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Modi said that the matter of rights and duties should not be separated. As much as we emphasize on rights, we should also take our duties seriously.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday addressed the foundation day program of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC). During this, he took a jibe at the opposition and said that in the same type of incident some people see human rights violation and in any other similar incident the same people do not see human rights violation. This type of mentality also causes great damage to human rights.

Modi said human rights are grossly violated when they are viewed with a political color, viewed through a political lens, weighed with the scales of political profit and loss. Such selective behavior is equally harmful to democracy.

CBI raids in J&K, Delhi and MP
In the fake gun license case, the CBI on Tuesday conducted a search operation at 14 locations in Jammu and Kashmir, Delhi and Madhya Pradesh. During this, the house of Bashir Ahmed Khan, former IAS officer and advisor to the Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, was also searched.

Earlier, about 3 months ago, about 3 months ago, by conducting a search operation in Kashmir, raids were conducted at 40 locations simultaneously. During this, the house of 2 senior IAS officers Shahid Iqbal Chaudhary and Neeraj Kumar was also searched. Both were accused of being involved in the issue of 2 lakh fake gun licenses.

According to government data, Jammu and Kashmir is at the top in the country in terms of issuing gun licenses. The highest number of arms licenses were issued here from 2018 to 2020. In these two years 22,805 licenses were issued across the country, out of which 18,000 were issued in J&K alone. That is, 81% of the country’s licenses were distributed here.

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Modi said in the foundation day program of NHRC – India has suggested the path of non-violence to the whole world
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in the program of the Foundation Day of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) that this event is taking place at a time when our country is celebrating the nectar festival of independence. India suggested the path of rights and non-violence to the whole world. The whole world sees our Bapu as human rights values. I am satisfied that the National Human Rights Commission is giving strength to India’s moral resolve.

The Prime Minister said that even after independence, India has continuously given a new vision in issues related to equality and human rights. How many such occasions have come in front of the world when the world has been confused, it has gone astray. But India has remained committed to human rights. Being alert. Friends, today the country is moving forward with everyone’s cooperation, everyone’s development, everyone’s trust and everyone’s effort. We are walking with the spirit of reaching this goal that the benefits of every scheme should reach everyone.

Pakistani terrorist living in Delhi for 15 years arrested

The Special Cell of Delhi Police has arrested a Pakistani terrorist from Laxminagar in Delhi on Tuesday morning. It is being told that he was living in Delhi for 15 years. He is also being told as the Delhi head of Pakistan’s terrorist cell. The name of the arrested terrorist is being told as Mohammad Ashraf Ali. He is a resident of Narowal in Punjab, Pakistan.

AK-47, 50 bullets and hand grenade have been recovered from the terrorist. He has also got an Indian passport. The police have also found a fake ID from him, in which the address of Shastri Nagar in Delhi is written. In this ID, his name is written Ali Ahmed.

Government’s clarification on rising prices of petrol and diesel

Union Minister of State (Petroleum and Natural Gas) Rameshwar Teli has blamed the tax for the rising prices of petrol and diesel in the country. He says that oil prices are not high, taxes are included in that. Everyone has got the vaccine for free, where will its money come from, this has been done to compensate. Read full news here…

Priyanka Gandhi and Rakesh Tikait will reach Lakhimpur Kheri today

9 people including 4 farmers were killed in the violence in Lakhimpur Kheri.  - File photo (Priyanka Gandhi and Rakesh Tikait)

9 people including 4 farmers were killed in the violence in Lakhimpur Kheri. – File photo (Priyanka Gandhi and Rakesh Tikait)

Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi will reach Lakhimpur Kheri in Uttar Pradesh on her tour today. Here she will take part in the last prayers of the farmers killed in the violence on October 3. Apart from Priyanka, Kisan Union leader Rakesh Tikait will also reach here.

Earlier, Akhand Path was organized for the farmers, which is ending today. People have started gathering here since Monday. Farmers from Punjab and Haryana have also reached Lakhimpur Kheri. Let us inform that 9 people including 4 farmers were killed in the violence in Lakhimpur Kheri.

Security forces kill 3 terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir

Encounter was going on in Shopian of Jammu and Kashmir since Monday.  Security forces have also started a search operation in search of terrorists. - File photo.

Encounter was going on in Shopian of Jammu and Kashmir since Monday. Security forces have also started a search operation in search of terrorists. – File photo.

Security forces have killed three terrorists in Shopian, Jammu and Kashmir. Arms and ammunition have been recovered from the spot. The encounter started on Monday in Tulran area of ​​Shopian. All the three terrorists killed in this were of LeT (TRF). One of them has been identified as Mukhtar Shah, a resident of Ganderbal. Mukhtar was the same terrorist who had killed Bihar’s street vendor Virendra Paswan in Srinagar a few days ago. After that attack, Mukhtar fled to Shopian.

Farmers will celebrate Martyr’s Day in memory of farmers killed in Lakhimpur
United Kisan Morcha will celebrate Martyr Kisan Diwas today in memory of farmers killed in Lakhimpur Kheri violence. During this, the last Ardas will be held at Tikunia (the site of the incident), then prayers and tribute meetings will be organized all over the country. The United Kisan Morcha said that on October 12, farmers from across the country would reach Lakhimpur Kheri. Along with this, farmers will also organize a mahapanchayat in Lucknow.

Earlier, Yogendra Yadav had said that on the 12th, from Lakhimpur, the ashes of the farmers will start in UP. Farmers will go to every state with the ashes of farmers and immersion will be done. On October 15, on the day of Dussehra, all farmers will burn effigies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Amit Shah. Trains will be stopped across the country on 18 October. Farmers’ organization will also organize a Mahapanchayat in Lucknow on 26th.

Today’s Major Events

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi will participate in the summit of leaders of the G-20 country. Afghanistan will be discussed in this.
  • Prime Minister Modi will attend the foundation day program of NHRC at 11 am through video conferencing.
  • The second phase of the Malabar exercise will begin in the Bay of Bengal. This will include the navies of the Quad countries.

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