Mehbooba Mufti, chief of the PDP and former chief minister of Jammu Kashmir, visited Shopian on Monday to join apple farmers & traders protesting for hassle-free movement of apple-laden trucks. “You have turned Kashmir into an open jail, pulverized our economy. I warn the administration if they don't immediately open the roads for trucks, I along with our workers will sit on a protest," said PDP Prez, Mehbooba Mufti during the protest.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a bilateral meeting with his Japanese Counterpart Fumio Kishida. Delivering his opening remarks, PM Modi remembered late Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and extended his faith toward Japanese Counterpart for deepening India-Japan relations.
SIT In-charge in Ankita Bhandari murder case, DIG PR Devi shared that the forensic team had collected all the evidences from the Vanatara resort before its demolition. All the evidences being used in forensic investigation are safe. However, further probe is underway
Following her family's agreement, Ankita Bhandari's last rites were performed at NIT Ghat near Alaknanda river in Srinagar, Uttarakhand on Sunday. There was a massive protest outside the mortuary where Ankita's father arrived to collect her body.
Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said on Sep 25 that he will continue to work for peace and harmony regardless of whether he holds a position or not. Speaking to media persons, Gehlot said, “I've previously specified...had it been like that if things were under my control, I will be on various posts for 40 yrs, but even without any post I will continue to work for peaceful atmosphere, youth.”
External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar on September 25 raised questions about the "merits" of the US-Pakistan relationship and a relationship with Islamabad that has not served the 'American Interest'. He was addressing an event organised by the Indian American Community in Washington. "It’s a relationship that has neither ended up serving Pakistan well nor serving the American interests," Jaishankar said at an event organized by the Indian American community in Washington. Dr Jaishankar made this remark after the External Affairs Minister was questioned by one of the audiences on the US decision on the F-16 package for Pakistan.
Minister for External Affairs, S Jaishankar, addressed the general debate of the 77th Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations. In his address, he explained the 5 pledges that India has decided to undertake. Union Miniter also hits out at China for not blacklisting terrorists, “The United Nations responds to terrorism by sanctioning its perpetrators. Those who politicize the UNSC 1267 Sanctions regime, sometimes to the extent of defending proclaimed terrorists, do so at their own peril.” Taking a jibe at Pakistan, Dr S Jaishankar said that India advocates ‘zero-tolerance’ approach and that no rhetoric, however sanctimonious, can cover-up bloodstains. “Having borne brunt of cross-border terrorism for decades, India advocates ‘zero-tolerance’ approach. No rhetoric, however sanctimonious, can cover-up bloodstains.”
On September 24, Ankita Bhandari's body was recovered from Chilla canal in Rishikesh. A Special Investigation Team (SIT) was formed by Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami to investigate the case. SIT In-charge of Ankita Bhandari murder case and DIG (Law and Order) P Renuka Devi on September 24 in Dehradun, ensured that the case will be taken to the fast track court for speedy action. Staff of the hotel where Ankita Bhandari worked informed that Ankit Arya, brother of main accused, insisted to serve food to the receptionist a night before she went missing. “I got a call from Ankit Arya at 8pm to prepare dinner for 4 people. Around 10:45 pm, he came and told us that he'll take dinner to Ankita's room, to which I said our service boy will do that, but he didn't agree,” informed Manveer Chauhan, resort worker. “The next day we saw Ankita was missing from her room. Her bag, money, and food were left in the room,” he added. #AnkitaBhandari #PulkitArya #Dehradun
Reacting to ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ slogans heard during the PFI protest in Pune, Chief Minister Eknath Shinde on September 24 called Maharashtra the ‘land of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’ and said that no one has the right to raise slogans of Pakistan Zindabad. #EknathShinde #PFIProtest #Pune
25 September,2022 02:58 PM IST
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