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PM Narendra Modi will stay at UP Police Headquarters for 10 hours today. They reached the headquarters in the morning, where the All India DG Conference is going on. The Prime Minister will address the officers involved in the conference. After this, the top officials of the country will give their suggestions regarding security and share their experiences regarding the efforts being made regarding internal security. Home Minister Amit Shah and NSA Chief Ajit Doval are also with the Prime Minister.
The DGPs of all the states will give presentations on better policing and future challenges. There will be lunch break after 12 noon. After that the conference will start again. The Prime Minister will return to the Raj Bhavan at 7 pm. Today is the second day of the 3-day DG conference being organized for the first time in UP. It was launched by Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday. The Prime Minister also reached Lucknow on Friday night itself. This is the first time that the Prime Minister is spending such a long time in UP. He will return to Delhi at 4 pm after addressing the conference on Sunday. Read full news here..
Resignation of 3 ministers of Gehlot government in Rajasthan, cabinet meeting at 5 pm
Three ministers of Ashok Gehlot government in Rajasthan have resigned. State Education Minister Govind Singh Dotasara, Health Minister Raghu Sharma and Revenue Minister Harish Chaudhary had written to Sonia Gandhi offering to resign. Congress’s Rajasthan in-charge Ajay Maken had also said that I had met the ministers on July 30. Some of our ministers had expressed their desire to leave the ministerial post and work in the organisation. Our three promising ministers Govind Singh Dotasara, Harish Chaudhary and Raghu Sharma have expressed their willingness to work for the party organisation.
Naxalites blew up rail track in Dhanbad, Jharkhand, movement of trains stopped
In Dhanbad, Jharkhand, Naxalites blew up the rail track with a bomb blast. The blast was so strong that a crater has been created for one to one and a half feet under the railway track. A diesel locomotive got derailed due to the derailment of the track in the blast. However, no one is reported to be injured in the accident. The blast happened around 1.30 pm. The blast took place between Richuguta and DEMU stations on the Tori-Latehar rail section. The up and down roads are completely closed after the blast.
After the blast on the track near Dhanbad, the railway track broke into two parts like this.
As per information received from Railways, 18102 Dn Tata-Jammutvi Express has been dispatched to Via Dehri on Sone. Whereas, 13348 Dn Patna-Barkakana Palamu Express has been stopped at Garhwa Road station. At the same time, Barwadih-Gomo Down Passenger, Up Barkakana-Varanasi BDM Passenger and Up Barkakana-Dehri On Son BD Passenger have been cancelled.
Security forces and railway officials are reviewing the situation by reaching the spot.
Naxal organizations are calling for a protest against the arrest of their top leader Prashant Bose alias Kishan Da alias Budha and his wife Sheela Marandi on November 12. Earlier, he had celebrated Resistance Day from November 15 to November 19. Read full news here…
Today’s big news…
Sangh chief’s gesture on change of religion – don’t try to convert anyone
Mohan Bhagwat on Friday warned about religious conversion in Mungeli, Chhattisgarh. Bhagwat said that many countries of the world believe that we will be alike, only then will we be one. They believe that if we are diverse, then we will be different. But we have many languages, provinces, caste and sub-caste all have different characteristics. All these make a beautiful country. complete a country. Don’t try to change anyone, respect everyone, go with diversity. Our ancestors traveled to many countries but never imposed their worship on anyone. Read full news here..
Children aged 5 to 11 in Canada will get Pfizer’s corona vaccine
Canada has approved the use of Pfizer’s corona vaccine for children aged 5 to 11 years. The Health Ministry said that the evidence given by independent scientists regarding the vaccine trial has been studied. It has been found that the vaccine reduces the risk of infection in children aged 5 to 11 years. The vaccine has proved to be up to 90% effective in the trial. Also, no serious side effects have been found.
Sabarimala pilgrimage suspended due to heavy rains in Kerala
It is raining continuously in Pathanamthitta, Kerala. The water level of Pamba river has increased significantly. In such a situation, keeping in mind the safety of the pilgrims, the journey of Pamba and Sabarimala has been banned today. District Collector Divya S Iyer told that the passengers who have made virtual booking for Darshan, will be given a chance as the weather improves. We appeal to the pilgrims to cooperate with us by not traveling during this time. At the same time, a red alert has been issued on Pamba Dam.
The second day of the ongoing DG-IG conference in Lucknow, today Prime Minister Modi will attend
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend the 56th Director General of Police, Inspector General Conference (DG-IG Conference) in Lucknow on Saturday. On Friday, this conference was organized by Union Home Minister Amit Shah. Today is the second day of this conference organized to discuss security related matters like Cyber Crime, Narcotics, Left Wing Extremism, Coastal Security and Border Management in the country.
PM Modi reached Lucknow on Friday night itself to attend the conference organized in the auditorium of DGP Headquarters. Director Generals of Police of all states and union territories and chiefs of central paramilitary forces are participating in this conference being organized in a virtual way. Apart from these, about 350 other senior officers are participating in the conference through virtual platform from IB offices located in different states.
Earthquake of 4.3 magnitude in Rajasthan’s Jalore, people came out of their homes
Earthquake tremors were felt in Jalore, Rajasthan at around 2.26 pm on Friday night. According to the National Center for Seismology, the magnitude of the earthquake was 4.6 on the Richter scale. There has been no loss of life or property. People came out of their homes in fear after feeling the tremors of the earthquake.
Earlier on Thursday, earthquake tremors were felt in Jodhpur, Rajasthan. These tremors were felt at 3.30 am in many areas including Aburod, Swaroopganj and Pindwara of the district.