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PM Modi lauds Yogi Adityanath govt for Covid handling, law and order situation, says no bhai-bhatijavaad in UP only vikasvaad

PM Modi on Thursday landed in Varanasi. Before inaugurating the convention centre, PM Modi addressed a crowd in Varanasi on Thursday. During his speech, PM Modi lauded Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for successfully handling the Covid second wave.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi landed in his Parliamentary constituency on Thursday morning and inaugurated various projects related to road, water, transport, education, health and tourism worth over Rs 1,500 crore in Varanasi. He was received by the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Governor Anandiben Patel.

Hours before PM Modi’s landing in his constituency, expressing heartfelt gratitude to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi for all round development of Varanasi or Kashi, the city of Baba Vishwanath, the UP CM Yogi Adityanath tweeted that honourable PM will inaugurate Ro-Ro vessels and three-lane flyover bridge on Varanasi-Ghazipur highway for tourism development on river Ganga. Along with promoting tourism and infrastructure, it will prove helpful in creating New Uttar Pradesh of New India, he said.

PM Modi inaugurated the International Cooperation and Convention Centre — Rudraksh, which is constructed in the Sigra area of Varanasi over three acres of land at a cost of nearly Rs 200 crore, will offer a glimpse of the cultural richness of the ancient city of Kashi. As many as 108 Rudraksh have been installed at this convention centre and its roof is shaped like a Shiva Linga and the entire building will glow with LED lights at night.

The Rudraksh is as an ideal location to host all types of international conventions, concerts and exhibitions in order to strengthen the city’s competitiveness by developing its tourism sector.

Before inaugurating the convention centre, PM Modi addressed a crowd in Varanasi on Thursday. During his speech, PM Modi lauded Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for successfully handling the Covid second wave.

The Prime Minister also said UP – which recorded over 30,000 new cases daily at the peak of the second wave, up from a record single-day high of 7,016 cases, had battled the virus efficiently. He said that UP is India’s most populous state but the manner in which Yogi Adityanath government handled and controlled the pandemic is praiseworthy.

The Prime Minister have showered praise on UP govt despite the state faced widespread criticism over its Covid handling after bodies of suspected Covid patients were found floating on the Ganga in May-June. However, the UP government denied reports claiming that burial by the river is a long-standing tradition.

On Tuesday, the UP government gave a green signal to Kanwar Yatra which could take place from July 25 with a minimum capacity, strict Covid protocols and negative RT-PCR report.  

Expressing his admiration for healthcare and frontline workers of the state, the Prime Minister also hailed UP for the maximum number of vaccinations in the country. However, centre’s CoWIN app data shows UP had only administered 3.89 crore doses so far.

Showering praise on UP’s law and order situation, PM Modi said those who cast an evil eye on our mothers and sister, they know they can’t escape from law. Attacking on the Akhilesh Yadav led Samajawadi Party in Uttar Prades, he said the UP’s Yogi Adityanath government is not ruled by corruption or bhai-bhatijavaad but by vikasvaad (development).

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Ahead of the next year’s assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, it was PM Modi’s first trip to Varanasi this year to kickstart BJP’s election campaign to retain power in the politically crucial state.

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INDIA bloc rally: Sunita Kejriwal claims Arvind Kejriwal’s meals monitored, conspiracy to kill him in jail

Addressing the INDIA bloc’s rally in Ranchi, Sunita Kejriwal lashed out at the Centre and claimed conspiracy to kill her husband

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Sunita Kejriwal, the wife of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, who is now arrested, said that her husband is not receiving insulin in Tihar jail because they want to kill him, on Sunday.

Speaking at the INDIA bloc rally in Ranchi, Sunita Kejriwal said that cameras were watching every bite Arvind Kejriwal took.

Arvind Kejriwal’s detention without evidence of crime, was a dictatorship, according to Sunita Kejriwal. She claimed that although Kejriwal, who is an IITian, had the option to go abroad, chose to remain in India out of love for it.

During her address she said, Arvind Kejriwal and Hemant Soren have been arrested. They have been arrested without having been found guilty. It’s a dictatorship here, she added. Mrs Kejriwal also questioned that what is her husband’s fault? Is it providing good education, health facilities? Patriotism is in his blood, she said.

Being an IITan, he had the option to go to abraod, but he chooses to prioritize his country. He took leave from the IRS to perform public duty. He has risked his life to save others, she remarked.

Sunita Kejriwal claimed Arvind Kejriwal merely wants to serve the country and has no thirst for power. She also referred to her husband as a lion and expressed concern over the nation’s jail population.

In an attempt to establish grounds for medical bail, the Enforcement Directorate has asserted that Arvind Kejriwal has been consuming sugar in tea, aloo-poori, and mangoes to raise his blood sugar levels.

In a Delhi court, Kejriwal’s lawyer denied the ED’s accusation, claiming he wouldn’t risk paralysis in exchange for release. He asserted that Kejriwal was not provided with insulin while incarcerated. Furthermore, he added that out of the 48 meals Kejriwal had received from home, he had only had mangoes three times. He claimed that he only ever had aloo poori for Navratri prasad.

At the Ulgulan Nyay Rally  in Ranchi, AAP leader Sanjay Singh said that when Prime Minister Narendra Modi talks about corruption, it seems as Osama Bin Laden and Gabbar Singh are advocating for nonviolence.

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Amit Shah to conduct roadshow in Assam’s Silchar today

Union home minister Amit Shah will be campaign is expected to start at 4:30 pm today

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As part of the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) campaign for the Lok Sabha Election, Union Home Minister Amit Shah will be holding a mega roadshow in Silchar, Assam today, April 21.

According to Silchar Member of Parliament (MP) Rajdeep Roy, Shah would arrive at Silchar Airport in a special aircraft at 4:10 p.m. and arrive in Silchar town via helicopter. He said, they are expecting the roadshow to start around 4.30pm.

Shah will be doing campaign work for Parimal Suklabaidya, the BJP’s nominee for the Silchar Lok Sabha seat. Following the delimitation procedure in Assam last year by the Election Commission, Silchar was designated as a reserve seat for candidates from scheduled castes. Suklabaidya, a five-term member of parliament from the Cachar district, has held several portfolios under the Assam government.

In addition to accompanying Amit Shah on the roadshow on Sunday, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma predicted that Parimal will win by a margin of two to three lakh votes over the rival contenders.

Shah’s rally, will begin from the playground owned by the District Sports Association (DSA) in Silchar and culminate at the Chittaranjan Statue Point, according to Roy. Over a lakh of supporters will participate in the roughly 1.5-kilometer walk. During the roadshow, Shah is scheduled to deliver a speech, he continued.

Central security agencies and senior Assam police officers staged a mock drill in Silchar’s streets ahead of Shah’s rally. According to them, sufficient security has been set up before the home minister’s arrival.

According to party officials, bad weather has forced Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge to cancel his Sunday visit to an event in the Karimganj district of Assam.

The Congress party’s Rajat Chakraborty announced that Kharge’s visit has been canceled owing to Friday night’s thunderstorms and intense rain. The agencies suggested that we cancel the visit because of the high security measures required for his visit, he stated.

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Rohit Sharma criticises impact player rule, BCCI reacts

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India captian and Mumbai Indians star cricketer Rohit sharma criticised the impact player rule and sad that he is not a big fan of it. Now, BCCI has responded to Sharma’s comment and said that they will reevaluate the rule.

Indian Premier League (IPL) chairman Arun Dhumal also acknowledged this and said  that every decision has advantages and disadvantages, he also mentioned  BCCI is prepared to review the regulation when the current IPL season concludes.

Ahead to being established in the IPL, the impact player rule was initially put into effect in the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 tournament in 2022–2023. There have been many expert comments regarding the rule that has been in place for almost two editions of the prestigious T20 tournament, with the many of players being against it.

Since this remark has been made, they will certainly analyze it and talk to everyone concerned and then the board will take calls, Dhumal said.

Every rule that is in place has a number of advantages and disadvantages. Nothing about its execution is set in stone, so after the season ends, they are open to any discussion, he continued.

Earlier, Rohit Sharma also discussed how the impact player rule is reducing the role of all-rounders in the sport.

Sharma said, he is not a big fan of Impact sub rule. All rounders will eventually be held back because cricket is ultimately played by 11 players, not 12. To make the game exciting for everyone around you, you are taking a great deal from it. During an interew the hitman said, if the audience look just at the cricketing side of things, he feels guys like Shivam Dube and Washington Sundar aren’t getting to bowl, which is not a good thing for them as a team.

He continued saying that there are 12 players, it’s interesting, and after the team or the captain sees how the game and the pitch are playing, they might turn on the impact player. You can add another bowler, giving you a total of six or seven bowlers, if the team bats effectively and don’t lose wickets. Many teams are hitting well up front, and he hardly ever sees a No 7 or No 8 coming to bat, so the team doesn’t need that additional batter, Rohit Sharma said.

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