खेल मंत्री का आश्वासन, पहलवानों का धरना खत्म: WFI अध्यक्ष पर आरोपों की जांच होगी; फारूक ने राहुल की तुलना शंकराचार्य से की

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17 hours agoAuthor: Shubhendu Pratap Bhoomandal, News Brief Editor

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There will be an inquiry into the allegations of sexual harassment against Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) President Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh. Sports Minister Anurag Thakur held a meeting with the wrestlers till late Friday night. After the meeting which lasted for about 7 hours, the wrestlers have decided to end the strike. Wrestlers were protesting at Delhi’s Jantar Mantar since 18 January.

Anurag Thakur told that the players have made serious allegations against the wrestling association. An Oversight Committee will be constituted, which will complete the investigation within 4 weeks. Till the completion of the investigation, a committee will handle the work of WFI. Till then Brij Bhushan Singh will keep himself away from the work of the Federation and cooperate in the investigation.

Wrestler Bajrang Punia told that the Sports Minister listened to our demands and assured proper investigation. We hope that there will be a fair investigation, so we are withdrawing the protest.

At the same time, the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) has also formed a 7-member committee to investigate the allegations against Brij Bhushan. This includes boxer Mary Kom and wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt.

On the other hand, former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah has compared Rahul Gandhi to Adi Shankaracharya. Abdullah said – Till date no one has made such a journey. Only Shankaracharya ji reached Kashmir from Kanyakumari. Rahul is another person who came from Kanyakumari to Kashmir to unite the country.

Today’s major events, which will be watched

  1. PM Modi will preside over the Annual Conference of DGP-IGP in Delhi.
  2. 2nd match of ODI series between India and New Zealand.

5 big news, which will keep you updated…

1. Brijbhushan sent a reply to the government, refusing to resign, wrestlers wrote a letter to IOA

Wrestling Federation of India President Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh canceled his press conference scheduled for Friday. Brij Bhushan’s son Prateek told the media – Brij Bhushan will talk to the media after the annual meeting of the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) to be held in Ayodhya on January 22. Brij Bhushan Sharan has sent his reply to the Sports Ministry.

Wrestlers had said on Friday to register an FIR against the president if the wrestling federation was not dissolved. On this, Commonwealth Games gold medalist Vinesh Phogat said – disclosure of the names of the victims would put them and their families in danger. That is why FIR has not been registered yet.

In a letter to the Indian Olympic Association (IOA), the wrestlers alleged – when Vinesh Phogat missed out on a medal in the Tokyo Olympics, Brijbhushan Sharan Singh mentally harassed her so much that Vinesh had made up her mind to commit suicide. Brij Bhushan flatly refused to resign on Friday. He said, ‘If I open my mouth, a tsunami will come. I also have many players in my support.

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2. Controversial statement of Congress leader on PM, Hariprasad said – Modi’s words are like devil’s sermon
Leader of Opposition in Karnataka Legislative Council and Congress leader BK Hariprasad has made controversial remarks on Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Hariprasad said- The Prime Minister asking the leaders of his party to take Muslims into faith is like preaching the scriptures of the devil. They want to do such gimmicks during elections, but people are not ready to accept it.

Actually, there was a meeting of BJP’s National Executive on 16-17 January. In this, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said – We have to take the policies of the government to the Bohras, Pasmandas and educated people of the Muslim community. We have to connect with all parts of the society and connect them with us.
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3. Challenge of CG minister to Pandit Dhirendra Shastri, said – If he proves his conversion in the state, he will leave politics

Pandit Dhirendra Krishna Shastri of Bageshwar Dham had claimed that cases of religious conversion have increased in Chhattisgarh. He had mentioned the conversion in Bastar. Chhattisgarh’s Excise Minister Kawasi Lakhma challenged Pandit Dhirendra Shastri on this statement. He said that if Pandit Dhirendra Shastri proves this, I will leave politics and if this is not happening then he will have to leave Panditai.

Dhirendra Shastri said in a press conference – We are telling stories at various places to stop conversions. People with soft corners, who are very innocent people, are being converted by the missionaries by luring them by attacking them. That’s why I have resolved to go among them and narrate. Along with this, many people have been converted back to Hinduism.
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4. Flight urination case Air India fined 30 lakhs, pilot suspended for 3 months
An inebriated man urinated on a woman on an Air India flight from New York to Delhi. In this case, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation ie DGCA has imposed a fine of 30 lakhs on the airlines. Also, the pilot’s license has been suspended for 3 months. Earlier, the Investigation Committee of Air India had imposed a four-month ban on the accused from traveling in airlines.

The lawyer of the accused has expressed displeasure over this decision of the airline. He said that his client Shankar disagrees with the committee’s decision. The inquiry committee mistakenly assumed that seat 9B was in business class, whereas there is no seat 9B in Kraft’s business class. The flight has only 9A and 9C seats. The committee may have imagined that seat and assumed that our client urinated there.
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5. Rahul wore a raincoat in Jammu and Kashmir, said- I know the people here are in pain, I have come to share the pain

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi was seen wearing a raincoat for the first time during the Bharat Jodo Yatra. It was raining when the yatra reached its final stop at Kathua in Jammu and Kashmir on Friday morning. After a few hours when the rain stopped, he took off his raincoat. During Rahul’s Bharat Jodo tour, there was a lot of discussion about wearing a T-shirt in the cold.

Rahul said at the Pathankot border, “I know that the people here are in pain, I understand that everyone is hurt. Everyone is upset. I have come to share your pain.” Bharat Jodo Yatra, which started from Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu on 7 September 2022, reached Jammu and Kashmir on 19 January 2023. In 125 days, Rahul passed through 13 states of the country. He will stay in Jammu and Kashmir for 9 days. The journey will end on 30 January.
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Some important news in the headline…

  1. Center’s objection to judge appointment- SC’s reply in the letter: Said- criticism of government’s policies is not the basis for stopping promotion (Read full news)
  2. Budget may be presented in the new Lok Sabha Chamber: three times bigger than the old building, work was to be completed in November 2022 (Read full news)
  3. Heavy snowfall in Joshimath, demolition work halted: NIH report – Water coming out of cracks is not of Tapovan tunnel (Read full news)
  4. TMC leader said- Netaji never liked RSS: BJP leaders come to Bengal and only show off (Read full news)
  5. Neighboring countries top India’s priority: Jaishankar said – We helped Sri Lanka first; Will support further if needed (Read full news)

News but something different…
SC collegium adamant on making gay lawyer as High Court judge, central government objected

Saurabh Kripal (left) with his partner, human rights activist Nicolas Germain Bachmann.  Nicholas is a resident of Switzerland.

Saurabh Kripal (left) with his partner, human rights activist Nicolas Germain Bachmann. Nicholas is a resident of Switzerland.

The Supreme Court Collegium has once again supported the appointment of Saurabh Kripal, a homosexual lawyer, as a judge of the Delhi High Court. The collegium noted that the proposal for appointment of Kirpal as a judge has been pending for more than five years. Now this process should be completed as soon as possible.

The SC collegium had recommended Kripal’s appointment on November 11, 2021, but the Center had asked to reconsider his name. In 2017, the Delhi High Court collegium recommended Kripal to be elevated as a judge of the high court. Then citing merit, Saurabh’s name could not move forward. After this, in September 2018, January and April 2019 also no consensus could be reached on Saurabh’s name.
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