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CM Yogi said that now there can be no riot in the state.  Festivals and festivals are celebrated with joy here.  - Dainik Bhaskar

CM Yogi said that now there can be no riot in the state. Festivals and festivals are celebrated with joy here.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has warned anyone who spoils the atmosphere before the elections. At the party’s Backward Classes convention in Lucknow on Sunday, the CM said that if anyone riots in the state, then his 7 generations will have to compensate for it. In the conference held in the Panchayat Bhawan, Yogi said that the nature of the previous government was in the riots. Earlier the identity of the state was the riots. Because, the governments used to give shelter to the rioters. The people of the state were oppressed by the riots. False cases were filed. The idol of the one who made the idol was not sold. The lamps of the one who made the lamps were broken. Read full news here…

Today’s other big news…

Navjot Sidhu seeks time to meet Sonia Gandhi
Punjab Congress President Navjot Sidhu has written a letter to the interim president of the party, Sonia Gandhi, seeking an appointment. Sidhu has mentioned the important issues in the letter, which should be given priority attention. At the same time, he has presented a 13-point agenda regarding the Congress manifesto for the 2022 assembly elections, which he has described as the Punjab model.

15 killed in landslides in Kerala

Incessant rains in Kerala have worsened the situation. So far 15 people have died and more than 8 are missing in the incidents of floods and landslides in the state. Deaths have been reported from Thodupuzha in Idukki and Kootikkal in Kokkayar, Kottayam district. It is being said to be one of the heaviest rains in the state in recent years. The hilly areas of Kottayam, Idukki and Pathanamthitta are more affected by the floods. At the same time, the rivers in Meenachal and Manimala are in spate. Several people have been injured in rain-related incidents. Also, many people have been shifted to safer places.

Oil prices increased for the 14th time in 17 days
Government oil companies have increased their prices for the third consecutive day today i.e. on Sunday. Petrol and diesel prices have been increased by 35-35 paise per liter in Delhi today. After the increase in the prices of petrol and diesel, the price of petrol in Delhi has reached Rs 105.84 and the price of diesel has reached Rs 94.57 per liter. Petrol and diesel have become costlier 14 times in 17 days this month. Due to this, petrol has become costlier by Rs 4.20 and diesel by Rs 4.70 in the capital Delhi. Read full news here…

Gunmen kidnap 17 American Christian missionaries in Haiti
17 American Christian missionaries and their families have been kidnapped by a gang in Haiti. The incident happened when all the missionaries were on their way out of an orphanage in the capital, Port-au-Prince. These people were going towards the airport by bus to drop some members of their group. Children of missionaries are also among those who have been kidnapped. Read full news here…

Main accused and former minister Mahipal Maderna passed away in Bhanwari case

Mahipal Maderna, once a Congress stalwart and a staunch opponent of Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, died in Jodhpur on Sunday morning. He was 69 years old and was suffering from cancer for some time. During his tenure as the Water Resources Minister in the state, he was removed from the post of minister in connection with the kidnapping and murder of Bhanwari Devi, an ANM of Jodhpur district. In this case, he was in jail for about ten years. Recently he got bail from the High Court. Read full news here…

Banka youth dies in Srinagar terror attack
Arvind Kumar Sah, a resident of Barahat in Banka district of Bihar, was also killed in a terrorist attack on Saturday at Idgah in Kashmir’s Srinagar. The information of the death came on Saturday evening on the same mobile, on which Arvind used to talk to his mother for hours in the morning. Arvind had promised to talk to his mother again after leaving the shop at night. The bullets of the terrorists did not allow it to be completed. He used to set up a Golgappa shop in Kashmir for 10 years. He remained there even when the situation in Kashmir was bad. When things got back to normal, he lost his life. Read full news here…

The car rammed into the idol immersion procession in Bhopal, the driver ran after crushing one

During the Durga idol immersion, tension prevailed in the station Bajaria area late on Saturday night when a madman rammed his speeding car into the immersion procession. When there was a stampede in the crowd, the driver panicked and to save his life, he reversed his car and started running. During this he grabbed a young man. Running away after crushing him in the car. After the incident, when the people involved in the immersion created a ruckus, the police had to resort to a mild lathi charge. Read full news here…

churning in delhi on changes in rajasthan
There was a churn in Delhi on Saturday evening on the changes in the organization of power in Rajasthan. The cabinet reshuffle, the formula for political and organizational appointments were discussed in the meeting which lasted for about a quarter of an hour at Rahul Gandhi’s residence. More meetings are expected in the future. Priyanka Gandhi, organization general secretary KC Venugopal, in-charge Ajay Maken and Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot were present. After the meeting, all the leaders left without interacting with the media. Read full news here…

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