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Shraddha murder case 2.0: Body of 22-year-old chopped into several pieces found near well in Azamgarh

A mutilated body of a 22-year-old woman was found in the Gauri Ka Pura of Paschimti village, in the Ahiraula police station area of ​​Azamgarh.

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As Delhi police are yet to unearth the whole mystery of the infamous Shraddha murder case, another horrifying case from Azamgarh has sparked controversy. A mutilated body of a 22-year-old woman was found in the Gauri Ka Pura of Pashchim Patti village, in the Ahiraula police station area of ​​Azamgarh.

Villagers said that on Tuesday morning, they came out for defecation and other works towards Gauri Ka Pura when they saw a semi-naked body lying in the well. The dead body of a girl was cut and thrown in it.

A huge crowd gathered at the spot. Villagers informed the police about the incident. The police said they rushed to the scene as soon as they received the information and took out the body from the well.

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SP Anurag Arya also reached the scene and found the body lying near the well on the Durvasa village to Gajhi road. The police said the accused chopped off the hands, legs and head of the victim and threw her body near the well. Police tried to identify the body but could not be identified.

SHO Yogendra Bahadur Singh said the victim’s body was chopped into several pieces. He said the matter is being currently investigated. SHO said that the incident seems to be two days old.

A similar incident took place in Delhi’s Mehrauli a few days ago when Aftab murdered his live-in partner Shraddha Walker, chopped her body into 35 pieces, stuffed them into a refrigerator, and dumped the pieces in different parts of the city over the next few weeks.

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Tripura Election 2023: CPI(M) announces candidates for 43 seats, Congress will contest on 13

The 2023 Tripura Legislative Assembly election is scheduled to be held in Tripura on February 16, 2023 to elect all 60 members of the Tripura Legislative Assembly.

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Tripura Election 2023: CPI(M) announces candidates for 43 seats, Congress will contest on 13

Tripura’s main opposition CPI(M) has declared candidates for 43 seats and kept 13 seats reserved for the Congress. Addressing a press conference, Left Front convenor Narayan said that their main objective is to oust the BJP from power. He added that they came under one banner only to oust the BJP and drive the party out of the state.

“We appeal to all anti-BJP secular and democratic forces to come together to oust the saffron party,” said Narayan. He even added that this time the party has introduced 24 more new faces, who will be contesting for the first time in this election. However, this time many veteran leaders from CPI(M) like former Chief Minister Manik Sarkar, former Finance Minister Bhanu Lal Saha, Shahid Choudhary, Badal Choudhary, Jashbir Tripura, Tapan Chakraborty and Mabasar Ali have got relief.

For the Tripura Elections 2023, out of these 60 seats, CPI(M) will contest on 43 seats, Congress on 13, CPI on 1, RSP on 1 seat and Forward Bloc on 1 while an independent candidate will contest on 1 seat. Six sitting candidates will contest in this election, while the CPI(M) state committee secretary will contest from Sabroom assembly constituency.

Kausik Chanda will now contest from Dhanpur assembly constituency, which was the home constituency of former chief minister Manik Sarkar.

For the unversed, the 2023 Tripura Legislative Assembly election is scheduled to be held in Tripura on February 16, 2023 to elect all 60 members of the Tripura Legislative Assembly. The tenure of Tripura Legislative Assembly is scheduled to end on 22 March 2023. The previous state election was held in February 2018 and BJP, Biplab Kumar Deb was was sworn in as the new CM, while the saffron party had formed its government in Tripura.  

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Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra called off over security lapse in Kashmir, Congress alleges sudden withdrawal of security

Rahul Gandhi was joined by former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Omar Abdullah while on his way to the valley.

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Rahul Gandhi-led Bharat Jodo Yatra was called off owing to lapse in security while the Yatra was enroute to Kashmir Valley on Friday. The Congress has alleged that the security forces suddenly withdrew upon learning about the crowd waiting on the route.

It reported that Rahul Gandhi had begun his Bharat Jodo Yatra as per the schedule and was anticipated to cover 11 km in the Kashmir Valley, however, after the security forces inconsistencies, the Wayanad MP had to halt the Yatra after a kilometre.

It was reported when the former Congress president led the Yatra into the Kilometre, a large crowd was waiting for them and the security forces suddenly pulled back. The Congress party has also alleged the Jammu and Kashmir administration of mismanagement to keep the crowd in check during the Yatra.

The incident took place near Banihal Tunnel enroute to Srinagar and after learning about the situation of the crowd, Rahul Gandhi had to wait for 30 minutes before a security vehicle could escort the Congress MP out of the heavily thronged place.

After the escort of Rahul Gandhi, the Yatra was cancelled for the day. Rahul Gandhi was joined by former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Omar Abdullah while on his way to the valley.

Congress Leader KC Venugopal, while talking about the incident to the media, alleged that the police forces pulled back after the Yatra crossed Banihal Tunnel. He also said that there was a lack of police force to secure Rahul Gandhi and Omar Abdullah while the situation ensued.

Venugopal also said that Rahul Gandhi was walking without security and added that the Congress Party is very troubled by the security aspect for Rahul Gandhi and the Yatra.

Bharat Jodo Yatra was supposed to enter the Kashmir Valley on Friday before finishing off the Yatra in Srinagar’s Congress Party’s office where Rahul Gandhi was to hoist the national flag.

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Days after BBC row in JNU and Jamia, 2 other universities plan to screen BBC documentary in Delhi

Delhi University’s Proctor Rajni Abbi told the press that she has informed the Delhi police in the matter and is hoping for them to take cognizance in the matter.

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BBC documentary in Delhi

After row over the BBC documentary in Jamia Islamia University and Jawaharlal Nehru University, two other Delhi universities are planning to follow suit and screen the much controversial 2 parted BBC Documentary. The students from both the Delhi university have reportedly announced the screening of BBC Documentary India: The Modi Question in Delhi University and Ambedkar University inside the campus premises.

However, reports suggest that the administration of the campus haven’t given approval of the screening of the BBC documentary. The administration have also sought aid of the Delhi police in order to take precautionary measures.

The administration is also talking to the students to reconsider the plan for screening and the police have deployed forces to safeguard the security aspect, suggest reports. The administration has also warned the students against the screening as the students will be reprimanded for their actions.

Delhi University’s Proctor Rajni Abbi told the press that she has informed the Delhi police in the matter and is hoping for them to take cognizance in the matter. She has also told the media that the Administration can’t allow the screening of the BB documentary and cited that no permission was sought by the students in the case.

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The call for screening by the students comes days after the Jamia Millia Islamia University planned to screen the 2 parted documentary. The effort by the Jamia students were thwarted by the police as riot police were deployed outside the university.

Following the police deployment, the classes were cancelled and 13 students were detained for giving the call for screening. Aside from Jamia Millia Islamia university, Jawaharlal Nehru University student’s union had also scheduled a screening, however, due to power cut, the students failed to screen the film. Hyderabad University had also screened the Documentary.

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The Government had invoked emergency powers under IT rules and directed social media platforms to block content that shares the links of the banned BBC documentary. Following the ban, the opposition parties slammed the Government move and dubbed it to be censorship.

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