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National Commission for Women seeks action against Akhilesh Yadav for his tweet on Nupur Sharma

NCW has sought action against Yadav under Sections 506, 509 and 504 of IPC



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Days after Supreme Court’s observation on Nupur Sharma’s plea, the National Commission for Women (NCW) on Monday took cognizance of Samajwadi Chief Akhilesh Yadav’s tweet on suspended BJP spokesperson.

The Commission asked the Uttar Pradesh Police to take action against Akhilesh Yadav for allegedly instigating hatred and ill-will against Nupur Sharma, who had made controversial remarks against Prophet Mohammad in a TV debate.

In a letter to Uttar Pradesh DGP, the NCW chief Rekha Sharma has demanded to take immediate action against the former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Akhilesh Yadav under relevant provisions of law. Nupur Sharma is already facing threat to her life and the tweet of Akhilesh is a sheer instigation to the general public to assault Sharma. A fair investigation must be accomplished in a time-bound manner, she said.

The Commission has come across Akhilesh Yadav’s tweet and found that his tweet has been inciting communal disharmony between the two religious groups which is extremely condemnable, Rekha Sharma said.

NCW has also sought a fair and time-bound investigation in the matter. Action taken must be apprised within 3 days, the NCW chief sought in her letter to UP police.

Last week, the Supreme Court had observed that Nupur Sharma and her loose tongue had set the country on fire. She single-handedly responsible for igniting emotions across the country and for that she needed to apologise, the top court had also said.

Rejecting Nupur Sharma’s plea to club all the FIRs registered against her in many states for her alleged derogatory remarks on Prophet Mohammed, to Delhi for investigation, the Supreme Court had said that this lady is single-handedly responsible for what is happening in the country.

During the hearing, when Singh told the bench that Sharma is facing threat to her life, Justice Surya Kant had replied tha she has a threat or she has become a security threat?

Not only the face but the body should also apologise and should also be punished for disturbing the harmony of the country, the SP chief had tweeted on Friday after the Supreme Court’s observation on Nupur sharma.

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Rajasthan election results: Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore says BJP will form government with vast number of seats

Rajyavardhan Rathore said the party leadership will announce who will be the chief minister after the results have been declared. He said everything comes at the right time.



Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore said he was confident the BJP will win with huge majority in Rajasthan ahead of counting of votes in Rajasthan. He said the fight today is between the massive governance of Prime minister Narendra Modi and the misgovernance of the Congress party.

The Congress party will try to return to power again. The BJP’s election campaign will be focused on an anti incumbency wave in the state. Rathore said the fact that people of the state had come out in large numbers to vote meant that they wanted to bring a change. According to exit polls the BJP have a slight edge over the ruling Congress party in Rajasthan. He said there won’t be a close contest and the BJP will win the elections with a vast majority.

Rajyavardhan Rathore said the party leadership will announce who will be the chief minister after the results have been declared. He said everything comes at the right time. He said once the results are out the party leadership will take the decision at the right time.

The campaign has been intense on both sides. The BJP had pulled all stops in line with an established election template as senior ministers had been deployed and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The Congress had followed a grassroots campaign with frequent appearances by its central leaders.

Chief minister Ashok Gehlot said he was confident that he had beaten the jinx on the fortunes of the party in power. The BJP rode high on the trend and the power of brand Modi. Eight of the nine exit polls gave the BJP a comfortable, if not a strong victory. The aggregrate indicated that the BJP may get 104 seats and Congress 86. But like the difference in the price of cooking gas they are offering- The Congress party – Rs 500 and the BJP’s Rs 450: the gap is marginal.

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Anti-incumbency in Madhya Pradesh dies a sorry death, BJP comes up with stellar show

Rain of sops seems to have worked for the BJP in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan but Chhattisgarh unconvinced. Telangana shows thumbs-down to BRS



Congress gains 57 seats in Chhattisgarh, BJP 33

So far, Congress has gained 57 seats and BJP 33 seats in Chhattisgarh. Congress’s heavyweight Bhupesh Baghel is leading in Patan constituency, his nephew Vijay Baghel trails behind.

Congress crosses halfway mark in Telangana in early leads

Congress crossed the halfway mark in Telangana with 65 seats. BJP, BRS, AIMIM gained 9, 39, 4 seats respectively. K Chandrashekar Rao is trailing in Kamareddy constituency.

Congress trails behind in Rajasthan, Ashok Gehlot leads in Sardarpura constituency

With 107 seats, BJP is leading in Rajasthan. Congress gained 80 seats. Congress’s Ashok Gehlot is leading in Sardarpura constituency, Sachin Pilot is trailing in Tonk. BJP’s Vasundhara Raje, Baba Balaknath, Diya Kumari is leading in Jhalrapatan, Tijara, Vidhyadhar Nagar respectively. 

BJP gains 126 seats in Madhya Pradesh, Congress close behind 

In the early trends, BJP gained 126 seats in Madhya Pradesh and Congress 99. Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Prahlad Singh Patel from BJP are leading in Budhni and Narsinghpur while Narendra Singh Tomar is trailing in Dimani. Congress’s Kamal Nath is leading and Jaivardhan Singh is trailing in Raghogadh.

Congress’s Bhupesh Baghel, BJP’s Raman Singh trails in Chhattisgarh

Congress took the lead in Chhattisgarh with 52 seats, BJP 33. Congress heavyweight leader Bhupesh Baghel is trailing in Patan constituency. BJP’s Raman Singh is also trailing i9n Rajnandgaon constituency. Congress’s Tamradhwaj Sahu and BJP’s Vijay Baghel is leading in Durg-Rural and Patan respectively.

Tight race between Congress, BJP in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan

In Madhya Pradesh, BJP is leading with 88 seats, Congress gained 72. While in Rajasthan, BJP got 80 seats with Congress gaining 74.

Congress takes huge lead in Telangana

With 61 seats, Congress takes a huge lead in Telangana. BRS gains 25, BJP 9 and AIMIM 1. BRS’s R. S Praveen Kumar, K C Rao, Jogu Ramanna, Pocharam Srinivas are trailing in their constituencies.

Congress gains in Chhattisgarh, BJP close

In Chhattisgarh, Congress gained 41 seats while BJP got 30. Bhupesh Baghel is trailing in Patan constituency. Congress’s Tamradhwaj Sahu is leading in Durg-rural. BJP’s Raman Singh is leading in Rajnandgaon.

Congress leads in Rajasthan with 49 seats

As the tight election battle continues, Congress is leading in Rajasthan with 49 seats, while BJP gains 40 seats. Ashok Gehlot is leading in Sardarpura constituency, Sachin Pilot in Tonk.

BJP’s Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Congress’s Kamal Nath leading in Madhya Pradesh

BJP’s Shivraj Singh Chouhan is leading in Budhni constituency, Narendra Singh Tomar in Dimani constituency, Prahlad Singh Patel in Narsingpur constituency. Congress’s Kamal Nath and Jaivardhan Singh are leading in Chhindwara and Raghogadh respectively.  

Congress leads in Telangana, BJP in Chattisgarh

In Chhattisgarh, Congress gained 19 seats and BJP 20. Congress leading in Telangana with 13 seats, BRS 8, BJP 5, AIMIM 1

BJP takes early leads in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan

In Madhya Pradesh, Congress and BJP are in a tough battle as the early trends show BJP with 13 seats and Congress 11. In Rajasthan, BJP got 21 seats and Congress 20

Counting of votes begins in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Telangana

A few months ahead of the Lok Sabha elections, the votes will be counted for four states today. Officials stated that all arrangements have been made at the counting halls and that the security personnel are deployed in an adequate numbers in all constituencies.

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Parliament Winter Session: Opposition seeks discussion on ethics committee’s report on Trinamool MP Mahua Moitra

During the all-party meeting on Saturday, Trinamool leaders demanded a discussion in the Lok Sabha on the Ethics Committee report, before any decision is taken to expel Moitra from the House.



At the all party meeting held ahead of the Parliament Winter Session, the opposition sought discussion on the ethics committee’s report on Trinamool MP Mahua Moitra. With the government urging the opposition to ensure a conducive environment for discussion in the House, the impending expulsion of Trinamool Congress (TMC) member Mahua Moitra from the Lok Sabha, three bills to replace criminal laws and a proposed law for the appointment of election commissioners are issues set to dominate the session.

The Lok Sabha Ethics Committee report recommending the expulsion of MP Mahua Moitra from the Lower House over a cash-for-query complaint is also listed for tabling in the House on Monday, the first day of the session. During the all-party meeting on Saturday, Trinamool leaders demanded a discussion in the Lok Sabha on the Ethics Committee report, before any decision is taken to expel Moitra from the House.

Congress leader Pramod Tewari said the Opposition also insisted on a discussion in Parliament on issues such as the situation in Manipur, rising inflation, misuse of the Enforcement Directorate (ED) and the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), the imposition of Hindi through the names of laws, particularly in reference to the three bills to replace criminal laws.

The Central government has listed 19 bills and two financial agenda items for the Winter Session of Parliament. Meanwhile, the Assembly elections results in four states namely Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Telangana are also expected to have a bearing on the Winter Session of Parliament that commences on December 4 and will continue till December 22.

On Sunday, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh presided over a meeting of floor leaders of political parties. The meeting was attended by Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi, Congress leaders Jairam Ramesh, Gaurav Gogoi and Pramod Tewari, TMC leaders Sudip Bandyopadhyay and Derek O’Brien and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Fouzia Khan, among others.

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