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UP Policeman shoves man in front of son, video viral | Watch

The Police officer can also be seen trying to brush away the kid who is trying to stop the officer from hurting his father. The victim and his child can be seen taken away by the police by the end of the video.

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A video has come to light from Uttar Pradesh’s Sitapur where a policeman can be seen misbehaving with a man in front of his son. According to reports, the victim in the video is a teacher. The Policeman in the video was identified as Sushil Kumar, Circle officer of the city police.

In the video, the policeman can be seen shoving and dragging the man with his color as he protests the arbitrary behavior by the police officer. The young child of the man can also be seen fighting the police officer as sees the police’s arbitrary behavior.

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The Police officer can also be seen trying to brush away the kid who is trying to stop the officer from hurting his father. The victim and his child can be seen taken away by the police by the end of the video.

Twitter reaction

After the video went viral, many users came forward to remark on the incident as one user came forward and wrote and highlighted the old age man being subjected to such behavior by the police. The user further added that such behavior by the authorities is indecent and wrong.

Another user added to the conversation and wrote that the Circle officer could have used his mouth instead of his hands. The user further wittily remarked that the power that comes with the uniform should be displayed and used all the time.

Another incident from Uttar Pradesh

Another incident from Uttar Pradesh’s Amethi came to light recently where the students of a district school can be seen forced to fill the water tank by climbing up the school building without the help of a ladder. The video incident is reported to be from Islampur Bada Primary school located in Nagardih Gram Panchayat of Bhadar Block.

In video 2 students can be seen helping each other in filling up the water tank while a school official can be seen passing the bucket of water up to the kids who climbed up the school building.

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Two workers in Tamil Nadu die of asphyxiation while cleaning sewer pit

The reports state the project was almost complete but only the walls of the sewer had to be plastered.

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Two workers in Tamil Nadu die of asphyxiation while cleaning sewer pit

In an incident of manual scavenging, two workers died of suffocation while cleaning an unused sewer pit in a new house in Tamil Nadu. The incident happened in Kondur village in Villupuram on Monday. The police alleged asphyxiation as a preliminary reason for their deaths.

The deceased, identified as 38-year-old G Iyanar and 35-year-old K Manikandan, hailed from Paakam village. The two were engaged in constructing a house attached to a grocery store near the Kandamangalam area. The reports state the project was almost complete, but only the walls of the sewer had to be plastered.

Locals state that Iyanar and Manikandan were working in the sewer pit when they died on the spot. After receiving information about the incident, the police rushed to the scene.

Superintendent of Police N Sreenatha said the sewer had not yet been used. The men may have suffocated due to a lack of air circulation or due to a leakage of toxic gases from nearby sewers. The police have sent their body for an autopsy at the Mundiyambakkam Government Medical College and Hospital.

According to Sreenatha, an investigation into this matter is underway, and a case will be filed against the house owner Sekar (50) after that.

This is not the first case of asphyxiation death while cleaning a sewer. Earlier in October, four sanitation workers died of suffocation after inhaling toxic gases while cleaning the underground sewer of a Faridabad hospital.

The reports state they had entered the manhole without any safety equipment to clean it. During this, they suffocated after inhaling poisonous gases and fell unconscious.

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COVID-19: India dips to lowest tally since April 2020, active cases also decrease

The Central Government has refused to take any responsibility regarding the alleged deaths due to Corona vaccination.

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COVID-19: India dips to lowest tally since April 2020, active cases also decrease

The news of relief has come to light in the country today regarding Corona infection. India touched to the lowest numbers of Covid-19 cases after April 2020. The lowest number of corona cases have been reported today.

According to the data released by the Ministry of Health on Tuesday i.e. November 29, only 215 new cases of corona have been reported in the last 24 hours. At the same time, a patient also died during this period. Apart from this, the number of active patients in the country has come down to 4,982. However, total 5,30,615 people have died since the beginning of the pandemic.

Recovery rate rises to 98.80 percent

According to the ministry of Health, active cases in the country are now only 0.01 percent of the total infections, while the recovery rate has increased to 98.80 percent. A decrease of 141 has been registered in active cases in a span of 24 hours. The number of people who recovered from the disease has increased to 4,41,36,471, while the death rate was recorded at 1.19 percent.

We are not responsible for the death due to Corona vaccine: Government of India

The Central Government has refused to take any responsibility regarding the alleged deaths due to Corona vaccination. In an affidavit filed in the Supreme Court, the Center said that it has full sympathy for the deceased and their families, but cannot be held responsible for the pandemic or for any kind of adverse effect of the vaccine.

Indians need to be alert as Covid cases rapidly increased in China

An alert has also been issued in India as 40,000 cases are reported daily in the neighboring country of China. Moreover, Indians traveling to Port Blair in Andaman-Nicobar Island or Leh in Ladakh next month on Christmas or New Year will have to carry the RT-PCR test report.

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Madhya Pradesh school principal claims BR Ambedkar didn’t write Constitution | Watch

Although it is true that the constitution was, in the literal sense, written by the famous Indian calligrapher Prem Behari Narai Raizada, however, the conceptualisation and brain behind the origin of the constitution were Dr. Ambedkar led drafting committee.

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A video from Madhya Pradesh’s Raisen has come to the fore where a school principal of Navodaya Vidyalaya can be heard claiming that BR Ambedkar didn’t write the constitution while addressing the assembly of students of his school. The principal has been identified as Jitendra Mishra of Navodaya Vidyalaya.

In the video, the Principal can be seen addressing the student reportedly on Constitution day and imparting his knowledge about the origin story of the constitution. Later in the video, the principal can be heard asking his students about who wrote the constitution after which the student can be heard replying with Dr. B.R. Ambedkar’s name.

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The principal then went on to say that the saying that Dr. Ambedkar wrote the constitution is wrong and also added that Dr. Ambedkar didn’t even write one line in the constitution. The man then replaces the name of Ambedkar as the father of the constitution and said that the constitution was written by Prem Behari Narain Raizada.

Although it is true that the constitution was, in the literal sense, written by the famous Indian calligrapher Prem Behari Narai Raizada, however, the conceptualisation and brain behind the origin of the constitution were Dr. Ambedkar led drafting committee.

Twitter reaction

After the video went viral, many users came forward to remark on the incident as one user came forward and wrote that now history can neither be suppressed nor changed despite how hard these people try, implying that there is an attempt and rewriting history and discrediting certain people.

Another user added to the conversation and trenchantly targeted the principal by stating that his thinking reeks of Manusmriti, a book that talks about practicing casteism and more. The user also urged that the authorities should be penalised for his remark.

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