Month: October 2017

RSS worker murder: Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan meets BJP, RSS leaders over growing cases of violence in state

Head of Government of Kerala, Pinarayi Vijayan today convened a meeting with BJP-RSS leaders in the State in the context of recent political violence and the murder of an RSS worker here.

BJP Vital president, kummanam rajasekharan, former union minister and MLA, O Rajagopal and RSS leader, G Gopalankuttyare, attended the meeting with the head of government. The Secretary of State of the PCI (M) Kodiyeri Balakrishnan also at the meeting.

When the Prime Minister came to the appointment, a group of members who were present TV to take video footage before the start of the meeting was questioned by Vijayan to leave.

On Tuesday, the governor of Kerala, P Sathasivam, had convened the Prime Minister and DGP Loknath Behara about the incident. The Minister assured that he would meet with the leaders of the BJP state and RSS.

Vijayan and the DGP met with the governor separately after being summoned by Raj Bhavan to determine the following measures recent violent incidents, including the murder of 34-year-old Rajesh on July 29.

The state had witnessed a series of violent incidents involving workers BJP-RSS and CPI-M, with the capital district, killed by the bombing of incidents against rival houses of revelers in recent days.

The BJP state office was destroyed on July 28, when stones were thrown at the home of Kodiyeri Balakrishnan’s son, Bineesh Kodiyeri, Minister of State (M).

Rajesh was murdered by a machete-driven story-rolling band here on Saturday. His left arm was severed and there were several injuries along his body. The BJP had requested hath sunrise until dusk last year in protest of the incident.

Police said seven people, including the first accused Manikandan, historian, were arrested in the killing of RSS workers. It was said that the attack was due to personal enmity between Manikandan and the victim during the last half year.

Yesterday, Union Minister Rajnath Singh spoke with the Chief Minister and expressed concern about the attacks on political workers in Kerala and said that political violence was unacceptable in a democracy.

While state President BJP, kummanam rajasekharan, claimed that the PCI (M) was behind the attack, district chief PCI (M) denied the party’s role in the attack.

The Secretary of State of the PCI (M) Kodiyeri Balakrishnan said that the murder of RSS worker was a fallout from personal rivalry and his party had nothing to do with it.

However, Rajasekharan claimed that the CPI-M was trying to eliminate its political opponents and urged them to refrain from violence. The opposition Congress noted a swift Kozhikode yesterday to protest against the politics of violence.

BSP leader shot dead outside Allahabad University; supporters torch bus, attack hospital

A leader of the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) was shot dead at a shelter near Allahabad University in Allahabad in Uttar Pradesh Monday night, police said Tuesday.

Energetic BSP activists staged a violent protest and set fire to a bus that demanded the authors’ premature arrest. Strong police forces were rushed near Indian Press Crossing to control the situation.

Preliminary investigations revealed that Rajesh Yadav had gone to meet someone at the Tara Chand Hostel with his friend, Dr. Mukul Singh, where he had an altercation with some people.

Dr. Singh told police that some people attacked the BSP chief and shot him around 2:30.

Yadav suffered a gunshot wound in the stomach and was transported to a private hospital by Dr. Singh where he died during his treatment.

Allahabad police chief Siddarth Shankar Meena said the empty cartridges were found in the Yadav vehicle.
According to media reports, on Tuesday two buses were set on fire and a hospital was reportedly attacked by BSP workers.

Police investigate the incident and an FIR will be filed after receiving a complaint, authorities said.

Originally from the village of Bhadohi in Duguna, Yadav challenged the assembly elections of Uttar Pradesh in 2017 on a BSP ticket.

Reports indicated that Yadav lived with his family in Haritkunj apartment near Chandrashekhar Azad Park.

Resolve to force poverty, communalism to quit India: PM Narendra Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday called for the launch of a mega campaign “Sankalp Siddhi is” to celebrate the 70th anniversary of India’s freedom, in order to free the country from corruption, communality, caste , Terrorism, dirt and poverty.

Giving one more indication that he has set his sights beyond 2019, Modi said that like the five years between 1942, when the standing movement of India began, and 1947, when India gained freedom, it became The decisive period in the history of the nation, has seen a new five-year period, 2017-2022, so crucial to solve the most important problems of India.

Speaking in his monthly radio address, Mann Ki Baat, the prime minister also expressed satisfaction with the progress of the tax system on the goods and services tax (GST), one month after its entry into force. The GST, Modi said, is not just a tax reform, but a new campaign of economic and social reform.

The MP mentioned the recent floods in Assam, Gujarat, Rajasthan and West Bengal, and said that significant relief was given to flood-affected states and crop insurance companies were invited to be proactive in paying the The farmers concerned.

“We must celebrate August 15, 2017 as a result of Sankalp Parva or resolution of the day, and in 2022 on the occasion of 75 years of freedom, we have to make our year 2017. In this August resolution, it must unite and resolve. : Dirt, Quit India, Poverty, Quit India, Corruption, Quit India;

Terrorism, India stopped; Castes, Quit India; Communism, Quit India! The launch of a mega Sankalp campaign is Siddhi – Achievement Through Resolve -. On August 9 for a new India, “said the prime minister urged citizens to use all kinds of forums to carry out this task, including the online platforms.

The PM also sought the ideas of the people to integrate into his speech on Independence Day. He said he had heard “complaints” in which his earlier Independence speeches were too long and he was going to try to keep the next direction.

Indian festivals are instruments of social improvement, which have a direct relationship with the economic conditions of the poor, said the prime minister, and urged people to use objects made by the poor during the holidays ahead of Raksha Bandhan, Janamashtami , Ganesh Chaturthi and Independence Day.

As for the GST, the prime minister said that only a month later, his “benefits can already be observed.” He said he felt very happy and satisfied when a bad writing to say how, because of the GST, the prices of several staples were reduced.

“Customer confidence in traders increases – in fact, there has been a positive effect on our economy in a very short time.The speed at which a seamless transition took place, and rapid migration and new registrations, Has provoked a new sense of confidence in the country, “he said.

In the devastating flood scenario in some states, he said he was fully overseen and that various agencies such as the Army, FAI, National Response to Disaster Force (NDRF) and paramilitary forces are involved in rescue and rescue operations.