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Trust your sevak, interest of northeast will be protected -Narendra Modi

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday appealed to the people of the northeast, particularly of Assam to maintain peace and assured them that their interests will be protected at all costs.

“From the place of Baba Bholenath, I assure that there will be no impact on culture, tradition, language of northeast people including Assam. Their interest will be safeguarded. I assure them to have faith in Modi govt which is committed for the development of the northeast. In the last five years, I visited northeast more than all the previous Prime Ministers,” said Modi in a rally at Dhanbad on Thursday.

He said, “Confusion is being created over CAB by the Congress and its allies. I appeal the people of northeast not to get influenced by these people. The clause 6 of Assam will be safeguarded. We feel proud of the culture of Assam.”

He came down heavily on the Congress for taking a U-turn on CAB.

“The Congress have lost faith in tribal, dalits and other sections of the people. They are now depending on the votes of only one community and lying on the CAB. There will be no impact on the citizens of the country”.

“Congress leaders had promised citizenship to displaced people of Pakistan and Bangladesh. India was divided in 1947 and in 1971 Bangladesh was created. The maximum affected were minority people living in those countries. The minorities in Pakistan, Afganistan and Bangldesh were Hindu, Sikhs, Parsis, Jain, Christians who were living there for generations. The division was imposed on them. Inhuman behaviour was meted out on minorities and women were subjected to different forms of exploitations. The temples, Churches, Gurudawars were vandalised. They (displaced minorities) were living in different parts of the country for decades. They were made hollow promises by the Congress. It was the BJP which fulfilled the promise,” said Modi.

He said: “In last six months we have fulfilled our promises made in our manifesto. People had started losing faith in poll manifesto because parties including Congress used to forget the promises made to the people. It is the BJP which fulfilled the promises.”

“We scrapped Article 370 and implemented Indian laws and Constitution in Jammu and Kashmir. We facilitated for solution of Ram Janmabhoomi dispute which was pending for decades. We framed laws for Triple Talaq, which helps not only Muslim women but also the men. If a woman was victim of triple talaq, her brother and fathere used to be affected.”

He appealed to people to vote for the BJP in Jharkhand assembly elections.

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BJP is guilty of gross criminal negligence: Jaiveer Shergill

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As the daily Covid cases crossed three lakhs on Thursday, Congress spokesperson Jaiveer Shergill alleged that the BJP is guilty of gross criminal negligence and is not doing “Jansevaa” but is “Jaanlevaa” Sarkar.

Jaiveer Shergill in a statement on Thursday said, “BJP is guilty of gross criminal negligence – Rising Cases, Increasing Deaths & Collapsing Health Infra is living proof of the fact that BJP is not ‘Jansevaa’ but ‘Jaanlevaa’ Sarkar – History will never forgive BJP’s Jumlajeevis.”

India reported 3,14,835 Covid-19 new cases in the last 24 hours, the highest single-day spike since the onset of the pandemic early last year, taking the overall infection tally to 1,59,30,965 on Thursday, according to data from the Union Health Ministry.

Since April 15, India has continued to report over 2 lakh new Covid-19 cases on a daily basis.

There were 2,95,041 new cases on Wednesday, 2,59,170 cases on April 20, 2,73,510 on April 19, 2,61,500 on April 18, 2,34,692 on April 17, 2,17,353 on April 16 and 2,00,739 on April 15.

Meanwhile, 2,104 additional people died due to the virus, which took the total death toll to 1,84,657.

This is the second consecutive day that the country has registered over 2,000 deaths in a single-day.

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Islamic scholar Wahiduddin Khan passes away due to Covid

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Islamic scholar and Padma Vibhushan awardee Maulana Wahiduddin Khan passed away due to Covid-19 on Wednesday night.

He was 97 years old and was admitted to a private hospital last week after he had a chest infection and had tested positive for Covid-19 too.

He was founder of the Islamic Centre in New Delhi. He died days after he was admitted to Apollo Hospital in Delhi following coronavirus infection. The Islamic scholar was honoured with the Padma Bhushan in 2000, and was awarded the Padma Vibhushan this year.

He is survived by two daughters and two sons.

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Country needs solution not false assurances: Rahul Gandhi

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Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has attacked the government over the pathetic state of affairs in the country due to Covid spread.

In a tweet he said, “I am in quarantine at home but getting sad news from all over the country. In India, the problem is not only corona, but the anti-people policies of the central government.”

“The country needs solution not false assurances and festivals,” he further said.

His remarks came on a day when India reported 3,14,835 Covid-19 new cases in the last 24 hours, which is the highest single-day spike so far not only in the country, but globally, taking the overall caseload to 1,59,30,965, according to health ministry’s report on Thursday.

In the same period, 2,104 more deaths were reported, taking the death toll so far 1,84,657. This is the second consecutive day that India reported over 2000 deaths in a single-day. On Wednesday, 2023 deaths were reported, which was the highest single-day death toll so far.

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