Let’s start today’s press review with the news from Madhya Pradesh where, a few months before the assembly elections to be held in December this year, differences in BJP are coming to the fore.
According to a report published in The Hindu, a few months before the elections, the displeasure of party leaders and workers is coming to the fore here.
Bhopal Pradesh Congress has shared a video of BJP MP from Guna, KP Yadav on its social media handle.
In the video, KP Yadav can be heard saying, “Some people in the crowd call themselves intellectuals but they are so stupid that they do not know that we are in the BJP. There is a BJP government at the Center and in the state, from here BJP He is a Member of Parliament. He shouts from the stage that we made a mistake in 2019. You say that you made a mistake about the party you belong to. This is beyond understanding. I think where He was there, he had to stay there, if he is popular, he would have stayed there and contested again from me and won.”
KP Yadav’s target was towards Jyotiraditya Scindia. In the last Lok Sabha elections, KP Yadav defeated Jyotiraditya Scindia on a BJP ticket, who was then contesting on a Congress ticket. Later Jyotiraditya left the Congress along with his supporters and joined the BJP.
The Hindu writes that the tension is not only between Yadav and Scindia’s supporters, but other senior leaders of the party are also discussing the statements made by Scindia while in the Congress and the performance of his supporters. Many of these are part of Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s cabinet.
In the same month, a former minister of the party, Deepak Joshi, left the BJP and joined the Congress. Deepak, son of former CM Kailash Joshi, has been an MLA from Bagli in 2003 and Hatpipaliya in 2008 and 2013.
In the 2018 elections, he lost to Manoj Chowdhary of Congress on Hatpipliya seat. Later Manoj Chaudhary joined BJP along with Scindia. In the by-elections held in 2020 also, the result went in favor of Manoj Chaudhary.
The newspaper writes that this time the party may give importance to Manoj Chowdhary in the assembly elections.
Former minister and MLA from Jabalpul seat Harendrajit Singh Babbu had expressed displeasure towards state BJP chief VD Sharma two days back that he was being ignored.
Last week, Anuppur leader Akhilesh Dwivedi had alleged that party workers were being neglected, while former MLA Dhruv Pratap Singh had said that he might quit the BJP and join the Congress.
According to a news published in Hindustan Times, party leaders Narendra Singh Tomar and Prahlad Patel have met Shivraj Singh Chouhan to discuss this tension.
A few days ago, three MLAs, including two ministers from his cabinet, Gopal Bhargava and Govind Singh Rajput, had met Chouhan and complained that Urban Development Minister Bhupendra Singh was not approving projects related to their constituencies.
The newspaper writes that except for two years (from December 2028 to March 2020), there has been a BJP government in the state for the last two decades. This time BJP may face anti-incumbency here and in this sense these elections are important for it.
BJP has been saying about all these reports of infighting that it will not affect the upcoming elections.
The rhetoric about the inauguration of the Parliament House continues
According to a news published in Hindustan Times, the BJP has asked the opposition parties on Thursday to withdraw their decision to boycott the inauguration ceremony of the new Parliament.
The new parliament is to be inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on May 28.
The newspaper writes that Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman criticized the opposition parties in Chennai and said “Whether you like the Prime Minister or not, but you must respect the temple of the Republic. It is not right that you should boycott the function which is for the temple of republic, where people’s issues are to be discussed. It is good for the public only, but you should participate in this function.
While in a program in Delhi, Prime Minister Modi said that during his tour of Australia, I saw that everyone in the republic comes together, opposition leaders also attend the function and talk about the people.
The newspaper writes that this matter has now reached the Supreme Court. A lawyer has filed a PIL and told the court that the Lok Sabha Secretariat and the Central Government are violating the Constitution by keeping President Draupadi Murmu away from this program, this is an insult to the President.
The newspaper writes that 25 parties will participate in this program, out of which 18 are allies of the ruling NDA. Apart from this, Bahujan Samaj Party, Shiromani Akali Dal, Janata Dal (Secular), Lok Janshakti Party (Ram Vilas), YSR Congress, BJU Janata Dal and Telugu Desam are included.
At the same time, the opposition party Congress has issued a letter according to which 19 parties will not participate in it.
Amul should not buy milk in Tamil Nadu – Stalin
According to a news published in Jansatta, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin has asked Union Home Minister Amit Shah to stop Amul Cooperative from buying milk in Tamil Nadu.
The newspaper writes that he has said that this Gujarat company has used its multi-state cooperative license to set up a ‘chilling center’ and processing plant in Krishnagiri district.
In a letter to Shah, he said that Amul plans to buy milk from FPOs and SHGs located in the surrounding areas of Krishnagiri, Dharmapuri, Vellore, Ranipet, Tirupattur, Kancheepuram and Thiruvalluvar districts, who are trying to interfere in the milk shed area of others. as it is.
He has written that it has been a rule in the country that cooperative societies do not encroach on each other’s milk shed areas and all are given equal opportunities to flourish. In this way, interference in procurement is against the spirit of white revolution. Due to this, the problems of consumers can increase.
China is building a village near LAC
According to a news published in The Hindu, China is preparing a network of model villages called Shaokang near the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the middle sector and eastern sector.
China is also building new posts at a distance of 6-7 kilometers from the middle sector of LAC in the north of the country.
Quoting intelligence sources, the newspaper has written that China is rapidly building new houses on the other side of Barahoti on the border. He is preparing 300 to 400 houses in 90 to 100 days.
At the same time, the Chinese army has also increased its patrolling in this area. The newspaper writes that where once in a season (three to four months) a contingent of the Chinese army was seen patrolling here, now its army is seen patrolling here every fortnight. Such patrolling parties have also been seen in Mana, Leeti and Thangla areas.
4 people convicted in Rakbar Khan lynching case
In the case of an incident of mob lynching in Rajasthan’s Alwar district in 2018, a court in Alwar has convicted 4 people.,
The Indian Express writes that all four convicted in the Rakbar Khan lynching case have been sentenced to seven years each, while one person has been acquitted by the court due to lack of evidence.
The court convicted Naresh Vijay, Paramjit and Dharmendra under sections 341 and 304 IPC (punishment for culpable homicide not amounting to murder), while Naval was acquitted.
In 2018, Rakbar Khan was lynched by a mob while on his way to his village in Bharatpur district. Several cow vigilantes were allegedly involved in the incident. Rakbar was suspected of smuggling cattle.
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