शाह के सामने BSF से भिड़ीं ममता: बोलीं- फौज से बंगाल के लोग परेशान; जयपुर में श्रद्धा मर्डर जैसा हत्याकांड

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Today starts with politics. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is very angry with the Chief Minister’s Security Force (BSF) getting the right to take action in the area up to 50 kilometers from the International Border. She clashed with BSF officers. He said- Common citizens are facing a lot of trouble due to the action of BSF.

All this happened during the Eastern Zonal Counseling meeting being held in Howrah. According to media reports, Home Minister Amit Shah was also present when there was an argument between Mamta and BSF officers. Shah was presiding over this meeting. Mamta had accused BSF earlier also. In May 2022, he said that BSF smuggles cows across the international border and kills people and throws their bodies in Bangladesh.

Here, a murder case like Shraddha murder has come to the fore in Jaipur. Here an engineer killed his real mother-in-law by breaking her head. He killed her in the kitchen and dragged the body to the bathroom. He brought a marble cutter from the market. Due to this, the dead body was cut into 8 pieces and filled in a trolley bag and thrown at three different places on the Delhi-Sikar highway.

Today’s major events, which will be watched

  1. The final of the FIFA World Cup will be played between Argentina and France at the Lusail Stadium in Qatar.
  2. PM Narendra Modi will visit Meghalaya and Tripura. He will attend the Golden Jubilee celebrations of the North Eastern Council.

5 big news, which will keep you updated…

1. Rijiju tweeted the photo of Tawang tour in 2019, Congress said – it is a great fraud

Union Minister Kiren Rijiju has courted controversy after sharing a picture of meeting soldiers. The Congress has termed this photo post of his Twitter as three years old. Congress spokesperson BV Srinivas tweeted both the photos together and wrote that the 2019 photo is being used to assure security in 2022.

In fact, Union Minister Kiren Rijiju today tweeted and posted a picture of meeting the soldiers. He described Tawang as completely safe. He said that the Yangtse area in Arunachal Pradesh’s Tawang is completely safe now due to adequate deployment of brave soldiers of the Indian Army. read full news

2. CJI said – Honor killing of hundreds of youth every year due to love and intercaste marriage
Chief Justice of India (CJI) DY Chandrachud has considered love affair and inter-caste marriage as the reason for honor killings in the country. On Saturday, he said that every year hundreds of youths are killed in the country due to love affair or marriage in other caste. He also expressed grief over this.

Justice Chandrachud was speaking at a function to mark the 90th birth anniversary of former Attorney General Ashok Desai in Mumbai. He said that morality is such a concept, which varies from person to person.

The CJI referred to an article from 1991. He narrated how in 1991 a 15 year old girl was killed by her parents in Uttar Pradesh. The villagers accepted the crime as according to them the girl had taken a step against the society. The society which has been created by the powerful people and the weaker section has to follow it. While these rules are against the traditions of the people of that section. read full news

3. FIR against Shahrukh-Deepika in Bihar, demand to remove Besharam Rang song in UP-Chhattisgarh

Protests have started in 7 states regarding Shah Rukh Khan-Deepika Padukone’s Pathan. Demonstrations are being held in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat and Maharashtra. A case has been registered against five people including Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone in Muzaffarpur, Bihar for hurting religious sentiments and spreading obscenity.

Shiv Sainiks in Chhattisgarh have demanded removal of Besharam Rang song from the film. He says that if this is not done, the film will not be allowed to be released in Chhattisgarh. The Hindu Mahasabha is opposing the film in Mathura, UP. She says that she will go to court against it.

Deepika Padukone dons a saffron bikini in Pathan’s song ‘Besharam Rang’. Opponents say that saffron color is a symbol of Hinduism and Deepika is wearing this color and dancing on a song with lyrics of Besharam, which is quite objectionable. Use of holy color like saffron for bikini will not be accepted. read full news

4. Engineer broke Tai’s head with a hammer, cut it into 8 pieces with a marble cutter and threw it in the forest
A murder case like the Delhi Shraddha murder has come to the fore in Jaipur. Here an engineer killed his real mother-in-law by breaking her head. After committing the murder in the kitchen, the accused dragged the body to the bathroom. Then brought a marble cutter from the market. Due to this, 8 pieces of the dead body were filled in a trolley bag and after getting the opportunity, they were thrown at three different places on the Delhi-Sikar highway.

Police said that the incident took place on December 11 in Sector-2 of Vidyadhar Nagar. Saroj Devi (62) stopped her brother-in-law’s son Anuj Sharma from going to a religious function, then he got angry and killed him. Filed a case of his mother’s murder. He had expressed suspicion of murder on his cousin Anuj Sharma. Police has arrested Anuj. Pooja and Monika are married. Brother Amit lives abroad. Pooja’s in-laws are in Bikaner. Pooja told that her father had died in 1995. Mother Saroj Devi lived at Vidyadhar Nagar with uncle Badri Prasad Sharma. read full news

5. Mamta’s argument with BSF in front of Shah, Bolin- the people of the state are troubled by the power of the force

There was an argument between West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and BSF officers in Kolkata on Saturday. According to media reports, Home Minister Amit Shah was also present during this period. This incident took place during the Eastern Zonal Counseling meeting in Howrah. Mamta is angry with giving BSF the right to act up to 50 kilometers inside the border.

Mamta says that this is causing problems to the common people. Under the new law, the Central Government has empowered the BSF to take action in the area up to 50 kilometers from the International Border. There will be no need for a magistrate’s order or warrant for this. Earlier BSF could take action only within 15 km. Mamta is angry with this change. He says that common people are getting upset due to this. BSF has more power, which does not allow coordination between people and officers. read full news
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Some important news in the headline…

  1. Pakistan minister threatened nuclear attack: Shazia Marri said – We did not make atom bomb to sit silently (Read full news)
  2. Qatar hid the death of our laborers by giving bribe: European MPs raided, 8 crores from one, 5 crores from another (Read full news)
  3. Drinking case- 72 died for fear of fine: many did not go to hospital; The relatives kept feeding salt-soap solution in the name of treatment (Read full news)
  4. India need 4 wickets to win: Bangladesh score 272/6 on the fourth day, Akshar Patel took three wickets (Read full news)
  5. Reconsideration petition of Bilkis Bano rejected: Challenge was given to the release of the culprits, DCW Chief said – If justice will not be given even from the Supreme Court, then where will we go? (Read full news)

News but something different…

The soldier gave a bulldozer to the daughter in dowry, said – if given a car, it would have stood, but it would earn

You must have heard many stories of giving motorcycle and car in dowry to the daughter, but in Hamirpur, UP, former army personnel have given bulldozer to the daughter in dowry. He says, ‘If the car was given, it would have remained standing, but the bulldozer would earn. Even the daughter will not have to ask for money from the son-in-law. Two-three people will also get employment. The cost of the bulldozer is around Rs 30 lakh.

The matter pertains to Dev village of Sumerpur police station area. Vikas alias Yogendra living here is in the Air Force. His father Swamidin Chakraborty arranged Yogendra’s marriage to Neha, daughter of Parasram Prajapati, a former army man from nearby. Neha is preparing for Civil Services. read full news

Most read news…

Photo which is news in itself…

Radisson Blu Hotel in Berlin, capital of Germany giant aquarium suddenly broke, The incident took place on Saturday morning at around 5.45 am. The aquarium was so big that after it broke, millions of liters of water flowed on the entire hotel and the road, causing a flood-like devastation. As soon as the information about the incident was received, a team of 100 people from the emergency services immediately reached the spot and started the rescue operation.

According to a report, this aquarium was 15.85 meters (52 feet) high. Due to its explosion, one million liters of water spread all around. The aquarium’s 1500 fish were scattered in the hotel lobby and on the road, and most died in agony. Two people were also injured by the broken glass of the aquarium.

what happened on this day in history

‘God of Cricket’ Sachin Tendulkar made his ODI debut
On 18 December 1989, a 16-year-old small player in the Indian team was making his ODI debut wearing the number 74 cap at ‘The Jinnah Stadium’ in Gujranwala city in Pakistan. Then that player got out on zero without opening the account. This player who started from zero was Sachin Tendulkar. If we look at Sachin’s entire cricket history, then the records made by him are still intact. In ODIs, Sachin was the first player to score a double century, scored 18426 runs in ODI career and also scored 49 centuries.

Sachin had said goodbye to ODI career on 23 December 2012 after 23 years. Former Australian cricketer Matthew Hayden first named Sachin as ‘God of Cricket’. He said in a statement – ​​I saw God. He comes out to bat at number four in the Indian Test team. (‘I have seen God. He bats No.4 for India in Tests.’)

Important events of 18 December in India and the world:

  • 1398: Taimur captured Delhi by defeating Sultan Nusrat Shah.
  • 1777: National Thanksgiving Day was celebrated for the first time in America.
  • 1799: The body of America’s first president, George Washington, is buried at Mount Vernon.
  • 1956: Japan accepted the membership of the United Nations.
  • 1969: Capital punishment was abolished in England.
  • 2008: BrahMos supersonic cruise missile successfully test fired.

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