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Maharashtra crisis: Eknath Shinde takes refuge in Balasaheb, calls his band of MLAs Shiv Sena Balasaheb

On Saturday, Eknath Shinde wrote a letter to the CM Uddhav Thackeray and slammed the government for withdrawing the security of rebelling MLAs and their families.

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Rebel Shiv Sena leader Eknath Shinde and other MLAs named their group as Shiv Sena Balasaheb on Saturday. The name was announced during a meeting led by Shinde at Radisson Blu Hotel in Guwahati.

Speaking to ANI, rebel Shiv Sena MLA Deepak Kesarkar said the group will be called Shiv Sena Balasaheb and will not merge with any party.

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On Saturday, Eknath Shinde wrote a letter to the CM Uddhav Thackeray and slammed the government for withdrawing the security of rebelling MLAs and their families. He called the move sinister and out of revenge.

However, Home Minister Dilip Walse-Patil claimed that no MLA’s security has been withdrawn and given the prevailing situation, the Home Department has decided to provide security at the residence of MLAs.

Maharashtra political crisis: Eknath Shinde writes to CM Uddhav Thackeray, says government is responsible for protecting MLAs and their families

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Actor-Politician Ravi Kishan duped of Rs 3 crore, case filed

Ravi Kishan given the money to accused Jain Jitendra Ramesh in 2012. But at the time of returning, the Mumbai-based businessman allegedly handed him 12 cheques of ₹ 34 lakh each.

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Actor-Politician Ravi Kishan has again made it to the headline after being deceived by a Mumbai-based businessman. Ravi Kishan’s public relation officer revealed on Tuesday that the 53 year old has been allegedly duped of ₹ 3.25 crore.

Reportedly the former Bhojpuri actor had given the money to accused Jain Jitendra Ramesh in 2012. But at the time of returning, the Mumbai-based businessman allegedly handed him 12 cheques of ₹ 34 lakh each.

Ravi Kishan, who is also the Lok Sabha MP from Gorakhpur, on December 7, 2021 deposited one of the cheques at an SBI bank branch but it bounced. His PRO Pawan Dubey said on Tuesday that Ravi continued talks with Ramesh for the return of his money. But when failed to get a satisfactory answer, he filed a police complaint was lodged,

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Viral: UP Dalit man thrashed on suspicion of theft, hung upside down in well | Watch 

While taking the incident as a representation of the whole country being plagued with casteist incidents ,one user remarked that either the lawmakers have not been fulfilling their duties or the belief of Manusmriti has been taking over the country.

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A viral video has come to light from UP’s Jaunpur district where a Dalit man can be seen being thrashed and tortured after suspicion of theft. In the video, the man can be seen being dragged to a nearby by his clothes where two men can be seen hanging the Dalit man upside down into the well. 

The video also shows the man being tied to a pillar where he is being confronted by a mob of men on suspicion of theft. The way of punishing the man can be called heinous and torturous as the man can be seen pleading in every possible way to stop the two men from torturing him. 

After the video of a Dalit man being tortured in the video emerged on the internet, many Twitter users came forward to condemn the actions taken by the men in the video. While taking the incident as a representation of the whole country being plagued with casteist incidents, one user remarked that either the lawmakers have not been fulfilling their duties or the belief of Manusmriti has been taking over the country.

The user further added that this is the reason for rampant caste-based violence in the country. Another user, however, tried to dismiss the caste angle by stating that a thief doesn’t have a caste, implying he becomes a thief by the deed he does. He suggested that it wasn’t important to consider the caste angle.

A similar incident transpired in August in UP’s Muzaffarnagar where a Dalit man was thrashed by the former village head on camera with slippers. The video of the incident went viral after which, the UP police took cognizance of the issue and booked the two people who thrashed the Dalit man. The accused in the video were booked under the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and the SC/ST Prevention of Atrocities Act.

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Bihar youth gets government job, first in Muzaffarpur village after 75 years of independence, villagers ecstatic

The story is from Sohagpur village of Katra block in Bihar’s Muzaffarpur district. The village has a population of around 2000 people.

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Amid the huge government job craze in Bihar, there is a village where not even a single person has had a government job since independence but a Muzaffarpur village youth has broken this record.

Even after completing 75 years of independence, no one could get a government job in the entire village, but now a village youth, Rakesh Kumar, has broken this record after becoming a government teacher, the first government job since Independence.

A video of villagers’ response to Rakesh’s success in government jobs is doing rounds. In the video, a reporter can be seen asking the villagers about their feeling after getting the first government job holder in the village.

The video shows the villagers are happy and celebrating the success of one of their village youth in a government job.

The story is from Sohagpur village of Katra block in Bihar’s Muzaffarpur district. The village has a population of around 2000 people.

Speaking to the reporter, a villager said Rakesh Kumar, son of late Ram Lal Chaudhary of the village, has achieved this position due to his true dedication and hard work. This is the first man since independence who has made the name of their village bright with his hard work and dedication, this will inspire other students too, another villager told the local reporter.

After school education at the village’s government school, Rakesh studied Master of Commerce (M.Com) from the Darbhanga university and then passed the B.ed examination from Rajasthan.

Kumar has been appointed in the primary school in Barkurwa village of Muzaffarpur district

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