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Rampur Bypolls: Voters say they were denied their voting rights, allege brutality by police | Watch

The woman in the video can also be seen showing another woman’s wounded hand allegedly as a result of police brutality. The woman can be heard saying that a wounded elderly woman had gone out to cast their vote, however, to her surprise, the authorities allegedly attacked the elderly woman with lathis and denied her her right of voting.

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A video has come to light from Uttar Pradesh’s by-election bound Rampur where the voters can be heard alleging that the police have denied them their right to vote and have also assaulted them in from trying to go to the election booth to vote.

Three places in Uttar Pradesh will be holding elections for the seat of Rampur, Khatauli and Mainpuri on Monday. From one of the by election bound places, Rampur, a video has come to light in which a muslim woman along with more people can be seen telling the camera that the police have been denying and turning away the voters.

The woman in the video can also be seen showing another woman’s wounded hand allegedly as a result of police brutality. The woman can be heard saying that a wounded elderly woman had gone out to cast their vote, however, to her surprise, the authorities allegedly attacked the elderly woman with lathis and denied her her right of voting.

The woman can also be seen showing another person who was a victim to the brutality inflicted by the police. The woman, in the video, also alleged that the authorities had locked the people in as they are not being given the right to vote and stating that the authorities have been dictatorial.

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The woman in the video can also be seen showing her voter ID and Aadhar card which are valid documents for one to cast their votes.

Rampur by-elections

The by-elections for the Rampur constituency seat were scheduled to be held on 5 December after they necessitated after the disqualification of SP MLA Azam Khan. The two parties who are looking horns for the Rampur seat are BJP and Samajwadi Party.

BJP has fielded Former Party MLA Shiv Bahadur Saxena’s son Akash Saxena for the Rampur seat whereas BJP counterpart in Rampur, Samajwadi Party has fielded former MLA Azam Khan’s close aide Asim Raza.

The result of the by election will be released on 8 December.

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Rahul Gandhi questions PM Modi over Adani issue, asks about relationship between Adani and PM Modi

Rahul Gandhi questioned the number of times Adani and PM Modi travelled together to foreign countries. Gandhi also asked about the amount of funds Adani gave to BJP in the last 20 years.

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Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his government in Parliament over the Adani issue. Gandhi in his attack questioned the relationship between the PM Modi and Gautam Adani and Adani’s rampant growth as a businessman in the country.

Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday, while speaking in the Lok Sabha proceedings said that people are inquisitive to know about the relationship shared between the business typhoon and the Prime Minister of India. Gandhi in his address also alleged that rules were neglected or altered in order to benefit Adani and his business.

The Wayanad MP also said that across the states be it Tamil Nadu, Kerala, to Himachal Pradesh, he has been hearing only Adani’s name throughout the country. Gandhi further said that someone asked him that despite entering whichever field, Adani’s business never fails.

Rahul Gandhi also questioned the number of times Adani and PM Modi travelled together to foreign countries. Gandhi also asked about the amount of funds Adani gave to BJP in the last 20 years.

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The former Congress chief also alleged that after BJP came into power, Adani was given six airports to Adani despite the business typhoon’s lack of experience in the aviation industry.
Gandhi alleged that all of the business was facilitated by PM Modi himself to Adani.

Aside from this, Congress leader in his speech also talked about the Agniveer scheme and said that the scheme was being forced on the Army and said that retired senior officers have said that the scheme was ideated by the RSS and Home Ministry and not from the Army.

Lok Sabha proceedings adjourned

The Lok Sabha proceedings were adjourned by the speaker after the Opposition’s uproar over BJP leader’s CP Joshi allegedly glorified the practice of sati during his speech. Joshi in his speech said that the Queen of Mewar, Padmavati, chose self immolation to protect her honour from Allaudin Khilji’s invasion.

After hearing BJP leader’s speech, the Opposition stirred up an uproar in the parliament and called Joshi’s remark to be glorifying the practice of Sati.

BJP regime akin to East-India company, bulldozing Jammu and Kashmir like Afghanistan: Mehbooba Mufti on anti-encroachment drive

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BJP regime akin to East-India company, bulldozing Jammu and Kashmir like Afghanistan: Mehbooba Mufti on anti-encroachment drive

Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti on Monday lashed out at the BJP over the ongoing anti-encroachment drive in the Union Territory, comparing the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led regime to the East-India Company who wants to reduce the erstwhile state to rubble like war-torn Afghanistan.

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Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti on Monday lashed out at the BJP over the ongoing anti-encroachment drive in the Union Territory, comparing the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led regime to the East-India Company who wants to reduce the erstwhile state to rubble like war-torn Afghanistan.

In a statement, the People’s Democratic Party chief (PDP) chief claimed that the situation in Kashmir is worse than Palestine where the conditions are “better”. She alleged that earlier it was suspected that BJP had taken a cue from Israel’s treatment of Palestine but now the saffron party wants to turn Jammu and Kashmir into Afghanistan.

Commenting on J&K administration’s anti-encroachment drive Mufti claimed that Palestine was in a better situation as people can at least talk about their woes, whereas Kashmir is “worse” where people’s homes are being razed by bulldozers.

Mufti compared the BJP government with the East-India Company for it’s alleged suppression of dissent and free speech, alleging that the PM Modi regime has  “weaponized” its majority to “bulldoze” the Constitution, while referring to the abrogation of Article 370 in 2019.

The PDP chief alleged that the BJP was also weaponized media to “crush the voice of dissent and judiciary.”

Mufti claimed that the BJP government has Kashmir has turned into Afghanistan as you can find bulldozers at every corner, ready to demolish homes of those the government doesn’t agree with.

She said that the BJP has outsourced jobs and resources out of the Union Territory while probe agencies like the Enforcement Directorate (ED) and National Investigation Agency (NIA) are being used to silence dissenting journalist and politicians across the country.

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Mufti added that “crooks and conmen” are being given 45,000-hectare land while the people of Kashmir are being driven out of their land on the pretext of anti-encroachment drive.

The Jammu and Kashmir administration has launched an anti-encroachment drive to recover state land illegally occupied by “influential persons” across the erstwhile state.

The authorities have reiterated that the main target of the drive is to bring down high-profile land grabbers, however, many from weaker sections claim to have borne the brunt of the eviction drive.

According to reports, 23,000 hectares of state and ‘kacharai’ land were retrieved during the ongoing anti-encroachment drive in different districts of the Jammu division recently.

Officials said that 13,793 hectares of land was retrieved from encroachers in Rajouri, 6,100 hectares in Poonch, over 2,300 in Kishtwar, 15.9 hectares in Udhampur and some parcels in Kathua and Samba districts so far.

Last month, authorities in Kashmir demolished an outer wall of senior National Conference (NC) leader Ali Mohammad Sagar’s house near the Srinagar Airport on January 25.

A team of revenue department led a demolition drive to reclaim state land from encroachers and razed the outer wall, the main gate as well as the entry of the guard room of the NC general secretary’s residence in Humhama, near the airport, as part of the administration’s demolition drive against land grabbers.

Police in Jammu arrested five persons and detained four others for allegedly pelting stones during a protest against the ongoing anti-encroachment drive in the city last week.

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Former Kerala CM Oommen Chandy hospitalized in Neyyattinkara, health minister visits him 

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Former Kerala CM Oommen Chandy hospitalized in Neyyattinkara, health minister visits him 

Earlier, there were also rumours that Chandy’s family was delaying his treatment.

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Former Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy was admitted to the hospital on Monday with a high fever and symptoms of a chest infection. He is hospitalized at the Noorul Islam Institute of Medical Science and Research Foundation (NIMS) in Thiruvananthapuram’s Neyyattinkara.

The health update of the 79-year-old veteran politician was shared by his son, who said that the former CM was diagnosed with slight pneumonia and hospitalized with a high fever. He also thanked Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan for calling up and inquiring about his father’s health.

The state health minister Veena George visited the hospital today to meet the ailing former CM as directed by CM Pinarayi Vijayan. She said she met Chandy’s daughter and doctors. A medical board, chaired by Dr Manju, was formed at the hospital. They will take care of his treatment, she added.

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Earlier, there were also rumours that Chandy’s family was delaying his treatment. On Sunday, the veteran Congress leader denied rumors of a delay in his treatment, saying that the party and his family are treating him well and that he is satisfied. He alleged that the media and society are creating such rumours.

A few days ago, Chandy’s brother, Alex Chandy, wrote to Kerala Chief Minister Vijayan, alleging that his brother was not receiving proper care. He further alleged that Chandy’s wife, son, and elder daughter are not talking to him, but his younger daughter wanted to ensure better treatment for him.

According to reports, Chandy is battling cancer. He has been unwell for quite some time now and has undergone treatment in Germany, state reports.

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