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JAIPUR l MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2022 l Pages 12 l 3.00  RNI NO. RAJENG/2019/77764 l Vol 4 l Issue No. 151
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OUR EDITIONS: JAIPUR, NEW DELHI  MUMBAI
19 DEAD AFTER
PASSENGER
PLANE CRASHES
IN TANZANIA
Mumbai: Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor welcomed their first
child, a baby girl. On Sunday, Alia was admitted to the Sir HN
Reliance Foundation Hospital and Research Centre in Mumbai
for her delivery. The actress gave birth to a healthy baby girl.
Dar es Salaam: Death count from Sunday’s plane
crash in Lake Victoria in Tanzania has jumped to 19,
PM Kassim Majaliwa said, after the Precision Air
flight with 43 passengers aboard plunged into water
while approaching northwestern city of Bukoba.
AIRASIA FLIGHT
SAFELY ABORTS
TAKE OFF AFTER
A TECH GLITCH
New Delhi: AirAsia India Pune-Bengaluru flight (I5-
1427) with over 180 people onboard safely rejected
take off at the origin on Sunday evening after the
pilots got a “brake hot”caution. Directorate General
of Civil Aviation (DGCA) is probing this case.
IT’S A GIRL! ALIA, RANBIR WELCOME FIRST CHILD
GEHLOT RECUPERATES, READY TO
HIT GROUND IN GUJ FROM TODAY
First India Bureau
Jaipur: Chief Minister
Ashok Gehlot will re-
sume his election tour
of Gujarat from Mon-
day onwards. Gehlot,
who has addressed and
attended several rallies
in Gujarat, will cam-
paign for Congress can-
didates in Rajkot and its
adjoining areas.
Gehlot had an elec-
tion tour scheduled on
Saturday itself, but due
to his ill health, the tour
was postponed. The CM
has even gone to SMS
hospital for checkup
and after recuperating,
he is ready to spread his
‘magic’ in the neigh-
bouring State again.
CM Gehlot is one of
the star campaigners of
Congress in Gujarat
elections. The Congress
high command has also
made Gehlot a senior
observer. Gehlot will
leave from Jaipur at
11.30 am on Monday
. He
will keep an eye on the
rebels of BJP. Former
Gujarat minister Jay-
narayan Vyas, who re-
cently left BJP, has been
in touch with Gehlot
and may join Congress.
CM Ashok Gehlot with Anil Sharma, Bhanwarlal Pujari  Abdul Rashid
Chayal in meeting regarding Sardarshahar by-polls at CMR on Sunday.
l CM Gehot will campaign for Congress
candidates in Rajkot and adjoining areas
l Former Gujarat min Jaynarayan Vyas
may join Congress in Gehlot’s presence
`10 CR LOOT AFTER
SEDATING BIZMAN
AND HIS DAUGHTER
Jodhpur: Four domestic
servants of a renowned
handicraft businessman
stole jewellery and cash
worth Rs 10 crore in
Jodhpur after giving the
family members food
mixed with sleeping pills
on Saturday night. All the
accused were from Nepal
and two of them had been
called in for the job by the
female maid Laxmi.  P3
TOP STORIES
Other Raj
Other Raj
l Jhalawar ACB on
Sunday nabs Central
Narcotics Bureau’s
SI (Girdawar) Pankaj
Mishra, 2 others taking
`60,000 bribe.  P3
l Union Minister
Dr Jitendra Singh cau-
tions that air pollution
related stubble burning
cases have risen by
160% in Rajasthan.  P8
l BJP state in-charge
Arun Singh, State prez
Satish Poonia and oth-
ers asked workers to
strengthen booths. P2
“Aa Gujarat, Mai Banavyu Chhe”
First India Bureau
Nana Pondha (Gujarat):
PM Narendra Modi on
Sunday said the forces
that indulged in spread-
ing hatred, defamed Guj
will be swept out of state
again in next month’s
Assemblypollswhichhe
saidBJPwouldwinwith
a record margin.
Addressing his first
election rally in his
home state after the an-
nouncement of the poll
schedule, Modi came up
with a new slogan — “
Aa
Gujarat, mai banavyu
chhe”, also made people
chant it several times.
He further said, “As
every Gujarati is full of
confidence, that is the
reason every Gujarat
speaks the voice of the
inner soul. Every sound
comes from the heart of
Gujarat (saying) ‘I have
made this Gujarat” and
added sitting in Delhi, I
am getting inputs that
BJP will win Gujarat
with a record margin.
Modi launches new election
slogan in Gujarati which
means I have made this Gujarat
Those spreading hatred,
defaming Gujarat will be
swept out of state, says PM Modi
PM stresses, he was getting
inputs that BJP will win
Gujarat polls with a record margin
Those who try to defame Gujarat are
surprised why people of Gujarat are not
believing their false propaganda. This is
because the people of this state have made Gujarat
with hard work and they will never allow someone to
harm the state. —Narendra Modi, Prime Minister
PM Narendra Modi exchanges greetings with CM Bhupendra Patel
during a public meeting at Nana Pondha in Valsad on Sunday.
HM Shah: UCC to be
implemented in HP
if you vote for BJP
MUGHAL ROAD CLOSED
AS JK HIGH ALTITUDE
AREAS GET SNOWFALL
CENTRAL PANEL LIFTS
RESTRICTIONS AS DEL’S
AIR QUALITY IMPROVES
YADAV BECOMES FIRST INDIAN TO SMASH
1,000 T20I RUNS IN A CALENDAR YEAR
BJP RELEASES MANIFESTO; UCC, 8 LAKH
JOBS AMONG 11 OTHER COMMITMENTS
Union Home Minister
Amit Shah addressing a
public meeting at Nagro-
ta, in Kangra on Sunday
said Uniform Civil Code
(UCC) will be imple-
mented in HP if the Jai
Ram Thakur govt comes
back to power. Urging
women to encourage
their daughters to study
at least up to Class 12,
Shah said govt will gift
their two-wheelers.
Jammu: Mughal road, an alter-
nate link connecting Kashmir
with rest of the country, was
closed for vehicular traffic on
Sunday as most of the high
altitude area experienced light to
moderate snowfall overnight.
New Delhi: The central panel on
air quality management lifted the
restrictions it had imposed in
Delhi and NCR over plummeting
air quality. Meanwhile, Environ-
ment Minister Gopal Rai will
chair a high level meeting today.
l Pakistan put up a clini-
cal bowling display to beat
Bangladesh by five wickets
in their high-stake final
group match and qualify
for the semifinals of the
T20 World Cup on Sunday.
l Sri Lanka cricketer
Danushka Gunathilaka,
who was with the national
squad for T20 World Cup
in Australia, has been
arrested on charges of
sexual assault, team
sources said on Sunday.
Suryakumar Yadav became the first Indian and only
the second player after Mohammad Rizwan in the
world to score 1,000 runs or more in a calendar year
during the Super 12 match against Zimbabwe on
Sunday. Rizwan had scored 1326 runs in 2021.
BJP on Sunday released the party’s manifesto - ‘ BJP
Sankalp Patra 2022’ for the Himachal Pradesh as-
sembly elections and highlighted BJP’s manifesto lists 11
major promises: The Uniform Civil Code l `3,000 per year
to small-scale farmers l 8 lakh new jobs l Roads to every
village l Development of pilgrimage sites l Development
of ‘Himteerth Tourist Circuit’ l Reducing GST to 12% to
apple farmers l Five new medical colleges, mobile health
clinics l `900 crore start-up fund l Increase in financial
aid to soldiers killed in line of duty l Survey of Waqf
Board properties, investigation of their illegal use l Reso-
lution of irregularities in salaries of the govt employees.
JP Nadda along with Anurag Thakur, Jai Ram Thakur and
others releases BJP’s manifesto for the upcoming Himachal
Pradesh Assembly elections, in Shimla on Sunday.
SURYA ADDS ‘LIGHT’
TO TEAM INDIA!
Team India beats
Zimbabwe to top
group 2; to face
England in Semis
Melbourne: India de-
feated Zimbabwe by 71
runs at the Melbourne
Cricket Ground on Sun-
day to set up a semi-fi-
nal clash with England.
Defending 186 for 5, In-
dia bundled out Zimba-
bwe for 115 runs in 17.2
oversasAshwinstarred
with 3 wickets for 22
runs in 4 overs. Earlier,
Suryakumar Yadav
scored 61 not out off 25
balls as India posted 186
for 5 against Zimbabwe.
India and England will
meet for second T20 WC
semi-final on Thursday
.
ASSEMBLY BYPOLL RESULTS ON 7 SEATS IN 6 STATES
Modi’s BJP shines in UP,
Haryana, Bihar  Odisha
BJP wins 4 seats; TRS, RJD, Sena (UBT) bag 1 each
Moni Sharma
New Delhi: The 7 As-
sembly constituencies
that had gone to polls on
November 3, their re-
sults were announced
on Sunday. The bypoll
in Adampur was neces-
sitated after former sit-
ting MLA Kuldeep Bish-
noi resigned from the
Vidhan Sabha in Au-
gust to switch from
Cong to BJP. Andheri
East contest was held
due to the untimely
death of Sena MLA
Ramesh Latke. Moka-
ma seat, in Bihar, fell
vacant after Anant Sin-
gh, was dismissed due
to a conviction in a
criminal case. The con-
test in Gopalganj, also
in Bihar, was necessi-
tated due to the death of
sitting BJP MLA Sub-
hash Singh. Munugode
witnessed a bypoll after
sitting MLA Komatired-
dy Raj Gopal Reddy re-
signed on August 2. The
bypoll was necessitated
in Gola Gokarannath
seat of Lakhimpur fol-
lowing death of Arvind
Giri, while Dhamnagar
seat fell vacant due to
demise of Bishnu Das.
Adampur (Haryana)
Mokama (Bihar)
Dhamnagar (Odisha)
Gola Gokaran Nath (UP)
Gopalganj (Bihar)
Bhavya Bishnoi
Neelam Devi
Aman Giri
KP Reddy
Kusum Devi
67,492 VOTES
79,646 VOTES
80,351 VOTES
1,14,444 VOTES
67,363 VOTES
70,032 VOTES
BJP
RJD
BJP
BJP
TRS
BJP
WINS
WINS
WINS
WINS
WINS
WINS
LOSE 51,752 VOTES
Jai Prakash (Cong)
LOSE 62,939 VOTES
Sonam Devi (BJP)
LOSE 70,470 VOTES
Abanti Das (BJD)
LOSE 90,512 VOTES
Vinay Tiwari (SP)
LOSE 74,224 VOTES
KR Gopal Reddy (BJP)
LOSE 68,243 VOTES
Mohan P Gupta (RJD)
VOTER
TURNOUT
VOTER
TURNOUT
VOTER
TURNOUT
VOTER
TURNOUT
VOTER
TURNOUT
VOTER
TURNOUT
75.25%
52.47%
66.33%
55.68%
77.55%
48.35%
Suryabanshi
Suraj
Munugode (Telangana)
Yogi Adityanath
@myogiadityanath
UP Hearty
congratulations to all the
hardworking workers and
respected voters for the Virat
victory of @BJP4UP in the
by-election in Gola Gokar-
nath Vidhan Sabha seat!
This spectacular victory is a
symbol of unwavering public
faith in the public welfare
policies of the double engine
BJP government. Thank you
Gola Gokarnath!
Jagat Prakash Nadda @JPNadda
Gratitude to the godlike people and congratulations to
the workers for the victory of the BJP candidate in the
Dhamnagar assembly by-election of Orissa. This victory is a symbol
of public’s faith in the welfare schemes and policies being run under
the leadership of respected Prime Minister Shri @narendramodi ji.
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) supporters celebrate their candidate Suryavanshi Suraj’s wins in
Dhamnagar by-elections, at party state office after the results were declared on Sunday.
Jaisalmer: Mines
minister Pramod
Jain Bhaya’s car col-
lided with a Nilgai
in Jaisalmer’s Lathi
area. Bhaya was not
present in the car
in which his wife
Urmila Jain and oth-
er members were
travelling. Suddenly,
a Nilgai came in
front of the car near
Sodhakore village
on NH-11. However,
no one was injured
in the incident.
BHAYA’S CAR
COLLIDES WITH
NILGAI, ALL SAFE
RAJASTHAN
JAIPUR | MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2022
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Promoted by
Ashiana Housing Limited
First India Bureau
Jaipur: Guv Kalraj
Mishra said that Con-
stitution is the guiding
book about human
rights and duties. Gov-
ernor was addressing
inauguration of the Ra-
jasthan branch of Alla-
habad University Pura
Chhatra Parishad at
Hotel Holiday Inn.
Mishra said that Con-
stitution Park is being
constructed in Raj
Bhavan with aim of
making everyone aware
about our culture of the
Constitution. He called
upon members of Alla-
habad University Pura
Chhatra Parishad to do
remarkable work in
their respective fields
and become partners in
progress of society 
development of nation.
CJ of Rajasthan HC
Justice Pankaj Mithal
in his address said that
this institution has its
own pride due to the
distinguished contribu-
tion of alumni.
Former CJ of Sikkim
HC Justice SN Bharga-
va shared his memories
of university. DGP
Umesh Mishra stressed
on need to restore old
dignity of University.
Guv inaugurated web-
site  logo of Council.
Constitutionguidebookofrights:Guv
RAJ BRANCH OF PURA STUDENT COUNCIL INAUGURATED
Sushant Mishra, Minister Ramlal Jat, Bharat Singh in discussion
with Dharmendra Rathore at his residence in Kota on Sunday.
Ramlal, Rathore,
Rahul’s PA inspect
preps in Jhalawar
BHARAT JODO YATRA IN RAJASTHAN
First India Bureau
Jaipur: Preparations
have been intensified
ahead of Rahul Gan-
dhi’s Bharat Jodo pady-
atra in Rajasthan which
is likely to enter the
Congress ruled state in
first week of December.
Revenue Minister
Ramlal Jat and RTDC
Chairman Dharmen-
dra Rathore visited
Jhalawar district on
Sunday. The yatra will
enter Jhalawar from
Madhya Pradesh. They
inspected the road from
Jhalawar to Tonk and
gave instructions to the
party workers for the
preparations.
Both the leaders also
visited Bundi and iden-
tified places for routes
and public rallies in Ke-
shoraipatan. Former
Zila Pramukh Rakesh
Boyat and other leaders
and workers were also
present with them.
Party sources said
Rajasthan Chairman of
Bharat Jodo Yatra Vib-
hakar Shastri will come
to Jaipur on Nov 7 on a
two-day visit. He will
meet PCC President Go-
vind Singh Dotasra and
will also take a meeting
of PCC office bearers.
Office bearers of party
 frontal organizations
are likely to be assigned
responsibility
.
Woman creates
ruckus over
marrying her
girl friend, held
Nagaur (PTI): A
woman from MP was
arrested after she
created a ruckus at
her female friend’s
house in Nagaur,
saying she wanted to
marry her, police
said on Sunday
. Two
women, aged be-
tween 21  25, met on
social media a cou-
ple of years ago, SP
Ram Moorthy Joshi
said. The woman
from Madhya
Pradesh allegedly
wanted to marry her
friend and also
sought physical rela-
tionship with her.
She also demanded
Rs 10L. Further, she
threatened the Ra-
jasthan woman of
leaking their chats
on social media if
she did not accept
the demands, SP said
citing complaint.
“Victim  her family
members filed a po-
lice complaint today
,
after which an FIR
for house trespass 
extortion was regis-
tered,” Joshi said.
MP woman has been
arrested, he added.
First India Bureau
Jaipur: A six-year-old
minor girl was alleged-
ly molested by a secu-
rity guard in Bagru
area of Jaipur district,
police said. Police in-
formed the incident oc-
curred on November 5
while the girl was re-
turningfromtheschool.
“Accused has been iden-
tified as 60-yr-old secu-
rity guard. Accused mo-
lested girl and did ob-
scene acts with her
while she was return-
ing home from school.
Later, girl narrated inci-
dent to her mother.
When mother objected,
she was beaten by the
accused,” police said.
“The accused has been
arrested,” police added.
60-year-old security
guard arrested for
molesting minor
RuckusinKotaoverbusboarding
FORESTER EXAM
First India Bureau
Jaipur/Kota: Exam of
forester was held by
RSMSSB on Sunday
.
Exam was held in two
shifts at 1,718 exam cen-
tres of 10 dists. 5.59L
aspirants were regis-
tered while exam was
held for 99 posts. 5,654
students will fight for
one post. Officials in-
formed more than 1.60L
candidates appeared
from Jaipur. Mean-
while, aspirants created
ruckus at Nayapura
roadways bus stand in
Kota over boarding of
buses. Exam of forest
guard will be held on
Nov 12, 13.
DIYA KUMARI TO CAMPAIGN
IN HIMACHAL ON NOV 8
First India Bureau
Rajsamand: MP Diya
Kumari will campaign
in support of BJP can-
didates in the
Himachal
Pradesh Assem-
bly elections. On
the directions of
central leader-
ship, MP Diya Ku-
mari, reached Nahan in
Himachal Pradesh’s
Sirmaur district on
Sunday
. She has started
election campaign and
will also address a rally
during election cam-
paign on Nov 8.
R a j s a m a n d
MP
, Diya Kumari,
Union Women
and Child Devel-
opment Minister,
Smriti Irani and
Union Minister
of State, Krishan Pal
Gurjar will address the
Vijay Sankalp Rally
.
Volleyball player among 7 killed in
separate road accidents in State
First India Bureau
Ajmer/Banswara/
Dungarpur: A boy was
killed while ten other
children were injured
in Ajmer’s Ramganj
area on Sunday when
an Innova car rammed
into a electric pole. Po-
lice informed the inci-
dent occurred near
Bakra Mandi in Ram-
ganj Area when the car
was heading towards
Masuda. “The children
belonged to Central
Academy School and
were going to take part
in a volleyball match,”
police added.
In another accident
in Banswara four men
were killed in two sepa-
rate road accidents in
Banswara district on
Sunday. SHO Kalu Lal
Meena said three men
were killed and three
others were injured
when two bikes collided
near Khunta village.
In another bike acci-
dent in same police sta-
tion area, a man died 
other was injured.
Two brothers were
killed in Bicchiwada
Police Station area of
Dungarpur district on
Saturday night when
motorcycle they were
riding was hit by a
speeding car. Both resi-
dents of Dewal Khas
village of Dungarpur.
‘Chess in School’ to start in
more than 60,000 govt schools
Laxman Raghav
Bikaner: On the occa-
sion of birth anniver-
sary of former PM In-
dira Gandhi (Nov 19),
‘Chess in School’ pro-
gramme will start in
more than 60,000 govt
schools of state. Chess
will be played in schools
on 3rd
Saturday of every
month, a ‘No Bag Day’.
Education Minister
BD Kalla announced
this on Saturday and in-
augurated first school
chess competition in
Bikaner on Sunday
.
About 150 students are
participating in chess
competition under 66th
dist level school sports
in Bikaner. School
Chess tournaments
started in all dists
across state from Sun-
day. State-level match
will also be played in
Bikaner from Novem-
ber 14 to 18.
Candidates leaving centre after appearing exam in Jaipur.
BD Kalla playing chess to inaugurate first school chess competition.
Governor Kalraj Mishra with CJ of Raj HC Pankaj Mithal, Justice
SN Bhargava, DGP Umesh Mishra, Prof. Ramsewak Dubey,
Suresh Kumar Singh and others at the inauguration event.
20-YR-OLD
SEDATED AND
GANGRAPED
FIVE MEN GET 20-YEAR JAIL FOR RAPE
Jaipur: A 20-year-old girl
was allegedly black-
mailed and gang-raped
by three men in Jaipur,
police said. Police
informed the accused
had been identified, and
they were known to the
victim. “The incident
occurred on October 25,
2021 when the accused
entered the house of the
victim. The three men
gang-raped the victim
in an unconscious state
and filmed her obscene
videos. Later, she was
blackmailed and repeat-
edly gang-raped by the
accused. The victim filed
an FIR in Police Station
after getting blackmailed
for a year. An FIR has
been filed and investiga-
tion is on,” police said.
Dausa: A POSCO Court in Dausa has sentenced five men
guilty of raping a specially-abled girl to 20 years of rigor-
ous imprisonment. The court also imposed a fine of Rs.
50,000 on each of accused. Sources informed victim’s
mother had filed an FIR in Mandawli Police Station in
2022 stating that her daughter was taken to a temple 
raped by five accused. “Incident occurred on August 9,
2020 at Kali Mata Temple,” added Sunil Kumar Saini.
Innova car rammed into a
electric pole in Ajmer.
NEWS DIGEST
Banswara: A Class
11th student was
stabbed to death
during a wedding in
Dungripada under
the Kushalgarh police
station area. The crime
happened when people
were dancing during
the wedding. About
nine people surround-
ed the student and
beat him up over some
dispute. Later, one of
them stabbed him. The
reasons for the dispute
is yet not known. The
incident happened late
on Saturday night.
Sawai Madhopur: Tri-
netra temple in Ranth-
ambore Fort to remain
shut on Tuesday due
to lunar eclipse. Tri-
netra Ganesh temple
in Ranthambore Fort
here will be shut on
Tuesday due to lunar
eclipse. It will open on
Wednesday morning
and an aarti will be
performed. Kaila Devi
Temple will remain
closed during the
day on November 8.
Mangala Aarti will be
done on November 8
at 4 am.
11TH
STUDENT
STABBED TO
DEATH IN WEDDING
LUNAR ECLIPSE:
TRINETRA TEMPLE
TO REMAIN SHUT
Pilot pitches for Old Pension
SchemeinHimachalPradesh
First India Bureau
Kangra: Ex Deputy
CM of Rajasthan
Sachin Pilot pitched
for the Old Pension
Scheme, implement-
ed in Rajasthan, to be
replicated in
Himachal Pradesh
also. “If voted to pow-
er, Congress will re-
store Old pension
scheme. We want re-
tired employees to get
the benefit of Old pen-
sion scheme,” he said
while addressing a
poll rally on Sunday.
He made a direct at-
tack on PM Narendra
Modi. Pilot said that
the Modi government
sold everything.
Pilot in conversation with
Cong candidate Ajay Mahajan
TWOCMsINRAJ,1TOOKOATH,OTHER
DECLARED BY HIGH COMMAND: ARUN
He said BJP will organise Jan Akrosh rallies  demonstrate to corner State govt
Yogesh Sharma 
Aishwary Pradhan
Jaipur: Rajasthan has
two chief ministers --
one who has taken the
oath and the other who
has been declared by
the Congress high com-
mand, BJP’s national
general secretary and
state in-charge Arun
Singh said Sunday.
The statement was in
reference to the ongo-
ing cold war between
Chief Minister Ashok
Gehlot and his former
deputy Sachin Pilot. He
said BJ P will win the
assembly elections in
Rajasthan next year.
“The public is trou-
bled. The public is mak-
ing an outrage. The
youth and the farmer
are upset. With their is-
sues we will go ahead
and overthrow the Ge-
hlot government. In
2023, BJP is going to win
withmajorityinGujarat
and Himachal,” he said.
Taking a dig at Rahul
Gandhi, BJP national
general secretary and
state in charge Arun
Singh on Sunday said it
was beyond comprehen-
sion that why he was on
‘Bharat Jodo’ Yatra
when India is already
united. He said that his
yatra is like a morning
and evening walk. Re-
ferring to PM Modi’s
praise of CM Gehlot in a
programme at Ban-
swara’s Mangarh Dham
recently
, Singh said that
Modi praised him for
his seniority but the
praise was not digested.
(L-R) Shravan Singh, Mukesh Dadhich, Bhajan Lal Sharma, Satish Poonia, Arun Singh, Madan Dilawar and others during the meeting
on Sunday at BJP headquarters.  —PHOTO BY SANTOSH SHARMA
WE WILL COME
TO POWER ON
OUR STRENGTHS,
SAYS POONIA
BJP WILL CREATE HISTORY IN GUJARAT: SHEKHAWAT
Jaipur: About conflict
between CM Ashok Gehlot
and former Deputy CM
Sachin Pilot, Poonia said
that Cong’s ouster will
be because
of internal
strife in the
party. “What
happened
in 2018 will
now lead
to ouster of Congress in
2023. We will come to
power on our strengths. I
feel sorry for Rahul as his
yatra will enter here when
results of Gujarat polls will
be announced,” he said.
Jodhpur: Union Jal Shakti Minister
Gajendra Singh Shekhawat claimed
that BJP will create a new history in
Gujarat. Shekhawat, who reached his
parliamentary constituency, held an
informal conversation with the media
at the airport. Responding to a ques-
tion on CM Ashok Gehlot trying to set
up the Rajasthan model in Gujarat,
Shekhawat asked which model he
wants to set? “The governance model
of Rajasthan is not good. People in
Rajasthan are waiting for a change,” he
said. Union Minister said that rape and
corruption has become institutional-
ized in Raj. He said people of Gujarat
would not even dream of having such
a leader.  —SHIV PRAKASH PUROHIT
Gajendra Singh Shekhawat Nathdwara
addressing audience. Also seen Morari Bapu
—PHOTO
BY
SUNIL
SHARMA
—PHOTO BY SANTOSH SHARMA
RAJASTHAN
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Mahesh Sharma
Jaipur: A case of a
poor youth from Ram-
sar of Churu district
beingtakentoThailand
by human trafficking
gang on the pretext of
employment abroad
and from there being il-
legally taken hostage in
a ship has come to light.
Sunil Kumar Shar-
ma, a resident of Ram-
sar in Churu district,
requested Charmesh
Sharma, the Congress
leader of Bundi, who
works for the assis-
tance of distressed In-
dians abroad, to take
him to his family in In-
dia. Sharma was
shocked to hear the or-
deal of the youth. Ju-
galkishore Sharma, the
elderly father of the
youth, is also worried
about his son’s safety
after being trapped in
Malaysia.
Sunil shared his or-
deal via social media
from Malaysia that an
agent Iqbal Khan in
Churu had promised
him to get employment
with a valid work visa
in Malaysia for Rs 1.05
lakh. In order to feed
his poor family, Sunil
fell into the trap of the
agent. The agent, how-
ever, took Rs 1.35 lakh
from him by pressuring
him. He was taken to
Thailand and from
there shifted to Malay-
sia in a ship without a
visa. His life is in dan-
ger due to illegal arriv-
al in Malaysia.
Raj youth in net of human trafficking,
spread over Thailand to Malaysia
SCARE OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING
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COUNCILLORS IN BADEBANDI; BJP,
CONGRESS OPEN WAR OF WORDS
First India Bureau
Jaipur: The number of
councillors staying in
BJP’s camp in a Chomu
palacehotelincreasedto
73 on Sunday
. MLA Ka-
licharan Saraf said that
nine councillors of Con-
gress and 4 independ-
ents are in touch with
the party leader while
Ashok Lahoti claimed
that the BJP candidate
for Mayor election will
get over 100 votes.
The party leaders
held a meeting of the
councillors in which the
councillors were teach-
ing ‘lessons’ on disci-
pline. The command of
the arrangements is
with the BJP spokesper-
son and MLA Ramlal
Sharma. Despite Laho-
ty’s claim that more
than 100 votes are with
BJP, the party is also
afraid of cross voting.
On the other hand, no
outsiderisbeingallowed
to enter the hotel. There
were speculations that
the party may shift the
councillors to another
hotel but Sharma clari-
fied that all the coun-
cilors will continue to
stay in the same hotel.
He also countered min-
ister Pratap Singh’s
statement and said that
Congress has its mayor
in JMCH so why devel-
opment is stalled there
and why councillors are
staging dharna there.
JMCG MAYORAL BY-POLLS
(L) Ashok Lahoty with BJP councilors in Chomu, Kalicharan Saraf and Ramlal Sharma were also present.
(R) Pushpendra Bhardwaj with Congress councilors at Majesty Resort in Jaipur on Sunday.
More than 50
councillors
reached Congress
camp on Sunday.
Mayor candidate
Hema Singhania and
Congress leader from
Sanganer, Pushpen-
dra Bharadwaj made
election strategy with
the councillors at
the Majestic Resort.
Explaining the policy,
Bharadwaj said that
the Congress is ex-
pected to get the full
benefit of the BJP’s
inner strife. Min PSK
also met few council-
lors at his resiedence
on Sunday.
COUNCILLORS IN
CONG’S CAMP
CROSS FIFTY
Number of councillors in BJP’s camp rised to 73; Cong crosses 50
Narcotics SI and
2 more held with
Rs 60k bribe in
Jhalawar by ACB
First India Bureau
Jhalawar: The Jhala-
war ACB on Sunday
caught red handed Cen-
tral Narcotics Bureau’s
Sub Inspector (Girda-
war) Pankaj Mishra and
two other persons tak-
ing Rs 60,000 bribe.
Mishra is posted at
Range Aklera and
Pachpahar, Central Nar-
cotics Bureau, District
Opium Office Jhalawar
andthebribewassought
in lieu of issuing a lease
of cultivating opium.
The two other accused
are identified as Naray-
anlal Meena and
Satyanarayan Meena.
4servantsdecamp
withjewellery,cash
worth`10 crore
Ashok Chopra and his daughter Lavina were found unconscious.
Rajeev Gaur
Jodhpur: Four domes-
tic servants of a re-
nownedhandicraftbusi-
nessman of Jodhpur
stole and fled with huge
amountof jewelleryand
cash after giving the
family members intoxi-
cated fried rice on late
Saturday night. The ac-
cused fled in the car of
the businessman which
was later found aban-
doned in Kuchamant on
Sunday afternoon.
The valuables are be-
lieved to be valued at Rs
10 crores. Advanced se-
curity system was there
in the house and the ac-
cused were well aware
of the system. They
damagedtheCCTVcam-
eras in the house and
lockedalltheentrygates
using remote controls
before decamping.
DCP (East) Amrita
Duhan said that a report
has been filed on the
complaint of the daugh-
ter of the businessman,
who came out from the
effect of the drug in the
morning and somehow
informed the business
partner of his father,
whoinformedthepolice.
All the accused were
from Nepal and two of
them had been called in
for the job by the female
maid Laxmiaround 2-3
months ago only
.
Four Nepali servants
gave sleeping pills in
fried rice; Car found
in Kuchaman city
Locker has been seized.
Accused in custody.
Ashok’s car was recovered with
home essentials in Kuchaman.
Raj Min abuses on phone, video viral
MLA Chandrakanta
climbs water tank
First India Bureau
Bundi: Upset with the
risingincidentsof thefts
in his area, Keshoraipa-
tan BJP MLA Chandra-
kanta Meghwal climbed
a water tank and de-
manded that District
Collector Ravindra Gos-
wami  SP must reach
the spot and assure that
thefts would be looked
into and only then she
would come down.
Meghwal said that Rs
25 lakh was stolen in the
past. Silver rings were
looted by chopping off
the feet of an elderly
woman. But the police
have not arrested the ac-
cused. She said that the
victim has met the po-
lice officer, but no action
has been taken. Angry
with an increase in theft
incidents in Bundi dis-
trict and slack function-
ing of the police, she
climbed up water tank.
The BJP MLA said
that the people of Bundi
are troubled because of
criminals. “There is no
law and order in the dis-
trict. Even the top police
officers are not listen-
ing. A large number of
BJP workers were pre-
sent along with MLA.
First India Bureau
Jaipur: An unknown
person is repeatedly ir-
ritating Disaster Man-
agement Minister Go-
vindram Meghwal by
calling him on mobile.
He does not introduce
himself properly. Irri-
tated over this, the min-
ister threatened and
abused him. However,
even after this, he did
not reveal his name. A
video showing the min-
ister talking to him has
gone viral.
Recently, someone
called the cabinet min-
ister and when Megh-
wal asked him for his
full introduction, he
called himself “Chou-
han Saab”. On this, Go-
vind Ram scolded him
and then abused. This
man said he was calling
himself a Poogal. When
the minister asked
about the exact location
in Poogal, he did not di-
vulge details. Later he
said that he was in Bi-
kaner. He did not even
tell where he was speak-
ing from in Bikaner.
This angered Govind
Ram and he abused
him. The person who
called was seen talking
very calmly
.
Two boys drown in water
filled quarry in Khandela
First India Bureau
Sikar: Two minor boys
drowned in a water-
filled quarry in Khan-
dela town of Sikar dis-
trict on Sunday after
they went into it to take
bath. Police informed
the incident occurred at
a mining site located in
Sevli village of Pani-
harwas Gram Panchay-
at. “The victims,
Shrawan Gurjar (17)
and Sunil Gurjar (18),
had jumped into a 15-
feet deep quarry located
at the mining site to
take bath. The locals
alerted the police when
spotted clothes and mo-
bile lying outside the
water body
,” police said.
Sunil Kumar Sharma
Contractor suicide
in Pali: Poonia
suspends Rekha
Bhati from party
Rawat Mishthan
under Lokayukta
radar; summon to
JMC official
First India Bureau
Pali: After the suicide
of city council contrac-
tor Hanuman Singh Ra-
jpurohit in Pali and the
registration of a case
against Chairperson
Rekha Bhati and Coun-
cillor Rakesh Bhati,
BJP councillors opened
a front against them.
BJP state chief Satish
Poonia sent state gen-
eral secy Madan Dila-
war to Pali for damage
control and to listen to
BJP councillors.
On Sunday, Poonia
suspended Bhati from
the primary member-
ship of the party
. After
this, the last rites of con-
tractor Hanuman Singh
were performed in
Dhabar village. Police
will investigate the case.
First India Bureau
Jaipur: The Lokay-
ukta has got strict on
Rawat Mishthan
Bhandar owners. The
case is related to ille-
galconstructiondone
by Rawat Hotel and
Misthan Bhandar.
The matter is re-
lated to Plot B-4, 5, 6
Station Road where
the building has
been constructed al-
legedly without per-
mission, without
parking and without
passing maps. Now,
Lokayuktahasissued
summons and have
summoned the Depu-
ty Commissioner of
Civil Line Zone to
present the investiga-
tion report of the
matter on Nov 14.
Irked over inaction against
several thefts in Kapren, MLA
Chandrakanta Meghwal along
with BJP leaders climbed the
water tank on Sunday.
Indian High Commis-
sion in Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia got active
after Charmesh Sharma
informed the Ministry of
External Affairs of Sunil’s
plight. The Ministry has
also officially registered
a case and directed the
Indian High Commission
to take action.
CASE FILED AFTER
CONG LEADER’S CALL
Govindram Meghwal
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Bhupender Yadav
@byadavbjp
Warms the hearts of all Indians to see
the progress of the ambitious project
to reintroduce Cheetahs in our wilds.
Under the leadership of PM Shri @
narendramodi ji, India looks to scale
up the programme to protect, preserve
and restore its wildlife.
Piyush Goyal
@PiyushGoyal
Government led by PM @
NarendraModi ji has issued guidelines
along with mill-wise export quota for
sugar season 2022-23. This will boost
India’s sugar ecosystem benefitting
both sugarcane farmers  Industry.
SPIRITUAL SPEAK
Remember this: Whoever
sows sparingly will also
reap sparingly, and
whoever sows generously
will also reap generously.
—Bible
IN-DEPTH
REGIONAL PARTIES
SHOW THEIR
STRENGTH IN
ASSEMBLY BY-POLLS
f the state assembly by-
election results have any
message it is that the BJP
is becoming increasingly
unstoppable. It has won
the Gola Gokarannath seat in
Uttar Pradesh, Haryana’s Ad-
ampur and Odisha’s Dhamna-
gar seats. The BJP also retained
the Gopalganj seat. The Con-
gress, on the other hand, has
come a cropper, which is bad
news for its prospects in Gujarat
and Himachal Pradesh.
The regional parties like Shiv
Sena (Uddhav), Rashtriya Jana-
ta Dal and Telangana Rashtra
Samithi denied victory to BJP in
prestigious and close battles for
Mumbai’s Andheri East, Bihar’s
Mokama and Telangana’s
Munugode seats. The Munugode
win is of special interest as the
BJP was desperate to grab this
seat. Andheri East victory has
come as a boost to Uddhav
Thackeray faction’s claim of en-
joying people’s support over
that of Eknath Shinde faction.
Significantly, these results
provide a clearer picture of Op-
position unity before the 2024
parliamentary election. It is the
regional parties which will pose
a challenge to the BJP.
TOP TWEETS
I
oliticians and
journalists in Pa-
kistan have to be
careful not to rub
the army and the
ISI on the wrong side. If they
do, they either end up in a
mortuary or in the wilder-
ness. Despite Pakistan’s
claim of being a democracy,
it has not been able to get out
of the army and ISI’s shadow.
The role of ISI is alleged in
the killing of a Pakistani
journalist in Kenya and also
the assassination attempt on
former Prime Minister Im-
ran Khan. Imran Khan al-
leged Prime Minister She-
hbaz Sharif, Interior Minis-
ter Rana Sanaullah and Ma-
jor-General Faisal Naseer
were part of the conspiracy
to eliminate him.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf
(PTI) party president’s
charge has not gone down
well with the army which has
issued a terse warning. In a
statement the Army said that
the “baseless allegations
against the institution and
particularly a senior Army
officer are absolutely unac-
ceptable and uncalled for”.
Shehbaz Sharif described
Imran Khan as a liar “from
head to toe”.
To tighten the screws on
PTI, the country’s electronic
media watchdog has passed a
gag order on all electronic
channels from broadcasting
or rebroadcasting Imran
Khan’s press conferences or
speeches to avoid creating ha-
tred among people. A similar
gagorderissuedbythewatch-
dog earlier was struck down
by the Supreme Court of Pa-
kistan. Free speech, anyone?
These are not signs of a
healthy democracy which,
incidentally, Pakistan has
never been. For the army and
ISI a strong democracy is an
anathema and the two insti-
tutions prefer to keep their
national and state govern-
ments’ strings in their hands.
IMRAN TAKES ON
POWERFUL ARMY
To tighten the screws
on PTI, the country’s
electronic media
watchdog has passed a
gag order on all
electronic channels
from broadcasting or
rebroadcasting Imran’s
press conferences or
speeches to avoid creating
hatred among people
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INDIA CRUSHES ZIMBABWE,
STRIDES INTO SEMIS AS SURYA SHINES
he Men in Blue have left the
ghosts of the 2021 T20 world
Cup well behind them as they
enter the semi-finals topping
their group in the league
stage. On Sunday, in front of
an 80 thousand plus crowd in
Melbourne Cricket Ground,
India won by 71 runs against
Zimbabwe and set up a semi-
final clash against England
on Thursday
. India’s win had
all the bases covered as they
dominated the match in all
departments of the game.
But the cherry on the cake
was Suryakumar Yadav’s
scintillating hitting in the
last 5 overs of Indian innings.
His 61 of 25 balls not only
made sure that India reached
a formidable total but also
reminded Indian fans about
how good a middle order
batsman Surya is and the one
that Team India was missing
over the past few years.
India’s berth in the Semis
was already booked after
Netherlands pulled off a stun-
ning upset over South Africa
earlier in the day
. But as is
rightly said, momentum is
easy to lose and one must
keep it going as long as pos-
sible, especially heading into
the business end of a major
tournament. So, it was impor-
tant for India to win comfort-
ably to stay confident before
thebigclashagainstEngland.
India made only one change
in their line up as Rishabh
Pant was included in the elev-
eninplaceof DineshKarthik.
Winning the toss, Rohit Shar-
ma chose to bat first. This was
a correct decision according
to most experts particularly
since Rohit himself needed to
find form and spend some
time at the wicket.
Sadly, the Indian skipper
was unable to benefit much
from batting first as he was
dismissed quickly once
again. His terrific shot mak-
ing against short pitched
balls is proving to be his nem-
esis for the time being on the
bouncy pitches of Australia
and Rohit holed out pulling
one straight to deep square
leg scoring just 15. Kohli and
Rahul then kept the score
card moving, stitching a 60-
run partnership for the sec-
ond wicket. Rahul was the
aggressor between the two
and he put up another classy
show of his striking abilities.
His 51 off 35 balls set up the
base for a big total and at the
halfway stage, India was at 80
having lost just 1 wicket.
It was then that a mini col-
lapse threatened to derail In-
dia. Rahul, Kohli and Pant all
perished within a span of
just 14 runs. The stage was
set for a Hardik and Surya
show. While Hardik played
the second fiddle making 18
of 18 balls, Surya stole the
limelight with his 4 sixes and
6 fours. His constant scoop-
ing of Zimbabwean bowlers
over the short fine leg for
boundaries and sixers had all
fans in a tizzy
. His knock put
India in a powerful position
and gave their bowlers a
strong total of 186 to defend.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar has
been in fine form since his
return from injury and has
bowled many dot balls in pow-
erplay overs. His first over
was a maiden again as he
picked up a wicket on his very
first delivery
. Kohli dived to
pick up a stunning catch to
dismiss Wessly Madhevere. It
was total capitulation from
then on by the Zimbabwe
batsman. All Indian bowlers
chipped in with wickets at
regular intervals. After the
powerplay Zimbabwe was at
27 runs having lost 3 wickets
and then got reduced to 36 for
5 in the next two overs. Si-
kandarRazahasbeenthebest
batsman for Zimbabwe in the
tournament and his 34 along
with Ryan Burl’s 35 took their
team to a semblance of a total
before it all concluded in the
18th over as they were bowled
for a paltry 115.
The Men in Blue now head
to Adelaide for their semi-fi-
nal meeting with England.
India’s roaring juggernaut
has gained the much-needed
confidence ahead of the
knock-out contest. England
meanwhile, struggled to win
against a weak Sri Lankan
team in their last league
game. Both teams though
were tagged as the favorites
at the start of the tournament
and now stand just 2 wins
away from ultimate glory
.
THE VIEWS EXPRESSED BY
THE AUTHOR ARE PERSONAL
T
The other semi-final clash is
between Pakistan and New
Zealand, which is on
Wednesday in Sydney.
India doesn’t play Pakistan
in bilateral series anymore
but fans now wait for them
to meet in such ICC events.
The expectations of them
clashing once more in the
finals are immense and its
not just the fans praying for
this scenario to play out but
the broadcasters all over the
world too must be licking
their lips of an India-
Pakistan World Cup final in
Melbourne next Sunday!
SIDDHAARTH MAHAN
The writer is a specialist on Sports
and Cinema who works as an actor
in the Hindi film industry
The Men in Blue have left the ghosts of the 2021 T20
world Cup well behind them as they enter the semi-
finals topping their group in the league stage. On
Sunday, in front of an 80 thousand plus crowd
in Melbourne Cricket Ground, India won by 71
runs against Zimbabwe and set up a semi-
final clash against England on Thursday
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Sheopur (ANI): Two
cheetahs among the
eight cheetahs brought
from Namibia, shifted
to a larger enclosure of
Kuno National Park,
Madhya Pradesh’s
Sheopur district on Sat-
urday, an official said.
Divisional Forest Of-
ficer of Kuno Wildlife
Circle Prakash Kumar
Verma said, “After the
completion of the quar-
antine period of the
cheetahs brought from
Namibia, two male
Cheetahs have been re-
leasedinabigenclosure.
The rest of the cheetahs
will also be released in a
phase-wise manner
soon”. The cheetahs are
shifted in a different en-
closure where the leop-
ards are not being
traced, he added.
The eight cheetahs
brought from Namibia
were released by PM
Narendra Modi at Kuno
National Park on the oc-
casion of his birthday
on September 17.
Initially, the cheetahs
were kept in a separate
small enclosure. Now,
two of them have been
shifted into the big en-
closure and they will
hunt themselves.
On the occasion of
his birthday, PM Modi
reintroduced cheetahs
brought from Namibia
in Kuno National Park
as part of his efforts to
revitalise and diversify
the country’s wildlife
and habitat.
2cheetahsshiftedinbigenclosureatKunoNationalPark
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RETHINK AGE OF
CONSENT IN POCSO:
HC TO LAW PANEL
Bengaluru: The Karnataka
High Court has directed
the Law Commission of
India to reconsider the age
of consent in Protection
of Children from Sexual
Offences (POCSO) Act.
The court heard an appeal
by the police challenging
the acquittal of a POCSO
accused. It found that the
girl, then 17, had eloped
with the boy in 2017.
Though the girl’s parents
had filed the complaint,
all the witnesses turned
hostile. While the case
continued, the two had
married and now have two
children.
MAN GETS LIFE
IMPRISONMENT ON
MURDER CHARGES
PM DELIGHTED OVER
RELEASE OF CHEETAHS
IN BIGGER ENCLOSURE
“HIGH DENSITY OF
LEOPARDS AT KNP A
MATTER OF CONERN”
Baripada (PTI): A local
court in the Mayurbhanj
district of the Odisha
on Saturday sentenced
a 38-year-old man to
undergo life imprisonment
after holding him guilty
and convicting him on
the charges of murder.
Rairangpur Additional
District and Sessions
Judge Deepak Kumar
convicted Chotray Dehuri
and imposed a fine of
Rs 10,000, Additional
Public Prosecutor Pankaj
Kumar Das said. On Oct
20, 2020, Chotray Dehuri
had killed Samara Dehuri
following an old dispute,
Das said.
New Delhi (ANI): Prime
Minister Narendra Modi
on Sunday expressed his
delight over the release of
two cheetahs in the bigger
enclosure. Sharing the
video of the cheetahs, Prime
Minister Narendra Modi
tweeted on Sunday, “Great
news! Am told that after the
mandatory quarantine, 2
cheetahs have been released
to a bigger enclosure for
further adaptation to the Kuno
habitat. Others will be released
soon. I’m also glad to know
that all cheetahs are healthy,
active and adjusting well.”
Bhopal (PTI): As 8 Namibia-
born cheetahs complete more
than 50 days in their new home
Kuno National Park in Madhya
Pradesh, a South Africa-based
animal conservationist has
expressed concern over the
high density of leopards in the
sanctuary, but said the two
carnivores have a history of co-
existence as well. According to
animal conservationist Vincent
van der Merwe, who manages
the cheetah metapopulation in
South Africa, the high density
of leopards in KNP is a matter
of concern for the new guests
at the Kuno National Park.
SC VERDICT TODAY
ON PLEAS AGAINST
10% EWS QUOTA
New Delhi: The Supreme
Court is scheduled to
pronounce on Monday
its judgement on a batch
of pleas challenging the
validity of the 103rd
Constitution amendment
providing 10 per cent
reservation to economically
weaker sections (EWS)
persons in admissions
and government jobs.
According to the causelist
of November 7 uploaded
on the apex court website,
a five-judge Constitution
bench headed by Chief
Justice Uday Umesh Lalit
would deliver the verdict in
the matter.
NGT JUNKS PLEA FOR
AMENITIES IN 10
U’KHAND VILLAGES
New Delhi: The National
Green Tribunal has refused
to entertain a plea seeking
direction to the Centre and
Uttarakhand govt to provide
basic facilities such as road,
electricity, water, school and
health centres in 10 villages
situated on the periphery of
the Rajaji National Park. A
bench of NGT chairperson
Adarsh Goel, judicial
member Sudhir Agarwal and
expert member A Senthil
Vel said the application has
been filed in a matter which
was disposed of on Aug 27,
2018, with the observation
that the grievance was not
within the purview of this
tribunal.
IN THE COURTYARD
ORDER UPHELD FOR CHARGING MAN FOR
USE OF EXPLETIVE TO THREATEN WOMAN
New Delhi: A Delhi court has upheld the order of a
magisterial court to charge a man with sexual harassment
for using a commonly used English expletive to threaten
a woman. The court observed that there was a prima
facie case of the petitioner using the word with the intent
to insult the modesty of the complainant. The court was
hearing a criminal revision case filed by the petitioner,
against whom a Mahila Court in August 2022 had ordered
framing charges According to the complainant, the accused
used the expletive and threatened her on May 9, 2019.
2 cheetahs being released to a bigger enclosure, at Kuno National
Park, in Sheopur district of Madhya Pradesh.
Nagrota (PTI): The
BJP will win both the
lowerandupperpartsof
Himachal Pradesh, Un-
ionHomeMinisterAmit
Shah said on Sunday
ahead of the Assembly
polls on November 12.
During an election
rally here in Kangra
district, Shah also took
a swipe at the poll guar-
antees given by the Con-
gress in its manifesto.
The state is divided
into upper and lower
Himachal. While Man-
di,Kullu,Shimla,Solan,
Kinnaur, Lahaul-Spiti,
Sirmaur and Chamba
form upper Himachal,
the lower parts of the
state comprise Chamba,
Una, Kangra Bilaspur
and Hamirpur. Tradi-
tionally, the Congress
has been a strong con-
tender in the upper
parts of the state.
Shah claimed that the
saffron party will
trounce the Congress in
its bastion.
Alleging that the
Congress was involved
in corruption during its
tenure,Shahsaid,“Who
will believe in their
guarantees? They ruled
for 10 years but only in-
dulged in big scams.
Now they are making
guarantees to befool the
innocent people of
Himachal Pradesh.”
Hailing Prime Minis-
ter Narendra Modi,
Shah said his stature
had grown globally
.
He claimed when In-
dian students were
strandedinUkrainedur-
ing its war with Russia,
Modi had called up pres-
idents of the two coun-
tries and asked them to
stop the war for a couple
of days so that Indians
could be evacuated.
“This is unprecedent-
ed for the world. Our
students were evacuat-
ed safely,” Shah said.
The home minister
also made a mention of
the development work
and government initia-
tives like Himcare
health scheme and Jal
Jeevan Mission to en-
suresafedrinkingwater.
Lauding Chief Minis-
ter Jai Ram Thakur,
Shah said the state at-
tracted an investment
of Rs 44,000 crore under
his leadership.
The home minister
has been holding a se-
ries of rallies in the
state on Sunday as only
six days are left for the
polling.
Shah exudes confidence of BJP’s win
BATTLEGROUND HIMACHAL PRADESH
Rahul Gandhi-led Bharat Jodo Yatra
of Congress party completes 60 days
Hyderabad: Congress
leader Rahul Gandhi’s
Bharat Jodo Yatra con-
tinued in Telangana on
Sunday
. On the 60th day
of his walkathon, the
Congress MP started
walking at Alladurg in
Medak district.
He along with state
Congress chief A Re-
vanth Reddy and other
state leaders walked
through different parts
of Alladurg headquar-
ters before the mid-
break halt at Chintal
Lakshmapur. During
the padyatra, Rahul in-
teracted with people
from various walks of
life. He waved at the peo-
ple standing on either
side of the road and en-
tertained the requests
of some youngsters for
selfies with him.
Morbi collapse accused
being shielded: Kejriwal
Wankaner (PTI): AAP
leader Arvind Kejriwal
on Sunday alleged ef-
forts are being made to
save the people respon-
sible for the repair work
of theMorbisuspension
bridge which collapsed
on October 30 killing
more than 130 people.He
also said if AAP forms
government in Gujarat,
it will construct a grand
Morbi bridge.
Rahul Gandhi caresses the buffalo during the party’s Bharat Jodo
Yatra in Telangana, on Sunday.  —PHOTO BY ANI
Amit Shah holds a mace during a public meeting at Nagrota, in Kangra on Sunday. —PHOTO BY ANI
Arvind Kejriwal during a roadshow, in Surendranagar on Sunday.
WILL SAVE GUJARAT
FROM DECEIT OF BJP’S
‘DOUBLE ENGINE’: RaGa
New Delhi (PTI): Congress
leader Rahul Gandhi on Sun-
day said his party will fulfil
the promises it has made
to the people of Gujarat and
save them from the “deceit”
of the BJP’s “double engine”.
“LPG cylinder in Rs 500, 10
lakh jobs to youth, Farmer’s
loan waiver up to 3 lakh. We
will fulfill the ‘CongressNa-
8Vachan’ we made to the
people of Gujarat,” Gandhi
said in a tweet in Hindi.“Will
save you from the deceit of
BJP’s ‘double engine’, will
celebrate ‘festival of change’
in the state,” Rahul Gandhi
said.Elections will be held
in Gujarat in two phases on
December 1 and 5.
PRASHANT BHUSHAN
JOINS BHARAT JODO
YATRA IN TELANGANA
CONG’S ‘CHARGE
SHEET’ AGAINST
GUJARAT BJP GOVT MALLIKARJUN GETS
GRAND WELCOME
IN BENGALURU
Hyderabad (Agencies)
Activist-lawyer Prashant
Bhushan on
Sunday joined
the ‘Bharat
Jodo Yatra’ led
by Congress
leader Rahul
Gandhi on its 60th day in
Telangana.
Ahmedabad: The Gujarat
Congress released a 22-point
‘charge sheet’ against the
state BJP govt on Sunday
accusing it of being anti-
people. All that an average
Gujarati got was “hunger,
fear and tyranny,” it claimed.
The Opposition party also
highlighted in the ‘charge
sheet’ the recent Morbi
bridge collapse incident.
Bengaluru (PTI): Congress
president Mallikarjun Kharge
on Sunday
reached here to
a grand welcome
accorded by
party leaders and
workers on his
maiden visit to Bengaluru after
becoming Congress chief.
AMIT SHAH TAKES ON CONGRESS ‘10
GUARANTEES’ IN HIMACHAL MANIFESTO CONG LIKELY TO
MOVE POLL PANEL
AGAINST MODI
BJP’S HP MANIFESTO
COPY-PASTE OF OLD
PROMISES: CONG
New Delhi (PTI): The
Congress Sunday
accused Prime
Minister Narendra
Modi of “pressuring”
a rebel BJP leader
against contesting
the Himachal Pradesh
assembly polls and
alleged he is “misus-
ing his power” to
influence free and fair
elections.Congress
spokesperson Ab-
hishek Manu Singhvi
cited a viral video
on social media
platforms,
claiming that in
it Modi’s voice
is heard in a
call with BJP
rebel Kripal
Parmar.
Shimla (PTI): The Con-
gress hit out at the ruling
BJP on Sunday over its
Himachal Pradesh poll
manifesto, terming it a
“cut-copy-paste” of their
five-year-old promises
and in parts borrowed
from the grand old party’s
2022 election document.
At a presser on Sunday,
Congress’ in-charge for
Himachal Pradesh Rajiv
Shukla and party leader
Alka Lamba termed the
BJP’s manifesto a “cut-
copy-paste” document.
“CM Jairam Thakur has
used cut, copied and
pasted the BJP’s 2017
manifesto and borrowed
points from the Congress’
2022 manifesto,” Alka
Lamba claimed at the
press conference.
Kangra (ANI): Union
Home Minister Amit
Shah on Sunday took
on the Congress’ ‘10
guarantees’ in its elec-
tion manifesto for the
upcoming elections for
the Himachal Pradesh
state Assembly, and
said that guarantees of
only those are believed
“who have some record”.
Addressomg an election
rally in Nagrota, Kangra
in Himachal Pradesh on
Sunday, AmitShah said,
“I was coming here, I
saw a rally of one of the
Congress candidates
where 10 guarantees
were written. Guarantees
of only those people are
believed who have some
record. Who will believe
in your guarantees?
There was the Sonia-
Manmohan government
at the Centre, they did
corruption of Rs 12 lakh
crore. And today they
are giving guarantees
to the innocent people
of Himachal.”The Union
Home Minister, differenti-
ating the Bharatiya Janata
Party (BJP) from the
Congress, said that “it
is difficult to count cor-
ruption in the Congress
regime, and it is difficult
to find corruption in the
BJP regime.”
New Delhi (ANI): Congress
MP Abhishek Manu Singhvi
on Sunday slammed BJP
chief JP Nadda for his
claims of implementing
Uniform Civil Code (UCC)
in Himachal Pradesh. Na-
dda released BJP’s mani-
festo for Himachal Pradesh
polls, in which it stated a
committee of experts will
be formed and UCC will
be implemented in the
state on the basis of their
report. “Whenever there is
dearth of votes during the
elections, BJP brings up
the issue of religion
and today JP Nadda
saying that the
party will be bring-
ing the UCC in
Himachal,” said
Singhvi. “BJP
has completed
8 years in the
centre and 5
years in Himachal. Why
haven’t they implemented
the UCC till now? UCC is
a legal issue, so how can
every state implement it
in a different way? BJP is
just trying to fool the public
in the name of UCC,” he
added.
CONGRESS MP SINGHVI SLAMS BJP CHIEF
NADDA FOR CLAIMS OF IMPLEMENTING UCC
Shimla (ANI): Bharati-
ya Janata Party nation-
al president JP Nadda
on Sunday said that
Congress “doesn’t be-
lieve in its own mani-
festo”, which he
claimed, has no vision,
while also stating that
the manifesto released
by the BJP is “taken se-
riously” by the people.
Nadda’s remarks came
after releasing the BJP
manifesto. “Congress
party doesn’t believe in
its own manifesto and
there’s no vision,
weightage, and direc-
tion in it. Our manifesto
is done with due dili-
gence and is taken seri-
ously by people,” Nadda
said while speaking to
the media. The Con-
gress manifesto gives 10
guarantees which in-
clude the implementa-
tion of the Old Pension
Scheme, 1 lakh govern-
ment jobs, as many as 5
lakh jobs for youth, Rs
680 crore Start-up fund
for the youth, Rs 1,500
per month to the wom-
en, and free electricity
up to 300 units of con-
sumption.
Participating in the
Jan Sampark Abhiyan,
the BJP chief said that
the people are excited
and are blessing the
party’s campaign.
BJP chief JP Nadda distributes pamphlets during the Jan
Sampark Abhiyan (public relations campaign) for the Himachal
Pradesh elections, in Shimla on Sunday.  —PHOTO BY ANI
CONGRESS DOESN’T BELIEVE IN ITS OWN
MANIFESTO, SAYS NADDA IN HIMACHAL

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  • 1. WATCH THE NATIONAL HINDI NEWS CHANNEL BHARAT24 - JAHAN TAK BHARAT WAHAN TAK BHARAT24 JAIPUR l MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2022 l Pages 12 l 3.00 RNI NO. RAJENG/2019/77764 l Vol 4 l Issue No. 151 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia OUR EDITIONS: JAIPUR, NEW DELHI MUMBAI 19 DEAD AFTER PASSENGER PLANE CRASHES IN TANZANIA Mumbai: Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor welcomed their first child, a baby girl. On Sunday, Alia was admitted to the Sir HN Reliance Foundation Hospital and Research Centre in Mumbai for her delivery. The actress gave birth to a healthy baby girl. Dar es Salaam: Death count from Sunday’s plane crash in Lake Victoria in Tanzania has jumped to 19, PM Kassim Majaliwa said, after the Precision Air flight with 43 passengers aboard plunged into water while approaching northwestern city of Bukoba. AIRASIA FLIGHT SAFELY ABORTS TAKE OFF AFTER A TECH GLITCH New Delhi: AirAsia India Pune-Bengaluru flight (I5- 1427) with over 180 people onboard safely rejected take off at the origin on Sunday evening after the pilots got a “brake hot”caution. Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) is probing this case. IT’S A GIRL! ALIA, RANBIR WELCOME FIRST CHILD GEHLOT RECUPERATES, READY TO HIT GROUND IN GUJ FROM TODAY First India Bureau Jaipur: Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot will re- sume his election tour of Gujarat from Mon- day onwards. Gehlot, who has addressed and attended several rallies in Gujarat, will cam- paign for Congress can- didates in Rajkot and its adjoining areas. Gehlot had an elec- tion tour scheduled on Saturday itself, but due to his ill health, the tour was postponed. The CM has even gone to SMS hospital for checkup and after recuperating, he is ready to spread his ‘magic’ in the neigh- bouring State again. CM Gehlot is one of the star campaigners of Congress in Gujarat elections. The Congress high command has also made Gehlot a senior observer. Gehlot will leave from Jaipur at 11.30 am on Monday . He will keep an eye on the rebels of BJP. Former Gujarat minister Jay- narayan Vyas, who re- cently left BJP, has been in touch with Gehlot and may join Congress. CM Ashok Gehlot with Anil Sharma, Bhanwarlal Pujari Abdul Rashid Chayal in meeting regarding Sardarshahar by-polls at CMR on Sunday. l CM Gehot will campaign for Congress candidates in Rajkot and adjoining areas l Former Gujarat min Jaynarayan Vyas may join Congress in Gehlot’s presence `10 CR LOOT AFTER SEDATING BIZMAN AND HIS DAUGHTER Jodhpur: Four domestic servants of a renowned handicraft businessman stole jewellery and cash worth Rs 10 crore in Jodhpur after giving the family members food mixed with sleeping pills on Saturday night. All the accused were from Nepal and two of them had been called in for the job by the female maid Laxmi. P3 TOP STORIES Other Raj Other Raj l Jhalawar ACB on Sunday nabs Central Narcotics Bureau’s SI (Girdawar) Pankaj Mishra, 2 others taking `60,000 bribe. P3 l Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh cau- tions that air pollution related stubble burning cases have risen by 160% in Rajasthan. P8 l BJP state in-charge Arun Singh, State prez Satish Poonia and oth- ers asked workers to strengthen booths. P2 “Aa Gujarat, Mai Banavyu Chhe” First India Bureau Nana Pondha (Gujarat): PM Narendra Modi on Sunday said the forces that indulged in spread- ing hatred, defamed Guj will be swept out of state again in next month’s Assemblypollswhichhe saidBJPwouldwinwith a record margin. Addressing his first election rally in his home state after the an- nouncement of the poll schedule, Modi came up with a new slogan — “ Aa Gujarat, mai banavyu chhe”, also made people chant it several times. He further said, “As every Gujarati is full of confidence, that is the reason every Gujarat speaks the voice of the inner soul. Every sound comes from the heart of Gujarat (saying) ‘I have made this Gujarat” and added sitting in Delhi, I am getting inputs that BJP will win Gujarat with a record margin. Modi launches new election slogan in Gujarati which means I have made this Gujarat Those spreading hatred, defaming Gujarat will be swept out of state, says PM Modi PM stresses, he was getting inputs that BJP will win Gujarat polls with a record margin Those who try to defame Gujarat are surprised why people of Gujarat are not believing their false propaganda. This is because the people of this state have made Gujarat with hard work and they will never allow someone to harm the state. —Narendra Modi, Prime Minister PM Narendra Modi exchanges greetings with CM Bhupendra Patel during a public meeting at Nana Pondha in Valsad on Sunday. HM Shah: UCC to be implemented in HP if you vote for BJP MUGHAL ROAD CLOSED AS JK HIGH ALTITUDE AREAS GET SNOWFALL CENTRAL PANEL LIFTS RESTRICTIONS AS DEL’S AIR QUALITY IMPROVES YADAV BECOMES FIRST INDIAN TO SMASH 1,000 T20I RUNS IN A CALENDAR YEAR BJP RELEASES MANIFESTO; UCC, 8 LAKH JOBS AMONG 11 OTHER COMMITMENTS Union Home Minister Amit Shah addressing a public meeting at Nagro- ta, in Kangra on Sunday said Uniform Civil Code (UCC) will be imple- mented in HP if the Jai Ram Thakur govt comes back to power. Urging women to encourage their daughters to study at least up to Class 12, Shah said govt will gift their two-wheelers. Jammu: Mughal road, an alter- nate link connecting Kashmir with rest of the country, was closed for vehicular traffic on Sunday as most of the high altitude area experienced light to moderate snowfall overnight. New Delhi: The central panel on air quality management lifted the restrictions it had imposed in Delhi and NCR over plummeting air quality. Meanwhile, Environ- ment Minister Gopal Rai will chair a high level meeting today. l Pakistan put up a clini- cal bowling display to beat Bangladesh by five wickets in their high-stake final group match and qualify for the semifinals of the T20 World Cup on Sunday. l Sri Lanka cricketer Danushka Gunathilaka, who was with the national squad for T20 World Cup in Australia, has been arrested on charges of sexual assault, team sources said on Sunday. Suryakumar Yadav became the first Indian and only the second player after Mohammad Rizwan in the world to score 1,000 runs or more in a calendar year during the Super 12 match against Zimbabwe on Sunday. Rizwan had scored 1326 runs in 2021. BJP on Sunday released the party’s manifesto - ‘ BJP Sankalp Patra 2022’ for the Himachal Pradesh as- sembly elections and highlighted BJP’s manifesto lists 11 major promises: The Uniform Civil Code l `3,000 per year to small-scale farmers l 8 lakh new jobs l Roads to every village l Development of pilgrimage sites l Development of ‘Himteerth Tourist Circuit’ l Reducing GST to 12% to apple farmers l Five new medical colleges, mobile health clinics l `900 crore start-up fund l Increase in financial aid to soldiers killed in line of duty l Survey of Waqf Board properties, investigation of their illegal use l Reso- lution of irregularities in salaries of the govt employees. JP Nadda along with Anurag Thakur, Jai Ram Thakur and others releases BJP’s manifesto for the upcoming Himachal Pradesh Assembly elections, in Shimla on Sunday. SURYA ADDS ‘LIGHT’ TO TEAM INDIA! Team India beats Zimbabwe to top group 2; to face England in Semis Melbourne: India de- feated Zimbabwe by 71 runs at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sun- day to set up a semi-fi- nal clash with England. Defending 186 for 5, In- dia bundled out Zimba- bwe for 115 runs in 17.2 oversasAshwinstarred with 3 wickets for 22 runs in 4 overs. Earlier, Suryakumar Yadav scored 61 not out off 25 balls as India posted 186 for 5 against Zimbabwe. India and England will meet for second T20 WC semi-final on Thursday . ASSEMBLY BYPOLL RESULTS ON 7 SEATS IN 6 STATES Modi’s BJP shines in UP, Haryana, Bihar Odisha BJP wins 4 seats; TRS, RJD, Sena (UBT) bag 1 each Moni Sharma New Delhi: The 7 As- sembly constituencies that had gone to polls on November 3, their re- sults were announced on Sunday. The bypoll in Adampur was neces- sitated after former sit- ting MLA Kuldeep Bish- noi resigned from the Vidhan Sabha in Au- gust to switch from Cong to BJP. Andheri East contest was held due to the untimely death of Sena MLA Ramesh Latke. Moka- ma seat, in Bihar, fell vacant after Anant Sin- gh, was dismissed due to a conviction in a criminal case. The con- test in Gopalganj, also in Bihar, was necessi- tated due to the death of sitting BJP MLA Sub- hash Singh. Munugode witnessed a bypoll after sitting MLA Komatired- dy Raj Gopal Reddy re- signed on August 2. The bypoll was necessitated in Gola Gokarannath seat of Lakhimpur fol- lowing death of Arvind Giri, while Dhamnagar seat fell vacant due to demise of Bishnu Das. Adampur (Haryana) Mokama (Bihar) Dhamnagar (Odisha) Gola Gokaran Nath (UP) Gopalganj (Bihar) Bhavya Bishnoi Neelam Devi Aman Giri KP Reddy Kusum Devi 67,492 VOTES 79,646 VOTES 80,351 VOTES 1,14,444 VOTES 67,363 VOTES 70,032 VOTES BJP RJD BJP BJP TRS BJP WINS WINS WINS WINS WINS WINS LOSE 51,752 VOTES Jai Prakash (Cong) LOSE 62,939 VOTES Sonam Devi (BJP) LOSE 70,470 VOTES Abanti Das (BJD) LOSE 90,512 VOTES Vinay Tiwari (SP) LOSE 74,224 VOTES KR Gopal Reddy (BJP) LOSE 68,243 VOTES Mohan P Gupta (RJD) VOTER TURNOUT VOTER TURNOUT VOTER TURNOUT VOTER TURNOUT VOTER TURNOUT VOTER TURNOUT 75.25% 52.47% 66.33% 55.68% 77.55% 48.35% Suryabanshi Suraj Munugode (Telangana) Yogi Adityanath @myogiadityanath UP Hearty congratulations to all the hardworking workers and respected voters for the Virat victory of @BJP4UP in the by-election in Gola Gokar- nath Vidhan Sabha seat! This spectacular victory is a symbol of unwavering public faith in the public welfare policies of the double engine BJP government. Thank you Gola Gokarnath! Jagat Prakash Nadda @JPNadda Gratitude to the godlike people and congratulations to the workers for the victory of the BJP candidate in the Dhamnagar assembly by-election of Orissa. This victory is a symbol of public’s faith in the welfare schemes and policies being run under the leadership of respected Prime Minister Shri @narendramodi ji. Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) supporters celebrate their candidate Suryavanshi Suraj’s wins in Dhamnagar by-elections, at party state office after the results were declared on Sunday.
  • 2. Jaisalmer: Mines minister Pramod Jain Bhaya’s car col- lided with a Nilgai in Jaisalmer’s Lathi area. Bhaya was not present in the car in which his wife Urmila Jain and oth- er members were travelling. Suddenly, a Nilgai came in front of the car near Sodhakore village on NH-11. However, no one was injured in the incident. BHAYA’S CAR COLLIDES WITH NILGAI, ALL SAFE RAJASTHAN JAIPUR | MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2022 02 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia Promoted by Ashiana Housing Limited First India Bureau Jaipur: Guv Kalraj Mishra said that Con- stitution is the guiding book about human rights and duties. Gov- ernor was addressing inauguration of the Ra- jasthan branch of Alla- habad University Pura Chhatra Parishad at Hotel Holiday Inn. Mishra said that Con- stitution Park is being constructed in Raj Bhavan with aim of making everyone aware about our culture of the Constitution. He called upon members of Alla- habad University Pura Chhatra Parishad to do remarkable work in their respective fields and become partners in progress of society development of nation. CJ of Rajasthan HC Justice Pankaj Mithal in his address said that this institution has its own pride due to the distinguished contribu- tion of alumni. Former CJ of Sikkim HC Justice SN Bharga- va shared his memories of university. DGP Umesh Mishra stressed on need to restore old dignity of University. Guv inaugurated web- site logo of Council. Constitutionguidebookofrights:Guv RAJ BRANCH OF PURA STUDENT COUNCIL INAUGURATED Sushant Mishra, Minister Ramlal Jat, Bharat Singh in discussion with Dharmendra Rathore at his residence in Kota on Sunday. Ramlal, Rathore, Rahul’s PA inspect preps in Jhalawar BHARAT JODO YATRA IN RAJASTHAN First India Bureau Jaipur: Preparations have been intensified ahead of Rahul Gan- dhi’s Bharat Jodo pady- atra in Rajasthan which is likely to enter the Congress ruled state in first week of December. Revenue Minister Ramlal Jat and RTDC Chairman Dharmen- dra Rathore visited Jhalawar district on Sunday. The yatra will enter Jhalawar from Madhya Pradesh. They inspected the road from Jhalawar to Tonk and gave instructions to the party workers for the preparations. Both the leaders also visited Bundi and iden- tified places for routes and public rallies in Ke- shoraipatan. Former Zila Pramukh Rakesh Boyat and other leaders and workers were also present with them. Party sources said Rajasthan Chairman of Bharat Jodo Yatra Vib- hakar Shastri will come to Jaipur on Nov 7 on a two-day visit. He will meet PCC President Go- vind Singh Dotasra and will also take a meeting of PCC office bearers. Office bearers of party frontal organizations are likely to be assigned responsibility . Woman creates ruckus over marrying her girl friend, held Nagaur (PTI): A woman from MP was arrested after she created a ruckus at her female friend’s house in Nagaur, saying she wanted to marry her, police said on Sunday . Two women, aged be- tween 21 25, met on social media a cou- ple of years ago, SP Ram Moorthy Joshi said. The woman from Madhya Pradesh allegedly wanted to marry her friend and also sought physical rela- tionship with her. She also demanded Rs 10L. Further, she threatened the Ra- jasthan woman of leaking their chats on social media if she did not accept the demands, SP said citing complaint. “Victim her family members filed a po- lice complaint today , after which an FIR for house trespass extortion was regis- tered,” Joshi said. MP woman has been arrested, he added. First India Bureau Jaipur: A six-year-old minor girl was alleged- ly molested by a secu- rity guard in Bagru area of Jaipur district, police said. Police in- formed the incident oc- curred on November 5 while the girl was re- turningfromtheschool. “Accused has been iden- tified as 60-yr-old secu- rity guard. Accused mo- lested girl and did ob- scene acts with her while she was return- ing home from school. Later, girl narrated inci- dent to her mother. When mother objected, she was beaten by the accused,” police said. “The accused has been arrested,” police added. 60-year-old security guard arrested for molesting minor RuckusinKotaoverbusboarding FORESTER EXAM First India Bureau Jaipur/Kota: Exam of forester was held by RSMSSB on Sunday . Exam was held in two shifts at 1,718 exam cen- tres of 10 dists. 5.59L aspirants were regis- tered while exam was held for 99 posts. 5,654 students will fight for one post. Officials in- formed more than 1.60L candidates appeared from Jaipur. Mean- while, aspirants created ruckus at Nayapura roadways bus stand in Kota over boarding of buses. Exam of forest guard will be held on Nov 12, 13. DIYA KUMARI TO CAMPAIGN IN HIMACHAL ON NOV 8 First India Bureau Rajsamand: MP Diya Kumari will campaign in support of BJP can- didates in the Himachal Pradesh Assem- bly elections. On the directions of central leader- ship, MP Diya Ku- mari, reached Nahan in Himachal Pradesh’s Sirmaur district on Sunday . She has started election campaign and will also address a rally during election cam- paign on Nov 8. R a j s a m a n d MP , Diya Kumari, Union Women and Child Devel- opment Minister, Smriti Irani and Union Minister of State, Krishan Pal Gurjar will address the Vijay Sankalp Rally . Volleyball player among 7 killed in separate road accidents in State First India Bureau Ajmer/Banswara/ Dungarpur: A boy was killed while ten other children were injured in Ajmer’s Ramganj area on Sunday when an Innova car rammed into a electric pole. Po- lice informed the inci- dent occurred near Bakra Mandi in Ram- ganj Area when the car was heading towards Masuda. “The children belonged to Central Academy School and were going to take part in a volleyball match,” police added. In another accident in Banswara four men were killed in two sepa- rate road accidents in Banswara district on Sunday. SHO Kalu Lal Meena said three men were killed and three others were injured when two bikes collided near Khunta village. In another bike acci- dent in same police sta- tion area, a man died other was injured. Two brothers were killed in Bicchiwada Police Station area of Dungarpur district on Saturday night when motorcycle they were riding was hit by a speeding car. Both resi- dents of Dewal Khas village of Dungarpur. ‘Chess in School’ to start in more than 60,000 govt schools Laxman Raghav Bikaner: On the occa- sion of birth anniver- sary of former PM In- dira Gandhi (Nov 19), ‘Chess in School’ pro- gramme will start in more than 60,000 govt schools of state. Chess will be played in schools on 3rd Saturday of every month, a ‘No Bag Day’. Education Minister BD Kalla announced this on Saturday and in- augurated first school chess competition in Bikaner on Sunday . About 150 students are participating in chess competition under 66th dist level school sports in Bikaner. School Chess tournaments started in all dists across state from Sun- day. State-level match will also be played in Bikaner from Novem- ber 14 to 18. Candidates leaving centre after appearing exam in Jaipur. BD Kalla playing chess to inaugurate first school chess competition. Governor Kalraj Mishra with CJ of Raj HC Pankaj Mithal, Justice SN Bhargava, DGP Umesh Mishra, Prof. Ramsewak Dubey, Suresh Kumar Singh and others at the inauguration event. 20-YR-OLD SEDATED AND GANGRAPED FIVE MEN GET 20-YEAR JAIL FOR RAPE Jaipur: A 20-year-old girl was allegedly black- mailed and gang-raped by three men in Jaipur, police said. Police informed the accused had been identified, and they were known to the victim. “The incident occurred on October 25, 2021 when the accused entered the house of the victim. The three men gang-raped the victim in an unconscious state and filmed her obscene videos. Later, she was blackmailed and repeat- edly gang-raped by the accused. The victim filed an FIR in Police Station after getting blackmailed for a year. An FIR has been filed and investiga- tion is on,” police said. Dausa: A POSCO Court in Dausa has sentenced five men guilty of raping a specially-abled girl to 20 years of rigor- ous imprisonment. The court also imposed a fine of Rs. 50,000 on each of accused. Sources informed victim’s mother had filed an FIR in Mandawli Police Station in 2022 stating that her daughter was taken to a temple raped by five accused. “Incident occurred on August 9, 2020 at Kali Mata Temple,” added Sunil Kumar Saini. Innova car rammed into a electric pole in Ajmer. NEWS DIGEST Banswara: A Class 11th student was stabbed to death during a wedding in Dungripada under the Kushalgarh police station area. The crime happened when people were dancing during the wedding. About nine people surround- ed the student and beat him up over some dispute. Later, one of them stabbed him. The reasons for the dispute is yet not known. The incident happened late on Saturday night. Sawai Madhopur: Tri- netra temple in Ranth- ambore Fort to remain shut on Tuesday due to lunar eclipse. Tri- netra Ganesh temple in Ranthambore Fort here will be shut on Tuesday due to lunar eclipse. It will open on Wednesday morning and an aarti will be performed. Kaila Devi Temple will remain closed during the day on November 8. Mangala Aarti will be done on November 8 at 4 am. 11TH STUDENT STABBED TO DEATH IN WEDDING LUNAR ECLIPSE: TRINETRA TEMPLE TO REMAIN SHUT Pilot pitches for Old Pension SchemeinHimachalPradesh First India Bureau Kangra: Ex Deputy CM of Rajasthan Sachin Pilot pitched for the Old Pension Scheme, implement- ed in Rajasthan, to be replicated in Himachal Pradesh also. “If voted to pow- er, Congress will re- store Old pension scheme. We want re- tired employees to get the benefit of Old pen- sion scheme,” he said while addressing a poll rally on Sunday. He made a direct at- tack on PM Narendra Modi. Pilot said that the Modi government sold everything. Pilot in conversation with Cong candidate Ajay Mahajan TWOCMsINRAJ,1TOOKOATH,OTHER DECLARED BY HIGH COMMAND: ARUN He said BJP will organise Jan Akrosh rallies demonstrate to corner State govt Yogesh Sharma Aishwary Pradhan Jaipur: Rajasthan has two chief ministers -- one who has taken the oath and the other who has been declared by the Congress high com- mand, BJP’s national general secretary and state in-charge Arun Singh said Sunday. The statement was in reference to the ongo- ing cold war between Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and his former deputy Sachin Pilot. He said BJ P will win the assembly elections in Rajasthan next year. “The public is trou- bled. The public is mak- ing an outrage. The youth and the farmer are upset. With their is- sues we will go ahead and overthrow the Ge- hlot government. In 2023, BJP is going to win withmajorityinGujarat and Himachal,” he said. Taking a dig at Rahul Gandhi, BJP national general secretary and state in charge Arun Singh on Sunday said it was beyond comprehen- sion that why he was on ‘Bharat Jodo’ Yatra when India is already united. He said that his yatra is like a morning and evening walk. Re- ferring to PM Modi’s praise of CM Gehlot in a programme at Ban- swara’s Mangarh Dham recently , Singh said that Modi praised him for his seniority but the praise was not digested. (L-R) Shravan Singh, Mukesh Dadhich, Bhajan Lal Sharma, Satish Poonia, Arun Singh, Madan Dilawar and others during the meeting on Sunday at BJP headquarters. —PHOTO BY SANTOSH SHARMA WE WILL COME TO POWER ON OUR STRENGTHS, SAYS POONIA BJP WILL CREATE HISTORY IN GUJARAT: SHEKHAWAT Jaipur: About conflict between CM Ashok Gehlot and former Deputy CM Sachin Pilot, Poonia said that Cong’s ouster will be because of internal strife in the party. “What happened in 2018 will now lead to ouster of Congress in 2023. We will come to power on our strengths. I feel sorry for Rahul as his yatra will enter here when results of Gujarat polls will be announced,” he said. Jodhpur: Union Jal Shakti Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat claimed that BJP will create a new history in Gujarat. Shekhawat, who reached his parliamentary constituency, held an informal conversation with the media at the airport. Responding to a ques- tion on CM Ashok Gehlot trying to set up the Rajasthan model in Gujarat, Shekhawat asked which model he wants to set? “The governance model of Rajasthan is not good. People in Rajasthan are waiting for a change,” he said. Union Minister said that rape and corruption has become institutional- ized in Raj. He said people of Gujarat would not even dream of having such a leader. —SHIV PRAKASH PUROHIT Gajendra Singh Shekhawat Nathdwara addressing audience. Also seen Morari Bapu —PHOTO BY SUNIL SHARMA —PHOTO BY SANTOSH SHARMA
  • 3. RAJASTHAN JAIPUR | MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2022 03 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia Mahesh Sharma Jaipur: A case of a poor youth from Ram- sar of Churu district beingtakentoThailand by human trafficking gang on the pretext of employment abroad and from there being il- legally taken hostage in a ship has come to light. Sunil Kumar Shar- ma, a resident of Ram- sar in Churu district, requested Charmesh Sharma, the Congress leader of Bundi, who works for the assis- tance of distressed In- dians abroad, to take him to his family in In- dia. Sharma was shocked to hear the or- deal of the youth. Ju- galkishore Sharma, the elderly father of the youth, is also worried about his son’s safety after being trapped in Malaysia. Sunil shared his or- deal via social media from Malaysia that an agent Iqbal Khan in Churu had promised him to get employment with a valid work visa in Malaysia for Rs 1.05 lakh. In order to feed his poor family, Sunil fell into the trap of the agent. The agent, how- ever, took Rs 1.35 lakh from him by pressuring him. He was taken to Thailand and from there shifted to Malay- sia in a ship without a visa. His life is in dan- ger due to illegal arriv- al in Malaysia. Raj youth in net of human trafficking, spread over Thailand to Malaysia SCARE OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING Promoted by Shri Shyam Mandir Committee, Khatushyamji COUNCILLORS IN BADEBANDI; BJP, CONGRESS OPEN WAR OF WORDS First India Bureau Jaipur: The number of councillors staying in BJP’s camp in a Chomu palacehotelincreasedto 73 on Sunday . MLA Ka- licharan Saraf said that nine councillors of Con- gress and 4 independ- ents are in touch with the party leader while Ashok Lahoti claimed that the BJP candidate for Mayor election will get over 100 votes. The party leaders held a meeting of the councillors in which the councillors were teach- ing ‘lessons’ on disci- pline. The command of the arrangements is with the BJP spokesper- son and MLA Ramlal Sharma. Despite Laho- ty’s claim that more than 100 votes are with BJP, the party is also afraid of cross voting. On the other hand, no outsiderisbeingallowed to enter the hotel. There were speculations that the party may shift the councillors to another hotel but Sharma clari- fied that all the coun- cilors will continue to stay in the same hotel. He also countered min- ister Pratap Singh’s statement and said that Congress has its mayor in JMCH so why devel- opment is stalled there and why councillors are staging dharna there. JMCG MAYORAL BY-POLLS (L) Ashok Lahoty with BJP councilors in Chomu, Kalicharan Saraf and Ramlal Sharma were also present. (R) Pushpendra Bhardwaj with Congress councilors at Majesty Resort in Jaipur on Sunday. More than 50 councillors reached Congress camp on Sunday. Mayor candidate Hema Singhania and Congress leader from Sanganer, Pushpen- dra Bharadwaj made election strategy with the councillors at the Majestic Resort. Explaining the policy, Bharadwaj said that the Congress is ex- pected to get the full benefit of the BJP’s inner strife. Min PSK also met few council- lors at his resiedence on Sunday. COUNCILLORS IN CONG’S CAMP CROSS FIFTY Number of councillors in BJP’s camp rised to 73; Cong crosses 50 Narcotics SI and 2 more held with Rs 60k bribe in Jhalawar by ACB First India Bureau Jhalawar: The Jhala- war ACB on Sunday caught red handed Cen- tral Narcotics Bureau’s Sub Inspector (Girda- war) Pankaj Mishra and two other persons tak- ing Rs 60,000 bribe. Mishra is posted at Range Aklera and Pachpahar, Central Nar- cotics Bureau, District Opium Office Jhalawar andthebribewassought in lieu of issuing a lease of cultivating opium. The two other accused are identified as Naray- anlal Meena and Satyanarayan Meena. 4servantsdecamp withjewellery,cash worth`10 crore Ashok Chopra and his daughter Lavina were found unconscious. Rajeev Gaur Jodhpur: Four domes- tic servants of a re- nownedhandicraftbusi- nessman of Jodhpur stole and fled with huge amountof jewelleryand cash after giving the family members intoxi- cated fried rice on late Saturday night. The ac- cused fled in the car of the businessman which was later found aban- doned in Kuchamant on Sunday afternoon. The valuables are be- lieved to be valued at Rs 10 crores. Advanced se- curity system was there in the house and the ac- cused were well aware of the system. They damagedtheCCTVcam- eras in the house and lockedalltheentrygates using remote controls before decamping. DCP (East) Amrita Duhan said that a report has been filed on the complaint of the daugh- ter of the businessman, who came out from the effect of the drug in the morning and somehow informed the business partner of his father, whoinformedthepolice. All the accused were from Nepal and two of them had been called in for the job by the female maid Laxmiaround 2-3 months ago only . Four Nepali servants gave sleeping pills in fried rice; Car found in Kuchaman city Locker has been seized. Accused in custody. Ashok’s car was recovered with home essentials in Kuchaman. Raj Min abuses on phone, video viral MLA Chandrakanta climbs water tank First India Bureau Bundi: Upset with the risingincidentsof thefts in his area, Keshoraipa- tan BJP MLA Chandra- kanta Meghwal climbed a water tank and de- manded that District Collector Ravindra Gos- wami SP must reach the spot and assure that thefts would be looked into and only then she would come down. Meghwal said that Rs 25 lakh was stolen in the past. Silver rings were looted by chopping off the feet of an elderly woman. But the police have not arrested the ac- cused. She said that the victim has met the po- lice officer, but no action has been taken. Angry with an increase in theft incidents in Bundi dis- trict and slack function- ing of the police, she climbed up water tank. The BJP MLA said that the people of Bundi are troubled because of criminals. “There is no law and order in the dis- trict. Even the top police officers are not listen- ing. A large number of BJP workers were pre- sent along with MLA. First India Bureau Jaipur: An unknown person is repeatedly ir- ritating Disaster Man- agement Minister Go- vindram Meghwal by calling him on mobile. He does not introduce himself properly. Irri- tated over this, the min- ister threatened and abused him. However, even after this, he did not reveal his name. A video showing the min- ister talking to him has gone viral. Recently, someone called the cabinet min- ister and when Megh- wal asked him for his full introduction, he called himself “Chou- han Saab”. On this, Go- vind Ram scolded him and then abused. This man said he was calling himself a Poogal. When the minister asked about the exact location in Poogal, he did not di- vulge details. Later he said that he was in Bi- kaner. He did not even tell where he was speak- ing from in Bikaner. This angered Govind Ram and he abused him. The person who called was seen talking very calmly . Two boys drown in water filled quarry in Khandela First India Bureau Sikar: Two minor boys drowned in a water- filled quarry in Khan- dela town of Sikar dis- trict on Sunday after they went into it to take bath. Police informed the incident occurred at a mining site located in Sevli village of Pani- harwas Gram Panchay- at. “The victims, Shrawan Gurjar (17) and Sunil Gurjar (18), had jumped into a 15- feet deep quarry located at the mining site to take bath. The locals alerted the police when spotted clothes and mo- bile lying outside the water body ,” police said. Sunil Kumar Sharma Contractor suicide in Pali: Poonia suspends Rekha Bhati from party Rawat Mishthan under Lokayukta radar; summon to JMC official First India Bureau Pali: After the suicide of city council contrac- tor Hanuman Singh Ra- jpurohit in Pali and the registration of a case against Chairperson Rekha Bhati and Coun- cillor Rakesh Bhati, BJP councillors opened a front against them. BJP state chief Satish Poonia sent state gen- eral secy Madan Dila- war to Pali for damage control and to listen to BJP councillors. On Sunday, Poonia suspended Bhati from the primary member- ship of the party . After this, the last rites of con- tractor Hanuman Singh were performed in Dhabar village. Police will investigate the case. First India Bureau Jaipur: The Lokay- ukta has got strict on Rawat Mishthan Bhandar owners. The case is related to ille- galconstructiondone by Rawat Hotel and Misthan Bhandar. The matter is re- lated to Plot B-4, 5, 6 Station Road where the building has been constructed al- legedly without per- mission, without parking and without passing maps. Now, Lokayuktahasissued summons and have summoned the Depu- ty Commissioner of Civil Line Zone to present the investiga- tion report of the matter on Nov 14. Irked over inaction against several thefts in Kapren, MLA Chandrakanta Meghwal along with BJP leaders climbed the water tank on Sunday. Indian High Commis- sion in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia got active after Charmesh Sharma informed the Ministry of External Affairs of Sunil’s plight. The Ministry has also officially registered a case and directed the Indian High Commission to take action. CASE FILED AFTER CONG LEADER’S CALL Govindram Meghwal
  • 4. PERSPECTIVE JAIPUR | MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2022 04 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia l Vol 4 l Issue No. 151 l RNI NO. RAJENG/2019/77764. Printed and published by Anita Hada Sangwan on behalf of First Express Publishers. Printed at Bhaskar Printing Press, D.B. Corp Limited, Shivdaspura, Tonk Road, Jaipur. Published at 304, 3rd Floor, City Mall, Bhagwan Das Road, C-Scheme, Jaipur-302001, Rajasthan. Phone 0141-4920504. Editor-In-Chief: Dr Jagdeesh Chandra Editor: Anita Hada Sangwan responsible for selection of news under the PRB Act Bhupender Yadav @byadavbjp Warms the hearts of all Indians to see the progress of the ambitious project to reintroduce Cheetahs in our wilds. Under the leadership of PM Shri @ narendramodi ji, India looks to scale up the programme to protect, preserve and restore its wildlife. Piyush Goyal @PiyushGoyal Government led by PM @ NarendraModi ji has issued guidelines along with mill-wise export quota for sugar season 2022-23. This will boost India’s sugar ecosystem benefitting both sugarcane farmers Industry. SPIRITUAL SPEAK Remember this: Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously. —Bible IN-DEPTH REGIONAL PARTIES SHOW THEIR STRENGTH IN ASSEMBLY BY-POLLS f the state assembly by- election results have any message it is that the BJP is becoming increasingly unstoppable. It has won the Gola Gokarannath seat in Uttar Pradesh, Haryana’s Ad- ampur and Odisha’s Dhamna- gar seats. The BJP also retained the Gopalganj seat. The Con- gress, on the other hand, has come a cropper, which is bad news for its prospects in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh. The regional parties like Shiv Sena (Uddhav), Rashtriya Jana- ta Dal and Telangana Rashtra Samithi denied victory to BJP in prestigious and close battles for Mumbai’s Andheri East, Bihar’s Mokama and Telangana’s Munugode seats. The Munugode win is of special interest as the BJP was desperate to grab this seat. Andheri East victory has come as a boost to Uddhav Thackeray faction’s claim of en- joying people’s support over that of Eknath Shinde faction. Significantly, these results provide a clearer picture of Op- position unity before the 2024 parliamentary election. It is the regional parties which will pose a challenge to the BJP. TOP TWEETS I oliticians and journalists in Pa- kistan have to be careful not to rub the army and the ISI on the wrong side. If they do, they either end up in a mortuary or in the wilder- ness. Despite Pakistan’s claim of being a democracy, it has not been able to get out of the army and ISI’s shadow. The role of ISI is alleged in the killing of a Pakistani journalist in Kenya and also the assassination attempt on former Prime Minister Im- ran Khan. Imran Khan al- leged Prime Minister She- hbaz Sharif, Interior Minis- ter Rana Sanaullah and Ma- jor-General Faisal Naseer were part of the conspiracy to eliminate him. Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) party president’s charge has not gone down well with the army which has issued a terse warning. In a statement the Army said that the “baseless allegations against the institution and particularly a senior Army officer are absolutely unac- ceptable and uncalled for”. Shehbaz Sharif described Imran Khan as a liar “from head to toe”. To tighten the screws on PTI, the country’s electronic media watchdog has passed a gag order on all electronic channels from broadcasting or rebroadcasting Imran Khan’s press conferences or speeches to avoid creating ha- tred among people. A similar gagorderissuedbythewatch- dog earlier was struck down by the Supreme Court of Pa- kistan. Free speech, anyone? These are not signs of a healthy democracy which, incidentally, Pakistan has never been. For the army and ISI a strong democracy is an anathema and the two insti- tutions prefer to keep their national and state govern- ments’ strings in their hands. IMRAN TAKES ON POWERFUL ARMY To tighten the screws on PTI, the country’s electronic media watchdog has passed a gag order on all electronic channels from broadcasting or rebroadcasting Imran’s press conferences or speeches to avoid creating hatred among people P Promoted by Suvasa Apparel and Furnishing Pvt. Ltd. INDIA CRUSHES ZIMBABWE, STRIDES INTO SEMIS AS SURYA SHINES he Men in Blue have left the ghosts of the 2021 T20 world Cup well behind them as they enter the semi-finals topping their group in the league stage. On Sunday, in front of an 80 thousand plus crowd in Melbourne Cricket Ground, India won by 71 runs against Zimbabwe and set up a semi- final clash against England on Thursday . India’s win had all the bases covered as they dominated the match in all departments of the game. But the cherry on the cake was Suryakumar Yadav’s scintillating hitting in the last 5 overs of Indian innings. His 61 of 25 balls not only made sure that India reached a formidable total but also reminded Indian fans about how good a middle order batsman Surya is and the one that Team India was missing over the past few years. India’s berth in the Semis was already booked after Netherlands pulled off a stun- ning upset over South Africa earlier in the day . But as is rightly said, momentum is easy to lose and one must keep it going as long as pos- sible, especially heading into the business end of a major tournament. So, it was impor- tant for India to win comfort- ably to stay confident before thebigclashagainstEngland. India made only one change in their line up as Rishabh Pant was included in the elev- eninplaceof DineshKarthik. Winning the toss, Rohit Shar- ma chose to bat first. This was a correct decision according to most experts particularly since Rohit himself needed to find form and spend some time at the wicket. Sadly, the Indian skipper was unable to benefit much from batting first as he was dismissed quickly once again. His terrific shot mak- ing against short pitched balls is proving to be his nem- esis for the time being on the bouncy pitches of Australia and Rohit holed out pulling one straight to deep square leg scoring just 15. Kohli and Rahul then kept the score card moving, stitching a 60- run partnership for the sec- ond wicket. Rahul was the aggressor between the two and he put up another classy show of his striking abilities. His 51 off 35 balls set up the base for a big total and at the halfway stage, India was at 80 having lost just 1 wicket. It was then that a mini col- lapse threatened to derail In- dia. Rahul, Kohli and Pant all perished within a span of just 14 runs. The stage was set for a Hardik and Surya show. While Hardik played the second fiddle making 18 of 18 balls, Surya stole the limelight with his 4 sixes and 6 fours. His constant scoop- ing of Zimbabwean bowlers over the short fine leg for boundaries and sixers had all fans in a tizzy . His knock put India in a powerful position and gave their bowlers a strong total of 186 to defend. Bhuvneshwar Kumar has been in fine form since his return from injury and has bowled many dot balls in pow- erplay overs. His first over was a maiden again as he picked up a wicket on his very first delivery . Kohli dived to pick up a stunning catch to dismiss Wessly Madhevere. It was total capitulation from then on by the Zimbabwe batsman. All Indian bowlers chipped in with wickets at regular intervals. After the powerplay Zimbabwe was at 27 runs having lost 3 wickets and then got reduced to 36 for 5 in the next two overs. Si- kandarRazahasbeenthebest batsman for Zimbabwe in the tournament and his 34 along with Ryan Burl’s 35 took their team to a semblance of a total before it all concluded in the 18th over as they were bowled for a paltry 115. The Men in Blue now head to Adelaide for their semi-fi- nal meeting with England. India’s roaring juggernaut has gained the much-needed confidence ahead of the knock-out contest. England meanwhile, struggled to win against a weak Sri Lankan team in their last league game. Both teams though were tagged as the favorites at the start of the tournament and now stand just 2 wins away from ultimate glory . THE VIEWS EXPRESSED BY THE AUTHOR ARE PERSONAL T The other semi-final clash is between Pakistan and New Zealand, which is on Wednesday in Sydney. India doesn’t play Pakistan in bilateral series anymore but fans now wait for them to meet in such ICC events. The expectations of them clashing once more in the finals are immense and its not just the fans praying for this scenario to play out but the broadcasters all over the world too must be licking their lips of an India- Pakistan World Cup final in Melbourne next Sunday! SIDDHAARTH MAHAN The writer is a specialist on Sports and Cinema who works as an actor in the Hindi film industry The Men in Blue have left the ghosts of the 2021 T20 world Cup well behind them as they enter the semi- finals topping their group in the league stage. On Sunday, in front of an 80 thousand plus crowd in Melbourne Cricket Ground, India won by 71 runs against Zimbabwe and set up a semi- final clash against England on Thursday
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  • 6. INDIA JAIPUR | MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2022 05 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia Sheopur (ANI): Two cheetahs among the eight cheetahs brought from Namibia, shifted to a larger enclosure of Kuno National Park, Madhya Pradesh’s Sheopur district on Sat- urday, an official said. Divisional Forest Of- ficer of Kuno Wildlife Circle Prakash Kumar Verma said, “After the completion of the quar- antine period of the cheetahs brought from Namibia, two male Cheetahs have been re- leasedinabigenclosure. The rest of the cheetahs will also be released in a phase-wise manner soon”. The cheetahs are shifted in a different en- closure where the leop- ards are not being traced, he added. The eight cheetahs brought from Namibia were released by PM Narendra Modi at Kuno National Park on the oc- casion of his birthday on September 17. Initially, the cheetahs were kept in a separate small enclosure. Now, two of them have been shifted into the big en- closure and they will hunt themselves. On the occasion of his birthday, PM Modi reintroduced cheetahs brought from Namibia in Kuno National Park as part of his efforts to revitalise and diversify the country’s wildlife and habitat. 2cheetahsshiftedinbigenclosureatKunoNationalPark BIG ENCLOSURE FOR BIG CATS Promoted by First India News International Pvt. Ltd. RETHINK AGE OF CONSENT IN POCSO: HC TO LAW PANEL Bengaluru: The Karnataka High Court has directed the Law Commission of India to reconsider the age of consent in Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act. The court heard an appeal by the police challenging the acquittal of a POCSO accused. It found that the girl, then 17, had eloped with the boy in 2017. Though the girl’s parents had filed the complaint, all the witnesses turned hostile. While the case continued, the two had married and now have two children. MAN GETS LIFE IMPRISONMENT ON MURDER CHARGES PM DELIGHTED OVER RELEASE OF CHEETAHS IN BIGGER ENCLOSURE “HIGH DENSITY OF LEOPARDS AT KNP A MATTER OF CONERN” Baripada (PTI): A local court in the Mayurbhanj district of the Odisha on Saturday sentenced a 38-year-old man to undergo life imprisonment after holding him guilty and convicting him on the charges of murder. Rairangpur Additional District and Sessions Judge Deepak Kumar convicted Chotray Dehuri and imposed a fine of Rs 10,000, Additional Public Prosecutor Pankaj Kumar Das said. On Oct 20, 2020, Chotray Dehuri had killed Samara Dehuri following an old dispute, Das said. New Delhi (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday expressed his delight over the release of two cheetahs in the bigger enclosure. Sharing the video of the cheetahs, Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted on Sunday, “Great news! Am told that after the mandatory quarantine, 2 cheetahs have been released to a bigger enclosure for further adaptation to the Kuno habitat. Others will be released soon. I’m also glad to know that all cheetahs are healthy, active and adjusting well.” Bhopal (PTI): As 8 Namibia- born cheetahs complete more than 50 days in their new home Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh, a South Africa-based animal conservationist has expressed concern over the high density of leopards in the sanctuary, but said the two carnivores have a history of co- existence as well. According to animal conservationist Vincent van der Merwe, who manages the cheetah metapopulation in South Africa, the high density of leopards in KNP is a matter of concern for the new guests at the Kuno National Park. SC VERDICT TODAY ON PLEAS AGAINST 10% EWS QUOTA New Delhi: The Supreme Court is scheduled to pronounce on Monday its judgement on a batch of pleas challenging the validity of the 103rd Constitution amendment providing 10 per cent reservation to economically weaker sections (EWS) persons in admissions and government jobs. According to the causelist of November 7 uploaded on the apex court website, a five-judge Constitution bench headed by Chief Justice Uday Umesh Lalit would deliver the verdict in the matter. NGT JUNKS PLEA FOR AMENITIES IN 10 U’KHAND VILLAGES New Delhi: The National Green Tribunal has refused to entertain a plea seeking direction to the Centre and Uttarakhand govt to provide basic facilities such as road, electricity, water, school and health centres in 10 villages situated on the periphery of the Rajaji National Park. A bench of NGT chairperson Adarsh Goel, judicial member Sudhir Agarwal and expert member A Senthil Vel said the application has been filed in a matter which was disposed of on Aug 27, 2018, with the observation that the grievance was not within the purview of this tribunal. IN THE COURTYARD ORDER UPHELD FOR CHARGING MAN FOR USE OF EXPLETIVE TO THREATEN WOMAN New Delhi: A Delhi court has upheld the order of a magisterial court to charge a man with sexual harassment for using a commonly used English expletive to threaten a woman. The court observed that there was a prima facie case of the petitioner using the word with the intent to insult the modesty of the complainant. The court was hearing a criminal revision case filed by the petitioner, against whom a Mahila Court in August 2022 had ordered framing charges According to the complainant, the accused used the expletive and threatened her on May 9, 2019. 2 cheetahs being released to a bigger enclosure, at Kuno National Park, in Sheopur district of Madhya Pradesh. Nagrota (PTI): The BJP will win both the lowerandupperpartsof Himachal Pradesh, Un- ionHomeMinisterAmit Shah said on Sunday ahead of the Assembly polls on November 12. During an election rally here in Kangra district, Shah also took a swipe at the poll guar- antees given by the Con- gress in its manifesto. The state is divided into upper and lower Himachal. While Man- di,Kullu,Shimla,Solan, Kinnaur, Lahaul-Spiti, Sirmaur and Chamba form upper Himachal, the lower parts of the state comprise Chamba, Una, Kangra Bilaspur and Hamirpur. Tradi- tionally, the Congress has been a strong con- tender in the upper parts of the state. Shah claimed that the saffron party will trounce the Congress in its bastion. Alleging that the Congress was involved in corruption during its tenure,Shahsaid,“Who will believe in their guarantees? They ruled for 10 years but only in- dulged in big scams. Now they are making guarantees to befool the innocent people of Himachal Pradesh.” Hailing Prime Minis- ter Narendra Modi, Shah said his stature had grown globally . He claimed when In- dian students were strandedinUkrainedur- ing its war with Russia, Modi had called up pres- idents of the two coun- tries and asked them to stop the war for a couple of days so that Indians could be evacuated. “This is unprecedent- ed for the world. Our students were evacuat- ed safely,” Shah said. The home minister also made a mention of the development work and government initia- tives like Himcare health scheme and Jal Jeevan Mission to en- suresafedrinkingwater. Lauding Chief Minis- ter Jai Ram Thakur, Shah said the state at- tracted an investment of Rs 44,000 crore under his leadership. The home minister has been holding a se- ries of rallies in the state on Sunday as only six days are left for the polling. Shah exudes confidence of BJP’s win BATTLEGROUND HIMACHAL PRADESH Rahul Gandhi-led Bharat Jodo Yatra of Congress party completes 60 days Hyderabad: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra con- tinued in Telangana on Sunday . On the 60th day of his walkathon, the Congress MP started walking at Alladurg in Medak district. He along with state Congress chief A Re- vanth Reddy and other state leaders walked through different parts of Alladurg headquar- ters before the mid- break halt at Chintal Lakshmapur. During the padyatra, Rahul in- teracted with people from various walks of life. He waved at the peo- ple standing on either side of the road and en- tertained the requests of some youngsters for selfies with him. Morbi collapse accused being shielded: Kejriwal Wankaner (PTI): AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday alleged ef- forts are being made to save the people respon- sible for the repair work of theMorbisuspension bridge which collapsed on October 30 killing more than 130 people.He also said if AAP forms government in Gujarat, it will construct a grand Morbi bridge. Rahul Gandhi caresses the buffalo during the party’s Bharat Jodo Yatra in Telangana, on Sunday. —PHOTO BY ANI Amit Shah holds a mace during a public meeting at Nagrota, in Kangra on Sunday. —PHOTO BY ANI Arvind Kejriwal during a roadshow, in Surendranagar on Sunday. WILL SAVE GUJARAT FROM DECEIT OF BJP’S ‘DOUBLE ENGINE’: RaGa New Delhi (PTI): Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Sun- day said his party will fulfil the promises it has made to the people of Gujarat and save them from the “deceit” of the BJP’s “double engine”. “LPG cylinder in Rs 500, 10 lakh jobs to youth, Farmer’s loan waiver up to 3 lakh. We will fulfill the ‘CongressNa- 8Vachan’ we made to the people of Gujarat,” Gandhi said in a tweet in Hindi.“Will save you from the deceit of BJP’s ‘double engine’, will celebrate ‘festival of change’ in the state,” Rahul Gandhi said.Elections will be held in Gujarat in two phases on December 1 and 5. PRASHANT BHUSHAN JOINS BHARAT JODO YATRA IN TELANGANA CONG’S ‘CHARGE SHEET’ AGAINST GUJARAT BJP GOVT MALLIKARJUN GETS GRAND WELCOME IN BENGALURU Hyderabad (Agencies) Activist-lawyer Prashant Bhushan on Sunday joined the ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ led by Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on its 60th day in Telangana. Ahmedabad: The Gujarat Congress released a 22-point ‘charge sheet’ against the state BJP govt on Sunday accusing it of being anti- people. All that an average Gujarati got was “hunger, fear and tyranny,” it claimed. The Opposition party also highlighted in the ‘charge sheet’ the recent Morbi bridge collapse incident. Bengaluru (PTI): Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge on Sunday reached here to a grand welcome accorded by party leaders and workers on his maiden visit to Bengaluru after becoming Congress chief. AMIT SHAH TAKES ON CONGRESS ‘10 GUARANTEES’ IN HIMACHAL MANIFESTO CONG LIKELY TO MOVE POLL PANEL AGAINST MODI BJP’S HP MANIFESTO COPY-PASTE OF OLD PROMISES: CONG New Delhi (PTI): The Congress Sunday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of “pressuring” a rebel BJP leader against contesting the Himachal Pradesh assembly polls and alleged he is “misus- ing his power” to influence free and fair elections.Congress spokesperson Ab- hishek Manu Singhvi cited a viral video on social media platforms, claiming that in it Modi’s voice is heard in a call with BJP rebel Kripal Parmar. Shimla (PTI): The Con- gress hit out at the ruling BJP on Sunday over its Himachal Pradesh poll manifesto, terming it a “cut-copy-paste” of their five-year-old promises and in parts borrowed from the grand old party’s 2022 election document. At a presser on Sunday, Congress’ in-charge for Himachal Pradesh Rajiv Shukla and party leader Alka Lamba termed the BJP’s manifesto a “cut- copy-paste” document. “CM Jairam Thakur has used cut, copied and pasted the BJP’s 2017 manifesto and borrowed points from the Congress’ 2022 manifesto,” Alka Lamba claimed at the press conference. Kangra (ANI): Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Sunday took on the Congress’ ‘10 guarantees’ in its elec- tion manifesto for the upcoming elections for the Himachal Pradesh state Assembly, and said that guarantees of only those are believed “who have some record”. Addressomg an election rally in Nagrota, Kangra in Himachal Pradesh on Sunday, AmitShah said, “I was coming here, I saw a rally of one of the Congress candidates where 10 guarantees were written. Guarantees of only those people are believed who have some record. Who will believe in your guarantees? There was the Sonia- Manmohan government at the Centre, they did corruption of Rs 12 lakh crore. And today they are giving guarantees to the innocent people of Himachal.”The Union Home Minister, differenti- ating the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) from the Congress, said that “it is difficult to count cor- ruption in the Congress regime, and it is difficult to find corruption in the BJP regime.” New Delhi (ANI): Congress MP Abhishek Manu Singhvi on Sunday slammed BJP chief JP Nadda for his claims of implementing Uniform Civil Code (UCC) in Himachal Pradesh. Na- dda released BJP’s mani- festo for Himachal Pradesh polls, in which it stated a committee of experts will be formed and UCC will be implemented in the state on the basis of their report. “Whenever there is dearth of votes during the elections, BJP brings up the issue of religion and today JP Nadda saying that the party will be bring- ing the UCC in Himachal,” said Singhvi. “BJP has completed 8 years in the centre and 5 years in Himachal. Why haven’t they implemented the UCC till now? UCC is a legal issue, so how can every state implement it in a different way? BJP is just trying to fool the public in the name of UCC,” he added. CONGRESS MP SINGHVI SLAMS BJP CHIEF NADDA FOR CLAIMS OF IMPLEMENTING UCC Shimla (ANI): Bharati- ya Janata Party nation- al president JP Nadda on Sunday said that Congress “doesn’t be- lieve in its own mani- festo”, which he claimed, has no vision, while also stating that the manifesto released by the BJP is “taken se- riously” by the people. Nadda’s remarks came after releasing the BJP manifesto. “Congress party doesn’t believe in its own manifesto and there’s no vision, weightage, and direc- tion in it. Our manifesto is done with due dili- gence and is taken seri- ously by people,” Nadda said while speaking to the media. The Con- gress manifesto gives 10 guarantees which in- clude the implementa- tion of the Old Pension Scheme, 1 lakh govern- ment jobs, as many as 5 lakh jobs for youth, Rs 680 crore Start-up fund for the youth, Rs 1,500 per month to the wom- en, and free electricity up to 300 units of con- sumption. Participating in the Jan Sampark Abhiyan, the BJP chief said that the people are excited and are blessing the party’s campaign. BJP chief JP Nadda distributes pamphlets during the Jan Sampark Abhiyan (public relations campaign) for the Himachal Pradesh elections, in Shimla on Sunday. —PHOTO BY ANI CONGRESS DOESN’T BELIEVE IN ITS OWN MANIFESTO, SAYS NADDA IN HIMACHAL
  • 7. INDIA JAIPUR | MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2022 06 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia Srinagar (ANI): Tour- ists are thronging JK with the onset of the autumn season in the valley and winter all set to fall in some time. One reason behind the tourists (local and foreign) heading to J-K is the poplar tree which has become an impor- tant part of the Kash- miri culture. The poplar here doubles the beauty of the place due to its height and beauty, a re- port said. In the months of October and Novem- ber, the view of poplars in Kashmir gives a dif- ferent colour. In sum- mer, poplar trees are dressed in deep red, yel- low and amber colours. The beautiful atmos- phere of the region is enhanced by the cool- ness in the air, mild sun- shine throughout the day, cold mornings and evenings and burning poplar trees all around during this period. Mughal Gardens are the first choice of tour- ists during this season as these gardens are filled with poplar trees. Kashmir is known and recognized all over the world because of its changing seasons, be it winter or summer, spring or autumn. All the weathers here have a different feel and vis- ual appeal. However, walking on the fallen poplar leaves in the autumn season is a different experience for tourists, report said. “The thing here is dif- ferent. We have seen suchscenesonlyinmov- ies till now. The joy and happiness that is felt to- day by witnessing them cannot be expressed in words,” said Mumbai- based Busha Patel who visited Kashmir. Tourists mesmerised after visiting JK in autumn TRULY HEAVEN ON EARTH lll The beautiful atmosphere of the region is enhanced by the coolness in the air, mild sunshine, cold mornings and evenings Promoted by Shiv Sital Builders Pvt. Ltd. BYPOLL RESULTS BJP wins 4 out of 7 assembly seats BJP wins 4 seats; TRS wins high-stakes Munugode, RJD retains Mokama in Bihar New Delhi (Agencies): The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) won in four out of seven assembly constituencies in six states, retaining the three seats it held, in the by-election results de- clared on Sunday , while the TRS and RJD won one each after a stiff contest with the BJP . The BJP secured four seats out of seven went to bypolls in six states. BJP won Admapur (Haryana), Gopalganj (Bihar), Dhamnagar (Odisha) and Gola Gokarannath seat in UP . The counting of votes was held on Sunday in the by-election to seven assembly constituen- cies in six states. The BJP said the re- sult was a stamp of ap- proval by people on PM Narendra Modi’s poli- cies as it retained Gola Gokarannath in UP, Dhamnagar in Odisha and Gopalganj in Bihar where it had fielded the kin of its party MLAs whose death necessi- tated the polls. REDDY RUES “DELAY OF ROUND WISE RESULTS” IN MUNUGODE BY-POLLS Hyderabad (ANI): Union Minister for Culture G Kishan Reddy on Sunday called Chief Electoral Officer Vikas Raj over the phone expressing resentment over the “delay of round wise results” in the Munugode by-elections which is underway. Ac- cording to the BJP PRO, Reddy questioned the CEO “why the results are not being disclosed from time to time”. HARYANA DEPUTY CM CONGRATULATES BHAVYA BISHNOI Adampur (ANI): Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Du- shyant Chautala on Sun- day congratulated Bhavya Bishnoi, son of Kuldeep Bishnoi, pitted from the Adampur Constituency after winning the bypolls. Taking to Twitter, Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala expressed his joy over the victory of the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Jannay- ak Janta Party (JJP) coalition in the Adampur assembly constituency byelections and congratu- lated Bhavya Bishnoi. BJP’S SHAHNAWAZ HUSSAIN TAKES SWIPE AT JDU-RJD Patna (Agencies): BJP leader Shahnawaz Hussain on Sunday took a swipe at the Nitish Kumar-led Janata Dal (United) as results of Bihar Assembly bypolls poured in - the first election after the JD(U) snapped ties with the saffron camp and joined hands with the Lalu Ya- dav’s RJD to form a Grand Alliance govt in the state. Hussain said the results sent a “clear message” that the JD(U) and RJD combine cannot defeat the BJP and that Bihar’s future lies with his party. Bhajan Lal family retains Adampur bastion as BJP’s Bhavya Bishnoi wins byelection Hisar (PTI): BJP candi- date and former chief minister Bhajan Lal’s grandson Bhavya Bish- noi on Sunday defeated his nearest rival and Congress nominee Jai Prakash in the Adam- pur assembly seat by- election, retaining the family bastion. The res- ignation of Bhavya’s father Kuldeep Bishnoi necessitated the by- election after he left the Congress and joined the BJP. Bhavya defeated Prakash by a margin of 15,740 votes. Supporters burst firecrackers to celebrate after BJP candidate Kusum Devi won from Gopalganj constituency, during the Bihar Assembly by-elections, in Patna, on Sunday. —PHOTO BY PTI Tribal freedom fighters’ role to be celebrated First India Bureau New Delhi: On Novem- ber 15, the Ministry of Educationwillcommem- oratethecontributionof tribal freedom fighters with a celebration of ‘Janjatiya Gaurav Di- was’ in schools and high- er educational institu- tions across the country . Janjatiya Gaurav Di- was will be marked in schools and colleges by a variety of pro- grammes, including a debate competition on the theme ‘Contribu- tion of Janjati Heroes in Freedom Struggle’ and other social activi- ties. During these cele- brations, the contribu- tions of courageous tribal leaders such as Bhagwan Birsa Munda and others will be high- lighted, as per a state- ment released by the government. “The Ministry of Ed- ucation under the lead- ership of Union Educa- tion and Skill Develop- ment and Entrepre- neurship Minister Shri Dharmendra Pradhan will be celebrating ‘Jan- jatiya Gaurav Diwas’ in a grand manner in the schools, skill and high- er educational institu- tions across the coun- try,” the ministry said. Last year, the govern- ment declared Novem- ber 15 to be ‘Janjatiya Gaurav Divas,’ honour- ing the brave tribal free- dom fighters. Birsa Munda, who is revered as Bhagwan by tribal communities across the country, was born on November 15th. Union Education Minister at an event. —FILE PHOTO WOMAN SET ON FIRE OVER WITCHCRAFT SUSPICION IN BIHAR Gaya: A woman died after she was set on fire by Pachmah villagers in Bihar’s Gaya over the suspicion of practising witchcraft, according to the police. According to the Imamganj police, Gaya, Manoj Ram, the villagers entered her house where she was “mob lynched”. “A woman died after she was set on fire by villagers, in Pachmah village in Gaya over suspicion of practising witchcraft. 3 HELD FOR HONEY- TRAPPING DELHI CRICKETER IN WB Kolkata: Three persons were arrested for hon- ey-trapping, blackmailing and extorting money from a Delhi-based cricketer, the police said on Sunday. The police did not disclose the name of the victim for the sake of protecting the cricketer’s reputation. However, the three arrested in this connection have been identified as Rishav Chanda, Subhonkar Biswas and Shiva Singh. DALIT COUPLE IN K’TAKA DENIED WEDDING IN TEMPLE Chikkaballapur: The authorities of a temple marriage hall have refused to give permission to a Dalit family to conduct marriage. The incident took place in Gudibande town of Chikkaballapur city. Avulukondappa, a resident of Bramhanara Halli, had approached the temple management for conduct- ing the marriage but was denied. A complaint has been filed in this regard. SSB RAISING DAY TO BE HELD IN TURF LAKHIMPUR KHERI New Delhi: Border guard- ing force Sashastra Seema Bal will hold its annual Raising Day celebrations in Union Minister Ajay Mishra ‘Teni’s political turf Lakhimpur Kheri in UP next month. The mega event is expected to be held on Dec 20 in the district whose border runs along the fenceless India-Nepal international frontier. Home Minister Amit Shah is ex- pected to be chief guest. TEEN KILLS 4 OF HIS FAMILY IN TRIPURA Agartala: A teenaged boy killed four members of his fam- ily, including mother and sister, in Tripura’s Dhalai district, police said on Sunday. The police arrested the 15-year-old accused boy on Sunday when he went to the market to sell a duck. A police official said that the boy killed his grandfather Badal Debnath (70), mother Samita Debnath (32), 10-year old sister, aunt Rekha Deb (42), with an axe when the victims were sleeping, late on Saturday night. The horrific incident occurred at Durai Shib Bari village under Kamalpur police station in Tripura’s Dhalai district. CRUCIAL READ Tirupati temple richer than Wipro, Nestle New Delhi (PTI): Tiru- pati’s world famous LordVenkateswaratem- ple’s net worth of over Rs 2.5 lakh crore (about USD 30 billion) is more than the market capi- talisation of IT services firm Wipro, food and beverage company Nes- tle and state-owned oil giants ONGC and IOC. Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams, keeper of the temple dedicated to Tirupati’s presiding deity , for the first time sinceitsfoundingin1933 declared its net worth. Its assets include 10.25 tonnes of gold de- posits in banks, 2.5 tonnes of gold jewellery , about Rs 16,000 crore of deposits in banks, and 960 properties across In- dia. All these total to over Rs 2.5 lakh crore. At current trading price, the networth of Tirupati temple is more than several blue-chip Indian firms, according to stock exchange data. Wipro had a market cap of Rs 2.14 lakh crore at close of trading on Friday . Shikaras anchored near the banks of Dal Lake in Srinagar. Lord Venkateswara Temple. —FILE PHOTO Three K’taka farmers die of electrocution Mysuru: Three farm- ers died after being elec- trocuted in Neelasoge village in Mysuru on Sunday. The deceased include Rache Gowda (60), Harish (33) and Ma- hadevaswamy (38). Ra- che Gowda got electro- cuted when he stepped on the electric wire that had fallen on the farm- land. Seeing Rache be- ing electrocuted and struggling, his son Ma- hadevaswamy rushed to his rescue, but he also got electrocuted. Harish went to rescue both and he also died on the spot, the police said. Light to moderate rain in Tamil Nadu till November 9 Chennai: The weather department has fore- cast light to moderate rain in Tamil Nadu till November 9. Ever since the North East mon- soon hit Tamil Nadu, rains have been lashing many parts of the state including Chennai, Kancheepuram, Chen- galpattu and Tiruvarur. The IMD has predicted light to moderate rains on Sunday with isolated thunderstorms and lightning in many parts of the state. Heavy rains are likely to occur over isolated places in several districts. PAPA NI PARI! Prime Minister Narendra Modi attends the mass marriage programme ‘Papa Ni Pari’ Lagnotsav, in Bhavnagar on Sunday. —PHOTO BY ANI Sikhs rue visa rejection for Nankana Sahib New Delhi (ANI): Sikh pilgrims expressed dis- appointment after the Pakistani authorities rejected 586 visas, out of a total 1496 visas, of In- dian Sikhs, wanting to visit the Nankana Sahib in Pakistan. “SGPC had applied for 1496 visas, out of which, 910 were approved but 586 were rejected. The vias are valid for 10 days, and those whose visas were rejected, have been dis- appointed a lot. Govern- ment should not reject the religious visa,” said Harbhajan Singh. “Both govts need to provide the facility of On Arrival Visa. Visa of- fice must be open at At- tari wagha Border. The buses which used to run earlier, for the darshan of the Gurdwara of Pa- kistanwerealsostopped. That should run again. Like Delhi Lahore bus . Amritsar Nankana Sa- hibevenSamjotaExores train have been stopped. We should connect the people of both the coun- tries through religious places. “, he stated. 10 IAS transferred in Uttar Pradesh Lucknow: In yet an- other bureaucratic re- shuffle, 10 IAS officers including five district collectors were trans- ferred in Uttar Pradesh. S Rajalingam, DM Kushinagar, has been made the new collector of Varanasi. The charge of collector in Varanasi was with commissioner Kaushal Raj Sharma. Hathras collector Ramesh Ranjan will now be the new Kushi- nagar collector. His wife Deepa Ranjan, who was Budaun collector, was made the Banda collector. Both husband and wife are the IAS officers of 2013 batch. Deepa Ranjan will be replaced by Manoj Ku- mar –III in Budaun. He is the first officer of SCS service of 2014 batch whom the govern- ment has made Badaun District Magistrate. 2014-batch officer Archana Verma has been made District Magistrate Hathras from VC Hapur Pilkhu- wa Development Au- thority, while the cur- rent District Magistrate of Banda Anurag Patel has been sent to waiting af- ter complaints. Addl Commissioner Agra Sahab Singh has been made the Member of Board of Revenue while Ghanshyam Sin- gh, Spl Secy Planning and Program Imple- mentation, has been made Addl Commis- sioner Lucknow. UP BUREAUCRACY By Ahtesham Siddiqui... Manoj Kumar Deepa Ranjan Ramesh Ranjan IAS M Rajlingam Archanva Verma
  • 8. business BRIEFS New Delhi: Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) is planning to increase its Manesar plant production capacity by one lakh units to cater to the enhanced demand be- fore its Sonipat facility commences operations in 2025. MSI may also look at expanding production capacity at its Gurugram- based mfg facility to cater to the rising demand for its products. Currently, MSI has a cumulative pro- duction capacity of 15 lakh units per annum at both Manesar and Guru- gram plants. —FIB MARUTI SUZUKI MAY EXPAND MANESAR PLANT CAPACITY New Delhi: After with- drawing funds in the last two months, foreign in- vestors came back strongly in the first week of November and infused `15,280 crore in Indian equities on hopes that US Federal Reserve would go soft on rate hikes. Accord- ing to the data with de- positories, Foreign Portfo- lio Investors invested `15,280 crore in equities during November 1-4. This came following a net outflow of just `8 crore last month and `7,624 crore in Sept. So far this year, the total outflow by Foreign Portfolio Inves- tors in equities has reached `1.53 L cr. —PTI FPIs INVEST `15,280 CRORE IN EQUITIES IN 1st WEEK OF NOV New Delhi: As the air quality of Delhi NCR and the surrounding area is touching at alarming lev- els in November, ritually sales of air purifiers are also going up and some of the makers are expect- ing double-digit growth this season. Air purifier, which has a sub `500-crore market size, is sold mostly in metros. Its demand steps up in No- vember and December only, when the Air Quality Index (AQI) touches alarming levels. —PTI RISING POLLUTION PUSHES UP AIR PURIFIER SALES New Delhi: Reliance In- dustries is set to acquire German retailer METRO AG’s Cash Carry busi- ness in India in a deal es- timated at around 500 million euros (` 4,060 crore), industry sources said. The deal includes 31 wholesale distribution centres, land banks and other assets owned by METRO Cash Carry here. Discussion between billionaire Mukesh Amba- ni-led Reliance Industries and METRO was going on for the past few months and last week the German parent firm agreed. —PTI RELIANCE SET TO ACQUIRE METRO CASH CARRY JAIPUR | MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2022 07 www.firstindia.co.in I www.firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia Commodity Price Change % Chg GOLD 51,440.00 1000.00 0.02 (Per 10g) SILVER 60,500.00 500.00 0.05 (Per 1kg) COMMODITIES Currency Price Change % Chg USDINR 82.43 0.00 0.00 GBPINR 92.57 0.00 0.00 CURRENCIES *Rates till the edition went to print. = = OLA ELECTRIC AIMS 10 LAKH UNITS BY NOVEMBER 2023 New Delhi: Ola Electric will touch cumulative produc- tion of 10 lakh units by November 2023, accord- ing to a new set of numbers shared by its founder and CEO Bhavish Aggarwal on Sunday (Novem- ber 6). Earlier the company had said in a statement that it has the current capacity of 20 lakh units per annum at its factory and it would be exhausted in the next six to eight months. “Our cumula- tive production numbers: Dec 2021: 0; Nov 2022: 1,00,000; Nov 2023: 10,00,000; Nov 2024: 1,00,00,000.. This is the journey to #EndICEAge by 2025,” Aggarwal said. —PTI SC ALLOWS STAFF TO INCREASE THEIR EPS CONTRIBUTION New Delhi: Eligible employ- ees who had not opted for enhanced pension coverage prior to 2014 can jointly do so with their employers within the next four months after the Supreme Court upheld the Employees’ Pension (Amendment) Scheme, 2014. Employees who were existing EPS members as on Septem- ber 1, 2014 can contribute up to 8.33% of their ‘actual’ salaries -- as against 8.33% of the pensionable salary capped at `15,000/month -- towards pension. This will facilitate the subscribers to contribute higher to the scheme and get enhanced benefits. —PTI LESS THAN 50 PER CENT CAPEX PLANNED FOR FINANCIAL YEAR 23 UTILISED: TATA STEEL CEO New Delhi: Tata Steel has spent less than half of the capex planned for ongoing 2022-23 fiscal year, its CEO T V Narendran said. The company had planned `12,000 crore of capex for the year, of which about `8,500 crore was for India and the balance for Europe. “We have spent a little less of the 50 per cent (of the planned capex) till now,” Narendran said. For Sep- tember quarter, Tata Steel reported 90% drop in consolidated net profit to `1,297 crore as against `12,547.70 crore in the year-ago period. —PTI SEBI SETTLES 107 CASES UNDER SETTLEMENT MECHANISM IN FY22; COLLECTS `59 CRORE New Delhi: As many as 107 applications pertaining to flouting of securities law were settled with capital markets regulator Sebi fetching `59 crore through settlement charges in 2021-22. This was way lower than 216 applications disposed of by passing appropriate settlement orders and the regulator collected `68.23 crore in 2020-21, according to the latest disclosure made by Sebi in its annual report. The settlement orders were passed in cases related to alleged violations of AIF (Al- ternative Investment Funds) as well as mutual fund norms, insider trading rules, PFUTP and LODR rules, among others. —PTI OTHER STORIES ‘Ind fastest growing innovation ecosystem’ Dubai (PTI): India is the fastest growing innovation ecosystem in the world where around 102 unicorns havebeencreatedinthelast few years, Minister of State for Skill Development, En- trepreneurship,Electronics and Information Technolo- gy Rajeev Chandrasekhar has said here. Speaking at ‘Vishwa Sad- hhavna’ event here on Sat- urday, Chandrasekhar said that none of these unicorns have famous last names. “They don’t have any po- litical connection. They have been built on enter- prise and capability, and determination and hard work,” he said. The minister spoke about various initiatives taken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and trans- forming India into “New India” during the Dubai Chapter of the event. He said that Prime Min- ister Modi “is very clear that businesses create in- vestments, they create jobs, and most importantly, they create revenues for the gov- ernment to support those who are vulnerable.” Chandrasekhar said that India has covered a great distance in the electronics and digital space. “In 2014, 92% of all mobile phones that we used in India were imported. In 2014, we ex- ported zero electronics, and now in 2022, 97% of the mobile phones consumed in India are manufactured at home,” he said. According to him, the to- tal exports of mobile phones alone as a category was `70,000 crores. He also said that for the first time in independent India’s his- tory, actual tax collection exceeded the targets by over 10% last year. ‘SIGNIFICANT WORK DONE, DRAFT DIGITAL INDIA ACT FRAMEWORK BY EARLY 2023’ New Delhi (PTI): A significant amount of work has been done on proposed Digital India Act, and the draft legislative frame- work to support ‘India’s techade’ is expected by early 2023, MoS for IT Rajeev Chandrasekhar has said. The comments assume significance as India is moving swiftly towards a strong framework to catalyse its digital ambitions and govern online ecosystem, with openness, user safety and trust. At the same time, the govt has asserted that extensive consultation will go into framing key legislations which are going to be essential building blocks for ‘new India’ and its digital architecture. Mumbai (PTI): Currency with the public has jumped to a new high of `30.88 lakh crore as of October 21, il- lustrating that cash usage is still robust even six years after demonetisation move. At `30.88 lakh crore, the currency with the public is 71.84% higher than the level for the fortnight end- ed November 4, 2016. On November 8, 2016, PM Nar- endra Modi had announced the decision to withdraw `500 and `1,000 denomina- tion notes with the ulti- mate aim of reducing cor- ruption and black money . The intent of the move, which was criticised by many experts for poor planning and execution, was to make India a “less cash” economy . As per the fortnightly data on money supply re- leased by the RBI on Friday , the currency with the pub- lic increased to `30.88 lakh crore as on October 21. The central bank data for Re- serve Money had put the currency in circulation at `17.7 lakh crore on Novem- ber 4, 2016. Currency with public refers to notes and coins used by people to transact, settle trades, and for buying goods and ser- vices. The figure is arrived at after deducting cash with banks from the cur- rency in circulation. 6 years since DeMo, cash with public rises First India Bureau New Delhi: Quarterly earnings, global cues and foreign fund movement is expected to set the tone for the equity market in a hol- iday-shortened week. “On the domestic front, the market will react to the last batch of Q2 earnings from companies like BPCL, Coal India, Tata Motors, Eicher Motors, Hindalco and Mahindra Mahin- dra,” said Pravesh Gour, Senior Technical Analyst, Swastika Investmart Ltd. Apart from this, institu- tional flows are playing a vital role because foreign investors have shown their interest in the Indian eq- uity market, Gour added. “This week is a holiday- shortened one and partici- pants will be eyeing earn- ings and macroeconomic data i.E. IIP for cues. Be- sides, the trend of foreign flows and the performance of the global markets will also be in focus,” said Ajit Mishra, VP - Research, Re- ligare Broking Ltd. Industrial production data for the month of Sept would be announced post market hours on Friday . Earnings global trends to guide stock markets this week:Analysts MAJOR HIGHLIGHTS z Last week, the Sensex jumped 990.51 pts, while the Nifty climbed 330.35 points z On the domestic front, the market will react to the last batch of Q2 earnings from companies like BPCL, Coal India, Tata Motors New Delhi (PTI): Voda- fone Idea (VIL) on Sunday said it has rolled out 300 new-format ‘Vi Shops’ across multiple towns in Maharashtra, TN, Kerala, West Bengal and UP West, in line with its expansion blueprint to digitally con- nect the rural population. VIL plans to further strengthen its local pres- ence and enhance engage- ment with mobile users by expanding its retail foot- print to cover more rural markets in coming months. “To ramp up its retail footprint at the sub district level, Vi has rolled out 300 new format ‘Vi Shops’ across multiple towns in Maharashtra, TN, Kerala, WB and UP West,” the com- pany said in a statement. Customers in Indapur, Maharashtra; Hapur in Western UP; Basirhat in WB; Usilampatti in TN; Payyoli in Kerala; and hun- dreds of other such towns will have access to quick, face-to-face service along with a range of differenti- ated products and offer- ings, it added. The Vi Shops concept for Tier 3 towns is intended to deliver a uniform experi- ence to local customers, enabling quick support and handholding. VIL opens 300 new Vi shops in rural markets across 5 circles AMBITIOUS PLANS AHEAD z SVIL plans to further strengthen its local presence and enhance engagement with mobile users by expanding its retail footprint to cover more rural markets in the coming months SBI becomes most profitable company in Q2 First India Bureau New Delhi: In the second quarter of Financial Year 2023, State Bank of India has become the country’s most profitable corporate with `14,752 crore of con- solidated net income, beat- ing Reliance Industries having net earnings of `13,656 crore. On a standalone basis too, with `13,256 crore of net profit, it has beaten RIL which remained the most profitable corporate for decades, by a wider margin as Reliance took a hit of `4,039 crore in windfall tax on its exports during the quarter. The net income of Reliance includes `4,729 cr from Jio Platforms and `4,404 cr from the retail business, both pre-tax earnings, which was mar- ginally down from `13,680 cr in the year-ago period. On the other hand, SBI’s standalone net soared 74% to `13,256 crore in the July- September quarter, mak- ing this the best-ever quar- terly numbers for the bank and beating all other usu- ally more profitable compa- nies by a wider margin. PIPS RIL WITH `14,752 CR NET RELIANCE INDIA’S BEST EMPLOYER: FORBES New Delhi (PTI): Reliance In- dustries is India’s best employer and the world’s 20th best firm to work with, according to Forbes’ World’s Best Employers rankings 2022.The global ranking was topped by South Korean giant Samsung Electronics, followed by US giants Microsoft, IBM, Alphabet and Apple. US compa- nies occupy rankings from 2nd to 12th, followed by German automaker BMW Group at 13th. The world’s largest online retailer Amazon is ranked 14th in the list and French giant Decathlon is at 15th rank. Oil-to-telecom- to-retail conglomerate Reliance, with 2,30,000 employees, is ranked 20th - the highest ranked Indian firm. 4 COMPANIES SET TO LAUNCH IPOs THIS WEEK New Delhi (PTI): The pri- mary market continues to be a busy one with four firms, including Archean Chemical Industries and FiveStarBusinessFinance, are set to float their IPOs this week to collectively raise about `5,000 crore. The other two firms whose initial public offer- ings (IPOs) are ready to open are -- Kaynes Technol- ogy India and Inox Green Energy Services. New Delhi (ANI): The gov- ernment, which has al- lowed export of 6 million tonne of sugar till May 31 of the ongoing 2022-23 sea- son, on Sunday said it could consider allowing more export after periodic assessment of the domestic production. “The sugarcane produc- tion in the country will be reviewed periodically and based on the latest availa- ble estimates, the quantity of sugar exports to be al- lowed could be reconsid- ered,” the ministry said. GOVT ISSUES GUIDELINES FOR SUGAR EXPORT
  • 9. First India Bureau Nathdwara: Taking a jibe at the ongoing tus- sle between State Con- gress leaders, BJP lead- er Vasundhara Raje on Sunday said Lord Ram left the throne on the orders of his father and went into exile for 14 years, and see, how the struggle for the throne is going on today . National Vice Presi- dent of BJP Vasundha- ra Raje, while speaking at Morari Bapu’s Ram Katha programme at Nathdwara, said, “There was a time when Lord Ram left the throne on the orders of his father and went into exile for 14 years. After the death of Dashara- tha, preparations were made to put Bharat on the throne, but he also set the example of re- nunciation and ruled by keeping the feet of elder brother Ram on the throne and himself stayed away from the throne. “See the sacri- fice of those two broth- ers at that time and see today how the struggle for the throne is going”. She said that on the request of Madan Pali- wal, her government gave land for the Shiva statuein2018wherenow the world’s tallest Shiva statue ‘Vishwas Swaroo- pam’ is set up. JAIPUR | MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2022 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia 08 2NDFRONT POSTAL REG NO. JPC/004/2022-24 Raje’s ‘Ramayan’ barb at Cong over internal feud Former Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje attends Morari Bapu’s Ram Katha programme in Nathdwara. Madan Paliwal is also seen. BIGWIGS ATTEND RAM KATHA EVENT The nine-day Murari Bapu’s Ram Katha on Vish- was Swaroopam launch ceremony concluded in Nathdwara on Sunday. Vice-President Jagdeep Dhankar, Yoga Guru Ramdev, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, BJP leader Vasundhara Raje, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla, ministers, political leaders, of- ficials and dignitaries also arrived. Despite the gath- ering of lakhs of people, the organisers made the best arrangements. Around 20 lakh people listened to the Ram Katha. Seating arrangements were for more than 50,000 people. Devotees stayed in hotels of Nathdwara. —ASHISH CHOUDHARY Sympathy card may favour Cong in Sardarshahar bypoll: Arun Singh Yogesh Sharma Aishwary Pradhan Jaipur: BJP’s National General Secretary and state in-charge Arun Singh has accepted that the sympathy card may work in favour of the Congress candidate in the by-election on Sard- arshaharseat,whichfell vacant after the death of 7-time Congress MLA Bhanwarlal Sharma. “The matter of the by- election is different. There is a wave of sym- pathy . But BJP fights to win elections. But our main target is the 2023 assembly elections and we are making a com- plete strategy for that,” he said on Sunday after the meeting at the BJP headquarters here. BJP State president Satish Poonia on Sun- day said that there is no question of walkover for the ruling party as the Congress is slowly losing its support base. “So far, whatever by- polls Congress has won was due to sympathy wave. Congress is alive on the sympathy card. It does not have politics of performance. BJP is all set for Sardarshahar bypolls. The strategy will be discussed with Arun Singh,” he said. VP to flag off Vivekanand Yatra in Khetri on Nov 19 Dotasra lauds late Bhanwar Lal’s work in Laxmangarh First India Bureau Jhunjhunu: Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar will flag off Vivekananda Sandesh Yatra from the Ramakrishna Mission Ashram Ajit Vivek Sangrahalaya in Khetri on Nov 19. He will attend a programme of the Central Government on the Golden Jubilee of the establishment of Vivekananda Ken- dra under Azadi ka Amrit Mahosav. Union Culture Min- ister Arjun Ram Meghwal will also at- tend the programme with him. Convener of Vive- kananda Sandesh Yatra Dr Swatantra Sharma and Om Prakash Gupta held a meeting of Khetri Working committee to review the prepa- rations. They said that Vivekanan- da Sandesh Yatra will go to all 33 dis- tricts of Rajasthan. First India Bureau Sikar: State president of Congress Committee Govind Singh Dotasra was the chief guest in the Pratibha Samman ceremony organised by Aman Welfare Society at Khilji guesthouse in Laxmangarh. Address- ing the people, Dotasra said that the Congress party is ready for the by-elections to be held in Sardarshahar. He said, “Senior Congress leader Bhanwar Lal Sharma’s good govern- ance speaks and peo- ple would want to vote for Congress and the party will win the by- elections.” Dotasra said that BJP has disappointed all sections by bringing three black laws against farmers. “The RSS and BJP are work- ing to ruin the country and spread hatred. They have nothing else to do,” he said. Dotasra announced development works in Laxmangarh. He said work will be done in the field of electricity. Rs 40 crore will be in- vested in the city. Shivchand Sahu submits letter to BJP chief Satish Poonia seeking ticket for Sardarshahar Assembly bypoll, in Jaipur on Sunday. One change you can make right now to make your life better is to adopt gratitude as the guiding principle. —Dr Jagdeesh Chandra, CEO Editor-in-Chief, First India Rajendra Chhabra Jaipur: Three IAS of state cadre are giving their services in other states and among these, the case of 2005 batch IAS Punam, is unique. According to the rules, any IAS can go on depu- tation in their home state, only for a maxi- mum of five years. How- ever,ithasbeensixyears since Punam went to Bi- har and even now there seems no possibility of her early return. And it is said that she doesn’t want to return also. In October 2016, Pu- nam went to her Home state on deputation and later she took a three year extension as well. When the five year term ended, she excused her- self on the pretext of Covid crisis and extend- ed her ‘stay’ for one more year. While the Bihar Government agreed, the Rajasthan Government did not give its approval. She then headed to CAT and got a stay on her return. Originally this stay was temporary and for few weeks only, but even this stay has continued to get extend- ed again and again as Punam is running from pillar to post to get the extension done, every time. Interestingly, the extension period too ended on October 30, 2022, but because of CAT, she has continued to stay put in Bihar. Notably, Punam has her own family in Patna and thus the current ‘placement’, as Com- missioner of Saharan, suits her. Interestingly, it is the Central DoPT that is fighting the legal battle against Punam in CAT and why the law- yers of DoPT have so far been unable to get CAT’s stay vacated, is a mystery. But what is even more bizarre is the approach of Rajasthan DoP, which is more or less a muted spectator in the CAT’s legal bat- tle. Rajasthan already has a dearth of senior IAS and on the other hand PUnam has chal- lenged the very rules and principles on which the bureaucracy has to work; a move which is wrong. Rajasthan DoP should bring back Pu- nam in any way it can. HasBihar’sPunamrefusedtoreturntohomecadreRajasthan? ON DEPUTATION Arora meets Jodh industrialists,discusses Handicraft biz Rajeev Gaur Jodhpur: Former Chief Election Com- missioner Sunil Arora, who is on a two-day visit to Jodhpur, on Sunday met various dignitaries of the city at the Circuit House and discussed many as- pects in detail. The of- fice bearers of Marud- hara Industries Asso- ciation led by Sunil Parihar, Director, Ra- jsico met and wel- comed Arora. Arora discussed with the businessmen mainly about handi- craft business, guar gum business and steel business. Arora had reached Jodhpur on Saturday where he had attended a programme of Jodhpur Industries Association. He also praised West- ern Rajasthan Indus- try Handicraft Festi- val. He shares a deep relationship with Jodhpur since the time of posting. Arora was scheduled to return to Delhi later Sunday afternoon. Speaker Birla addresses Jangid Samaj in Kota First India Bureau Kota: Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla on Sunday addressed the swearing-in ceremony of the new executive of All India Jangid Brah- min Samaj on hon- oured the talents of the community in Kota. Biral said that Jan- gid community has that art and creativity by which they make any place grand. “From the ancient temple to the new building of Parliament, their skill and work- manship are being re- flected,” he said. Birlaalsoparticipated in the Satsang and Var- kha Mahotsav of Shri Prem Prakash Mandal President Sadguru Swa- mi Bhagat Prakash Ji Maharaj organised by Pujya Sindhi Panchayat under Kartik month. Kota to become tourist hub soon, says Minister Shanti Dhariwal Bhanwar S Charan Kota: Rajasthan is set- ting a record in the in- dustrial sector and with the success of the inves- tor meet, more than 2 lakh jobs will be created across the State. Solar sector industries are go- ing to be established in Kota along with plants like Pepsi and Ammo- nia, said UDH Minister Shanti Dhariwal dur- ing a function organ- ised by The SSI Asso- ciation in Kota at a ho- tel on Jhalawar Road on Sunday. Referring to the change of Kota, he said that the city is soon go- ing to become a tourist hub. After becoming a touristcitywithacoach- ing industry, there will be a radical change in the economy of Kota. Sunil Arora discusses Western Rajasthan Industry Handicraft Festival with Sunil Parihar, Kamal Mehta, SK Sharma, Umesh Leela, Govind Agarwal, Nilesh Sancheti, Pankaj Rathi on Sunday. DoP a muted spectator even as DoPT fights a legal battle for Punam’s return to cadre in CAT Stubble burning up by 160% in Raj, 20% in Pb: Jitendra Singh “Farm fires in November responsible for plunging Delhi air to severe category” First India Bureau New Delhi: Union Min- ister Jitendra Singh on Sunday, while express- ing serious concern over the deteriorating air quality in Delhi- NCR, held responsible the Governments of Ra- jasthan and Punjab for not doing enough to check stubble burning. Singh, while citing the data from the Indi- an Meteorological De- partment (IMD) and the Indian In- stitute of Tropi- c a l Mete- orolo- gy (IITM),said,“Rajasthan and Punjab witnessed a 160 per cent and 20 per cent rise in cases of stubble burning respec- tively this October com- pared to October 2021. Meanwhile, the data also showed decline of farm fires incidents by 30 per cent and 38 per cent respectively in Haryana and UP during the same period.” Farm Fires in Punjab rosefrom13,269to16,004 from October 2021 to Oc- tober 2022 recording a rise of 20 per cent, while in Rajasthan, it rose from 124 to 318 from Oc- tober 2021 to October 2022 recording a rise of 160 per cent. According to Air Quality Early Warning System (AQEWS) opera- tionalised by the IMD and the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorolo- gy under the ministry, the contribution of stubble burning to the level of PM 2.5 levels was estimated at 9.7 per cent on November 1, 7.4 per cent on November 3, 32 per cent on Novem- ber 4 and 17.8 per cent on November 4, he said. FARM FIRES STATE OCT 2021 OCT 2022 (+/-) PUNJAB 13,269 16,004 +20% HARYANA 2,914 1,995 -30% UTTAR PRADESH 1,060 768 -38% RAJASTHAN 124 318 +160% Delhi recorded seven “very poor” air quality days in October this year compared to nil such cases in October, 2021. IAS Punam Shanti Dhariwal Jaipur: Bidding has started in the BJP for the Sardarshahar As- sembly seat in Churu district. Former member of Sardarshahar Pan- chayat Samiti, Shivchand Sahu met senior BJP leaders Arun Singh, Sat- ish Poonia, Chandrashek- har and expressed his interest to contest polls on a BJP ticket. SHIVCHAND WILLING TO FIGHT BYPOLL
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