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Swiggy delivery boy rides horse to drop off food packages amid heavy rain in Mumbai | WATCH



A viral video from Mumbai has been doing the rounds on social media platforms, where a Swiggy delivery boy, who was reportedly frustrated by the pouring rain and flooded roads skipped his usual ride and took a horse to drop off food orders to customers.

A user recorded the unique style of delivering food and shared it on Youtube and Twitter. The video has gained thousands of views and a lot of shares in no time.

Take a look at the video of a man delivering food order on a horse


Seeing the clever style of delivering food, several internet users started praising the man’s loyalty and dedication to his work. One of the users shared the video on Twitter and sarcastically wrote that the man took the normal food delivery to the next level, adding, this is what I call Shahi delivery. Another wrote in Hindi that reads, “Bhai ne apne kaam ko kuch zada hi serious le lia hai (brother took his work seriously).” While another asked Swiggy to give him a hike and make him employee of the year. Other users just simply filled the comment section with laugh emoticons.

Meanwhile, Mumbai has been witnessing heavy rainfall over the past few days. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued an orange alert warning. It has also been predicted that the city is likely to receive very heavy showers in the upcoming days.

Amid this, two incidents of building collapse were also reported in Kalbadevi and Sion areas. Reports said there were no casualties apart from loss of property. People were evacuated safely from the collapsed structures, the report said.

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Tejashwi Yadav hits back at Giriraj Singh for sharing edited 2 crore job promise clip, says don’t be so shameless

Bihar Deputy CM had promised 2 crore jobs as a chief ministerial candidate during the 2020 Assembly elections.



Tejashwi Yadav

Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav on Thursday slammed Union Minister Giriraj Singh for sharing an edited video clip from one of his interviews in which Yadav can be seen promising 2 crore jobs in Bihar.

Bihar Deputy CM had promised 2 crore jobs as a chief ministerial candidate during the 2020 Assembly elections.

The Union Minister shared an edited version of one of his TV interviews with Zee News. Replying on fulfilling the promise of 1 million jobs, the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader said that the promise was made as a chief ministerial candidate but, in the current formation, he is the deputy chief minister.

Sharing a video of his full reply, the RJD leader said don’t be so shameless. The plight of the BJP is because of the idiotic acts of such people who share edited videos, he tweeted.

Having a one-foot-long braid does not make one knowledgeable, he tweeted.

Asking Singh to listen full video of the interview, Yadav said these poor guys have no face in Bihar.

In the complete video, he can be heard saying that chief minister Nitish Kumar has discussed the matter with him and he is serious about job creation. Once the vote of trust is over and the government is formed, it will happen, definitely happen, he told the Zee News.

Nitish Kumar has directed the officials to provide as many jobs as possible, Yadav said.

The RJD made education, health care, irrigation, and employment the main focus areas during the 2020 elections and is committed to upgrading Bihar’s education and health system. His party also committed upgrade the farm sector for better productivity to create avenues for jobs, Yadav had said.

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Viral: Instagram influencer smoking inside aircraft video goes viral, Minister J Scindia reacts | WATCH



A viral video has been doing rounds on the Internet since Wednesday, where a social media influencer in order to get some likes and followers puts everyone’s life in danger in SpiceJet aircraft by liting a cigarette inside the plane. After getting reported by several internet users, his viral video has been taken down immediately by the social media platform.

A journalist from NDTV retweeted the viral video from his official Twitter handle, tagging the Union civil aviation minister Jyotiraditya Scindia, asking him to take strict action against the offender. To which the minister said that investigation has been initiated. There will be no tolerance for such hazardous behavior, Scindia added in his Twitter reply.

Take a look at the viral video of Instagram Influencer Bobby Kataria smoking inside an aircraft

In the short viral clip, Bobby Kataria can be seen occupying the last seats of the plane, laying down and smoking a cigarette inside the aircraft.

When the video came in limelight and questions were raised regarding the same, a SpiceJet spokesperson said their crew did not aware of the incident that took place on the flight. They came to know about the matter when the video has been shared on social media on January 24, 2022.

Defending his act, Kataria slammed the media by sharing some screenshots of the news on his Instagram account, under which he wrote that the Media only wants publicity. He further added in his post saying that the media speaks anything in order to engage the politicians.

This is not the first time Kataria has shared such an objectionable video on his social media handle. Earlier, dropped a video of himself consuming alcohol on the busy Dehradun road. Then also an investigation has been initiated by Uttarakhand’s director general of police Ashok Kumar.

If you sneak Kataria’s Instagram account, it is flooded with videos and photos where he can be seen smoking and consuming alcohol no matter if he is driving, walking on the road, or surrounded by the public.

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Uttar Pradesh court rejects bail plea of Shrikant Tyagi in assault case

Uttar Pradesh’s Surajpur court in Noida on Thursday rejected the bail plea of BJP leader Shrikant Tyagi in the assault case of a woman in public.



Shrikant Tyagi

Uttar Pradesh’s Surajpur court in Noida on Thursday rejected the bail plea of BJP leader Shrikant Tyagi in the assault case of a woman in public. The court was hearing the case which was registered under section 354 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) related to the molestation of a woman.

The court will hear the case filed under sections 420, 419, and 482 of the IPC on August 16, till then Tyagi will be lodged in greater Noida Jail.

Seeing no development in the assault case, Anu Tyagi, the wife of the Shrikant said that apologies should have been given to her husband on an immediate basis as whatever happened post-incident is just being exaggerated. She also pointed out that whatever happened in the heat of the moment by her husband should not be happened that way.

Anu Tyagi told the media that things turned out unexpected and wrong. She said the main topic of the case was that her husband insulted a woman and the case should have been treated like that. But now, everything have being dragged into the case. From their cars, trees, land, house, everything became illegal, Anu Tyagi, wife of Shrikant added.

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Anu Tyagi further revealed that they were just trying to plant trees on society’s premises. She said her husband would have said sorry easily at that moment but he was being provoked. Even she and her kids are also being treated badly by people around them.

Meanwhile, four days after the incident, UP police on Tuesday napped Shrikant Tyag from Merrut. He was arrested for abusing and hitting a fellow resident of Noida’s posh society.

Tyagi has been charged in the case under IPC section 354 (assault or use of criminal force on any woman). Later, different charges under IPC sections 323 (voluntarily causing hurt), 504 (intentional insult to provoke breach of public peace), 506 (criminal intimidation), 447 (criminal trespass) have been imposed on Tyagi.

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