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Congress Chintan Shivir: Rahul Gandhi says Congress has lost its connection with public, entire Congress will approach people to strengthen ties

On the third and the final day of the Congress Chintan Shivir in Rajasthan’s Udaipur, former Congress chief Rahul Gandhi accepted that the Congress has lost its connections with the common man and it has to fix this by reaching out to the people.

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Former Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Sunday said that the Congress has lost its connection with the public. Congress needs to go among the people, he said.

Speaking at the Congress’ Chintan Shivir in Rajasthan’s Udaipur, Wayanad MP said not only Rahul Gandhi but the entire Congress will approach people to strengthen the party’s relationship with the people.

Gandhi said the party is not going to get the results without hard work and there is no shortcut to it. This is the only way left with the Congress party, he said. Motivating the Congress workers, he said that this is the DNA of Congress.

We are born from the people and the people have raised us, Gandhi said.

Reiterating ‘India is a union of states’, Gandhi claimed that Congress is the most democratic party in the country. The Congress is attacked because it allows conversations inside the party, he said.

Hitting out at BJP, Gandhi said today unemployment is at its peak in the country because the employment that generates that backbone in the country has been destroyed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP-RSS.

Expressing serious concern over Pegasus, Gandhi said it is not a software, it is a way to silence the political class of the country, a way to strangle political conversation.

In its mega brainstorming session in Rajasthan’s Udaipur, Congress has adopted the one-man-one post rule. The Congress’s leaders discussed the issue of EVM tampering.

Currently, the Congress Election Committee is working on the list of candidates for the Lok Sabha and assembly elections.

Former Maharashtra chief minister Prithviraj Chavan said India will return to paper ballots if the Congress returns to power. The Congress will pass a resolution to stop EVM frauds.

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Panchayat in Haryana’s Manesar calls for economic boycott of Muslim shopkeepers, vendors

Day after Udaipur tailor murder, several right-wing organizations including Bajrang Dal and VHP was held a march to demand stringent punishment for accused Riyaz Attari and Ghous Mohammad

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A panchayat organized by several right wing groups including Bajrang Dal and Vishva Hindu Parishad in Haryana’s Manesar on Sunday called for economic boycott of Muslims shopkeepers and vendors from the markets of their respective villages.

Issuing an ultimatum to the Haryana administration, the panchayat asked the people of Manesar, Dharuhera and Gurgaon to form village-level committees to economically boycott Muslims.

The panchayat members submitted a memorandum to a deputy magistrate stating that illegal immigrants must be evicted. There should be an immediate inquiry against illegal immigrants and those found staying illegally should be evicted, the memorandum mentioned.

In the memorandum, the organizers alleged that Muslims in their areas are involved in religious conversions and strict action should be taken against them who involved in such activities.

Several speakers at the Manesar panchayat called for an economic boycott of Muslim vendors and shopkeepers alleging that many juice shops and salons run by Muslims in Manesar had names of Hindu deities as part of a conspiracy.

Devender Singh, general secretary, VHP Manesar, said that the panchayat was called to raise Hindu society voices against growing religious fundamentalism and jihadist forces that have taken root in the country.

Hindus are being killed while many Rohingya, Bangladeshis and even Pakistanis are illegally staying in Gurgaon and Manesar by hiding their real identities and set up their businesses in various sectors, Singh claimed in his speech.

Giving one week ultimatum to administration to take actions against the culprits, the VHP general secretary said If there is no action, then Hindu society will take action. Another panchayat will be called at a larger scale and the future course of action will be decided, said Singh.

At the end, Singh said that the economic boycott of Muslims is the only solution.

Day after Udaipur tailor’s brutal daylight murder, several right-wing organizations including Bajrang Dal and Vishwa Hindu Parishad was held a march to demand stringent punishment for accused Riyaz Attari and Ghous Mohammad.

In the viral video, the protesters can be heard raising provocative slogans against the Muslim community near Jama Masjid.

Taking suo motu cognizance of incident after videos of the rally went viral on social media, the Gurgaon police has booked the organisers of a protest march for allegedly raising abusive slogans and promoting enmity between communities.

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Is Bihar police incompetent? Tejashwi Yadav slams Centre’s massive security for BJP offices, party MLAs after Agnipath protests in Bihar

Last month, Bihar witnessed massive protests over Agnipath scheme, the Centre’s newly introduced recruitment scheme to recruit 46000 Agniveers in armed forces

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The Rashtriya Janata Dal leader on Saturday slammed the ruling National Democratic Alliance (NDA) in Bihar over Centre’s massive security deployment outside the BJP offices and the party MLAs residence after Agnipath protests and asked is Bihar police incompetent?

In a series of tweets, Yadav alleged that the deployment of central paramilitary forces at BJP offices in Bihar was made without taking the state government into confidence.

The BJP doesn’t have faith in their own double engine government and is staying in a coalition with Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s Janata Dal (United) just for the sake of power. The Bihar government should clarify whether the police is so incompetent so as to warrant deployment of central forces at BJP offices?

Last month, Bihar witnessed massive protests over Agnipath scheme, the Centre’s contract based recruitment scheme to recruit 46000 Agniveers in Indian armed forces in coming years. However, the protests had turned violent in parts of Bihar, following which, the protesters has set trains on fire, vandalized railway stations and attacked BJP leaders’ offices, homes and cars.

The Agnipath protesters have not only attacked the house of Bihar BJP chief Sanjay Jaiswal but also vandalized the residence of Deputy Chief Minister Renu Devi. The protesters also vandalized several BJP offices in NDA-ruling Bihar.

The BJP high command has not convinced with the way Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar handled the situation during the protests.

Earlier on Tuesday, the Punjab Assembly had passed a resolution against the Centre’s Agnipath scheme saying it will destroy the basic fabric of the Indian Army.

Under the Centre’s Agnipath scheme, about 45,000 Agniveers aged between 17.5 to 21 years will be inducted into Indian armed forces for a 4-year tenure, followed by compulsory retirement without gratuity and pension benefits.

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Akhilesh Yadav dissolves all party posts week after bypoll defeats in Rampur, Azamgarh

Akhilesh Yadav’s Samajwadi Party is gearing up for 2024 Lok Sabha elections

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Week after huge bypoll defeats in Samajwadi Party’s stronghold Rampur and Azamgarth, the party chief Akhilesh Yadav on Sunday dissolved all the national, state and district executive bodies including the youth and the women’s wing, with immediate effect.

The Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav, except for the Uttar Pradesh president of the party, with immediate effect dissolved party’s national, state and district executive bodies. National presidents, state presidents, district presidents of all the party’s organizations, including youth and women’s wings, have also been dissolved, the SP said on its Twitter handle.

However, the party’s Uttar Pradesh president Naresh Uttam will continue to remain in his position, the Samajwadi Party said.

No official reason has been confirmed by the party but the poll pundits are looking it as a move to revamp the party after the Lok Sabha bypoll debacle in the party’s bastions Rampur and Azamgarh.

The Samajwadi Party is gearing up for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections and the focus is to strengthen the organization to take on the BJP with full force, a senior party leader said.

In another big setback months after suffering defeat from the rival BJP in 2022 assembly elections, Akhilesh Yadav’s Samajwadi Party has lost both strongholds Azamgarh and Rampur.

In Uttar Pradesh’s Rampur, the BJP candidate Ghanshyam Lodhi won with a margin of over 40,000 votes, while the party nominee Dinesh Lal Yadav Nirahua has won Azamgarh seat.

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