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In the case of Narendra Giri’s death, the latest video raised questions, doubts about suicide deepened

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  • Sameeratmaj Mishra
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The state government has recommended for a CBI inquiry into the suspicious death of Akhara Parishad President Narendra Giri, but the mystery of his death is only getting deeper.

Suspicions on Mahant Narendra Giri’s suicide have been deepened by a video soon after the death of Mahant. The sages and saints who knew the Mahant closely and associated with the akhadas were already doubting this and anticipating his murder.

After the suspicious death of Mahant Narendra Giri, it is being claimed about this video of about one minute 45 seconds that it is from the exact time when the police reached there.

Before that, the people present there had allegedly taken down the hanging Mahant by breaking the door of the room.

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samana targets ovaisi: Asaduddin Owaisi News: Shivsena enraged by ‘Pakistan zindabad’ slogan, calls Owaisi BJP’s undergarment

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  • Pakistan Zindabad slogans raised in Owaisi’s meeting
  • Shiv Sena raged on the slogan of Pakistan Zindabad
  • Shiv Sena told Owaisi in Saamana BJP’s Under Garment
  • Slogans of Pakistan Zindabad written in Saamana means attack on the chest of devotees

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Owaisi has been fiercely attacked in Shiv Sena mouthpiece ‘Saamana’. In ‘Saamana’ editorial, Owaisi has been described as BJP’s undergarment. In fact, Shiv Sena is upset with the slogan of Pakistan Zindabad in Owaisi’s meeting.

It is written in ‘Saamana’ that till the elections to the Uttar Pradesh assembly, what will have to be seen, it cannot be said. Mian Asaduddin Owaisi, the behind-the-scenes architect behind the successful BJP’s journey, and his party seem to be doing their best.

Slogans of ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ were raised
It is written in ‘Saamana’ that Owaisi Mahasaya has made all preparations to create caste, religious hatred on the occasion of Uttar Pradesh elections, it seems. Two days ago, on the way to Lucknow from Prayagraj, Owaisi’s supporters gathered on the way and raised slogans of ‘Pakistan Zindabad’.

The details of such slogans are not recorded in Uttar Pradesh for so many days, but on the occasion of Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, what does Owaisi come to, what provocative speeches give at places, what does he provoke his autocratic supporters and then ‘Pakistan Zindabad’. What begins the sloganeering? The suspicion of this whole affair going on like a planned script is getting stronger.

Owaisi’s dirty politics in Bengal too
‘Saamana’ has written that Owaisi was doing similar dirty politics in West Bengal. He made every effort to instigate Muslims for the defeat of Mamata Banerjee.

But in Bengal, Hindus and Muslims, etc., voted openly for Mamta Banerjee and clearly rebuked Owaisi’s dirty politics. Due to the mischief done by Owaisi in Bihar, Tejashwi Yadav lost by a small margin.

taunt on yogi and modi
‘Saamana’ has written that Prime Minister Modi went to America and gave a powerful speech on bigotry, terrorism, separatism etc.

But at the same time slogans of ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ are raised in our own country, what to call it? Strong patriotic Hindutva leaders like Modi, Yogi are in power in the state and country, it has been forgotten by the ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ people.

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Bjp Mp Varun Gandhi Write A Latter To Up CM Yogi Adityanath Demand For Raising Sugarcane Price To Rs 400 Per Quintal

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Digital Bureau, Press24 News, New Delhi

Published by: Shahrukh Khan
Updated Mon, 27 Sep 2021 12:38 PM IST

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BJP MP Varun Gandhi has written a letter to UP CM Yogi. He has demanded to increase the price of sugarcane to Rs 400 per quintal.

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BJP MP Varun Gandhi has thanked UP CM Yogi Adityanath for increasing the price of sugarcane by Rs 25 per quintal, but has said that this price hike is insufficient due to the increased prices of fertilisers, seeds, water and electricity. .

He has demanded to increase it to Rs 400 per quintal. The BJP MP has said that if for some reason the government cannot directly increase the price of sugarcane, then it should announce a bonus of Rs 50 per quintal at its level.

Varun Gandhi has supported the demand of farmers by tweeting at a time when farmers have been shutting down India in protest against agricultural laws, due to which public life has been affected across the country.

Pilibhit MP Varun Gandhi has written a letter saying that the farmers are constantly meeting him and demanding to take the problems of the farmers to them. This is the reason why they are writing a letter and conveying their point to the government.

Even before this, he had written a letter demanding an increase in the price of sugarcane. In his letter, he has also reminded the government that there was very little increase in the prices of sugarcane till the last four years, due to which farmers have to face huge problems.

The BJP leader has told Yogi Adityanath that lakhs of farmer families are directly associated with sugarcane crop and due to this, the lives of lakhs of families are directly affected. He has said that if the government makes the required increase in sugarcane prices, it will help in reducing the problems of the farmers.

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Bharat Bandh Delhi News : Farmer Protesting at Singhu Border Dies

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  • The farmer involved in the demonstration on the Singhu border suffered a heart attack, died
  • Farmers came to Delhi to take part in protest under Bharat Bandh
  • Agitators are sitting blocking the way on the borders of the capital
  • Bharat Bandh has been called from 6 am to 4 pm

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A farmer involved in the ongoing agitation on the Singhu border has died. He suffered a heart attack during the ‘Bharat Bandh’ on Monday. According to initial information, he died on the spot. Farmers are sitting on many borders of Delhi including Singhu, Rajokri, Ghazipur today, closing the way. There is heavy jam on the Delhi-Gurgaon border. The police is searching every vehicle coming towards the capital.

Heavy traffic jam at Delhi-Gurugram border
There is heavy traffic jam on Delhi-Jaipur Expressway. Traffic is moving in a swirl on National Highway-48. The Gurugram Traffic Control Room said that the traffic on the expressway is slow due to barricading by the Delhi Police on the Delhi-Gurugram border and near the Rajokri flyover. The Delhi Traffic Police has announced that the movement of vehicles from Uttar Pradesh towards Ghazipur border of the state with the national capital has been stopped. He tweeted, “Due to the protest, traffic has been stopped from UP towards Ghazipur.”

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Public transport is operational in the national capital. DTC buses, Delhi Metro, auto rickshaws and other modes of public and private transport are running smoothly in the capital.

Today the border will not be able to cross…
Farmers will shut India till 4 pm today. He had warned that people living in and around Delhi should not cross the border, otherwise there could be trouble. Government and private offices, educational and other institutions, shops, industries and business establishments are closed during the bandh. However, institutions providing medical services, hospitals, drug shops, relief and rescue operations have been kept out of its purview.

Farmer dies at Singhu border (file photo)

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