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Entire country knows that our PM is anti-dalit, says Congress president

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After Saffron party has proved that being called anti-dalit is just tittle-tattle by their steps taken for Dr. Ambedkar who was a dalit, yet oppositions parties have decided to play around dalit vote bank by raising an issue of making or vandalizing Dr. Ambedkar statues.

Like-wise, Ram Mandir-Babri Masjid dispute case was one of the most spoken and debated issue and now dalit is an add-on. Congress Chief Rahul Gandhi has called Prime Minister Narendra Modi an 
anti-dalit, despite PM laid the foundation stone in favour of building a Dr. Ambedkar National Memorial, at 26 Alipur Road in New Delhi

Gandhi during a current fast against allegedly growing caste violence, communalism and non-functioning of Parliament under the governance of BJP said, “Entire country knows that our PM is anti-dalit, it is not a secret anymore.”

On question about the general elections in 2019, he further added, “A few days ago one BJP leaders said that opposition leaders are animals but reality is everyone is against the current government because they have always been against the dalits, tribals, minorities and farmers. We will defeat them in the 2019 general election for sure."

The government is collectively developing the nation considering which they have implemented and started many fruitful ways to progress. Pradhan Mantri Jan Suraksha Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Suraksha Bima Yojana, Beti Bachao Beti Parhao Yojana, Pradhan Mantrari Protsahan Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana etc..

The ruling party has been seen taking such initiatives for dalit category across the nation. As planned, a statue in Mumbai’s sea-front at Indu Mills in Dadar which is to be completed in another 36 months, yet opposition party is against the humanitarian levels of BJP. 2019 general elections is the only wait that the country has to see the authenticity of the BJP’s governance.

(Writer is an Assistant News Editor of News MantraCleardot)

BJP MP slammed who feel shy to say ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’

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Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLA from Bairia Surendra Singh on Sunday slammed those who are not in favor or shy to say Bharat Mata Ki Jai, saying they are Pakistanis.

Such controversial statement has been noticed even earlier by Singh in January 2018 when he had claimed that India would become a Hindu nation by the year 2024, breaking the constitutional oath he took to bear true faith and allegiance to the Constitution of India.

"There are a very few Muslims who are patriotic. Once India becomes a Hindu 'rashtra' (Hindu nation), Muslims who assimilate into our culture will stay in India. Those who will not are free to take asylum in any other country," Bairia MLA Surendra Singh had said.

Singh was also in headlines for his comment on Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Singh had described Prime Minister Narendra Modi as an 'avatari purush' (reincarnation of a deity).

He was quoted saying, "By the grace of God, India is going to be a global superpower thanks to the leadership of PM Modi and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. Not only will India become a 'vishwa guru', it will also become a Hindu 'rashtra' by 2024."

Not only against Hindus and Non Hindus, Singh had also attacked the Congress and its chief Rahul Gandhi saying, "There are two sets of values in Rahul Gandhi - one is Italian, while the other one is Indian...He can never become the torchbearer of the Indian thought."

The BJP lawmaker had said that Gandhi scion could coin any slogan to become the prime minister of the country, but he lacked the strength and values to make India strong.

(With Agency Inputs)


Parrikar presents budget in state assembly

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Hours later, when Goa Chief Minsiter Manohar Parrikar, on Thursday got discharged from Mumbai's Lilavati hospital, tabled the budget in the state assembly.

Parrikar was facing a serious ailment of pancreatitis for which he was being treated in Mumbai since February 15.

The Budget session of the Goa Legislative Assembly, which began on February 19, saw an unexpected delay in wake of Parrikar's pancreatitis illness.

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After Bringing ‘Bachha’ will win more than 150 seats: B. S. Yeddyurappa

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An election in Karnataka, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President of state B. S. Yeddyurappa, identified Congress Party President Rahul Gandhi as ‘Bachha’ on Wednesday and said that it would be easy now to defeat the ruling party from the state.

Former Chief Minister of State and BJP’s chief ministerial candidate for the upcoming Karanataka assembly election Mr. Yeddyurappa declared that his party now would win more than 150 seats in the state.

“By bringing that Bachha ‘Kid’ (Rahul Gandhi) in Karnataka, we now ensure that we will win more than 150 seats here,” Yeddyurappa said at a BJP social media conclave.

Previously, the Karnataka BJP chief had called Rahul Gandhi an ‘election Hindu’. Commenting on Rahul Gandhi’s religion, B. S. Yeddyurappa took to his Twitter account and in a ‘welcome’ message for Rahul Gandhi, he had said, “I heartily welcome #ElectionHindu Rahul Gandhi to Ballari.”

(With Agency Inputs)


Raj CM withdraws bill to protect judges, public servants

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Rajasthan chief minister Vasundhara Raje has decided to withdraw a controversial bill that sought to protect current serving and former judges after the protest.

The bill also included magistrates and public servants in the state from being investigated for on-duty action without its prior sanction. 

The Criminal Laws (Rajasthan Amendment) Ordinance, 2017, promulgated on September 7, also sought to bar the media from reporting on accusations till the sanction to proceed with the probe is obtained. However after protests by the Opposition, journalists and lawyers, the Bill was later referred to a select committee in the Assembly.

In December, the ordinance lapsed as it couldn't be presented to the House on time.

As per the media reports, “We sent the Bill to the select committee, we let the ordinance lapse and today it is not law, what should we withdraw? But we are still withdrawing it,” Raje  replied to the Budget debate in the Assembly.

Under its provisions, the media could not report on the accusation against such a person till the prosecution was given the go-ahead from the sanctioning authority.

Recently, the government had granted the select committee more time to submit its report on the Bill. On February 5, home minister Gulab Chand Kataria had moved a proposal to this effect in the House on the first day of the Budget session, which the Opposition had opposed, added the report.

State Congress President Sachin Pilot said the bill should have been withdrawn “a long time ago”. “Rajasthan’s image has gone down because of the stubborn attitude of this government in not shelving the bill immediately after the ordinance lapsed,” Pilot said after the announcement.

(With agency inputs)