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  1. 1. OUR EDITIONS: JAIPUR & MUMBAI www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia JAIPUR l TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 2023 l Pages 14 l 3.00 l RNI NO. RAJENG/2019/77764 l Vol 4 l Issue No. 229 BBC SERIES ON PM: UK PETITION CALLS FOR PROPER PROBE ‘INDIA’S G20 A CHANCE TO TELL STORY OF NEW INDIA’ 3RD TEMPLE VANDALISED IN MELBOURNE Canberra: A third Hindu temple was vandalised with anti-India graffiti in Melbourne’s Albert Park on Monday, days after Shri Shiva Vishnu Temple in Carrum Downs was vandalised. 4.8 MAGNITUDE EARTHQUAKE IN MANIPUR Imphal: An earthquake of magnitude 4.8 struck Manipur’s Bishnupur on Monday evening, NCS said. The earthquake occurred at 7.12pm and epicentre was 79km west-northwest of Bishnupur. New Delhi: A new petition has called for an independent inquiry into a “serious breach” by BBC in its duties as a public broadcaster in UK over a controversial documentary series on PM Modi. New Delhi: British High Commissioner to India Alexander Ellis said India’s G20 Presidency is an “opportunity” to tell the story of a “new and modern India,” it can tackle some of ‘world’s big problems’. P6 BSE SENSEX 60,941.67 319.90 | NSE NIFTY 18,118.55 90.90 P4 BJP CHIEF AT STATE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING IN JAIPUR BJP WILL FORM GOVERNMENT IN THE STATE WITH THREE-FOURTH MAJORITY, SAYS NADDA Aishwary Pradhan Jaipur: BJP National President JP Nadda on Monday exuded confi- dence that the party will formagovernmentinthe state with three-fourth majority in the upcom- ing Assembly elections. He also gave a big message to the BJP leaders in the state say- ing that everyone has a desire to become MLA and MP but one should become a leader. “You don’t get anything by asking, you get it by ability. Don’t go up, go down. If you go to the bottom, you will be- come a leader,” he said. Nadda also advised the workers to stay on the ground and work. He said BJP should be paramount for all lead- ers and workers. In his 35-minute speech, Na- dda attacked Gehlot govt in State and called upon workers to unite and prepare for polls. He said that crimes are con- tinuously increasing in Rajasthan, papers are being leaked, and no one is being heard in govt. “In such a situation, BJP workers should go among the public and create an atmosphere against the government regarding its anti-peo- ple policies so that the BJP gets a two-thirds majority in the coming polls,” he said. Turn to P8 BJP Nat’l Prez gave mantra of victory to the members and said they should speak less, listen more to the public JP Nadda being felicitated by Satish Poonia in presence of Arun Singh, Vasundhara Raje, Gulab Chand Kataria, Om Mathur, Rajyavardhan Rathore and others during the State executive committee meeting, in Jaipur on Monday. —PHOTO BY SANTOSH SHARMA ‘SUPPORT US AND WE WILL RESTORE STATEHOOD IN J&K’ KL RAHUL, ATHIYA SHETTY TIE KNOT! PARAKRAM DIWAS First India Bureau Jammu: Cong leader Ra- hul Gandhi on Monday addressing a gathering at the Satwari Chowk said that the party will put all its might to restore state- hood for Jammu and Kashmir and strongly accused the NDA Government at the Centre of snatching away the statehood. P5 Daughter of actor Suniel Shetty, Athiya Shetty and Cricketer KL Rahul’s wedding marks the first big fat celeb wedding of 2023. They tied knot in their Khandala farmhouse on Monday. SC DISMISSES CBI APPEAL AGAINST BAIL TO ANIL DESHMUKH New Delhi: In a major relief for former Maharashtra home minister Anil Deshmukh, the Supreme Court on Monday dismissed the CBI’s appeal challenging the Bombay High Court order granting bail to NCP leader in a corruption case. SPICEJET OFFLOADS 2 PASSENGERS FOR UNRULY BEHAVIOUR PAKISTAN SUFFERS HUGE POWER OUTAGE AFTER GRID FAILURE New Delhi: Two passengers supposed to fly a SpiceJet flight from New Delhi to Hyderabad on Monday were handed over to the security agency. Male passenger touched the female cabin crew inappropriately. P6 Islamabad: Millions of people were without electricity in Karachi, Islamabad etc as Pakistan experienced a nationwide power outage on Monday due to reduced frequency in national grid. READ Crucial Crucial 5TH SCORPENE-CLASS SUBMARINE INS VAGIR COMMISSIONED INTO IN Mumbai: Indian Navy on Monday commissioned the fifth Kalvari class submarine Vagir at the naval dockyard in Mumbai in presence of Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral R Hari Kumar. P6 GOLDEN TRIBUTE TO INDIA’S HEROES! PM Modi, HM Shah pay tribute to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose 21 Andaman & Nicobar Islands named after PVC awardees Moni Sharma New Delhi: Prime Min- ister Narendra Modi on Monday named 21 Is- lands in Andaman and Nicobar after recipients of India’s highest mili- tary decoration, the Param Vir Chakra. The naming was done on oc- casion of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose’s 126th birth anniv also known as Parakram Diwas. “When history is be- ingmade,thefuturegen- erationsnotjustremem- ber, assess and evaluate it, but also find constant inspiration from it,” Modi said. The first re- cipient of the award was Major Somnath Sharma, who lost his life while fighting against Pak in 1947. P5 PM Narendra Modi at naming ceremony of 21 islands of Andaman & Nicobar after 21 Param Vir Chakra awardees, via VC, on Monday. Amit Shah and others present during the event in Port Blair on Monday. INDIA 1ST COUNTRY TO NAME ISLANDS AFTER SOLDIERS: HM Union Home Minister Amit Shah, present on the occasion on Monday, said that India is the first country to have done this, as no other country in the world had named an island after the brave soldiers who fought for the nation. BELOW ARE ALL 21 ISLANDS THAT WERE NAMED... DHAN SINGH ISLAND Lieutenant Colonel (then Major) Dhan Singh Thapa TARAPORE ISLAND Lt Col Ardeshir Burzorji Tarapore KARAM SINGH ISLAND Lance Naik Karam Singh BANA ISLAND Naib Subedar Bana Singh EKKA ISLAND Lance Naik Albert Ekka KHETRAPAL ISLAND 2nd Lt Arun Khetrapal PANDEY ISLAND Lt Manoj Kumar Pandey HOSHIAR ISLAND Major Hoshiar Singh SHAITAN ISLAND Major Shaitan Singh JADUNATH ISLAND Nayak Jadunath Singh YOGENDER ISLAND Subedar Major YS Yadav HAMID ISLAND Company Quartermaster Havildar Abdul Hamid RANE ISLAND 2nd Lt Rama Raghoba Rane RAMASWAMY ISLAND Major R Parameswaran BATRA ISLAND Captain Vikram Batra JOGINDER ISLAND Subedar Joginder Singh SALARIA ISLAND Capt GS Salaria (then Major) PIRU ISLAND Company Havildar Major Piru Singh SOMNATH ISLAND Major Somnath Sharma SEKHON ISLAND Flying Officer NS Sekhon SANJAY ISLAND Subedar Major Sanjay Kumar Five-member Oversight Panel to be led by Mary I want to resign, have told PM: Maha Guv First India Bureau New Delhi: Legendary boxer Mary Kom will head five-member over- sight committee formed bytheIndianSportsMin- istry to look into the al- legations of sexual har- assment of women wres- tlers by Wrestling Feder- ation of India (WFI) Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh, Union Sports Minister Anurag Thakur said on Monday . P6 First India Bureau Mumbai: Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari on Monday said that he has ex- pressed his desire to PM Narendra Modi to resign from his post. In a statement issued by Raj Bhavan, Koshyari, 81, expressed his de- sire to spend the rest of his life reading, writing and other activities. Koshyari, who had often been at odds with the ousted U d d h a v - l e d MVA govt, triggered Op- position backlash over hisremarksonChhatra- pati Shivaji, whom he described as the “icon of olden times”. His term as Guv was marred with controver- sies. He was ap- pointed to post in Sept 2019. REMEMBERING NETAJI! (L) LS Speaker Om Birla, PM Narendra Modi, S Jaishankar, Rajnath Singh, Kiren Rijiju, VK Singh, Arjun Ram Meghwal and other dignitaries on occasion of birth anniversary of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, in New Delhi on Monday. (R) PM Narendra Modi and Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge share a lighter moment. Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla is also seen here. Mary Kom Anurag Thakur The WFI pres- ident will not discharge his duties and stay away from affairs of WFI. The working of WFI will be looked after by Oversight Committee till their mandated duration and it will also probe the serious allegations against WFI and its chief. —Anurag Thakur, Union Sports Minister When you become a leader, you will get the post automatically. You should have the ability. Leaders are not made overnight. —JP Nadda, BJP National President Plea in Del HC against wrestlers for levelling harassment charges against WFI President It was an absolute honour and privilege for me to serve as the Rajya Sevak or Rajyapal of a great state like Maharashtra – the land of saints, social reformers and valiant fighters. —Bhagat Singh Koshyari, Maharashtra Governor CM GEHLOT TO PRESENT THE STATE BUDGET ON FEB 10 INSTEAD OF FEB 8 Jaipur: CM Ashok Gehlot will present the state budget on February 10 instead of February 8. This decision was taken in the BAC meeting. BAC report will be tabled in Assembly today and Governor’s address will also be discussed. Feb 25-29 is proposed to be a recess of the sittings of House. Feb 1 is a national holiday due to the budget of the country. RAJASTHAN ASSEMBLY BUDGET SESSION BEGINS ON STORMY NOTE Oppn stages protest over paper leaks amid Guv’s address Yogesh Sharma and Naresh Sharma Jaipur: The Rajasthan Assemblybudgetsession began on Monday with the Governor’s address amid an Opposition pro- test over incidents of pa- per leaks, as the Speaker suspended 3 agitating RLP MLAs for the day and ordered them to be marshalled out. Governor Kalraj Mishra in his address highlighted the achievements and pro- gress made during the four years of the Con- gress rule, including the steps taken to curb incidents of paper leaks. As soon as the House assembled for the day, BJP MLA and Leader of Opposition Gulab Chand Kataria raised the issue of pa- per leaks following which the Opposition members started creat- ing an uproar. Rashtriya Loktantrik Party MLAs stormed the Well of the House carrying placards de- manding a CBI inquiry into paper leak cases even as the governor continued his address for sometime amid din. The BJP MLAs also pro- tested in the Well of the house. They raised slo- gans like ‘Rajya Sarkar Weak Hai Har Paper Leak Hai’. More on P3  On Day 1 of the session: 3 RLP MLAs suspended for the day, marshalled out  ‘Rajya Sarkar Weak Hai Har Paper Leak Hai’, chants echo in Rajasthan Assembly Guv Kalraj Mishra, Dr CP Joshi, CM Ashok Gehlot, Usha Sharma, Shanti Dhariwal and others on 1st day of Assembly on Monday. Vasundhara Raje, Satish Poonia, Rajendra Rathore, Kalicharan Saraf, Ashok Lahoty and other BJP leaders protest in the Assembly. In Guv’s address, there was info about works of govt. So far govt has done many works, schemes are being run in state in a bet- ter way than previous govt, but Oppn are busy wasting the time by arguing beyond all these things. —Ashok Gehlot, CM Lot of devp has taken place in Raj but BJP people did not want to hear it in Assembly. Incidents like paper leaks have taken place in BJP states also but accused were not caught. —Shanti Dhariwal, Parlia- mentary Affairs Minister NATIONAL GIRL CHILD DAY! Bhagat Singh Koshyari
  2. 2. RAJASTHAN JAIPUR | TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 2023 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 Shiv Sital Builders Pvt. Ltd. First India Bureau Jaipur: Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has ap- proved a financial pro- vision of Rs 120 crore for special repair works in 1,923 government schools. This amount has been sanctioned for schools from Composite School Grant. It is noteworthy that Rs 10,000 to Rs 1 lakh per year is transferred to all the schools in the state under Composite School Grant under Sa- magra Shiksha on the basis of nomination. With this money, the drinking water sys- tem in schools, electric- ity expenses, internet- related works as well as repair works is done in schools. Important decisions are being taken by the state government in the field of education as many important schemes including Ma- hatma Gandhi English Medium School for quality education, Love-Kush Vatika for pre-primary education, Chief Minister Bal Go- pal Yojana for provid- ing milk to students twice a week, Chief Minister Free Uniform Yojana for free dress have been implemented in the state. 1923 govt schools to undergo repair work FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE OF `120 CRORE  `10,000 to `1L per year is transferred to all the schools under Composite School Grant under Samagra Shiksha on the basis of nomination RUSU PREZ SLAPPED BY GENERAL SECY Clash broke out and Nirmal Chaudhary was slapped in front of Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, other leaders Bharat Dixit Jaipur: A scuffle broke out between two stu- dent groups at Maha- rani Girls College here during a programme on Monday where Union minister Gajendra Sin- gh Shekhawat was pre- sent as chief guest. Besides Shekhawat, BJP MLA Kalicharan Saraf and other leaders were also present on the stage when the inci- dent happened, police said.Maharani Girls College is a constituent college of the Univer- sity of Rajasthan. The clash broke out after Rajasthan Uni- versity Students Union (RUSU) president Nir- mal Chaudhary was al- legedly slapped by RUSU general secre- tary Arvind Jajra on the stage. Chaudhary won the RUSU president poll in August last year as an independent candidate while Jajra is from ABVP and both have election related enmity, officials said. The programme was organised for the inau- guration of the student union’s office at the col- lege. Soon after Shekha- wat delivered his ad- dress, Chaudhary went to the stage and waved at the students when Jajra allegedly slapped him from behind and pushed him following which Chaudhary’s supporters thrashed Jajra on the stage. Drinking water system, electricity expenses, internet-related and other repair works will be carried out in the schools. NO CASE WAS REGISTERED: ACP RAJENDRA Soon after Shekhawat deliv- ered his address, Chaud- hary went to the stage and waved at the students when Jajra allegedly slapped him from behind and pushed him following which Chaud- hary’s supporters thrashed Jajra on the stage. Sup- porters of both the student leaders clashed with each other, police said. Assistant Commissioner of Police (Jaipur South) Rajendra said that no case was registered and the matter was settled after some- time. Later, Chaudhary told reporters that he was an invited guest for the pro- gramme and was “slapped” for no reason. The RUSU president said slapping him cannot stop him from leading the students. One of the passengers brought gold from Sharjah to Jaipur in paste form and concealed in bottom hem of his pant. Goldworth`55L seizedfrom2at Jaipurairport PRIZE CATCH Jaipur (PTI): Gold valued over Rs 55 lakh was allegedly seized from two pas- sengers at the Jaipur Internation- al Airport here, a customs official said on Monday. Gold weighing 380 grams and valued at around Rs 22,23,000 was recovered from a passenger who ar- rived from Sharjah, he said. The gold was in paste form and concealed in the bot- tom hem of a pant, the official said. In another seizure, gold weighing 576 grams and valued at Rs 33,69,600 was re- covered from a pas- senger who arrived from Riyad via Shar- jah. The gold was also in paste form and covered in two silicon rubber cap- sules, which were concealed in under- wear, he said. More docs join Right to Health Bill protest Vikas Sharma Jaipur: All the doc- tors’ organizations have now come togeth- er to protest against the proposed Right to Health Bill in the state. As they boycotted work at private hospitals and nursing homes, a meeting of teachers was held in Jaipur Medical Association in which Rajasthan serv- ing doctors Sangh, Upchar and other or- ganizations supported the movement. Representatives of all the medical organi- zations said that the Right to Health Bill should not be accepted under any circum- stance. Dr Ajay Chaud- hary, State President of Rajasthan Serving Doc- tors Association, JMA President Dr Tarun Ojha, Secretary Dr An- urag Sharma, Dr Sunil Gadsa, representative of treatment and many medical organizations were present. Dr Vijay Kapoor, Sec- retary , Private Hospital and Nursing Home So- ciety said, “If the gov- ernment wants, then they should first pro- vide the Right to Food, Right to Sanitization bill. It is wrong to im- pose the Right to Health Bill only on medical institutions.” ANOTHER SEIZURE 20-year-old raped on pretext of marriage Unemployedyouthprotest over21-pointdemands Satyanarayan Sharma Jaipur: A case of be- friending a girl online and raping her on the pretext of marrying has come to light in the Vidyadhar Nagar area. The victim has regis- tered a case against the accused. As per the victim the accused has now blocked her number and is refusing to mar- ry her. According to the police, a 20-year-old girl registered a case at the police station. It is reported that six months ago a person named Rashid befriend- ed her on Instagram and after some time pro- posed to her for mar- riage, to which she agreed. Once Rashid took her to a cafe behind National Handloom lo- cated in Vidyadhar Na- gar and raped her on the pretext of marriage. The police is investigat- ing the matter. First India Bureau Jaipur: The unem- ployed in Rajasthan laid siege to the Vidhan Sabha on Monday with their 21-point demands. A large number of un- employed reached the state from across Ra- jasthan. During this, the police stopped the unemployed at 22 Go- down Circle in the city . The unemployed protested against the government and hand- ed over a demand letter to Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot. The of- ficial representatives of the Rajasthan Berozgar Ekikrath Sangh said that if their demands were not met at the earliest, they will switch to fierce move- ment across the state. State President of Ra- jasthan Berozgar Ekikrath Sangh Upen Yadav said that exam cheating/copying mafia is leaking papers of every recruitment exam in the state. In which government em- ployees and leaders are also included. In such a situation, there should be a CBI inquiry into the paper leak case. Along with this, by completing the pending recruitment processes at the earliest, a rasu- ka should also be ap- plied in the recruitment examinations. If the government does not fulfill their demands then we will start a youth public awareness campaign across the state in February where h the unemployed will reach the village Dhani, the difference between the words and actions of the Rajasthan govt will be conveyed to the general public. Thousands attend Bhagwat Katha Man throws baby girl in canal to get govt permanent job Monu Singh Rajawat Dausa: A huge crowd of devotees gathered for the Shrimad Bhag- wat Katha going on in the religious city Me- handipur Balaji on its second day on Monday. Mahant Nareshpuri Maharaj, President of Siddhapeeth Balaji Temple Trust did Maha Aarti with chanting of Bhagwat Katha. Be- sides, the circumambu- lation of Bhagwat Katha Sthal was also done.On the occasion, thousands of people were present in the Bhagwat Pandal to lis- ten to the story from the Mukharvind of Mridul Krishna Shastri. Mahant Naresh Puri Maharaj welcomed saints from all over the country. Besides, 108 pundits performed yagna near Shrimad Bhagwat Katha Pandal. Gayatri Mantras were chanted. The Havan Yagya will con- tinue for seven days. Bikaner (PTI): A man working as a contrac- tual employee in the state government threw his five-month- old daughter in the In- dira Gandhi Canal to avoid hurdles in secur- ing a permanent job because of three chil- dren, police said Mon- day. The partner in crime was his wife. “The couple has been arrested for mur- dering their daughter. The man along with his wife took the step to secure his contrac- tual government job,” Bikaner SP Yogesh Ya- dav said. The incident oc- curred in the Bikaner district on Sunday even- ing when the couple threw the girl into the canal in Chhatargarh police station area. Meghwal (36) is pres- ently posted as school assistant in Chandasar panchayat and given an affidavit that he has two children and was expecting that he would not get permanent job due to third child, SHO Jai Kumar said. A case was filed against Meghwal and his wife Geeta Devi (33). Mahant Nareshpuri along with other religious leaders on Monday. Five-year-old girl died after which the couple was nabbed. Upen Yadav with unemployed youth protesting at Bais Godam Circle in Jaipur on Monday. 2 more SHOs suspended in liquor case Vet officer falls unconscious during strike First India Bureau Jaipur: The effect of CM Ashok Gehlot’s sternness is visible in the matter related to il- legal liquor in the city. On the instructions of DGP Umesh Mishra two police officers in the state capital have been suspended. Besides, two police station officers have also been suspend- ed by the police head- quarters due to depart- mental action on charg- es of negligence in mak- ing spurious liquor in an illegal liquor factory in the city. Earlier, four constables have been suspended in the case. A police spokesperson said that SHO Shiv- daspura Mangilal Bish- noi and SHO Sanganer Sadar Brijmohan Kavia have been suspended due to the proposed de- partmental inquiry . First India Bureau Jaipur: The Veteri- nary Officer, Dr Jangsher Ali Khan who has been on hun- ger strike for 148 hours, has fainted. The 108 ambulances reached the picket site and he was rushed to the Sawai Man Singh (SMS) hospital. The fast unto death by the vet- erinarians has been observed at the Di- rectorate of Animal Husbandry for 11-point demands. Soon after Gajendra Singh Shekhawat delivered his address, Nirmal Chaudhary went to the stage and waved at the students when Jajra allegedly slapped him from behind and pushed him following which Chaudhary’s supporters thrashed Jajra on the stage. Members of JMA address the meeting on Monday.
  3. 3. First India Bureau Jaipur: The State govt is likely to bring total of eight bills in this budget session. The most im- portant of these will be the Finance Bill. Appro- priation Bill will also be brought.Thegovtisalso preparing to enact a law to give Right to Health. This bill was referred to the Select Committee in last session. Thegovernorreadthe speech for some time and due to the ruckus, the address was tabled. The House was ad- journedforhalf anhour for the departure of the Governor. After the house reassembled, newly elected member of the house Anil Ku- mar Sharma (Con- gress) was ad- ministered the oath of office. During the oath-taking ex- ercise, RLP MLAs Pukhraj, Narayan BeniwalandIndiraDevi continued their protest in the Well of the House while other Opposition members sat quietly . When his instruc- tions were ignored by the RLP MLAs, the Speaker ordered the marshal to take the three MLAs out of the House. He expelled them from the house for the rest of the day. The speaker said that the proceedings of the house cannot be dis- rupted like this. He also raised objections over the MLAs coming to the house with posters and placards. After suspension from the house for the day, RLP MLA Narayan Beniwal said that he and other MLAs were raising the voice of youths. He said that the woman MLA was taken out of the house by the male marshal which is not acceptable and the matter will be raised be- fore the speaker. Tributes poured in for KN Tripathi, Mulayam S Yadav The house paid tributes to former West Bengal and Governor Bihar Ke- shari Nath Tripathi, former UP CM Mulay- am Singh Yadav, former MLAs Bhanwar Lal Sharma, Rajendra Ku- mar Bhartiya and the victims of the Jodhpur cylinder blast incident. The House was then ad- journed for the day. Meanwhile, looking at the strategy of the BJP, a special discussion on the issue can be held. RAJASTHAN JAIPUR | TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 2023 03 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia Nirmal Tiwari Jaipur: In his message to Spain’s Fitur Inter- national Trade fair which was held from January 18 to 22, 2023, Rajasthan chief minis- ter Ashok Gehlot said, “I heartily congratu- late the delegates from 164 countries around the world. I request the participants of the tourism fair to at least once undertake one journey in the Palace On Wheels. The jour- ney of this royal train shows the glorious tra- dition and history of Rajasthan.” For the first time, there was a contest be- tween the Tourism De- partment and the Tour- ism Corporation on an international stage. Rajasthan tourism flourished at the inter- national trade fair ‘Fi- tur’ held in Spain. Tourism corpora- tion president Dhar- mendra Rathore also participated in the event. The message of Rajasthan chief minis- ter Ashok Gehlot was also read out. Foreign tourists were invited to come to Rajasthan by present- ing them with yellow rice, shawls and tur- bans. Take a trip on PoW once, says CM Gehlot to participants of Fitur event Promoted by Ashiana Housing Limited GOVT TO INTRODUCE 8 BILLS AMID UPROAR! First India Bureau Jaipur: During the Gov- ernor’s address on the first day of the com- mencement of the budg- et session in the Ra- jasthan Assembly , there was a lot of commotion. CM Ashok Gehlot has targeted BJP and during the interaction with the media, Gehlot said that there was no reduction today due to the agita- tion by the BJP MLAs. This kind of environ- ment creates a lot of problems in the func- tioning of the house and it should not happen. While attacking BJP , he said that the BJP doesn’t want to listen. “In the Governor’s address, there was information about the works of the govt. So far the govt has done many important works and the schemes arebeingruninthestate in a better way than the previous government, but the opposition peo- ple are busy wasting the time of the House by ar- guing beyond all these things,” Gehlot said. Babu Lal & Manoj Sharma Jaipur/Tonk: Former Dy CM Sachin Pilot was on a tour of Chak- su and Tonk on Mon- day . He laid the founda- tion stone of Govern- ment College near Shitla village of Chak- su and attended the Mahila Sangam pro- gram in the Govern- ment College campus as the chief guest. On this occasion, Pi- lot said that due to res- ervation in the country , women are holding various posts including Sarpanch, Panch, Prad- han, but they need to be given more power. “In today’s era, there is a need to bring youth for- ward,” he said. Pilot also inaugurated a pri- vate hospital in Civil Lines of Tonk. Speaking on the Right to Health Bill, Min Pratap S Khachariawas said that the Bill is in the interest of the people. “We respect doctors and will listen to them. If the doctors have any sugges- tions, we will fulfill them,” he said. The minister said that there is Cong govt and in the the last 4 years there has been development in every field. “Be it govt or pvt hospital, treatment is being provided free of cost. Rajasthan’s law and order is 100 times better than that of MP and UP. Strict action is being taken against those involved in paper leak,” he said. He said that Cong govt is a public welfare and development government and BJP used to lie outside to mislead the public. MP Kirodi Lal Meena held a public dialogue with people in Vatika village. He said that papers are being leaked in the Rajasthan government and called upon the youth to protest outside the Vidhan Sabha on 24 January and demand the government to conduct a independent probe from the Central agency CBI into the paper leak case. He appealed to the youth to come in maximum numbers and participate in the protest outside the Vidhan Sabha. Kirodi went to the temple in Charbhuja Nath and wished for the happiness and prosperity of the state. Hundreds of people including Karan Singh were present on this occasion. These sort of things create problems in functioning of the House: CM Gehlot Sachin Pilot addressing students at Govt College in Chaksu. PSK interacting with media on Monday. Dr Kirodi in Chomu on Monday. The government is also preparing to enact a law to give Right to Health RLP MLAs Pukhraj, Narayan Beniwal and Indira Devi stage protest in House WE RESPECT DOCTORS, SAYS PSK ON RIGHT TO HEALTH BILL DR KIRODI CALLS FOR GHERAO OF VIDHAN SABHA TODAY Need to bring youth forward: Pilot RAMLAL SHARMA ADAMANT FOR CBI PROBE IN PAPER LEAK HEMARAM CHOUDHARY WILL BE BUSY WITH 51 QUESTIONS POONIA SEEN INACTIVE IN ASSEMBLY ON FIRST DAY BJP MLA Ramlal Sharma said that the BJP MLAs protested in the House regarding paper leak case and demanded for CBI inquiry. The govt will have to accept the demand of the Oppo- sition and the CBI will have to investigate this whole matter. “Congress ministers are saying that our government is doing well then why govt’s own MLAs are raising questions on it. Ministers should answer this thing,” he said. Forest and Environment Minister Hemaram Choudhary will be busy in this assembly session as 51 questions related to his department have been listed. Most of the ques- tions are related to encroachment and wildlife. ACS Shi- khar Agrawal has held meetings with the Head of Forest Dr DN Pandey and CWLW Arindam Tomar for the preparations of the budget session. BJP State president Satish Poonia looked inactive in the Assembly on Monday. Poonia silently watched the aggressive attitude of Vasundhara Raje and Rajendra Rathore. He was also seen standing behind the leaders while they were protesting over the paper leak with placards in their hands. Other highlights Dharmendra Rathore at Barcelona beach in Spain on Monday. First India Bureau Jaipur:Awkwardsitua- tion were witnesses when the national an- them started amid din. Governor Kalraj Mishra and Speaker CP Joshi had moved out of their chair af- ter the gover- nor’s address and the opposition mem- bers were in the well of the house when the na- tionalanthemplayedon the audio system. The governor had almost turned back and was leavingwhenthenation- alanthemstarted.Atthe same time, CM Ashok Gehlot also drew their attention following which they remained standing. The BJP MLAs rushed to their respective seats as soon as the national anthem began.DyLoPRajendra Rathore told their col- leagues to stand wher- ever they were. Vasund- hara Raje also suddenly noticed this. Later, Min- ister PS Khachariawas accused the BJP MLAs of insultingthenational anthem. He said tht the BJPMLAsshouldapolo- gize for such an act. Do- tasra alos accused the BJP MLAs of insulting the national anthem and said that action should be taken. Row erupts as PSK, Dotasra accuse BJP of insulting the National Anthem PCC Chief GS Dotasra interacting with media on Monday. of the house Anil Ku- mar Sharma (Con- ercise, RLP MLAs Governor Kalraj Mishra and nor’s address and BUDGET SESSION First India Bureau Jaipur: Former DGP Rajendra Shekhar died on Monday. He breathed his last at Soni Hos- pital on JLN Marg on Mon- day. Shek- har was admitted to the ICU of the hospital for the last 5 days for treatment. Former DGP R Shekhar no more GC Kataria during the House proceedings on Monday. GC Kataria urging everyone to stand for the National Anthem.
  4. 4. PERSPECTIVE JAIPUR | TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 2023 04 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 Kedia Real Estate LLP went to the Maninagar Ahmedabad Gujarat State Sangh Karyalaya in Ahmedabad. At that time we had late Vakil Saheb there and I went to meet him. He was in a meeting when I ar- rived at the office. We had heard a lot about him as the emergency had just been lift- ed and all those who had been underground were gradually coming out in the open. Sev- eral Sangh pracharaks were connecting with us and pass- ing on messages incognito. One of these pracharaks liv- ing in disguise was Narendra bhai and he was very popular. Sometime a sardar, sometime a sadhu - Narendra bhai had been travelling throughout Gujarat with the messages of the Sangh. But we had only heard about him, never met him. Well, I will always re- member my visit to the Sangh Karyalaya that day as it was the first time I got to meet Narendra bhai. A very sim- ple, young guy — I was com- pletely taken in by his mag- netic persona. I introduced myself to him and he knew all about my father, his work and everything. In 1993 when he visited USA the first time, wherever we travelled, we rode in the subway , the buses or the metro. What I observed about him was that he was always reading something. Whatever instructions would be posted on the walls, he would make sure to not pass by without reading them and he would continue to talk to you at the same time. His in- terest was Central Park, Brooklyn Museum and his goal was to grab as much ex- perience as he could in his short visit. Not just this, Nar- endra bhai has a penchant for photography. Even today he has a big library in Gandhi- nagar dedicated to the photo- graphs he has clicked and the memories he has created over the years. One great quality about Narendra bhai is that whoso- ever he would stay with, rath- er than becoming a burden on the household, he would turn into an asset, in fact he would live like he belonged to the family itself! As a Sangh pracharak, he would not just connect with the main per- son of the house but would interact with each and every member of the family and endeared himself to all of them. He would enter the kitchen and offer his help in cooking if needed. “Bhabhi- ji, Mataji, let me know how I may help you today”, he would say. And with his smiles and jovial nature, he won everyone over. Well, he is a fantastic cook himself ! Not just this, he was willing to contribute to other house- hold chores as well. This is how Narendra bhai connect- ed with several families and formed a strong bond of love and affection with all the members of the these fami- lies where he would put up as Sangh pracharak. He carried a diary with the details about thousands of volunteers or karyakartas of the Jan Sangh, of the BJP and he would know their sons and daughters too living in the USA. He would try and call up as many people as he could during his visit. As to me, Narendra bhai is the one who understood from day one the strength of the NRI. All NRIs have a strong connect in their native villages and if they spread good word about you, thousands of people know everything about your accom- plishments. Even today very few people understand the strength of the NRI. But Nar- endra bhai was the best and remains the best Statesman we could ever have! In 1997, we visited the States once again. At that time he was the National Gen- eral Secretary of the BJP and incharge of Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh. He always wanted to meet the community so we organised a community gathering at Bombay Plaza. One of our Gujarat MLAs, a young guy elected for the first time, Pan- kaj Desai was there too. To- day he is a senior and sea- soned BJP member. Narendra bhai said to him “Pankaj bhai, tell me about your con- stituency!” And that is how Narendra bhai gathered com- plete information about the people, their problems and the way ahead. The point here is that at that time Narendra bhai was not looking after Gu- jarat, but the urge to know as much as possible about the people from those he meets comes naturally to him. Nar- endra bhai gains a lot of in- sight and perspective from his general interactions with people. Any karyakarta he would meet, he would ask questions to test the level of his or her connect with the Sangh. “So what is Bharat Mata? How many shakhas are there? Who is your Zila Pracharak?” — these are the sort of questions he would ask the volunteers and such discussions would help every- one stay current and augment their knowledge. This is the reason why people love him and he has a strong hold over them. His power to communi- cate with people with diverse backgrounds is terrific. Post this interaction, we took him for an interview with TV Asia. You know, the tunnel that connects New York to New Jersey is always over crowded. Mostly there is a bumper to bumper traffic jam there. And he was dis- cussing with us what the other venues for the inter- view could be besides this! So Narendra bhai has always been a visionary . He is always thinking out of the box and trying to look for alternatives that improve the efficiency of governance. TO BE CONTINUED... COMPILED AND EDITED BY SHASHIKANT SHARMA AND SHWETA SHARMA I YOU READ PART 28 ON JANUARY 17, 2023 NaMo: The PM who bonds with the Indian diaspora The narrator shares with us how Prime Minister Narendra Modi was the first to fully understand the real strength of the NRI community and the bond that he shares with them is terrific. Read this story to know how Narendra bhai visited and interacted with NRI families and Sangh volunteers developing a deep connect with them during his visits abroad. ‘MODI GAINS PERSPECTIVE FROM HIS INTERACTIONS WITH PEOPLE’ Modi gains a lot of insight and perspective from his general interactions with people. Any karyakarta he would meet, he would ask questions to test the level of his or her connect with Sangh. “So what is Bharat Mata? How many shakhas are there? Who is your Zila Pracharak?” — these are sort of questions he would ask the volunteers and such discussions would help everyone stay current and augment their knowledge. ‘NARENDRA BHAI UNDERSTANDS THE STRENGTH AND VALUE OF THE NRI’ Narendra bhai is the one who understood from day one the strength of the NRI. All NRIs have a strong connect in their native villages and if they spread good word about you, thousands of people know everything about your accomplishments. Even today very few people understand the strength of the NRI. But Narendra bhai was the best and remains the best Statesman we could ever have! UNTOLD STORIES OF PM MODI - PART 29 ‘MODI HAI TO MUMKIN HAI…’ Prime Minister Narendra Modi One great quality about Modi is that whosoever he would stay with, rather than becoming a burden on the household, he would turn into an asset, in fact he would live like he belonged to the family itself! Vol 4 Issue No. 229 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 MODI’S PRIDE ‘RASHTRADOOTS’
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  6. 6. INDIA JAIPUR | TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 2023 05 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia Judges don’t have to face scrutiny: Rijiju New Delhi: Law Minis- ter Kiren Rijiju on Mon- day said that judges do not have to contest elec- tions or face scrutiny by the public. Rijiju was speaking at an event of the Delhi Bar Associa- tion. The law minister stated that even though judges are not elected by people, but still public is judging them from the orders they passed and their actions. “After becoming judg- es, they don’t have to face elections or scruti- ny by the public...Public is watching the judges, their judgements and the way they deliver justice, and make their assessments...In this era of social media, nothing can be hidden,” Rijiju stated. “RSS Netaji’s goals similar for the Nation” Kolkata (PTI): RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat on Monday said the goals of RSS and that of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose are similar — mak- ing India a great nation. Hiscommentcameamid the criticism that the ideologies of the RSS and Netaji were not the same. Critics pointed out that Netaji believed in secularism which is “against the ideology of RSS”. Lauding Netaji’s contribution to India’s freedom struggle, Bhag- wat urged everyone to imbibe the qualities and teachings of Bose and work towards making the country “vishwa guru” (world leader). New Delhi (ANI): Re- calling Netaji’s “unpar- alleled contribution to India’s history”, Prime MinisterNarendraModi onMondaypaidhomage to Subhas Chandra Bose on his 126th birth anni- versary today . “Today, on Parakram Diwas, I pay homage to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose recall his unpar- alleled contribution to India’s history. He will be remembered for his fierce resistance to colo- nial rule. We are work- ing to realise his vision for India,” PM Modi wrote in his tweet. The Government had de- clared January 23 as Parakram Diwas in 2021 to commemorate the birth anniversary of Netaji Subhas Chan- dra Bose. Born on January 23, 1897, Netaji played a crucial role in India’s freedom movement. Subhash Chandra Bose established the Azad Hind Fauj. While there is a controversy over Bose’s death in a plane crash in Taipei on August 18, 1945, the Central government had in an RTI (Right to Information) in 2017 confirmed that he had died in the incident. Netaji fiercely resisted colonial rule: PM Modi TRIBUTE TO SUBHAS CHANDRA BOSE PM Narendra Modi, LS Speaker Om Birla and Defence Minister Rajnath Singh after paying tribute to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. SUPPORT ME IN REPATRIATING NETAJI’S REMAINS FROM TAIWAN: ANITA BOSE PFAFF Stadtbergen: As Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose’s 126th birth anniversary was celebrated on January 23, his daughter Dr Anita Bose Pfaff on Monday requested all Indians to help in repatriating Netaji’s last remains from Taiwan. “I request all Indians to support me to repatriate Netaji’s remains,” Dr Anita Bose Pfaff said while speaking to ANI. Mohan Bhagwat speaks during a meeting in Kolkata. SRK messaged that he wants to talk: Himanta Guwahati (ANI): A day after Himanta Biswa Sarma tweeted that he had assured actor Shah Rukh Khan over the phone that the state govt willensurenountoward incidents happen dur- ing the release of his film ‘Pathaan’, the As- sam CM on Monday said the actor had requested for the phone call. At a presser on Mon- day, Sarma said, “Shah Rukh Khan sent me a message introducing himself and saying that he wants to talk to me.” “I had many requests for phone calls, so after completing my queues, we spoke at 2 am. He said that some problems have taken place regard- ing his film’s release. I asked the name of his film, to which he replied it was ‘Pathaan’. Then, I told him that there would not be any distur- bance over the film in the state,” he said. Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma addresses a press conference after a State Cabinet meeting regarding child marriage, at Janata Bhawan in Guwahati on Monday. —PHOTO BY PTI I am not much interested in movies and only know film stars from my boyhood. I didn’t know Shah Rukh Khan. I saw that our phone call was trending on social media. So many ‘Pathaans’ come and go, we have more burning issues to care about. —Himanta Biswa Sarma, Chief Minister, Assam Jammu (PTI): The de- mand for statehood is Jammu and Kashmir’s biggest issue and the Congress will use “our full power” to get it re- instated, party MP Ra- hul Gandhi said on Monday as his Bharat Jodo Yatra arrived here to a grand welcome. Gandhi, who met a cross section of people from Jammu and Kash- mir during his yatra, said JK has the high- est level of unemploy- ment in the country . “The Congress party will fully support you and your statehood (de- mand).Toreinstatestate- hood, the Congress will use our full power,” Gan- dhi told a gathering at the Satwari Chowk here. “Statehood is your biggestissue.Thereisno big issue as big as state- hood. Your right has been snatched,” he said. Gandhi said he spoke to a cross section of people from JK during his yatra and they raised their issues. He said they told him that their voices are not be- ing heard by the admin- istration. “The entire trade is being run by outsiders and people of JK watch them sitting haplessly,” he said. Gandhi said Jammu and Kashmir has the highest level of unem- ployment in the country . Youngsters aspire to be- come engineers, doctors and lawyers but they findtheycannot,hesaid. “There was another way (to get employ- ment) earlier. It was with the Army. It has also been closed now by a new scheme, called Agniveer, introduced by BJP. That path is also now closed,” he said. In August 2019, the NDA government re- voked Article 370 which gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir andproposedthestatebe divided into two union territories, Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh. RaGa vows to get JK’s statehood reinstated “Statehood is your biggest issue. There is no big issue as big as statehood. Your right has been snatched,” Congress leaders tells public in Jammu Congress leader Rahul Gandhi with supporters during the party’s ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’, in Jammu district on Monday. (R) Rahul Gandhi leads ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’, in Samba district on Monday. —PHOTO BY PTI RaGa: We’re not allowed to raise issues in Parl,hence BJY Jammu (PTI): Defend- ingCongress’decisionto start Bharat Jodo Yatra to “unite” India, Rahul Gandhi on Monday said the Opposition party was forced to undertake the 3500-km foot march after it was not allowed to speak on the public is- sues in Parliament. He slammed the BJP government at the Cen- tre for demonetisation, “hasty implementa- tion” of GST and the recently launched Ag- niveer scheme. Gandhi alleged that the government is “fa- cilitating” flight of mon- ey into the coffers of a few corporators and ru- iningthesmallbusiness- es across the country . “The democracy in the country is under at- tack which is a major challenge for the na- tion. Before the com- mencement of the Yatra, we tried to raise the issues like demone- tisation, GST, farmers’ bill and China’s aggres- sion in Parliament, both in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, but we were not allowed and the mikes were being switched off,” he said. DIGVIJAYA QUESTIONS SURGICAL STRIKES; BJP ACCUSES CONG OF INSULTING FORCES 2 IEDS RECOVERED IN JK’S RAJOURI DISTRICT, DEFUSED Rajouri: The security forces recovered two improvised explosive devices (IEDs) in Rajouri district which were defused. The IEDs were detected on Sunday. Police said on Monday, “On 22-01-2023 at 6 p.m. a joint search operation was launched by police, special operations group, 225 field Regiment of Army and CRPF 72 battalion at Dassal and adjoining areas. “During searches two IEDs were recovered. Later on IEDs were defused by Bomb Disposal Squad”. Jammu/New Delhi (PTI): Congress leader Digvijaya Singh on Monday questioned the surgical strikes and accused the government of peddling lies, drawing furious reaction from the BJP which said the Opposi- tion party was blinded by its “hate” for Prime Minister Narendra Modi and has “insulted” armed forces. Addressing a public meeting during the Bharat Jodo Yatra in Jammu and Kashmir, Singh alleged that the government did not agree to the CRPF request of flying its personnel from Srinagar to Delhi and 40 soldiers sacrificed their lives in Pulwama in 2019 to a terror attack. “They talk of surgical strikes. They claim to have killed so many people but no proof is given. They are ruling by peddling a bundle of lies,” the former Madhya Pradesh chief minister, who has often courted controversy with his comments, said. Bharat Jodo Yatra gets a warm welcome in JK Jammu (PTI): Con- gress leader Rahul Gan- dhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra received a warm wel- come as it entered Jam- mu from the adjoining Samba district Monday afternoon with authori- ties further strengthen- ing the security cordon around him. The yatra started from Samba’s Vi- jaypuralongtheJammu- Pathankot highway at around7amMondayand was received warmly by a massive crowd as it crossed Bari Brahmana in Jammu’s Parmandal. Rahul Gandhi lookalike person in the Bharat Jodo Yatra. MP schools to teach Hindu scriptures Bhopal (ANI): Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Monday said that ex- cerpts from Bhagavad Gita, Ramayana, Ma- habharata, and other religious books will be taught in the schools across the state. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan made the above an- nouncement while ad- dressing the Sughosh Darshan program or- ganized by the Vidhya Bharti organization at Old Campion ground in the state capital Bhopal on Monday. Chouhan said, “Ramayana, Ma- habharat, Vedas, Upani- shads and Shrimad Bhagavad Gita are our priceless books. These books have the ability to make man moral and to make man perfect. Therefore, the teaching of our religious books will be implemented in the government schools of the state. I am saying this as the Chief Minis- ter of the state.” MP CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan pays floral tribute to Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. IN THE COURTYARD HIJAB BAN: SC ASSURES TO CONSIDER LISTING MATTER BEFORE 3-JUDGE BENCH New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday assured the petitioners to list the matter of ban on Hijab in the educa- tional institutes in Karnataka. Advocate Meenakshi Arora mentioned the matter related to the headscarves before a bench headed by CJI DY Chandrachud. Arora said that many girls have lost out on the entire year because they have refused to take off their hijab. She also apprised the court about practicals in educational institutes in Febru- ary and sought an early hearing for interim directions. GYANVAPI: HEARING ON PLEA DEMANDING SURVEY OF 2 BASEMENTS ON MARCH 21 Varanasi: A local court on Monday fixed March 21 for next hearing on a petition seeking to open and survey two basements in the Gyanvapi-Shringar Gauri com- plex. Varanasi District Judge AK Vishvesh posted the matter after almost two months as the Allahabad High Court last week postponed hearing in a related matter by eight weeks. The High Court on January 19 had granted eight more weeks to the Archaeological Survey of India for filing its response on the matter. FOREIGN TOURS: DELHI HC GIVES ‘LAST OPPORTUNITY’ TO CENTRE, LG TO REPLY New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Monday granted a “last opportunity” to the Centre and the Lt Governor to respond to Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot’s plea chal- lenging a provision which requires state govt ministers, including the CM, to seek political clearances from the Centre for foreign visits. The petition was filed last year in the backdrop of Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal being denied permission for his visit to Singapore for the 8th World Cities’ Summit from July 31 to August 7, 2022. DELHI COURT GRANTS EXEMPTION FROM PERSONAL APPEARANCE TO JACQUELINE New Delhi: A Delhi court on Monday granted exemp- tion from personal appearance to Bollywood actor Jacqueline Fernandez for the day in a money laundering case against her and alleged conman Sukesh Chan- drasekhar. The judge, who was sched- uled to hear the arguments on framing charges in the matter, adjourned the matter for February 15. The court will hear arguments on January 25 on an application moved by the actor seeking permission to go abroad. “ISSUE ORDERS ON APPOINTMENT OF IPS OFFICER RUPIN SHARMA AS DGP” New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday told the Nagaland govt to pass orders within one week on the appointment of senior IPS officer Rupin Sharma as the DGP of the state. A bench refused to consider the plea of the Nagaland government that the UPSC be asked to relax the 30 years service criteria rule to 25 years for IPS officers for being em- panelled in the UPSC list of three for appointment as the state police chief.
  7. 7. INDIA JAIPUR | TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 2023 06 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 Shree Salasar Oversease Pvt. Ltd. Mumbai (ANI): The Indian Navy on Monday commissioned INS Va- gir’ the fifth submarine of Project 75 Kalvari class at the naval dock- yard here in presence of Chief of Naval Staff Admiral R Hari Kumar. Launched and named ‘Vagir’ on November 12, 2020, the submarine in its new avatar has the distinction of having the lowest build time among all indigenously manufactured subma- rines to date. ‘Vagir’ un- dertook her maiden sea sortie in February 2022, markingthecommence- ment of sea trials and has gone through a se- ries of comprehensive acceptance checks and stringent and demand- ing sea trials prior to being commissioned, according to the de- fence ministry . The sub- marine was delivered to Indian Navy by MDL on December 20, 2022. ‘Vagir’ will boost the IndianNavy’scapability to further India’s mari- time interests and is ca- pable of undertaking diverse missions includ- inganti-surfacewarfare, anti-submarinewarfare, intelligence gathering, mine laying and surveil- lance missions. “Vagir is a lethal plat- form with a formidable weapon package. Vagir is the third submarine inducted into the Navy in a span of 24 months. It is also a shining testi- mony to the expertise of our shipyards to con- struct complex and complicated platforms,” said Admiral Kumar. Coxswain of the fifth Kalvari submarine ‘INS Vagir’ Daljinder Singh on Saturday said that the submarine is ready to face any threat if war breaks out between In- dia and China. While talking to ANI, Singh said, “This sub- marine is the latest technology of the Indi- an Navy. It is a silent submarine. It has good anti-submarine weap- ons like the advanced version of mines. It has advanced versions of combat and advanced version of sonar, and radar systems.” “All the technology used in the submarine is Indian. If there is a war between India and China, then we are ready to face it,” Singh added. ‘INS Vagir’ commissioned into Indian Navy 5TH KALVARI-CLASS SUBMARINE Naval officers onboard the fifth Kalvari-class submarine 'INS Vagir' during its commissioning ceremony, at the Naval dockyard in Mumbai, on Monday. —PHOTO BY BHUSHAN KOYANDE READ Crucial Crucial UNRULY BEHAVIOUR ON SPICEJET FLIGHT AT DELHI AIRPORT New Delhi: Two passen- gers supposed to fly a SpiceJet flight from Delhi to Hyderabad on Monday were handed over to the security agency at the origin airport. According to sources, one of the passengers allegedly inappropriately touched the foreign cabin crew of this wet-leased aircraft (where the airline rents the plane with the oper- ating crew). YETI CRASH: ALL FIVE BODIES OF INDIANS IDENTIFIED Kathmandu: The bodies of all five Indians, who were killed in the Yeti Airlines plane crash in Nepal’s resort city of Pokhara, have been identified and handed over to their respec- tive family members, hospital sources said on Monday. The five Indians were among 72 people on board when the Yeti Airlines plane crashed on the bank of Seti River. ED ATTACHES `7.90 CRORES ASSETS IN PUNJAB DRUG CASES New Delhi: Assets worth Rs 7.90 crore have been attached under the anti- money laundering law in connection with a probe linked to two narcotics trafficking cases of Pun- jab, ED said on Monday. The money laundering case stems from separate FIRs filed by the Punjab Police under various sec- tions of NDPS Act against Gurdeep Singh Rano and Rajesh Kumar. 20 INJURED AS TN GOVT BUS FALLS INTO CANAL Chennai: At least 20 passengers were injured when a state transport bus overturned and fell into a canal at Koman- galam near Virudhacha- lam in Tamil Nadu’s Cuddalore district on Monday, the police said. The injured are admit- ted to Virudhachalam General hospital, where the condition of a few is stated to be serious, the police added. WOMAN PUSHES HER 2 KIDS INTO RIVER, KILLS SELF Hyderabad: A woman pushed her two children into Godavari river in Telangana on Monday before jumping into it to die by suicide. The shocking incident occurred in the Basara town. The police pulled out all three bodies. The woman, identified as Manasa, 27, pushed her son Baladitya, 8, and daughter Navasri, 7, into the river near the ghat. “UK supports India’s bid for UNSC permanent seat” New Delhi (ANI): The United Kingdom sup- ports India’s candidacy for a permanent seat in the United Nations Se- curity Council (UNSC), British High Commis- sioner Alexander Ellis said while adding that New Delhi’s push for reforms will make the institution more effec- tive in dealing with the realities of today . In ANI Podcast, the British High Commis- sioner said, “We certain- ly support India becom- ing the member of the UNSC as this is why the UNSC reforms are the institutionalthatreflects to the realities of today .” “Change in the institu- tion (UNSC) is hard and we need to make them work. Some of them come after the second World War like UN and UNSC, some came later likeWorldTradeOrgani- zation(WTO)...zenithof globalization, the mid 90s and what we want from India is actually to make the effective insti- tution,” he added. Healsogavetheexam- ple of the International Financial Institutions (IFI) which is the prod- uct of the Organisation for Economic Co-opera- tion and Development (OECD)andsaidthatthe countries are adapting those to realities of to- day . He also said that In- dia,forexamplehadalso lend money . He also said that the vulnerable states like island nations need greater support so that they can create the im- pact in the world and hardwork is the key to that lock. “Change in the multi- lateralisation is hard- work. What we are see- ing is the creation of new institution which we will start more,” El- lis said in a podcast with ANI. He also gave the ex- ample of Clinical Trials Registry - India, which is majporly created with the support of UK. “India will increas- ingly be part of all of those (Indo-Pacific group, minilateralism) things and including in panel so UK and India but also with other countries try to solve the particular prob- lem,” British High Commissioner said. On December 1, India assumed the monthly rotating presidency of the UN Security Coun- cil (UNSC) for the sec- ond time in its two-year tenure as an elected member of the Council in 2021-22. We certainly support India becoming the member of the UNSC as this is why the UNSC reforms are the institutional that reflects to the realities of today. —Alexander Ellis, British High Commissioner INDIA NOW PLAYS IMPORTANT ROLE AT INT’L FORUMS UNDER PM MODI, SAYS GERMAN AMBASSADOR Lucknow: German Ambassador to India, Philipp Ackermann, met UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath at his official residence in Lucknow on Monday. Ambassador Philipp said that under the leadership of PP Nar- endra Modi, India now plays an important role in international forums. Big changes have been seen in Uttar Pradesh in the last six years. Law and order has improved significantly. Work in the area of infrastruc- ture development has been unprecedented. All efforts are being made to modernise the transport system including airport, expressway, waterway and metro. Fruitful discussions regarding industrial invest- ment in Uttar Pradesh were held between the CM and German Ambassador. They also talked about the strong economic ties between India and Germany. The CM said that with a trade history of more than 500 years, India and Germany are bound by a common history of economic cooperation. German Ambassador to India Philipp Ackermann calls on UP CM Yogi Adityanath at his residence, in Lucknow on Monday. People’s consent must forAadhaar authentication New Delhi (Agen- cies): Consent of Aad- haar holders will be required before carry- ing out Aadhaar au- thentications. The Unique Identifi- cation Authority of In- dia (UIDAI) has high- lighted in its new guide- lines for Requesting Entities (REs) that they are required to obtain residents’ informed consent either on paper or electronically before carrying out Aadhaar authentications. It has urged REs, which carry out online authentications, to en- sure that residents un- derstand the type of data being collected and the purpose of Aad- haar authentications. It has underlined that logs of authentication transactions, including the consent taken, are kept only for the period as prescribed in the Aadhaar Regulations. Purging of such logs after expiry of the said time period shall also be done as per the Aad- haar Act and its regula- tions. OSDMA, Mizoram’s fire station bag central award New Delhi (PTI): The Odisha State Disaster Management Authority andtheLungleiFireSta- tion in Mizoram have been selected for a cen- tral award for their ex- cellent work in disaster management in the in- stitutional category , the Union Home Ministry announced on Monday . The Modi govt has in- stitutedanannualaward, called Subhash Chandra Bose Aapda Prabandhan Puraskar, to recognise and honour the invalua- ble contribution and self- less service rendered by individuals and organi- sations in India in the field of disaster manage- ment. For 2023, the OSD- MA and the Lunglei Fire Station(LFS)inMizoram havebeenselectedforthe award in the institution- al category , according to a statement of the home ministry said. R-Day: Full dress rehearsals organised at Kartavya Path New Delhi (ANI): With only three days left for Republic Day, prepara- tion for the occasion has been intensified as full dress rehearsals are underway at the Kar- tavya Path in Delhi. With the Garud Spe- cial Forces of the Indi- an Air Force will be marching on the Kar- tavya Path during the parade for the first time, the country is all set to showcase Special Forces. Squadron Leader PS Jaitawat will be leading the Garud team as part of the IAF contingent and Squadron Leader SindhuReddywillbethe contingent commander. A military contingent fromtheEgyptianArmy will also participate in theRepublicDayparade. This is for the first time that the President of Egypt has been in- vited as Chief Guest at India’s Republic Day celebrations. Akash Army Launcher passes through Kartavya Path during full dress rehearsal of Republic Day Parade, in New Delhi on Monday. ArmyChiefvisitsposts alongLACinArunachal New Delhi (PTI): Army Chief Gen Manoj Pande carried out a comprehensive review of India’s mili- tary preparedness along the Line of Ac- tual Control in Arunachal Pradesh in hisfirstvisittothebor- der state after recent clash between Indian and Chinese forces in the Tawang sector. Gen Pande visited various forward posts along the de-facto bor- der with China in the Rest of Arunachal Pradesh (RALP) as well as some other strategically key posts during his visit. They said senior commanders in Arunachal Pradesh briefed the army chief about the over- all security scenario in the border areas. “Gen Manoj Pande #COAS visited units formations along LAC inEastern#Arunacha- lPradeshwasbriefed on operational prepar- edness security situ- ation. #COAS compli- mented troops for maintaining sharp vigil exhorted all to continueworkingwith same zeal devotion,” the Army tweeted. On Saturday , Gen Pande reviewed Ar- my’s preparedness along the LAC in Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim during his visit to the headquar- ters of the eastern Army command in Kolkata. Gen Pande’s visittothecrucialcom- mand came six weeks aftertheclashbetween Indian and Chinese troops in an area along the LAC in the Tawang sector of Arunachal. Gen Manoj Pande “Neither me,nor my men filed any petition” New Delhi (ANI): Brij Bhushan, who was re- centlyaskedtostepaside as the Wrestling Federa- tionof India(WFI)chief, pending an inquiry by anOversightCommittee into the allegation of sexual harassment and financialimpropriety ,on Mondayclarifiedthatno petitionhasbeenfiledby himorbyanypersonau- thorized by him in the DelhiHighCourtagainst the Delhi government, the wrestlers who pro- tested and against the news channels. Brij Bhushan in his statement further clari- fied that I deny the news of filing a petition in the name of Vicky showing my Delhi residence ad- dress on the news chan- nel.Ihavenotauthorized anyadvocate,lawagency orrepresentativetofilea petition in any court of law. Earlier today , a Peti- tion was moved in Delhi High Court against Play- ers/Wrestlers, who re- cently staged a protest against Wrestling Fed- eration of India (WFI) president Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh, levelling serious charges of sexu- al harassment against him, and coaches of the federation. Lawyer Sharikasnt Prasad after filing the plea claimed that the pe- titioner in the matter is Vicky, whose address is 21, Ashoka Road, the of- ficial residence of Mem- ber of Parliament Brij Bhushan Sharan and is working as his cook. WFI President Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh. —FILE PHOTO WILL FILE DEFAMATION CASE AGAINST WFI CHIEF: CONGRESS MP DEEPENDER HOODA New Delhi: Congress MP Deepender Singh Hooda on Monday said that he will file a defamation case against the Wres- tling Federation of India (WFI) President and BJP MP Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh after the latter claimed that the allegation of sexual harassment against him by wrestlers was made at the behest of the former Haryana CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda, and his son and Rajya Sabha MP Deepender Singh Hooda.
  8. 8. JAIPUR | TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 2023 07 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia
  9. 9. First India Bureau Jaipur: The state gov- ernment is encouraging farmers to install solar pumps in their fields at 60 percent subsidy so that they do not have to depend on the availabil- ity of electricity for irri- gation. The use of solar energy is being encour- aged in the state. Due to the facility in irriga- tion, the yield in the fields has increased and the electricity expendi- ture of the farmers has also reduced. This has led to an increase in the income of farmers. Rajasthanhasbecome a model state and ranks first in the country for setting up solar power pump plants in the agri- culture sector. Agricul- ture Commissioner Kanaramsaidthatfarm- ers are being given sub- sidiesupto60 percent of the cost for setting up solar plants. “An addi- tional grant of Rs 45,000 is being given to farm- ers belonging to Sched- uled Castes and Sched- uled Tribes. In tribal sub-plan areas, 100 per- cent subsidy is being given to Scheduled Tribe farmers on solar pump plants of 3 and 5 HP capacity ,” he said. NEWS JAIPUR | TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 2023 08 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia Shivendra Parmar Jaipur: A team of Ra- jasthan's Dholpur-Ka- rauli Police, QRT and Sheopur Police rescued three shepherds, who were abducted from the Khushalpur forests in Sheopurdistrictof Mad- hya Pradesh by dacoits. Three accused have been arrested and one rifle and two live rounds have been recovered. DGP Rajasthan Umesh Mishra congrat- ulated the police team. Madhya Pradesh's ADG Crime has given a cash award of Rs 15000 to Dholpur Police for the commendable work. The three shepherds -- Ramswaroop Yadav, Bhattu Baghel and Gud- daBaghel --wereabduct- ed for ransom from Po- lice Station Vijayanagar in Sheopur district of Madhya Pradesh. After tracing their location to Chambal-Beed police station Sarmathura, a special operation was conducted under the su- pervision of Dholpur SP Dharmendra Singh and SheopurSPAlokKumar. Raids were carried out at various places in the forests of Chirmil, Kased, Murila, Man- drayal, Kuna, Sheopur Khushalpur, Richhara and Sarmathura. The suspects were caught and interrogat- ed. Late in the night of January 20-21, police teams laid siege on re- ceiving information about dacoit Biru ali- as Virendra Nai, resi- dent of Nizampur Po- lice Station Bari Sadar and his brother Sonu and 5-6 other armed miscreants in Khush- alpur forest. Cops rescue 3 shepherds abducted by dacoits in MP DGP Umesh Mishra congratulates and rewards team with `15,000 The three shepherds Ramswaroop Yadav, Bhattu Baghel and Gudda Baghel were abducted for ransom from Police Station Vijayanagar in Sheopur district of MP. Due to the facility, the yield in the fields has increased. Raj tops in setting up solar power pumps for farming 57,000 FARMERS GOT GRANT l Grant to 57,657 farm- ers for setting up plants in the last four years l The state government made a grant of Rs 982 crore 95 lakh l Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot had announced in the last agriculture budget regarding this l Target is to set up so- lar pumps for one lakh farmers in 2 years. A provision of Rs 500 crore has been made for this in the budget Rajendra Chhabra Jaipur: The PHED has to come on backfoot in the issue pertaining tendersworthRs10,000 crore.Initsmajormeet- ing held last Friday , it was decided to cancel the tenders. The de- partment had to take this decision on the di- rection of Finance de- partment, after the fi- nance department con- ducted examination of the entire tender pro- cess and found major lacunae and shortfalls in it. The officials re- ceived a huge shock when they found that some tenders were giv- en at forty percent over the rate which would result in a loss of Rs 2,000 crore to the gov- ernment. Notably, the Centre and State share project cost by 50 percent each in the Jal Jeevan Mis- sion (JJM). A total of 10 tenders were issued for work related to the Mission in thirteen districts. Among these, eight tenders have been approved at in- creased rates between 12-40 percent. The finance depart- ment straight away de- clined the PHED’s ar- gument of increase in GST rates and price escalation and on Jan- uary 2, 2023, the fi- nance department is- sued orders to PHED asking it to renegotiate in tenders with more than ten percent in- creased price or under- take the tendering pro- cess again. Further- more, the finance de- partmentalsoinstruct- ed to follow the depart- ment’s guidelines is- sued on December 16, 2022tokeeptheidentity of the parties involved in tender anonymous. The finance depart- ment also did away with the boundation to interested parties to take certificate from concerned engineer af- ter a visit to the project site. This was done so thatthepartiesfighting forthetenderdonotget a chance at pooling. The finance depart- ment has shown such strictness and directed thatsinceJJMistoend in March 2024, hence the work needs to be finished prior to this time. After such strict instructions of the fi- nance department, the PHED is left with no other choice but to can- cel the tenders and af- ter a difficult period of 20 days, the PHED had to go on backfoot. Interestingly, the Finance department is headed by Chief Minister Ashok Ge- hlot while the PHED is headed by minister Mahesh Joshi, who is known to be a confi- dante of Gehlot. K n o w l e d g e a b l e sources reveal that now it will take six months to undertake the tendering process and thus it is a major challengeforthePHED to get the work com- pleted on time. Finance dept’s whip gets PHED on backfoot! First India Bureau Ajmer: Congress lead- ers, including Chief MinisterAshokGehlot, will reach Ajmer with Sonia Gan- dhi's chadar to be pre- sented on January 27 in the 811th Urs of Sufi saint Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Hasan Chishti. The dis- trict administration has stepped up prepa- rations for the CM’s visit. Security agen- cies are on alert. According to infor- mation, Khadim Syed Abdul Gani Gurdeji will make Chief Minis- ter Gehlot perform Zi- yarat with Sonia Gan- dhi's chadar at the dar- gah for which the prep- arations are on. CM to reach with Sonia Gandhi’s chadar in Ajmer on January 27 First India Bureau Kota: Speaker Om Birla will inaugurate the Krishi Mahotsav at the Dussehra ground in Kota today. Ministers Kailash Chaudhary, Sanjeev Balyan, Lalchand Ka- taria, and Udai Lal An- jana will be present. Meanwhile, Birla will launch Reliance’s 5G in Kota. Birla will also attend in closing cere- mony of Krishi Ma- hotsav on Wednesday . Birla to inaugurate Krishi Mahotsav, launch Jio 5G
  10. 10. NEWS JAIPUR | TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 2023 09 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia Shubham Jain Ajmer: After a gap of two years, Pakistani pil- grims will reach the re- ligious city on January 25 morning to attend the 811th Urs of Khwaja Sa- heb at the Dargah of Kh- waja Garib Nawaz. The district police and secu- rity agencies are on alert regarding the ar- rival of pilgrims. On Monday ,aspecialsearch operation was conduct- ed at the railway station by CID along with GRP, and RPF. During the search operation, the bomb squad, dog squad, and metal detector were searched at every nook and corner of the rail- way station premises. Along with this, the se- curity arrangements were also reviewed at the bus stand and Kayad Vishram Sthal. Five from Haryana killed in road mishap at Sikar Accident occurred on Salasar-Fatehpur Highway when car collided with truck Ramesh Sharma Sikar: Five people from Haryana died in a road accident in Sikar dis- trict while returning af- ter offering prayer at Salasar temple near Su- jangarh, police said on Monday . The accident occurred late on Sunday night on Fatehpur-Sala- sar highway when their car collided with an on- coming truck, DSP Rajesh Vidhyarthi said. The five deceased, who belonged to Fate- habad in Haryana, were friends and had gone to offer prayers at the tem- ple which attracts Ha- numan devotees. The bodies were taken out from the mangled vehi- cle with the help of local residents. Later, bodies were shifted shifted to a mortuary , he added. The police informed that the deceased are identified as Ajay Ku- mar, Amit Singh, Sand- eep Singh, Pradeep Singh and Mohan Lal. Ritz car’s front part was damaged after the collision. Deceased were returning after offering prayer at Salasar temple when accident happened near Sujangarh. Mining department’s safety campaign begins Nirmal Tiwari Jaipur: The Mines safe- ty campaign has started in the state by the Mines Department from Mon- day. During the cam- paign, the zone, circle, section, and sub-divi- sion officers as well as vigilance officers of the department will inspect at least 15 mining leases and 30 quarry licence areas engaged in min- eral mining and produc- tion and ensure compli- ance with mining safety rules and provisions. Mines Minister Pramod Jain Bhaya said that other officers of the department will also have to visit at least five mining licensees and inspect them. He in- formed that the depart- ment is serious about ensuring 100% compli- ance of mine safety standards in mining premises and the health protection of mining personnel. ACS Dr. Subodh Agar- wal said that a month- long campaign to be run by the department from January 23 to February 22 has been started. Minister Pramod Jain Bhaya and ACS mines Dr Subodh Agarwal during the meeting with dept officials in Jaipur on Monday. 25 of interstate gang held for cheating public in online games 3 held after body found in their car’s boot space First India Bureau Churu: Sardarcity po- lice have arrested 25 people accused of cheat- ing the public through online gaming. These accused lived in a rent- ed house in the Riddhi- Siddhi Colony area, where the police raided and nabbed them. Among these ac- cused, 14 belong to Chhattisgarh, 8 are from Haryana, two are from Bihar and one is from Bikaner district. The police seized 52 mo- biles, 10 laptops, chequebooks of 44 dif- ferent banks, 12 bank passbooks, 18 ATMs, 3 accounting registers, a battery and an inverter, from their hideout. They first form a group and then incite people to put money into their accounts by cheating them with Fair Play games from laptops and mobiles. Dausa (PTI):Threepeo- ple were detained after a body was found in the boot of their car in Dausa district on Mon- day , police said. A car without a regis- tration number plate was intercepted and a body was found in its boot space. Rs 18.43 lakh in cash was also recov- ered from the accused, said Ajay Singh Meena, Station House Officer of Ramgarh Pachwara. He said the three accused — Mahendra (23), an- otherpersonalsonamed Mahendra (24), and Vi- jender (25) who were travellinginthecarhave been detained. He said during preliminary in- terrogation, 24-year-old Mahendra killed his cousin Vishal Chaud- hary who was a resident of Sikar, for money . Police seized 52 mobiles, 10 laptops, chequebooks of 44 different banks, 12 bank passbooks, and 18 ATMs from the 25 accused. Hanspal Yadav Baran: Congress Sangod MLA Bharat Singh has written a letter to Chief Min- ister Ashok Gehlot’ Principal Secretary Kuldeep Ranka expressing resentment against Baran Collector Narendra Gupta. Singh termed the collector as a puppet saying that Gupta is not eligible to hold the post of the Collector. He mentioned the denial of permission for holding demonstration in Baran. He said that he had sought per- mission for the demonstration and had asked the collector to take the opinion of the local minister as well. The collector verbally told him that he has spoken to the minister and there is no issue regard- ing the permission. Despite this, he de- nied permission and he was informed about it at 8 pm on Sunday . Security agencies conduct search at Ajmer railway station. CM approves setting up of ACB post at Bhiwadi First India Bureau Jaipur: An Anti-Cor- ruption Bureau (ACB) outpost will be estab- lished in Police District Bhiwadi. Chief Minis- ter Ashok Gehlot has approved the proposal to transfer 1 out of 2 ACB outposts operated in District Police Alwar to Bhiwadi. Presently 2 outposts of ACB are operational in Alwar district and not a single outpost is established in Bhiwa- di. Due to Bhiwadi be- ing a large industrial area, offices of many departments of the state and central gov- ernment are located here. At present only Alwar outpost is work- ing on the complaints of Bhiwadi. SC dismisses plea against UP CM Yogi Adityanath First India Bureau New Delhi: A petition against UP Chief Min- ister Yogi Adityanath has been dismissed by the honourable Su- preme Court in the case of remarks made on Lord Hanuman in Al- war, Rajasthan. The Apex court division bench headed by Jus- tice BR Gavai dismissed the petition to register the complaint. The petition was dis- missed terming it a publicity stunt. The pe- tition was filed by Naval Kishore. The petition was filed challenging the decision of the Al- lahabad High Court. In March last year, The district and sessions judge of Mau had is- sued a notice to Yogi Adityanath for alleg- edly terming Lord Ha- numan a Dalit in his speech at Alwar in 2018 for which a com- plaint was filed. ACCUSED IN KOTA RTU DENY TO GIVE VOICE SAMPLES Kota: The three accused lodged in the jail, in the case of demanding physical relation with the girl student in lieu of increasing marks, were produced in the court on Monday amidst tight security. The accused re- fused to give voice sam- ples to the court, while the team of the Forensic Science Laboratory was present in the court to take the voice sample. When the accused refused to give voice samples, they were taken back to jail. The next date of hearing in the case is on January 25. Earthquake felt in Bikaner; no loss, casualty reported First India Bureau Bikaner: Earthquake tremors were felt in the city on Monday. At around 1:42 pm, fright- ened by the sudden strong tremors people came out of their hous- es and buildings. At pre- sent, no casualty has been reported due to the tremors of the earth- quake. Moreover, there has been no update from the National Centre for Seismology (NCS) re- garding the earthquake tremors in Bikaner. I-T raid on liquor trader concludes, `1 cr recovered Pakistan pilgrims to attend Urs in Ajmer Rajeev Gaur Jodhpur: Income tax survey proceedings have been completed in the city at the liquor trader’s place. A team of about50officersandem- ployees completed the survey . During the sur- vey ,morethanRs1crore has been recovered and a large number of mo- biles and laptops have been seized. Apart from important documents, many property-related documents have been seized. According to the information received from the sources of the Income Tax Depart- ment, the undisclosed income of crores has been exposed. The in- vestigation went on for more than 48 hrs. The proceedings continued at six places. MLA Bharat Singh expresses resentment against dist collector Accused in police custody. The programme was to support Haath Se Haath Jodo campaign. AICC in charge Sukhjinder S Randhawa PCC Chief GS Dotasra also asked me to not hold the demonstration in party’s interest. —Bharat Singh, MLA Sangod
  11. 11. On the occasion of National Girl Child Day, we must promise ourselves to ensure the safety of our girl child and ensure all opportunities for them. —Dr Jagdeesh Chandra, CEO Editor-in-Chief, First India JAIPUR | TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 2023 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia 10 2NDFRONT POSTAL REG NO. JPC/004/2022-24 Shivendra Parmar Jaipur: The Rajasthan Housing Board will con- struct two roads (paral- lel to Madhyam Marg) connecting VT Road and Aravalli Road to manage the traffic com- ing from Madhyam Marg in City Park. RHB Commissioner Pawan Arora while re- viewing the City Park and Fountain Square Project at RHB Head- quarters on Monday, said that the City Park located at Mansarovar, has become a land mark of Jaipur. Thousands of people with their fami- lies visit the City Park every day. “To control the rush from Madhy- am Marg, a 40- feet an 80- feet wide road will be constructed. It is worth noting that Mad- hyammarg is 80 feet,” Arora said, adding that officers have been directed to issue ten- ders for both roads at the earliest. “Ticket sys- tem with minimum fee will also be introduced in Park soon to prevent noise ensure beautifi- cation. Apart from this, attractive facilities in- cluding children’s gym will also be set up.” Issues like adminis- trative financial ap- proval, tenders, electric maintenance were dis- cussed during the meet. RHB to construct two roads at City Park to manage traffic snarls TAKING STOCK OF PROJECTS lll It is the responsibility of every visitor at the Park not to harm or allow any sort of damage to premises or heritage, says Arora BJP RESOLVES TO OUST CONG FROM RAJ, BRING PARTY’s DOUBLE-ENGINE GOVT Aishwary Pradhan Jaipur: Union Minis- ter and BJP MP Kailash Choudhary on Monday, said the party has adopted a resolution to ensure a ‘double-en- gine’ government in Rajasthan after oust- ing the Congress from power. He said the BJP will work to resolve the problems of the com- mon people that have surfaced during its ‘Jan Aakrosh Yatra’. If need- ed, the party will agi- tate to get them re- solved, Choudhary said. “A resolution has been taken to stand with the people to solve their problems that were raised during the ‘Jan Aakrosh Yatra’ and also to uproot the Congress government from Ra- jasthan. Definitely, a ‘double-engine’ govern- ment will be formed,” he said at a press con- ference after a BJP of- fice bearers’ meeting here. The Minister claimed that top officials and MLAs seem to be in- volved in the paper leak cases as without their support, it would not have been possible for such gangs to play with the future of the youth. Rajasthan is on top in crime against women and the Congress gov- ernment has made it a state of riots, he added. The Union Minister of State for Agriculture said the Rajasthan gov- ernment has left the people at God’s mercy due to infighting within the ruling Congress party . Naresh Sharma Jaipur: An MoU sign- ing programme was or- ganised at the Chief Minister’s Residence in Jaipur on Monday for an investment of Rs 1.36 lakh crore in the state under Invest Rajasthan. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, in his address on this occasion, said that the best investment environment has been created in the region due to the policies of the State government, due to which investors are being attracted to- wards Rajasthan on a large scale. “Steps like MSME Act-2019, RIPS 2019 and 2022, One Stop Shop System have been taken to encourage in- vestment. Tourism has been given the status of an industry for invest- ment in the tourism sec- tor as well,” CM said. During the pro- gramme, MoUs of 26 projects related to in- dustry , energy and tour- ism were signed. Around 17,000 people will get employment from these projects which are going on in different districts of the State. “The State gov- ernment’s policies have eased the process of set- ting up region’s mango industry . The condition of law order, road in- frastructure, electricity etc. in State is quite good. Due to public wel- fare policies of State govt, there is no such situation as labor un- rest in the region,” said. The Chief Minister said that in the Invest Rajasthan Summit or- ganised in October last year, MoUs worth about Rs 11 lakh cr were signed, of which 49% of the MoUs are being im- plemented. Representa- tives of various compa- nies signed MoU with concerned officials in CM Gehlot’s presence. JP Nadda, Vasundhara Raje, Dr Satish Poonia, Om Mathur, Arun Singh, GC Kataria, Rajyavardhan Rathore, Chandrakanta Meghwal, Ashok Parnami release a poster on Bhairon S Shekhawat during BJP’s Executive Committee meeting held at the Entertainment Paradise in Jaipur on Monday. Vasundhara Raje Arun Singh during the inaugural session of BJP’s Executive Committee Meet held at the Entertainment Paradise in Jaipur on Monday. Also seen here are Dr Satish Poonia, Kailash Choudhary, Rajyavardhan Rathore and others. JP Nadda being welcomed by Kalicharan Saraf with a ‘Gada’ at the Moti Dungri Road upon former’s arrival in Jaipur on Monday. —PHOTOS BY SANTOSH SHARMA First India Bureau Jaipur: The son of BJP National Presi- dent JP Nadda, Har- ish, is getting mar- ried to Riddhi from Jaipur. Nadda, who reached Jaipur on Monday, will stay here for the next three days and at- tend his son’s wed- ding functions. On January 26, the Na- dda family will leave Jaipur along with the daughter- in-law, Riddhi. Har- ish will get married in a royal style at the Hotel Rajmahal Palace in Jaipur on January 25. Riddhi is the daughter of Ramakant Sharma, a renowned business- man associated with a Hotel Group in Jaipur,andthegrand- daughter of Uma Shankar Sharma. A variety of wedding rituals will be held on January 24 25. Nadda’s son to tie the knot in Jaipur on January 25 State govt’s policies to bring comprehensive investment in every sector, says CM Gehlot Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, Shakuntala Rawat, Bhanwar Singh Bhati, Usha Sharma, Veenu Gupta and Kuldeep Ranka during the BIP MoU signing ceremony at the CMR on Monday. Pawan Arora chairs a review meeting of the City Park and Fountain Square Project at RHB HQs on Monday.Also seen here are KC Meena, Sanjay Sharma,Anil Mathur, Sanjay Poonia, KK Dixit and others. z The programme of welcoming the wed- ding procession is scheduled at 7.45 pm on January 25. The wedding reception will be held from 8 pm onwards. z Thereafter, a pro- gramme for marriage celebration and dinner party till late night is scheduled. According to sources, a separate blessing ceremony for the newly- wed couple will be organised in Delhi. z Several politicians, businessmen and celebrities will visit Jaipur to attend the wedding. State Presi- dent Satish Poonia, In-charge Arun Singh, Chandrashekhar, Vasundhara Raje, Diya Kumari, Gulabchand Kataria, Rajendra Rathore, Union Ministers GS Shek- hawat, Bhupender Singh Yadav, Arjunram Meghwal, Kailash Choudhary and other leaders will attend the wedding. FROM P1… Raj is on top in crime against women and the Congress govt has made it a state of riots: Kailash Choudhary Administration has completely collapsed the govt has crossed the limits of appeasement: Devnani New Delhi (Agencies): PM Narendra Modi will be visiting Bhilwara district on January 28 for the 1,111th birth an- niversary celebrations of Lord Devnarayan, the deity of Gurjar com- munity . According to a BJP Rajasthan source, “PM Narendra Modi will be on Rajasthan tour on January 28, will visit Malaseri in Bhilwara district. The PM will at- tend a programme on the1,111thbirthanniver- sary of Lord Devnaray- an, the deity of Gurjar community . Malaseri is the birth place of Lord Devanarayan. And this is where the PM’s pro- gramme is proposed.” “PM Modi will stay from 11.30 a.m. to 1.30 a.m., i.e., for 2 hours. During this, he will visit Lord Devnarayan at Malaseri Dungri. He will also address the gathering of about 2,00,000 people to be or- ganised there,” the source added. The Assembly elec- tions will be held in Ra- jasthan this year. Politi- cal experts believe that the BJP is trying to woo the Gurjar voters in its favour to regain power. First India Bureau Jaipur: BJP National Gen Secy Raj in charge Arun Singh said that the Party President JP Nadda, who has got the extension, will only decide about the exten- sion of the State Presi- dent Satish Poonia. He also reiterated that BJP’s Parliamentary Board will decide on CM’s face. Singh said that after the success of Jan Aakrosh Yatra, the Party will now ‘gherao’ District Collectorates against the policies of the State government. He, while exuding the confidence of party’s victory in upcoming as- sembly polls, he said that Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas is party’s mantra. Targeting Congress, he said Cong leaders are fighting among them- selves. “It looks like ‘Badlapur’ trailer in the State. The dry tree of Congress is about to fall,” Arun Singh said. MINIMAL ENTRY FEE @ CITY PARK SOON First India Bureau Sawai Madhopur : Congress General Sec- retary Priyanka Gan- dhi Vadra reached Sawai Madhopur by road on Monday with a convoyof 12carsamidst tight security arrange- ments. She is likely to stay in Ranthambore for two to three days. Recently, she visited here in December dur- ing Rahul Gandhi’s BJY. Priyanka is ac- companied by her chil- dren and close friends and is putting up at Sher Bagh. They have planned a Safari at the Ranthambore National Park. She was wel- comed by the hotel staff in Rajasthani style. SPG has been deployed around the hotel. First India Bureau Jaipur: RSS chief Mo- han Bhagwat will visit Jaipur on Jan 25. He will be on a five-day tour be- ginning January 25 to 29. On Republic Day, he will unfurl the Tricol- ouratJamdoliinJaipur. The Sangh chief dur- ing his visit to Jaipur, will meet the families of workers. This will be the first time that he will meet the families of 800 workers on Jan 26. In the meeting, Bhagwat will tell them about the core values of Hindutva like keeping the family together, spending time with them, eating with fam- ily Kutumb Prabod- han. They will also be told about the need the importance of RSS. BJP will... The party president gave the mantra of vic- tory to the State Work- ing Committee mem- bers and they should speak less and listen more to the public. He advised all the leaders to work keeping the party at the center. Targeting the Con- gress, he said that the party has finished due to dynasty politics. He also cited the example of some other regional parties. Nadda asked leaders workers to go from door to door to connect with people. He said when he be- came the national presi- dent, people sometimes used to mispronounce his name. Nadda said this to tell how a worker was made the president in cadre based party . All the senior leaders were given a place to sit on stage during the meet. PM Modi to visit Bhilwara on Jan 28 The dry tree of Cong is about to fall, says Singh LORD DEVNARAYAN BIRTH ANNIV Priyanka Gandhi in Ranthambore with family MoU SIGNING PROGRAMME AT CMR RSS chief to meet 800 workers on January 26 City Park will soon charge entry fee. However, the amount hasn’t yet been decided. It is believed that the fee will start from 1st week of February. RHB won’t charge fee from morning evening walkers. RHB Com- missioner Pawan Arora said that a minimal entry fee will be levied on visitors to beau- tify park stop nuisance at the place. Sculptures installed at the Park have not only been damaged, but also been stolen. 50 guards have been deployed there. Ticket system with minimum fee will also be introduced in the City Park soon to prevent unwanted noise ensure beautification of the Park. Apart from this, attractive facilities including a children’s gym will also be set up. —Pawan Arora, RHB Commissioner MoU signed for projects worth `1.36 lakh cr in industry, renewable energy and tourism sector Around 17,000 jobs will be created in Raj PM Narendra Modi JP Nadda, Mallika Nadda, Girish, Prachi and Harish Nadda. THE WEDDING SCHEDULE
  12. 12. JAIPUR | TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 2023 aipur Litera- ture Festival 2023 includes opportunities to meet your fa- vourite authors and brush up on your writing skills (aid- ed by enthusiastic profes- sional authors). In order to foster a true love of reading, most of the festi- vals offer extensive pro- grams of story-telling and other fun activities for children and young adults. With the rise in the digital age, it has been tough to maintain the love for tradi- tional publish- ing. The biggest testimony to the revival of books is the large swathe of literary festivals mushrooming up in every part of the world. The 16th edition of Jaipur Literature Festival at- tracted huge numbers of people from all back- grounds together- readers, writers, playwrights, and publish- ers who come to spend a week or week- end exchanging ideas with like-minded people on Day 5 on Monday at Ho- tel Clarks Amer, Jaipur. Jaipur Literature Festi- val brings people of all backgrounds together. Ba- sically, everyone loves what reading repre- sents: the stirring of ideas, the sparks of recognition, and the realization that we are all connected. Congregation Savants JAIPUR LITERATURE FESTIVAL 2023 ALLOWED FINDING ALL ABOUT THE LATEST TRENDS IN PROSE, FICTION, POETRY AND CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENT LITERATURE- ALL UNDER ONE ROOF, EVEN ON ITS CONCLUDING DAY, ON MONDAY! Congregation Congregation MITALI DUSAD mitalidusad01@gmail.com J testimony to the www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/ thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia 11 SWEET SMILES: Manika Kaul, Nikita Goyal, Aditi Shukla, Rishika Jain and Apurva Singh Gaur Gopal Das during the session ‘FIRST EDITION: ENERGIZE YOUR MIND’ CAPTURE THE MOMENT: Sakshi and Hetal —PHOTOS BY MUKESH KIRADOO SUNIL SHARMA ELEGANT, DASHING AND DARING: Clockwise: Neha, Riddhi, Siddhi and Nandini Kadam STAY SHADY: Lovely International guest posing for the camera

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