Minister Babul Supriyo
The authority of a school of West Bengal complained to police against Minister of India’s central government Babul Shupriyo. The allegation against him is entering into a school without any permission by breaking the rule.
A secretary Management Committee of Raniganj JK Nagar High School of West Bengal Abhay Upadhyay said, ‘minister broke the rule by entering forcefully in the school without any permission. Some BJP workers created the mess in the school entering with the minister. For this teaching and the admission process got disrupted. The school was given a holiday.’
Urban Development minister Babul Shupriyo said, ‘I have been stopped entering the school. There was no problem for my entrance. Some Trinamool workers led by Jitendra Tiwari tried to attack me on my way out of the school. I have been assaulted.’ For this incident, BJP President of Asansol complained against Jitendar Tiwari in the police station. Continue reading
Bhopal Gas disaster
Thousands of people injured when toxic gas came out from the Factory Union Carbide India Limited on 2nd to 3rd December 1984 at Bhopal city of Madhay Pradesh a state of India; it was the world’s largest industrial disaster.
It was a branch of the US Union Carbide Corporation, and it was regulated by USIL. A pesticide named Sevin was made there and in the middle of the manufacturing process a toxic gas Methyl Ico-Sayanate or MIC gas generated there. Continue reading
Police and Intelligence’s are anxious about the statement of the Maoist group of Burdwan in West Bengal. In the declaration Maoists called for a new movement to commemorate the revolution of November. It has been also called as a military group. It means they will train the ordinary people and will give weapons in their hands.
They are taking Sidho- Kanhu public militia during the Lalgar movement as their Model in the country. After the statements of Maoists intelligence are suspecting that, haven’t they started to form an army?
In that declaration, they said to do this movement for the development of agriculture to the ordinary people. They demanded to seize the lands from the landlords and leaders and allot those to the shelter-less people. Continue reading
Senior BJP member and MP of Madhya Pradesh, Indore is unanimously elected as the sixteenth speaker of Lok Sabha. She is the second woman who will take the oath as a speaker after Mira Kumar.
Before the end of the parliamentary session only Sumitra Mahajan’s name was announced for the post of a speaker. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Home Minister Rajnath Singh, Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Venkaiah Naidu were once suggested her name. Congress party leader Mallikarjun Kharge, IDMK’s M. Thambidurai, Sudip Banerjee of Trinamool Congress and Party Supreme of Socialist party Mulayam Singh Yadav supported the proposal. Congress Chairperson Sonia Gandhi also supported the proposal with everyone else in the parliament by striking hand in the table.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave the speech after electing the Prime Minister. He congratulated the new Lok Sabha speaker and said it’s a great for a woman being elected as the speaker. He continues to represent the largest democracy in the world. Prime Minister also said, there are at least 315 new faces in this Lok Sabha. It’s an opportunity to form a new history maintaining the tradition. Continue reading
After the long movement for the division of Andhra Pradesh, the southern state of India at last new state Telangana has formed, K Chandra Sekhar Rao leading spirit of the movement took an oath for the first Chief Minister of the state.
Chandrababu Naidu will take the oath on 8th June as Chief Minister for the newly separated state Seemandhra.
Telengana has been borne as 29th state of India, as a result, of a long movement since 1960; K Chandrasekhar Rao’s chief of Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) took the oath as first Chief Minister.
In Recently happened election in the vote also taken in Telengana’s 119 seats, in their TRS party got 63 seats. The main election agenda was Andhra Division. Continue reading