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Congress chief Mallikarjun Kharge’s son Priyank Kharge calls PM Modi nalayak beta, BJP hits back

BJP leaders strongly reacted to their inappropriate statements and slammed Kharge’s son for using filthy language for the Prime Minister.

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Days after Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge called Prime Minister Narendra Modi a poisonous snake, his son Priyank Kharge has now made an objectionable remark against PM Modi and called him a nalayak beta (useless son).

During a rally in poll-bound Karnataka, Priyank referred to PM Modi’s visit to Kalaburgi and said, Recently you told the Banjara community that doesn’t worry a son of Banjara is sitting in Delhi. What to do with such a nalayak beta? How do we run the household with such a nalayak beta, he added.

A few days ago Mallikarjun Kharge said PM Modi is like a poisonous snake, you might think it’s poison or not. If you lick it, you’re dead. Quickly, he clarified that he meant that BJP’s ideology is like a snake.

After Priyank’s nalayak beta remark, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) immediately hit back at Chittapur MLA. Prakash S, a Joint spokesperson of Karnataka BJP, said Priyank Khage is outdoing the comment made by his father Mallikarjun Kharge by calling PM Modi a useless son.

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BJP leaders strongly reacted to their inappropriate statements and slammed Kharge’s son for using filthy language for the Prime Minister.

Referring to both Mallikarjun and his son’s remarks, BJP leader Chalavadi Narayanaswamy said they have a bad mouth. He asked about the need to degrade PM for elections.

He further said that he has high regard for Kharge ji because he has worked with him. Narayanaswamy said the Congress chief was not like this in Bengaluru, but don’t know what happened in Delhi. Now his son has started the same thing. He called our PM some bad filthy words. This will certainly impact elections. We are in the people’s court they will think and decide, he added.

However, Congress has defended its leader. Karnataka Congress leader Sanket Yenagi said Priyank Kharge made the statement because the PM claims to be a son of a banjara but did nothing for them.

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Manipur: N Biren Singh government declares entire state as disturbed area

The details indicate that the state as a whole, with the exception of 19 designated police station districts, has been classified as a disturbed area.

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In light of the current state of law and order, the Manipur government on Wednesday announced the whole state as a disturbed area.

The details indicate that the state as a whole, with the exception of 19 designated police station districts, has been classified as a disturbed area.

According to a notification from the state government, the authorities believe that violent activities of various extremist/insurgent groups warrant the use of the Armed Forces in aid of civil administration in the entire state of Manipur.

Manipur’s capital Imphal, Lamphel, City, Singjamei, Sekmai, Lamsang, Patsoi, Wangoi, Porompat, Heingang, Lamlai, Irilbung, Leimakhong, Thoubal, Bishnupur, Nambol, Moirang, Kakching, and Jiribam are listed among the disturbed areas that have been announced.

The notification goes on to say that due to the overall law and order situation in the state and the capability of the state machinery, the state government has decided to maintain the status quo on the present disturbed area status for a term of six months.

Tuesday saw numerous student protest marches over the kidnapping and murder of two youngsters in the state capital Imphal. Following the release of the news of the murders, a new round of protests began on Tuesday. At least 45 protestors were hurt during clashes with the Rapid Action Force (RAF).

In preparation for potential unrest, sizable contingents of Manipur Police, CRPF, and RAF soldiers have been stationed around Imphal and other regions of the state.

Manipur’s Chief Minister N Biren Singh, promised to assure the people of the state that both the state and central governments are closely working together to nab the perpetrators. The CBI has been given the case involving the murder of the two young people.

Meanwhile, as a first step to calming the unrest, Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge urged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi remove the BJP’s incompetent chief minister on Wednesday.

Additionally, he charged that the BJP has turned Manipur into a battleground by turning violence against women and children into a weapon.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits robot exhibition in Ahmedabad, inaugurates Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit

During his visit, PM Modi also enjoyed tea, served by robots at the Robotics Gallary.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited the robot exhibition at Science City in Gujrat’s Ahmedabad on September 27. PM Modi also inaugurated the Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit during his visit.
At Science City, PM Modi was accompanied by Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel and Governor Acharya Devvrat to take part in a programme marking the celebration of 20 years of Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit.

During his visit, PM Modi also enjoyed tea, served by robots at the Robotics Gallary.

Executive Chairman of ArcelorMittal Lakshmi Mittal, at a programme marking 20 years of the Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit, said we have kept a goal to increase our production capacity first 2 fold and then 3 fold. He further said we will make technologically advanced products, that will take India towards import substitution and self-reliance.

During an event marking 20 years of the Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit, PM Modi said Vibrant Gujarat is not just a programme of branding but more than that it is a programme of bonding.

He claimed that those who previously ran the central government would link Gujarat’s growth with politics. Vibrant Gujarat was something the Minister of the then central government used to refuse to attend. They used to threaten foreign investors and tried to stop foreign investors from coming to Gujarat, PM Modi added. He said even after so much of threatening, foreign investors came to Gujarat.

PM Modi further said that we not only did redevelopment of Gujarat but also thought about its future, Asserting that we made Vibrant Gujarat a key channel for this. Vibrant Gujarat was made a channel to increase the self-confidence of Gujarat and a channel to speak to the world eye to eye, the Prime Minister added.

The absence of big hotels in Gujarat made it difficult for foreign guests to stay when Vibrant Gujarat started. Even government guesthouses used to get full and we used even University guesthouses, PM Modi claimed.

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Cauvery water dispute: Karnataka to move Supreme Court challenging panel’s direction to release water to Tamil Nadu, says CM Siddaramaiah

The Cauvery Water Regulation Committee’s panel directed Karnataka to release water at the rate of 3000 cubic feet per second (cusecs) to Tamil Nadu from September 28 to October 15. 

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Cauvery water dispute: Karnataka to move Supreme Court challenging panel’s direction to release water to Tamil Nadu, says CM Siddaramaiah

Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Wednesday affirmed that his government will approach the Supreme Court challenging the Cauvery Water Regulation Committee’s order to the state to release water to Tamil Nadu.  

On Tuesday night, the Cauvery Water Regulation Committee’s panel directed Karnataka to release water at the rate of 3000 cubic feet per second (cusecs) to its neigbouring state, Tamil Nadu from September 28 to October 15. 

The conflict between the two states broke out when the Cauvery Water Management Authority (CWMA) order directed Karnataka to continue releasing 5000 cusecs of water to Tamil Nadu for another 15 days. Following the order, top Congress leaders of Karnataka maintained that there is no surplus water available to be released. 

Speaking on the matter, the Karnataka Chief Minister noted that he had spoken to the state’s legal team, which suggested that the matter should be challenged in the Supreme Court. He added that they have decided to challenge the order of the Regulation Committee before the apex court, adding that they don’t have water to give. 

Meanwhile on Tuesday, Deputy Chief Minister D K Shivakumar had expressed satisfaction over CWRC rejecting the request of Tamil Nadu, which demanded Karnataka to release 12,000 cusecs. 

As per reports, Karnataka submitted before CWRC at its meeting in New Delhi on Tuesday the shortfall in cumulative inflows to its four reservoirs in the Cauvery basin up to September 25, that hold just 53.04 per cent of their capacity.

According to Karnataka officials, owing to the failure of the south-west monsoon from June to September this year, there is no adequate storage in the four reservoirs and the state is witnessing a grave situation, where it is even difficult to cater to the drinking water requirements, let alone supplying for irrigation. Notably, this year in August and September, Karnataka received the lowest amount of rainfall in the last 123 years. 

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