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Digvijaya Singh to accompany four MLAs to Bhopal on Thursday afternoon

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Amid trading of charges between the ruling Congress and the opposition BJP in Madhya Pradesh, the existential crisis facing the Kamal Nath government has abated as four of the 10 MLAs who went missing are likely to return to the ruling dispensation’s fold by Thursday afternoon.

Congress sources said that these four MLAs are likely to accompany former Chief Minister Digvijaya Singh to Bhopal by a chartered plane on Thursday afternoon. The sources said that MLAs Bisahu Lal Singh, Hardip Singh Dang, Raghuraj Kasana and Independent Surender Singh Shera were in Delhi and Bengaluru.

Digvijaya Singh had claimed that Congress MLAs were lured away to Delhi with the promise of Rs 25 crore to Rs 35 crore. Bahujan Samaj Party MLA Ram Bai was allegedly rescued from a hotel in Gurugram in Haryana.

The BSP lawmaker and five other MLAs — BSP’s Sanjiv Singh Kushwaha, Samajwadi Party’s Rajesh Shukla, and Congress men Aidel Singh Kasana, Ranveer Jatav and Kamlesh Jatav — returned to Bhopal on Wednesday evening, much to the relief of the ruling party circles.

These MLAs held a meeting with Chief Minister Kamal Nath for several hours, during which Congress incharge of party affairs Deepak Bawaria was also present.

Digvijaya Singh had claimed that five BJP leaders from the state were involved in luring away the MLAs from the ruling camp. On the other hand, former minister Narottam Mishra alleged that the whole drama was staged in view of the impending Rajya Sabha elections in the state.

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Amit Shah pays obeisance at Mata Kheer Bhawani temple in Kashmir

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Union Home Minister Amit Shah paid obeisance at the Mata Kheer Bhawani temple shrine in J&K’s Ganderbal district on Monday at the end of his three-day visit to the union territory.

Extraordinary security arrangements were made in and around the Mata Kheer Bhawani temple in Tullamulla town of Ganderbal district for Shah’s visit.

Heavy deployment of police and paramilitary forces was made in Ganderbal town where the home minister landed in a helicopter and was then driven to the nearly 5 kilometre long distance to the temple shrine accompanied by Lt Governor Manoj Sinha.

Mata Kheer Bhawani temple shrine is the holiest religious place of worship for the Kashmiri Pandit community.

After their exodus from the Valley in early 1990s, migrant Pandits from different parts of the country have been arriving at Tullamulla to attend the annual festival at the deity’s temple shrine.

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Priyanka promises to give healthcare up to Rs 10L free in UP

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Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has promised free healthcare up to Rs 10 lakh if the party comes to power in the state.

Priyanka in a tweet in Hindi on Monday said, “During the corona period and the fever spread in the state, due to the negligence of the government, the health services have collapsed which everyone has witnessed… and now if Congress comes to power treatment up to Rs 10 lakh will be provided free for any disease.”

She said she had taken consent of the manifesto committee and this announcement would be a part of that.

On Saturday she had announced seven resolutions of the party which includes — power bills would be cut by half, sugarcane rates would be increased to Rs 400 and farm loans will be waived.

Earlier, she also announced to give smartphones and electronic scooty to girls if the party comes to power in the state. She said, “I met some students, they said they need smartphones to study and for security. I am happy that with consent of the manifesto committee, the UP Congress today took a decision to give smartphones to the girls who pass Intermediate and electronic scooty to Bachelor students.”

Priyanka had also announced that her party would give 40 per cent tickets to women in the upcoming Assembly elections. She said that all women who want to bring about a change in the system, are welcome to come forward and contest elections.

Priyanka flagged-off three ‘Pratigya yatras’ in Uttar Pradesh on Saturday aimed at garnering support for the party from every part of the state ahead of the crucial 2022 Assembly polls.

The first route from Awadh in Barabanki joining the districts of Bundelkhand till Jhansi, while the second route has been prepared for different districts of western Uttar Pradesh and the Brij region.

Similarly, the third route has been earmarked for the Purvanchal region.Apart from Barabanki, the yatra will cover the two other cities of Saharanpur and Varanasi.

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Modi in UP to inaugurate medical colleges, launch mega health scheme

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate nine medical colleges and launch several development projects in Uttar Pradesh on Monday.

He will inaugurate medical colleges from Siddharth Nagar and will launch, later in Varanasi, the “Pradhan Mantri Atmanirbhar Swasth Bharat Yojana”.

He will also inaugurate various developmental projects worth more than Rs 5,200 crore for his Lok Sabha constituency.

The Prime Minister Atmanirbhar Swasth Bharat Yojana (PMASBY) will be one of the largest pan-India schemes for strengthening healthcare infrastructure and will be in addition to the National Health Mission.

Its objective is to fill gaps in the public health infrastructure, especially in critical care facilities and primary care in both urban and rural areas. It will provide support for 17,788 rural health and wellness centres in 10 high focus states. Further, 11,024 urban health and wellness centres will be established in all the states.

The government spokesman said that critical care services will be available in all the districts of the country with more than five lakh population through exclusive critical care hospital blocks, while the remaining districts will be covered through referral services.

People will have access to a full range of diagnostic services in the public healthcare system through a network of laboratories across the country, and integrated public health labs will be set up in all the districts.

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