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BJP to reach out to 20 cr homes through ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ prog



BJP national vice-president Vasundhara Raje on Saturday said two resolutions will be passed during National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting and topics or issues of political resolution will be decided by the Committee.

She also said that party will launching several new outreach programmes like ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ and further strengthen ‘panna pramukh’. The BJP NEC will also make a statement on state of affairs in Telangana.

Sharing the details of national office-bearers’ meet, former Rajasthan Chief Minister Raje said that the two resolutions one political and second economic will be passed in the NEC after discussion.

“During national office-bearers meet, draft of resolutions was discussed,” she said.

Asked about recent killing in Udaipur and Supreme Court’s comment on Nupur Sharma’s controversial statement, Raje said that topics of political resolution will be decided by the NEC.

She informed that the recent Assembly polls of Uttar Pradesh, Manipur, Uttarakhand and Goa, local bodies polls, bypolls of Rampur, Azamgarh and Tripura were also discussed.

She said that as part of ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’, the BJP will launch ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ to connect with people and to make it a large movement. “We are trying to reach out 20 crore homes during the campaign,” she said.

“The national office-bearers meet also emphasise on more pravas of leaders so that they stay among the people.”

Emphasis also given on further strengthening of booth. “It has been decided to form team of 200 active workers at each booth, form Whatsapp group,” she said.


Urfi Javed Gets Death Threats For Dressing Up As Rajpal Yadav’s Chhota Pandit, Shares Screenshots




Actress and social media sensation Urfi Javed recently claimed that she received several death threats after she uploaded photos and videos of herself dressed up as Chhota Pandit, a character which was played by actor Rajpal Yadav in the 2007 film, Bhool Bhulaiyaa.

Urfi took to her X handle (formerly known as Twitter) to share screenshots of the messages which she received from people after she shared the post.

In one of the screenshots, a man can be seen to have mailed Urfi that it wouldn’t take him long to end her life if she did not delete the post.

Another man e-mailed the actress that she will be shot dead in the middle of the road for insulting Hindu religion.

Along with the screenshots, Uorfi also shared a picture of herself dressed up as Chhota Pandit, and a photo of Rajpal Yadav himself dressed up as the character.

“I’m just shocked and appalled by this country mahn , I’m getting death threats in recreating a character from a movie where as that character didn’t get any backlash,” she wrote.

The actress is yet to say if she will take any action against the threats.

Police complaints against Urfi

This is not the first time that the actress has received threats or hate for her sartorial choices. Uorfi is often seen grabbing eyeballs with her quirky and out-of-the-box fashion choices.

A few days ago, she was seen visiting the Bandra police station in Mumbai after a complaint was filed against her for wearing “objectionable outfits” in public.

Earlier too, several complaints and FIRs have been lodged against the actress for clothes and for “obscene acts in public and social media”.

However, Urfi remains unfazed by the hate and she has time and again stated that she will continue dressing up as she likes and that she will not be bogged down by trolls.

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Mumbai Viral Video: Cop Picks Up Father And His 5-Month-Old Son In Police Vehicle Amidst Ganpati Visarjan-Led Traffic, Wins Hearts




The official picked up the father-son duo in his police vehicle after they were refused a trip by several taxi drivers. It was learned that the police extended assistance after the other mode of transport refused a drive due to Ganesh Visarjan-led traffic in the area. 

Mumbai Police is known for its friendliness towards the public, not only due to their creative social media posts but also for their helping hand on the ground level. In an adorable case that has gone viral and left netizens impressed, a cop was seen providing a lift to a father and his five-month-old child in the city’s Charni Road area.

Father thanks Mumbai Police

Identified as father Aman Vora shared the incident on X (formerly Twitter) and said, “We were at Charni Rd Station and it was raining. No taxi driver was ready to come because of Ganesh Visarjan and my 5 month old son was crying but @MumbaiPolice helped us to reach our destination. (sic)” He also thanked the police for the kind deed as he added, “My sincere gratitude❤️ Jay Maharashtra. Jay Hind.”

Video goes viral & wins hearts

The clip was retweeted by the official X handle of Mumbai Police with a caption that read: “A child’s happiness is a statement of its own. Words cannot adequately describe it.” No sooner, the video caught the attention of netizens and attracted more than 340K views on the social media platform. The gesture was saluted by people as they hailed the cop for the help.

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Mumbai: ‘Don’t Disrespect Our Father’ Supriya Sule Warns BJP




NCP Working President Supriya Sule issued a warning saying ‘disrespect us, but not our father’ while addressing the party gathering in Mumbai on Wednesday.

Slamming the BJP and referring to it as the most corrupt party in the country, she said, “Disrespect us, but not our father (Sharad Pawar). This fight is against the BJP government. BJP is the most corrupt party in the country.”

Supriya Sule hits out at state govt

She also hit out at BJP, Ajit Pawar, and Eknath Shinde-led government and alleged that BJP is using Income Tax, CBI, and Enforcement Directorate to threaten the party MLAs. However, she claimed NCP will give an appropriate answer very soon.

Referring to Ajit Pawar’s advise to Pawar Sr to retire while mentioning his age, Supriya Sule said, “Age is just a number.” She also cited Ratan Tata, Amitabh Bachchan and Cyrus Punawala to prove her argument that a person can be active and work for the society if he has the will to do so.
Striking an emotional chord, Sharad Pawar’s daughter also said that daughters are the best support for a father when it is required.

“Instead of asking them to sit at home and give blessings, daughters are better. They become the support system for their fathers when the house is in danger,” she said.

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