang of the campus and alleged them to intimidate the dissenting voices on the campus.

The Tweet by the Teacher’s forum also highlighted that on one end the Left-Liberal aligned people of the campus want to elect representatives that can assert the values of mutual respect and civility and on the other hand such acts are done by them, suggested the Twitter account.

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Gyanvapi mosque: Allahabad High Court rejects Muslim side’s plea against Hindu women’s right to worship plea

A single bench of Justice JJ Munir announced the verdict in the case.

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Gyanvapi mosque: Allahabad High Court rejects Muslim side’s plea against Hindu women’s right to worship plea

On Wednesday, Allahabad High Court rejected the Muslim side’s plea challenging the maintainability of suit filed by Hindu women worshippers in Varanasi Court seeking the right to worship the Hindu idols  inside the Gynavapi mosque, Varanasi.

A single bench of Justice JJ Munir announced the verdict in the case.

A petition was filed by five Hindu women seeking permission for daily worship of the Hindu idols, claimed to be located in the Gyanvapi mosque complex. The Muslim side filed a petition at the Allahabad High Court against the Hindu women’s plea and argued that the hearing on the matter cannot be done under the Place of Worship Act, 1991.

Currently, the women who filed the petition are allowed to worship the deities inside the mosque complex on the fourth day of Chaitra and Vasantik Navratri.

The petition of the Muslim side was file by Anjuman Intezamia Committee that represents in the Gyanvapi-Shringar Gauri case that challenged the Varanasi District Court verdict on maintainability of the Hindu worshipper’s case.

Hindu side advocate in Allahabad High Court Hari Shankar Jain after the Court verdict said that the day is not far when a construction of a grand Shiv Temple will take place, removing the mosque, currently in place.

The Allahabad High Court on July 14, will further hear  a petitition filed by the Uttar Pradesh Sunni Waqf Board and the Gyanvapi mosque management committee that has challenged the maintainability of a suit filed in a Varanasi court that seeks the restoration of a temple at the site where the mosque exists currently.

The High Court rejecting the Muslim side’s plea has now allowed the Varanasi court to hear the Hindu worshippers petition. On July 7, a civil court in Varanasi will hear the plea of the Hindu side.

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WFI chief Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh hits out at protesting wrestlers, tags medal immersion claims as emotional drama

The protesting wrestlers on Tuesday, in a dramatic turn of events gathered at the banks of Ganga in Haridwar to immerse the medals won by them in Ganga as a part of their protest.

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WFI chief Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh hits out at protesting wrestlers, tags medal immersion claims as emotional drama

Amid the allegations on him, Wrestling Federation of India President Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh on Wednesday, attacked the wrestlers protesting, tagging the medal immersion claims as emotional drama and that this would not hang him.

India’s top wrestlers including Olympic medalist Bajrang Punia, Sakshee Mallikh and Asian Games champion Vinesh Phogat have been protesting since January this marking grave allegations of sexual harassment against the WFI President.

Singh said it’s been four months since the wrestlers are protesting demanding to take action against him and hang him for the sexual harassment of female athletes but no action has been taken by the government yet as the protestors have no evidence to prove their allegations.

Singh said the immersion of medals would not hang him and if they(the protesting wrestlers) want so, they should produce the evidence before the police and the Court and if the Court orders him to be hanged, he will happily accept the punishment.

Singh further challenged that if any allegation is proven against him, he will hang himself.

The protesting wrestlers on Tuesday, in a dramatic turn of events gathered at the banks of Ganga in Haridwar to immerse the medals won by them in Ganga as a part of their protest.

Bharat Kisan Union national chief Naresh Tikait jumped in with other leaders of the khap reaching Haridwar to convince the wrestlers to hold off, giving five days ultimatum to the government.

Meanwhile, a mahapanchayat of the farmer leaders and heads and leaders of khaps from Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Delhi, Haryana and Punjab has been organised in UP’s Muzaffarnagar tomorrow.

The central issue of the discussion in the huge meeting would be the wrestlers protest, where future steps of the protest would be discussed.

The wrestlers until May 28 were protesting at Delhi’s Jantar Mantar since April 23 demanding action against Singh for alleged sexual harassment of female athletes.

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Home Minister Amit Shah visits Moreh and other severely violence affected districts in Manipur

Moreh is a town which has been significantly impacted by the ongoing unrest.

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Home Minister Amit Shah visits Moreh and other severely violence affected districts in Manipur

On Wednesday, Union Home Minister Amit Shah visits the Model town of Moreh, located on India-Myanmar border in an effort to restore peace in the violence-hit Manipur as it is witnessing violence for almost a month now that has left over 80 people dead.

Moreh is a town which has been significantly impacted by the ongoing unrest. Shah began his visit to Moreh around 10 am . He will interact with Kuki civil society groups and will access the current security measures in place.

Shah is also expected to visit Kangpokpi district around 1pm, a Kukis dominated area but also is home to many Meitei villages. Kangpokpi is one of the majorly violence affected districts. Reports said, the buildings and religious structures of both the communities have been a point of target in the violence.

Security officials earlier reported, there have been overnight gunfights between insurgents and security forces in Sugnu, Kakching district. Reports also claimed civilian injury during attack in Sagolmang, East of Imphal.

The Home minister arrived Imphal late on Monday night, Shah held a series of meetings with Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh, senior cabinet ministers, top security officers and various leaders from the Meitei community in pursuit of a resolution to the escalating ethnic clashes that broke out since May 3. He also held an all party meeting on Tuesday, which aimed to restore peace in the state.

The visit of the Home Minister is to ensure the peace restoration and bring back normalcy in the law and order situation of Manipur. Shah was accompanied by Home Secretary Ajay Kumar Bhalla and Director of the Intelligence Bureau Tapan Kumar Deka.

In Shah’s meeting key decisions were taken to curb the violence and bring back normalcy such as announcement of a Centre-state equally contributed compensation worth Rs 10 lakh and a job to the kin of those killed in the violence, set-up of dedicated communication channels to counter the dissemination of rumors, improvement in law and order along others.

The hill state has been in trouble since May 3, a clash broke out after a Tribal Solidarity March was organised to protest the Metei community’s demand for Scheduled Tribe(ST) status.

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