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You are suspended: Shivraj Singh Chouhan suspends LPG scheme official on stage over negligence in Ujjwala Scheme | WATCH

Inspired by the Anil Kapoor blockbuster Nayak: The Real Hero, the Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister on Friday wasted no time in punishing an official over negligence in Ujjwala Scheme.

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The quick actions and suspension exists in reel life and do look good on TV and cinema but there are times when real-life politicians surprise everyone with their swift actions, taken during crucial times.

Inspired by the Anil Kapoor blockbuster Nayak: The Real Hero, the Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister on Friday wasted no time in punishing an official for negligence in implementing the Centre’s Ujjwala Scheme.

The Madhya Pradesh CM surprised the people of Madhya Pradesh with his on-stage suspension of a government official over negligence in the Centre’s free gas cylinder scheme. During a programme in Dindori, he called the government official on stage and said that he was suspended him from his post.

A video of his on stage suspension is doing rounds on social media.

The video shows Chouhan publicly scolding the DSO, identified as Tikaram Ahirwar. In the video, the DSO Ahirwar can be seen answering Chouhan’s questions about his failure to achieve the target.

In the video, Chouhan called the DSO on stage to explain what went wrong. The DSO was trying to answer but he was looking nervous to defend himself on the stage. During their exchange, the crowd is heard cheering in the background. However, the CM appears to get agitated with the officer and says, Go, you’re suspended.

Reports said Chouhan suspended the government official for failing to issue an adequate number of cards under the Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala scheme.

Under the scheme, LPG connections are distributed among women from Below Poverty Line families.

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Wouldn’t have had more than 2 children had Congress brought population control bill, says father of 4-BJP leader Ravi Kishan

BJP’s Ravi Kishan, back in July, stated that he wanted to table the population control bill and stated that India can only be Vishwa Guru only when Population Control Bill is brought.

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BJP leader and actor Ravi Kishan, while talking to the media on Friday, launched an attack on the grand old party and stated that had they brought a bill that laid down the regulations on the number of having kids per family, the BJP leader wouldn’t have had so many children.

Ravi Kishan who is a father of 4, is set to table private members’ bill on Population control.

BJP leader Manoj Tiwari was also among the panelist and was posed with a similar question on the population control bill exempting him, as he too is a father of 3 children. Tiwari while responding to the criticism, stated that mistakes were made before, however, that doesn’t mean we should continue making mistakes. BJP’s Ravi Kishan leader who was also a panelist interjected, and negated Tiwari’s comment and turned to blame Congress for not bringing a regulation on the population before.

The Gorakhpur MP added to his attack on the Congress Party and stated that if the grand old party would have brought a regulation on Population control before, he wouldn’t have had four children. Ravi Kishan further added the cons of having more than 1 child as he cited his personal account of how his wife’s health deteriorated after having more than one child.

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Ravi Kishan, as well as Manoj Tiwari, had been at the center of a stir as many criticised them and highlighted the Irony of them being the ones endorsing for Population Control bill as they themselves are the father to more than one child.

BJP’s Ravi Kishan, back in July, stated that he wanted to table the population control bill and stated that India can only be Vishwa Guru only when Population Control Bill is brought. The BJP leader further asserted the importance of bringing the population under control, citing the rampant growth of the population.

Kishan also urged the opposition parties to let him introduce the bill and listen to his reasoning for doing so.

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Centre tells Lok Sabha no data available to establish deaths due to air pollution

In her reply, she also highlighted the Central Sector schemes such as the Promotion of Agricultural Mechanization for in-situ management of Crop Residue which has been initiated in Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, and NCT of Delhi.

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The Winter Session of Lok Sabha is underway and on Friday, the Minister of State for Health, Bharati Pravin Pawar, told the lower house that there is no data available to establish a direct connection between death or disease especially due to air pollution. The winter session commenced on December 7.

The minister, in her reply, further did highlight that air pollution is among the factors that add to respiratory problems which are faced by many.

The Minister of State for Health, Bharati Pravin Pawar also listed several initiatives that are being taken by the state to tackle the problems related to air pollution. The initiatives listed include Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana (PMUY) under which women and children are provided clean cooking fuel – LPG; other initiatives also include the Swachh Bharat Mission which also touches upon the part of Swach Hawa.

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In her reply, she also highlighted the Central Sector schemes such as the Promotion of Agricultural Mechanization for in-situ management of Crop Residue which has been initiated in Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, and NCT of Delhi. Pawar further added that Sustainable Alternative towards Affordable Transportation (SATAT) has been launched by the Government to establish Compressed Bio-Gas (CBG) production plants in order to have the market available with CBG for use in automotive fuels.

The Minister of state Health also added that a plan of action also has been designed and rolled out for implementation which caters to city-specific issues to tackle the challenges of Air pollution problems such as Vehicular emissions, road dust, burning of biomass, crop, garbage, municipal solid waste, landfills, construction activities, industrial emission and more.

Pawar in her reply also talked about the launched National Programme on Climate Change and Human Health by the Ministry of Health at the National Centre for Disease Control that was launched back in 2019. She expounded that the programme has been expanded in all the states and Union Territories.

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Air pollution has been one of the biggest emerging challenges for India as it has been taking a toll on its citizens. According to the State of Global Air report 2022, Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai were named as one of the most affected cities in the world. The World Air Quality Index 2022 also included the three cities and smaller cities like Kanpur and Rohtak to be the most affected.

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Gujarat Elections 2022: Bhupendra Patel to take oath as CM on December 12, Congress breaks silence on getting confined to North Gujarat, AAP gains national party tag

Bhupendra Patel will continue as the Chief Minister of Gujarat. PM Narendra Modi, home minister Amit Shah will attend Patel’s swearing-in ceremony.

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Gujarat CM Bhupendra Patel is all set to take oath and begin his second term. Reportedly, BJP is planning to organize a grand swearing-in ceremony at the Gandhinagar assembly helipad ground on December 12. State BJP president C R Paatil said the ceremony will begin at 2pm.

He even revealed that Bhupendra Patel will continue as the Chief Minister of Gujarat. It is being told that Prime Minister Narendra Modi, home minister Amit Shah and several top BJP leaders will attend Bhupendra Patel’s swearing-in ceremony.

Congress on getting confined to North Gujarat

On the other hand, Congress has broken silence on their crushing defeat in Gujarat. Congress leader are trying to at lest stay positive on Twitter and on camera, as they said that the grand old party is busy celebrating their win in Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat loss will be seen as a lesson. Moreover, Congress is also likely to lose the post of the Leader of Opposition in the state.

Rahul Gandhi’s Congress barely managed to win 17 seats in Gujarat. This is severely down from its tally of 77 in the 2017 elections. This is also the worst performance of the Congress in Gujarat. Experts are blaming Congress’s silent, localised door-to-door campaign for a near evaporation of the party. 

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AAP gains national party tag

However, at least Congress was able to win seats in North Gujarat and win Himachal Election but despite several campaigns the election results have come as a disappointment to the Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party. AAP could not draw enough voters and had to settle for 5 seats in its debut elections in Gujarat and worst to their fears the party drew a blank in Himchal Pradesh.  

But Contrary to how things may appear, AAP has a lot to look forward. Yes! the party may have only won MCD elections but did manage to leave an impression despite its single-digit tally in the state. Winning 5 seats, Aam Aadmi Party has dared to breach the fortress of PM Modi and Amit Shah in Gujarat.

With its government in two states and one Corporation under its fold, Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party. now ranks third after the BJP and Congress, leaving behind all other regional parties.

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