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Haryana govt refuses to procure paddy from UP farmers

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said he and the government will safeguard the interests of local farmers and will not worry about farmers of other states.

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The Haryana government is said to have refused to procure crops from farmers of other states after the new agriculture bills came into effect as laws that allow farmers to trade across inter-state borders for better prices.

Reports said some 50 farmers from Uttar Pradesh were trying to enter the state to sell non-basmati rice at the government mandis when they were told to return and proceed the next time only after registering on a state government-run portal.

On the other hand, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said he and the government will safeguard the interests of local farmers and will not worry about farmers of other states. In a video being shared widely on social media, Khattar said the state government will ensure the maize and bajra produce of state farmers is completely bought. The state would not let it happen that farmers from other states will gain by selling in our state, the Chief Minister said.

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On September 17, Khattar had praised the farm bills and his refusal of procuring crops in other states came despite the premise of farming legislations hailed in the ruling BJP for promoting barrier-free trade between farmers and buyers.

He accused the Congress for the manner in which they have criticised the three key farm bills saying it was pushed through voice vote in violation of the rules. He also said farmers in Congress-ruled Punjab and Rajasthan  are being forced to sell maize and bajra grown without minimum support price.

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Meanwhile, farmers’ protests continue in Punjab, Haryana and other states of the country. The protesters are demanding the government pass a law to ensure farmers continue to get a minimum support price even if they are selling to private buyers, including powerful corporates.

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Supreme Court issues notice to Centre over petition on population control

Hindu leader Devkinandan Thakur noted that the right to clean air, drinking water, health and livelihood guaranteed under Articles 21 and 21A can’t be secured without effective population control.  

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The Supreme Court on Monday sought the central government’s reply on a petition for population control. The petition was filed by a Mathura-based Hindu leader Devkinandan Thakur Ji. He requested the apex court to direct the central government to ascertain the feasibility of enacting a stringent population control law.    

Thakur Ji argued that a law like this would secure the fundamental rights of citizens as the population explosion has caused injuries to the women of the country.

He noted that the right to clean air, drinking water, health and livelihood guaranteed under Articles 21 and 21A can’t be secured without effective population control.  

He stressed on the impact that repeated child-bearing has on women was seldom highlighted outside niche areas. The incidents of grand multiparty, which is defined as more than four viable births, in developing countries like India was 20% while it was only 2% in developed countries.

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BJP leader and senior advocate Ashwini Upadhyaya also filled a similar petition in the Supreme Court in 2020. He argued that population explosion was more dangerous than bomb explosion and without implementing effective population control measures, Healthy India, Literate India, Prosperous India, Resourceful India, Strong India, Secured India, Sensitive India, Clean India and Corruption and Crime-Free India campaigns won’t succeed.

He challenged an High Court order of September 3, 2020, which said it was for Parliament and the State Legislature to enact laws and not the court. The government clarified that it was against coercing couples into having a certain number of children in a bid to curb the population explosion.   

Former Chief Justice of India M.N. Venkatchaliah recommended on March 31, 2002, that Article 47A should be inserted into the constitution to control population explosion.

Upadhyaya said that the High Court did not take note of a comprehensive discussion of the National Commission to Review the Working of the Constitution which was led by Venkatchaliah.

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Swadesh Conclave: BJP minister says India will become Vishwguru under PM Modi’s leadership

Praising the central government’s schemes, the minister said that Swadeshi (made in India) and Swablambi (self-reliance) were the paths of PM Modi’s Atmnirbhar Bharat.

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Union Minister and senior BJP leader Ashwini Chaubey on Monday said that India will be Vishwguru and take the world forward under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He was addressing Swadesh Conclave at Vigyan Bhavan in New Delhi.

He said that leadership is the key for a nation to become a role model for the rest of the world. The 21st century will be India’s century.

Praising central government schemes, the minister said that Swadeshi (made in India) and Swablambi (self-reliance) were the paths of PM Modi’s Atmnirbhar Bharat.

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Since its beginning, it is covering various aspects of nation-building through open, vibrant, and insightful interaction and panel discussions involving Ministers, domain experts, policymakers, bureaucrats, civil society, and youth.

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Yogi’s bulldozer brings down illegal structure of Shrikant Tyagi

Delhi BJP spokesperson Khemchand Sharma thanked Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Aadityanath for the strict action against self-acclaimed BJP’s Kisan Morcha member and abusive leader Shrikant Tyagi.

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Uttar Pradesh government officials today reached the Grand Omaxe Society of Noida Sector 93 with bulldozers and demolished the illegal structure of BJP leader Shrikant Tyagi. Tyagi’s supporters, who created a ruckus after the incident, were also detained by the Noida Police.  

A spat broke out between Tyagi and a woman of that society over the property issue. The incident took place when the woman objected to the plantation of some trees by Shrikant Tyagi in her housing society. The police said that a Gangster Act had been invoked against Shrikant Tyagi.

A video went viral on social media showing Tyagi hurling abuses and assaulting the woman. On Tuesday, Delhi BJP spokesperson Khemchand Sharma thanked Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Aadityanath for the strict action against self-acclaimed BJP’s Kisan Morcha member and abusive leader Shrikant Tyagi.

Noida District Magistrate Suhas Lalinakere Yathraj said the Noida administration will attach Tyagi’s property.

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The National Commission for Women (NCW) has sought an FIR and arrest of Tyagi. The search operation is on to catch the leader.

Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police (Women Safety) Ankita Sharma Said that Shrikant Tyagi was booked under section 354 of the Indian Panel Code. The panel describes that whoever assaults or uses criminal force on any woman, intending to outrage or knowing it to be likely that he will thereby outrage her modesty shall be punished with imprisonment of two years, with a fine, or with both.

Shrikant Tyagi claims himself as a national executive member of BJP’s Kisan Morcha and national co-coordinator of the Yuva Kisan Samiti. However, the BJP denied the claim of Shrikant Tyagi.

BJP MP and Kisan Morcha chief Rajkumar Chahar said that Shrikant Tyagi was not an executive member of the BJP’s farmer unit. There was no Yuva Committee of Kisan Morcha too. Chahar also demanded his punishment as per the law of the land.

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