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Innocent fury: Child threatens teacher, mere papa police mein hai, goli maar denge

The video is from the Saraswati Play School. So far, it has garnered over 56.7K views and over 350 retweets.

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Innocent fury: Child threatens teacher, mere papa police mein hai, goli maar denge

We have seen plenty of videos of students and teachers being surfaced on social media. While one video shows a little boy humbly apologizing to his teacher for his behaviour, another shows siblings complaining to their teacher about one another. But one such endearing video of cute banter between a student and a teacher is doing the rounds online.

A video that is shared by an account named Zindagi Gulzar Hai on Twitter shows a child threatening his teacher innocently. He is heard saying ‘Mere papa police mein hai’ to his teacher. The teacher also replied and said that if your father is in the police, then what? Responding to this, he, while sobbing, said ‘Goli Maar Denge’ (that he would shoot). Then the teacher said, Whom will he kill? In response, he said that the gun had been kept above the box. Then the teacher said will you kill me? The child says yes.

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The video is going viral like crazy. So far, it has garnered over 56.7K views and over 350 retweets. The video is from the Saraswati Play School. Some find this video funny, while others don’t want people to encourage such acts.

One of the users commented that after ‘Chacha Vidhayak Hain Hamare’, another dialogue has come ‘Papa Police Mein Hai Hamare’.

Another user wrote, Why does this thought come to his mind and how can he be too aggressive at an age when one is expected to be a blank paper to induct only good vibes.

A few days ago, a video of a little child pleading to his school teacher had gone viral. In the video, the little boy was seeking forgiveness from his teacher who seemed angry over the student’s disobedience. The boy was seen continuously apologizing and promising the teacher that he wouldn’t repeat his mistakes. He even kisses her several times.

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Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot dares Amit Shah over pressure to frame Modi allegations, dares him to name officers involved

CM Ashok Gehlot’s challenge to Union Home Minister Amit Shah comes after he spoke to the media in a Media conclave and leveled that the CBI had pressured him to frame the then Gujarat CM Narendra Modi in a fake encounter case.

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Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has hit back at the allegations leveled by Home Minister Amit Shah and challenged him to name the CBI officials involved in pressuring him to frame his party colleague and then Gujarat CM Narendra Modi in a fake encounter case.

Gehlot, while speaking to the media, said that if Delhi Police can ask for the details of the alleged sexual assault victims in Jammu and Kashmir from Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, then the police can do the same and ask for the names of the CBI officers who allegedly pressurized Shah to frame Modi.

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Rajasthan CM was referring to the questioning done by Delhi police on Congress leader Rahul Gandhi after he claimed that during the Bharat Jodo Yatra, he claimed to have met women who were allegedly still getting sexually assaulted in the Union Territory. Following the claims by the Congress leader and more than a month after the conclusion of Bharat Jodo Yatra, Delhi police served notice to the Congress leader and arrived at his residence to question him on it.

CM Ashok Gehlot’s challenge to Union Home Minister Amit Shah comes after he spoke to the media in a Media conclave and leveled that the CBI had pressured him to frame the then Gujarat CM Narendra Modi in a fake encounter case. At the time, UPA was in power, highlighted the home minister.

Home Minister Amit Shah’s claims came as a counter to the Opposition that has alleged misuse of central agencies against the Opposition Parties for political benefits and dubbed it to be vendetta politics.

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Delhi liquor policy scam: Court dismisses AAP leader Manish Sisodia’s bail plea

Sisodia’s bail plea was rejected by the court even after his lawyers argued that the central probe agency did not find any incriminating evidence against him during the investigation.

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The Delhi court on Friday dismissed the bail plea of former Deputy Delhi Chief Minister Manish Sisodia in connection with the now-scrapped liquor policy scam.

A special CBI court in Delhi’s Rouse Avenue headed by M K Nagpal rejected the bail application of the senior Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader in a CBI case pertaining to the alleged irregularities in the framing and implementation of the now-scrapped Delhi excise policy.

Sisodia’s bail plea was rejected by the court even after his lawyers argued that the central probe agency did not find any incriminating evidence against him during the investigation.

Earlier, the court extended the CBI custody of the former education minister of Delhi because it alleged that the minister didn’t cooperate with the CBI team during the interrogation. However, this time Sisodia’s lawyers argued that he cooperated in the investigation and none of the CBI’s searches revealed anything that would require his further custody.

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The probe agency also claimed that Sisodia said he destroyed phones as he wanted to upgrade them but nothing of that kind happened.

Manish Sisodia is being separately interrogated by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and Enforcement Directorate (ED) in the money laundering case linked to the Delhi liquor policy scam.

Sisodia was arrested by the CBI on February 26 and was later arrested by the ED in March 9 in Tihar Jail. Meanwhile, Delhi’s Rouse Avenue Court extended the judicial custody of Sisodia till April 5.

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Gujarat HC imposes Rs 25,000 fine on Arvind Kejriwal for asking details of PM Modi’s degree, says it’s not needed

The HC directed Kejriwal to deposit the fine with the Gujarat State Legal Services Authority within four weeks.

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The Gujarat High Court on Friday revoked the 2016 order of the Central Information Commission (CIC) directing the Gujarat University to reveal the details of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s MA degree, stating that the information is not needed.

The court also imposed a fine of Rs 25,000 on Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for asking for details of PM Modi’s college degree. The HC directed Kejriwal to deposit the fine with the Gujarat State Legal Services Authority within four weeks.

Responding to HC’s order and the fine imposed, Kejriwal tweeted, Does the country not have the right to know how educated their PM is? They vehemently opposed showing the degree in the court. Why? And those who demand to see their degree will be fined? What is this happening? Illiterate or less educated PM is very dangerous for the country, he added.

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The Gujarat High Court held that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s degree and post-graduate degree certificates are not required to be provided by the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO).

PM Modi’s election documents say he graduated from Gujarat University in 1978 and completed his Master’s degree from Delhi University in 1983.

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