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In surprise move, Ashok Gehlot invites Gautam Adani to Invest Rajasthan Summit

Amit Malviya wrote on Twitter that it was another sign of revolt and brewing discontent against the Gandhis. He was given a seat right next to the CM. This was an open message to Rahul Gandhi, who doesn’t tire of berating Adani-Ambani, to back off.

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Amid a political fight for the president post in Congress, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot today invited famous businessman and Adani Group chairman Gautam Adani to Invest Rajasthan Summit in Jaipur. The BJP called it a sign of revolt within the party.

Senior BJP leader Amit Malviya wrote on Twitter that it was another sign of revolt and brewing discontent against the Gandhis. Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot invited Gautam Adani to the investor summit. He was given a seat right next to the CM. This was an open message to Rahul Gandhi, who doesn’t tire of berating Adani-Ambani, to back off.

Addressing the investment summit, Gautam Adani said that the Adani Group invested over Rs 35,000 crore across multiple industrial sectors in Rajasthan. Continuing their investment in the renewable business, another 10,000 MW with an investment of Rs 50,000 crore was under implementation.

Gautam Adani also promised that they would give full cooperation in the construction of a cricket stadium in Udaipur. They also discussed which districts in the state did not have a medical college, and how they could help the state in this direction

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He further said that combining all ongoing and future investments, they anticipated investing an additional Rs 65,000 Crore in Rajasthan over the next five to seven years and creating over 40,000 direct and indirect jobs.

Nearly three weeks ago, 82 Congress MLAs sent resignations to the governor. Reports said that they were pro-Gehlot MLAs and did not want to support Sachin Pilot as the next Rajasthan CM. However, Gehlot denied these allegations.

The Rajasthan CM also made a separate argument for the next Congress president. Supporting senior Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge, he said that Mallikarjun Kharge has the experience to strengthen the Congress and would emerge as a clear winner in the party’s presidential poll. He further said that Shashi Tharoor was from the elite class.

Ashok Gehlot argued that Shashi Tharoor was from the elite class but the kind of experience which was needed to strengthen the party at booth, block and district levels, was with Kharge and could not be compared to Shashi Tharoor. Therefore, it would naturally be a one-sided contest for Kharge.

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Himachal Pradesh CM race: Pratibha Singh reaches Congress office to attend MLA meeting

On getting a clear majority in the assembly elections, Bhupesh Baghel, Bhupendra Singh Hooda and Rajeev Shukla have been entrusted with the responsibility of selecting the Chief Minister and forming the government in the state on behalf of the Congress high command.

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Himachal Pradesh CM race: Pratibha Singh reaches Congress office to attend MLA meeting

The confusion on next Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh is still on. However, slogans to make Himachal Pradesh Congress President Pratibha Singh the Chief Minister have echoed a lot in capital Shimla on Friday. The supporters of Pratibha Singh created a lot of ruckus by standing in front of the vehicles of the election observers at Chaura Maidan.

On the other hand, Himachal Pradesh Congress chief Pratibha Virbhadra Singh reached the Congress headquarters in Shimla for the Legislature Party meeting. Congress Himachal Pradesh in-charge Rajeev Shukla said that no series of meetings is being organized. The arrival of all the MLAs is awaited for the CLP meeting where a resolution will be passed, and the final decision will be taken by the party high command.

On Friday afternoon, when election observers Bhupesh Baghel, Bhupendra Singh Hooda and Rajeev Shukla left the hotel at Chaura Maidan and moved towards Raj Bhavan, Pratibha’s supporters stood in front of their vehicles.

Hundreds of supporters raised slogans at the Congress headquarters, Rajiv Bhawan and Holly Lodge, demanding that Pratibha should be made the new Chief Minister of Himachal. Police had to intervene to control the supporters. The situation at Chaura Maidan became tense for quite some time.

Moreover, due to the meeting of MLAs on Friday evening, tight security arrangements were made at State Congress Headquarters Rajeev Bhavan, Shimla. A large number of police forces were deployed. There is a ban on the entry of general public inside the headquarters and only MLAs and big leaders will be allowed in. Reportedly, Police have installed metal detectors to check those going inside.

On getting a clear majority in the assembly elections, Bhupesh Baghel, Bhupendra Singh Hooda and Rajeev Shukla have been entrusted with the responsibility of selecting the Chief Minister and forming the government in the state on behalf of the Congress high command. These leaders met State Congress President Pratibha Singh at a hotel located in Chaura Maidan, Shimla on Friday.

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Uniform Civil Code: Rajya Sabha sees uproar over BJP MP’s private bill

BJP’s manifesto issued for the Gujarat elections, also mentioned the implementation of the Uniform Civil Code.

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Uniform Civil Code: Rajya Sabha sees uproar over BJP MP's private bill

A private member’s bill related to the implementation of the Uniform Civil Code in India was introduced in the Rajya Sabha on Friday. BJP MP Kirori Lal Meena introduced it in the Upper House and 63 votes were cast in favor of the bill while 23 votes were cast against it. The bill demands that a National Inspection & Investigation Commission should be formed to implement the Uniform Civil Code in the country.

All opposition parties including Congress, Samajwadi Party, Rashtriya Janata Dal, DMK, NCP and TMC strongly opposed the the bill. Opposing the introduction of the bill, Samajwadi Party MP Ram Gopal Yadav said that Muslims consider it right to marry their cousins, can Hindus do the same. And because there are religious differences and traditions in India that’s why Uniform Civil Code can’t exist in a country like India. The Biju Janata Dal did not participate in the voting and walked out of the House. CPI(M) MP John Brittas, citing the Law Commission report, said that there is no need for a Uniform Civil Code.

Speaking on behalf of the government, Union Minister and Leader of the House in Rajya Sabha Piyush Goyal said that any member has the right to introduce bills and raise issues of their area. He further added that after the presentation of the bill, when it will be discussed, every party will can keep their points. He also said that there should be a debate in the Rajya Sabha for this.

For the last several months, there has been a demand for the implementation of Uniform Civil Code i.e. Uniform Civil Code in the country. BJP-ruled states like Uttarakhand, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Karnataka have already talked about starting the process of implementing the Uniform Civil Code.

In such a situation, the bill presented today is important. However, it is not easy to pass a private member’s bill in the Parliament. Till date only 3 private member bills have been passed in the history of Indian Parliament and the last such bill was passed in 1971.

Moreover, in BJP’s manifesto issued for the Gujarat elections, also mentioned the implementation of the Uniform Civil Code. This bill was introduced in the Rajya Sabha a day after the result. However, even before the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

 
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Rajasthan youth shoots himself after girlfriend marries someone else, video caught on CCTV | WATCH

The CO of Bhilwara City, Narendra Dayma, while talking to the police stated that the man turned to suicide after his girlfriend got married to some other man. The police further added that the boy was rushed to a nearby hospital after which he succumbed to his injuries a day later.

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Rajasthan youth shoots himself

A spine-chilling video has come to light from Rajasthan’s Bhilwara where a 17-year-old youth shoots himself dead after his girlfriend reportedly got married to someone else. The incident happened inside near the Mahatma Gandhi Hospital which got recorded on CCTV.

The 17-year-old youth was identified as Yash Vyas and the reports suggest that the boy had posted a status on his social media which hinted at him being upset over the girl’s marriage which inspired him to turn to suicide.

In the CCTV video, a man can be seen walking on the side of a road while 2 bikes passes by. The man after waiting for the 2 bikes to pass, pulled out a gun and shot himself dead as he collapsed on the ground. The video also shows a vehicle approaching as he commits the act.

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According to the reports, the boy and his girlfriend studied in the same school.

Police’s statement

The CO of Bhilwara City, Narendra Dayma, while talking to the police stated that the man turned to suicide after his girlfriend got married to some other man. The police further added that the boy was rushed to a nearby hospital after which he succumbed to his injuries a day later.

The body of the boy was later handed over to his family after the authorities conducted his post-mortem.

Twitter reaction

After the video went viral, many users came forward to remark on the incident as one user wrote and stated that why do people indulge with such people and call them girlfriend. The user further expounded that anyone who leaves you jilted like this isn’t a girlfriend rather a fraud, implying that the girl was to be blamed for this rather than anything else.

Another user added to the conversation and wrote that that how much pain must the boy have suffered through to take such actions, empathetically implyin that heartbreaks indeed are painfull and tolling for a lot of people

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