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Rampur police hammers wall of Azam Khan’s Jauhar University, claims to recover 10,000 stolen books from 200-year-old madrassa | WATCH

The books were stolen from Madrasa Alia in 2019 from the Raza Oriental College (Madrasa Alia) which was established by the Nawab of Rampur in 1774.

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Rampur police hammers wall of Azam Khan's Jauhar University

The Uttar Pradesh police on Tuesday night razed a wall inside the Moulana Ali Jauhar University in Rampur and recovered over 1000 books from 200-year-old Raza Oriental College (Madrasa Alia).

The police recovered the stolen books by digging into the walls of the Jauhar Ali University building.

The video of hammering a wall of the University is doing rounds on social media.

The police raided the premises of the university on the basis of the input provided by the two aides of the Samajwadi Party leader’s son Abdullah Azam who were arrested earlier, a police official said.

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Additional Superintendent of police (ASP) Sansar Singh told reporters that the books allegedly stolen from Madrasa Alia have been recovered from Jauhar University. Books are being taken out by breaking the wall, he said.

Earlier on Sunday, Rampur police had arrested the SP MLA Abdullah Azam’s aides for their involvement in a gambling racket. During interrogation, they revealed about the books and the cleaning machine.

Maulana Muhammad Ali Jauhar University is run by a trust headed by former Uttar Pradesh cabinet minister and Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan.

The books were stolen from Madrasa Alia in 2019 from the Raza Oriental College (Madrasa Alia) which was established by the Nawab of Rampur in 1774.

In 2019, 9,633 books were stolen from Madrasa Alia. Out of which, 6,000 books were yet to be recovered.

Azam Khan is an accused in this case of book theft.

Zubair Ahmad, the principal of Raza Oriental College, had registered an FIR against Azam Khan for forcibly occupying the college building in 2016. After that, 10,633 rare books and manuscripts in the college library went missing.

The books were taken to the Jauhar Ali University library, the principal alleged in his complaint.

Later, around 2,500 books were recovered from the Mumtaz library of Jauhar Ali University on July 31, 2019 and four people were arrested.

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Bihar Deputy CM Tejashwi Yadav, his wife welcome baby girl

The couple welcomed their first child on Monday morning.

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Bihar Deputy CM Tejashwi Yadav

Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav and his wife Rajshree Yadav are blessed with a baby girl. The couple welcomed their first child on Monday morning.

The news of the arrival of the little bundle of joy was shared by Tejashwi’s sister Rohini Acharya with a beautiful poem. She also shared the photo of Tejashwi holding the newborn and captioned it that her house now echoes a joyous squeal. God has given such a gift of happiness.

The Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader also tweeted that God has been pleased and sent a gift in the form of a daughter.

Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) supremo Arvind Kejriwal was among the first ones to congratulate the minister.

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He wrote, Many many congratulations to you and your entire family, Tejashwi ji, for this blessing of Mata Rani on the holy days of Navratri. Lots of love and blessings to daughter Rani, God bless your family always, he added.

Tejashwi, the heir apparent of former Union minister and former Bihar chief minister Lalu Yadav, married his long time friend Rajshree Yadav on December 9, 2021. Rajshree, who hails from Rewari in Haryana, has been living in Delhi since childhood.

Tejashwi and Yadav studied together at DPS School in Delhi’s RK Puram.

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Rahul Gandhi’s Savarkar remark upsets Uddhav Thackeray, warns remarks over Savarkar would create cracks in Opposition alliance

Shiv Sena UBT chief also advised Gandhi that the alliance of the Uddhav faction, Congress, and NCP was made to protect democracy. He further stressed that the alliance needs to work unitedly.

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Uddhav Thackeray

Rahul Gandhi’s press conference ruffled not only the feathers of the Centre but also the Uddhav Thackeray-led Shiv Sena. Thackeray on Sunday raised a caveat citing that the use of Savarkar’s name in bad light would lead to creating cracks in the Opposition alliance.

Uddhav Thackeray said that he idolises the Hindutva Ideologue VD Savarkar and further warned Rahul Gandhi against using Savarkar’s name in a bad light. Thackeray further said that Savarkar suffered through unimaginable torture in Andaman cellular jail for 14 years and further said that the accounts of his torture are not tactile and can only be read.

UBT Shiv Sena Chief further called the jail term of Savarkar as a form of sacrifice and warned Congress that they will not tolerate the insult of Savarkar.

Thackeray further said that Savarkar is his party’s god and further cautioned that the party won’t tolerate any disrespect towards him. He further said that his party is ready to fight however raised a caveat that they won’t tolerate any insult toward their god.

Shiv Sena UBT chief also advised Gandhi that the alliance of the Uddhav faction, Congress, and NCP was made to protect democracy. He further stressed that the alliance needs to work unitedly.

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Thackeray also said that Rahul Gandhi is being provoked deliberately but if the alliance wastes time in this, democracy will vanish from the country.

The caution and or warning by Uddhav Thackeray comes after Rahul Gandhi, in his Press Conference, post his disqualification from Lok Sabha, said that his name is not Savarkar, his name is Gandhi and Gandhi does not offer an apology to anyone. Rahul Gandhi was disqualified from the parliament after he was convicted in a defamation case for using Modi surname.

Following Gandhi’s disqualification, various Opposition parties including the Shiv Sena UBT party joined hands to slam the Centre. Thackeray, while reacting to the news of Rahul Gandhi’s disqualification, said that Modi is not India and further questioned if the freedom fighters sacrificed their lives for such an India. He further stressed that questioning Modi is not about insulting India.

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Malayalam actor Innocent dies at 75

The unfortunate news of Innocent’s death was met with mourning as Kerala Chief Minister, as well as senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor, BJP’s Khushbu Sundar, offered their condolences.

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Malayalam actor Innocent

Notable actor from the Malayalam film fraternity and also an ex-Lok Sabha MP, Innocent died on Sunday. The 75-year-old Malayalam actor was hospitalized earlier this month. According to the hospital, Innocent was diagnosed owing to which, the actor faced various respiratory issues, as well as multiple organ failure that led to heart failure.

It was also reported that the Malayalam actor was put on cardiopulmonary support, which helps is a machine that helps in pumping and oxygenating the blood. Innocent was also known to have battled with cancer after being diagnosed in 2012. Following the former MP’s journey to beat cancer, he also wrote a book titled ‘Laughter in the Cancer Ward”.

The unfortunate news of Innocent’s death was met with mourning as Kerala Chief Minister, as well as senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor, BJP’s Khushbu Sundar, offered their condolences.

Kerala CMP Pinarayi Vijayan said that the deceased actor claimed the hearts of the with his unique style of acting and further added and said that as a public figure, innocent impacted the lives of people by raising their issues.

Congress leader Shashi Tharoor took to Twitter to offer his condolences to the actor’s family. Tharoor in his tweet wrote he is mourning the loss of a character actor, comedian, and one-time Kerala MP. He further wrote and said that aside from being a brilliantly inventive and talented actor, Innocent was also a fine human being.

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He further added and wrote that it was a pleasure for Tharoor to interact with in the Lok Sabha. The Congress leader ended his tweet by writing rest in peace and Om Shanti.

BJP’s Khushbu Sundar also took to Twitter to offer condolence as she wrote in a Tweet that she was devastated to hear the news of Innocent’s death. She further wrote and said that the nation lost a great actor and a great human..

She further termed the deceased actor as a legend and further highlighted his passing to be synonymous to loss of a priceless gem. Sundar further wrote offered condolences to the former MP’s family and friends.

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