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Talking about Delhi: SP leader called Rahul 'crazy retard'

New Delhi: Akhilesh Yadav is angry because of the collapse of ticket distribution between SP and Congress in Madhya Pradesh, while SP Leader I. P. Singh created a controversy by calling Rahul Gandhi a crazy idiot. Singh also commented about Kamal Nath that, Khatri ka bachcha, kabhi na saccha. Singh also said about Rahul Gandhi's Mohabbat ki shop comment that Rahul advises others to spread the message of love but he himself cannot erase his enmity with his cousin Varun Gandhi. Singh also mocked Rahul's Chowkidar Chor Hai campaign against Modi.

Akhilesh Singh has been forced to delete this tweet as the Congress is infuriated by these words. Akhilesh has also asked SP leaders not to make personal remarks against Congress leaders. Of course, Akhilesh has also asked the Congress to clarify whether it wants to keep the alliance with the SP or not.

Vasundhara again succeeded in swaying the high command

In Rajasthan, Vasundhara Raje has not only forced the high command to give himself a ticket from the Jhalrapatan seat, but has also forced his two special loyalists Rajendrasinh Rathore and Narpatsinh Rajvi to give tickets.

Former Vice President Bhairosinh Shekhawat's son-in-law Narpatsinh Rajvi was cut off by the BJP and replaced by MP Diya Kumari. Enraged by this, Vasundhara is said to have threatened to beat up Diya Kumari if Rajvi is not given a ticket. The high command, who knew Vasundhara well, had to remove Rajvi from the Chittorgarh seat to pacify him.

Leader of Opposition in Rajasthan Legislative Assembly Rathore is loyal to Vasundhara. At present Churu MLA Rathore has been given ticket by BJP from Taranagar where Rathore won in 2008. As the Congress targeted Rathore, it seemed difficult for Rathore to win from Churu. Vasundhara has managed to secure a ticket from a relatively safe seat for him.

Appeal to give Lok Sabha ticket to Kailash's son

The condition of veteran BJP leader Kailash Vijayvargiya in Madhya Pradesh has deteriorated. Even though Kailash himself did not want to contest the assembly elections, the BJP has kept him on the sidelines while his son Akash has cut the ticket. Akash Vijayvargiya is currently the BJP MLA from Indore-3 assembly seat but the BJP has dropped him and fielded Rakesh Golu Shukla.

Kailash himself cannot contest the next elections when his political legacy is clouded. Because of this, Vijayvargiya feels that the BJP high command's decision will end his family's dominance.

Sources close to Vijayvargiya say that Kailash has been trying to get Akash a ticket in the Lok Sabha elections by using his closeness with Amit Shah. Kailash feels that the current MP Shankar Lalwani will be managed as he is his own man.

Kumaraswamy started speaking the language of BJP

Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, Deputy Chief Minister D.K. Shivakumar and other ministers went to Bengaluru to watch the Pakistan vs Australia cricket match. JDS leader Kumaraswamy has made it a political issue and asked that the Congress leader went to cheer for the Pakistan cricket team? While the state is facing many problems including electricity, the cabinet is wasting time watching Pakistan matches. He alleged that the Government is not able to provide enough electricity to the farmers when there is a drought situation in the state.

People are enjoying Kumaraswamy's statement on social media. People are writing that JDS's Kumaraswamy has started seeing everything from Pakistan's angle after joining BJP. Some have written that, the same color. Why can't Kumaraswamy think that the Congress cabinet went to cheer the Australian team?

Center-Mamata government face to face on OBC issue

As Mamata Banerjee government added castes to the list of OBCs, Bengal and the central government have come face to face again. The Mamata Banerjee government has announced the addition of 83 new castes to the list of Central Backward Classes. The National Commission for Backward Classes (NCBC) has also issued a notice to the Bengal government on this issue.

This new issue has been added to the already ongoing friction between the NCBC and the Bengal government over the inclusion of 118 Muslims and only 61 Hindus in the list of 179 OBC castes in Bengal. Among the 87 castes proposed by the Bengal government to be included in OBC, 78 castes belong to Muslims while only 9 castes belong to Hindus. Due to this, the issue has become politically heated. Allegations of Mamata appeasing Muslims have started.

Hindus Protected Muslims, Bhagwat's New Controversy

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat has once again created a controversy by raising the Hindu-Muslim issue. Bhagwat has claimed that Hindus have protected Muslims in India, so there has never been a conflict between Hindus and Muslims in India on the issue that is being fought between Israel and Hamas. Hinduism respects all religions and sects. India being a Hindu country doesn't mean we don't accept other religions.

On social media, people are objecting to Bhagwat's statement and questioning that if Hindus were protecting Muslims in India, why would there have been so many communal riots? Some have written that Hindu leaders making statements against Muslims is also a contradiction. Bhagwat should stop them too.


TMC keeping distance from Mahua Moitra controversy

His party is keeping distance from TMC MP Mahua Moitra, whose questions in the Lok Sabha are under scrutiny. Trinamool Congress spokesperson Kunal Ghosh said about the party's stance on the controversy that the party would not comment on Mahua Moitra. We have nothing to say about this. The party has no response on this issue, he said. Parliament's Ethics (Procedure) Committee is probing allegations that MP Moitra, elected from West Bengal's Krishnanagar, received any compensation for asking questions about industrialist Gautam Adani in the Lok Sabha. BJP MP Nishikant Dubey has written to Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla on October 15 saying that Moitra has asked these questions on behalf of Dubai-based Darshan Hirananda. Darshan is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Hiranandaji Group.

BJP presenting to Lokpal against Moitra

BJP MP Nishikant Dubey has accused TMC MP Mahua Moitra in the anti-corruption body Lokpal, alleging that Moitra took bribe for asking questions in Parliament. Moitra was in India when her parliamentary ID was used in Dubai. The National Informatics Center (NIC) provided this information to the investigating agencies, Dubey said.

Haryana's Unemployment-Rate Declining Strong Claim

Haryana's unemployment rate, which ranks second among large states in the country, has become a major point of contention between the state government and the opposition. The opposition has alleged that the state government has failed to create employment opportunities for the youth, while the state government has cited the latest NSSO (National Sample Survey Office) data to claim that it has reduced the unemployment rate. The NSSO released the Periodic Labor Force Survey for the period July, 2022 to June, 2023 on October 9, which revealed that Haryana's unemployment rate among the above-15 age group stood at 6.1 percent, 9 percent higher than the figure for the same period in 2021-22. The percentage is low.

BJP in Election Commission against Priyanka Gandhi's satire

Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi, while addressing a recent rally in Dausa in poll-bound Rajasthan, said that only Rs 21 came out of the covers donated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Devanarayan temple there. This is the situation in our country! There are big announcements. You are given covers from the stage, but when they are opened after the elections, there is nothing in them, said Priyanka, taunting Modi. Rajasthan BJP leader Rajendra Rathore said Priyanka's comments were against the fundamental right to freedom of worship. Hence, the Rajasthan BJP has submitted a petition to the state election commissioner demanding action against him.

Violence against loved ones: India ranks 33 out of 151 countries

According to the fifth round of the National Family Health Survey (NFHS) conducted during 2019-21, about 35 percent of Indian women aged 15-49 have experienced violence by their loved ones (husbands) at least once in their entire lives. India has come 33rd in terms of maximum violence in the survey conducted considering 151 countries on this issue.

- Inder Sahni

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