On Republic Day Attendance Order, J&K Governor’s Dig At Political Parties


Satya Pal Malik said there was nothing wrong in the government order. (File)

Jammu: 

Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik on Tuesday accused political parties of politicising an order mandating government employees to attend the Republic Day celebrations and said he stood by the order which was being issued since 2009.

Mr Malik said there was nothing wrong in the order.

“I stand by this. This is not a new order. It has been issued since 2009. This was there before me. Every year the same order is issued, not even with a change of comma or full stop,” he said.

“I have the orders from 2009 to 2018 with me”, he said.

As per the order issued by the state administration on January 15, employees were warned that failure to attend the function will be construed as dereliction of duty and disobedience.

“It is the duty of every government servant to attend the (Republic Day) function which commemorates an important turning point in the history of our nation,” stated the order issued by Deputy Secretary Chander Prakash.

“All the officers and officials of the state government stationed at Jammu and Srinagar are, therefore, enjoined upon to attend the functions as part of their official duty,” it said.

The governor said the order went to all employees of the state government.

“There is nothing wrong in it. They have duty (on that day) and they should be present there. That is why it is being sent to them. There nothing like imposing nationalism on them.”

“From where does nationalism come into this? They have to perform their routine jobs”, he said.

Lashing out at political parties for politicising the issue, Mr Malik said they had become defunct and were losing their base which was why they were resorting to communalism.

“Please do not do such things. It is not good,” he added.

The governor alleged political parties were politicising the issue and dividing the society by communalising it to gain votes.

“This type of politics has destroyed Kashmir”, he added.

PDP leader Waheed Para said nationalism could never be dictated.

“There should be ”will” for such events, not forced diktats. This clears how things happen and are happening in the ”integral” part. Patriotism can”t be enforced it should be inherent,” Para tweeted.

Independent MLA Engineer Rasheed termed it an “unconstitutional” order.

BJP leader Ram Madhav supported the governor, saying the order should be accepted as a matter of pride.

“It is a matter of pride for every Indian. We all have to participate in the Republic day parade,” he said in response to a question on political parties reportedly criticising the order.





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CBI DSP AK Bassi moves Supreme Court against his transfer order to Port Blair 


नई दिल्ली:

सीबीआई (CBI) के DSP अजय कुमार बस्सी (AK Bassi) ने अपने पोर्ट ब्लेयर ट्रांसफर को सुप्रीम कोर्ट (Supreme Court) में चुनौती दी है. एके बस्सी का दावा है कि उनका तबादला दुर्भावना से प्रेरित है और इससे जांच ब्यूरो के पूर्व विशेष निदेशक राकेश अस्थाना के खिलाफ दर्ज प्राथमिकी की जांच प्रभावित होगी. जांच एजेंसी के पूर्व विशेष निदेशक राकेश अस्थाना के खिलाफ भ्रष्टाचार के आरोप में दर्ज प्राथमिकी की जांच करने वाले एके बस्सी ने आरोप लगाया गया है कि वह जांच एजेंसी के अंतरिम निदेशक एम नागेश्वर राव के शोषण का शिकार हैं. बस्सी ने याचिका में दावा किया है कि जांच एजेंसी के भीतर कुछ तत्वों का प्रतिनिधित्व कर रहे नागेश्वर राव नहीं चाहते कि राकेश अस्थाना की प्राथमिकी के मामले में याचिकाकर्ता स्वतंत्र और निष्पक्ष तरीके से जांच करे.

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जांच एजेंसी के इस अधिकारी ने याचिका में कहा है कि नागेश्वर राव ने ही 24 अक्टूबर, 2018 को भी उनका तबादला पोर्ट ब्लेयर किया था और एक बार फिर वह आलोक वर्मा प्रकरण में शीर्ष अदालत के फैसले की अनदेखी करते हुये उन्हें अंडमान निकोबार भेज रहे हैं. बस्सी ने अपनी याचिका में जांच ब्यूरो के अंतरिम निदेशक के 11 जनवरी के तबादला आदेश को चुनौती देते हुए कहा है कि इससे जांच एजेंसी के पूर्व निदेशक आलोक कुमार वर्मा के मामले में न्यायालय के निर्देशों का उल्लंघन होता है.

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शीर्ष अदालत के 8 जनवरी के फैसले के बाद हालांकि आलोक वर्मा को जांच एजेंसी के निदेशक पद पर बहाल कर दिया गया था, लेकिन दो दिन बाद ही उन्हें उच्चस्तरीय समिति ने भ्रष्टाचार और जिम्मेदारियों के निर्वहन में लापरवाही की वजह से पद से हटा दिया था. शीर्ष अदालत ने अपने फैसले में बस्सी सहित उन सभी अधिकारियों, जिनका वर्मा को अवकाश पर भेजने के केंद्र सरकार के फैसले के बाद अलग-अलग स्थानों पर तबादला किया गया था, से कहा था कि वे अपने तबादलों के मामले में उचित मंच से संपर्क करें. इस अधिकारी के अनुसार वर्मा की बहाली के बाद 9 जनवरी को उन्होंने जांच एजेंसी के निदेशक को एक प्रतिवेदन दिया था जिस पर उनका वापस दिल्ली तबादला कर दिया गया था.

यह भी पढ़ें: CBI के अंतरिम निदेशक के रूप में नागेश्वर राव की नियुक्ति के खिलाफ याचिका पर सुनवाई से CJI ने खुद को अलग किया

बस्सी ने अपनी याचिका में कहा है कि यह आदेश ऐसे अधिकारी ने दिया है जो ऐसे आदेश देने के लिए सक्षम नहीं है. याचिका में कहा गया है कि इस आदेश का मकसद उनका शोषण करना है और यह राकेश अस्थाना के खिलाफ 15 अक्टूबर, 2018 को दर्ज प्राथमिकी की जांच को अनुचित तरीके से प्रभावित करने वाला है. बस्सी ने याचिका में यह भी कहा है कि वह अस्थाना से संबंधित प्राथमिकी की जांच करने वाले जांच दल या किसी अन्य मामले की जांच कर रहे ब्यूरो के दल का हिस्सा बनने का दावा नहीं कर रहे हैं.

VIDEO:  राकेश अस्थाना के खिलाफ सबूत का दावा

(इनपुट: भाषा) 



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Bengal BJP Submits Fresh Proposal For Rath Yatra After Supreme Court Order


The letter said that the ‘yatras’ will not sponsor or subscribe to any communal message. (File)

Kolkata: 

The West Bengal BJP on Thursday submitted a modified proposal to the state government requesting permission for the Rath Yatra as directed by the Supreme Court and promised that the programme will be a “peaceful political endeavour”, a senior state BJP leader said.

The Supreme Court had on January 15 barred the BJP from holding its proposed Rath Yatra, observing that the state government’s apprehensions of violence during the programmes were not “unfounded” and asked the BJP to submit a modified proposal to the state government by addressing all apprehensions about law and order.

“As directed by the Supreme Court, we have submitted a fresh proposal to the Bengal government, requesting permission to start four ‘yatras’ between January 20-22 and assured the court that the ‘yatras’ will be political endeavours of connecting people in a peaceful manner,” the BJP letter sent to the state secretariat Nabanna said.

The letter said that the ‘yatras’ will not sponsor or subscribe to any communal message or insinuation or hurt the sensitivity of people from different caste, creed and religion.

It also said the programme, if permitted by the state government, would work towards strengthening the democratic and secular practices of the country and adhere to all sorts of laws and regulations bestowed by the state administration.

“We have made the proposal as per the top court’s verdict. It is now up to the state government to let democracy thrive,” state BJP leader Jay Prakash Majumdar told IANS.

The four ‘yatras’ were originally scheduled to be flagged off party president Amit Shah in a span of three days.

Majumdar said the party leadership is considering bringing Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on the opening day of the ‘yatra’ if Shah is unable to attend due to illness.

“If Amit Shah ji is not able to come on January 20, we will bring Yogi Adityanath instead. Shah will come for the next two days,” he added.





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NGT Slams Volkswagen For Not Depositing Rs. 100 Crore As Per Its 2018 Order


National Green Tribunal had directed Volkswagen to deposit an interim amount of Rs 100 crore with the CPCB in a case related to allegations for using ‘cheat device’ in emission tests of its diesel vehicles.




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Volkswagen was asked to deposit an interim amount of Rs 100 crore with the CPCB in November 2018

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) Thursday slammed German auto major Volkswagen for not depositing Rs 100 crore in accordance with its November 16, 2018 order and directed it to submit the amount within 24 hours.

Also Read: Volkswagen India To Challenge NGT Recommended Fine On Emission Scandal


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A bench headed by NGT chairperson Adarsh Kumar Goel took strong exception to the non-compliance of its order by the automobile giant and asked it to give an undertaking that it will submit the amount by 5 PM Friday.

“Why have you not complied with our order when there is no stay. We will not give you any further time,” the bench, also comprising Justice S P Wangdi, said while asking Volkswagen to submit an affidavit of compliance after deposit.

The tribunal deferred the matter for hearing after it was informed that the Supreme Court is also seized of the issue.

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On November 16 last year, the tribunal had said that the use of ”cheat device” by Volkswagen in diesel cars in India leads to inference of environmental damage and had asked the German auto major to deposit an interim amount of Rs 100 crore with the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB).

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Supreme Court To Examine Government’s Controversial ‘Snooping’ Order


“Snooping powers”: Government has allowed probe agencies to monitor and intercept data

New Delhi: 

The government’s move to give investigating agencies sweeping powers to intercept and monitor data on computers will be examined by the Supreme Court. Allowing a batch of petitions against the Home Ministry’s order that privacy activists claim is the same as “snooping”, the Supreme Court today gave six weeks to the government to file its reply.

The petitions by lawyer Shreya Singhal, her co-petitioner and Trinamool Congress lawmaker Mahua Moitra, Supreme Court lawyer ML Sharma and others alleged that the government’s order is against the fundamental right to privacy and must be cancelled in the interest of justice, which the court will examine now.

“The order by the Home Ministry violates privacy and we so wanted a stay on it. The court has issued notice to the Home Ministry… After six weeks the Supreme Court will look into our prayer on staying the notification,” Ms Singhal told NDTV outside the top court in New Delhi. Shreya Singhal, then 24, was still studying law when she became the first person to challenge the now-scrapped Section 66(A) of the Information Technology Act in the Supreme Court.

Ten central agencies have been equipped with powers of “interception, monitoring and decryption of any information generated, transmitted, received or stored in any computer,” in the order signed by Home Secretary Rajiv Gauba in December last year.

Earlier, only the home ministry could scan calls and emails of people. The new order gave that power to the Intelligence Bureau, Narcotics Control Bureau, Enforcement Directorate, Central Board of Direct Taxes, Directorate of Revenue Intelligence, CBI, National Investigation Agency, Cabinet Secretariat (Research and Analysis Wing), Directorate of Signal Intelligence (in Jammu and Kashmir, North-East and Assam only) and the Delhi Police Commissioner.

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The home ministry has authorised the agencies to intercept information under 69 (1) of the Information Technology Act, 2000

“For the first time, powers of scanning data at rest have been given to various agencies. Earlier, only data in motion could be intercepted. But now data revived, stored and generated can also be intercepted as powers of seizure have been given,” a senior bureaucrat had explained to NDTV.

This means not just calls or emails, but any data found on a computer can be intercepted. The agencies will also have powers to seize the devices.

According to the notification, the subscriber or service provider or any person in charge of the computer resource is bound to extend all facilities and technical help to the agencies if they ask for data. If not, they can face seven years in jail and a fine.

The home ministry has authorised the agencies to intercept information under 69 (1) of the Information Technology Act, 2000 which says the central government can direct any agency after it is satisfied that it is necessary or expedient to do so in the “interest of the sovereignty or integrity of India, defence of India, security of the state, friendly relations with foreign states or public order or for preventing incitement to the commission of any cognisable offence relating to above or for investigation of any offence”.

Earlier, the government had authorised agencies to tap phone calls but after permission from the Home Secretary. The order was last updated in 2011 and enables agencies to get into social media accounts and telephone intercepts.





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Law and order ADJ Alok Raj reached Gaya for Girl murder Case


गयाः बिहार के गया जिले में किशोरी की हत्या का मामला सुलझ नहीं रहा है. यहां पुलिस और पटवा समाज के अपने अपने दावों के बीच हत्या की मिस्ट्री उलझ चुकी है. वहीं, पूरे मामले की जांच करने लॉ एंड ऑर्डर एडीजे आलोक राज रविवार को गया पहुंचे. साथ ही पटवा समाज के अध्यक्ष प्रेम नारायण ने एडीजे आलोक राज से मुलाकात की और अपने बिंदुओं को रखा.

लॉ एंड ऑर्डर एडीजे आलोक राज ने बताया कि मामले की पूरी जांच वैज्ञानिक अनुसंधान की जा रही है. इसके लिए एफएसएल टीम और सीआईडी टीम को बुलाया जा रहा है. उन्होंने कहा कि बहुत की दुःखद घटना है, लेकिन ये आश्वस्त करना चाहता हूं कि घटना की सभी बिंदुओं पर जांच की जाएगी. 

उन्होंने कहा कि अनुसंधान में सभी बिंदुओं को देखा जाएगा और वैज्ञानिक तरीके से पूरे मामले की जांच की जाएगी, जो जिला पुलिस को सहयोग करेगी. गया पुलिस की शुरुआती जांच में यह खुलासा किया गया था कि मामला ऑनर किलिंग का है. जिसपर आलोक राज ने कहा कि अभी अनुसंधान के दशा और दिशा पर कोई कमेंट नही करूंगा.

अभी अनुसंधान प्रारंभिक स्तर में है पूरा अनुसंधान होने के बाद ही यह साफ हो पाएगा की हत्या किसने की और किस परिस्थिति में की गई. कांड का अनुसंधान पूरी तरह वैज्ञानिक तरीके से की जाएगी. पूरा निष्पक्ष अनुसंधान होगा. मृतक के पिता को जेल भेजे जाने पर कहा कि जो अब तक साक्ष्य मिले हैं और न्यायालय में भी बयान दर्ज हुई है. उसके आधार पर कारवाई हुई चुकी अनुसंधान अभी ओपन है जो भी सामने आएगा कारवाई की जाएगी. 

उन्होंने कहा कि ऑनर किलिंग है या नहीं इस अभी अनुसंधान खत्म नहीं हुई है. मैं अभी इस पर कोई टिप्पणी नही करूंगा.

ज्ञात हो पटवाटोली से 28 दिसम्बर को नाबिग लड़की कुछ सामान खरीदने घर से बाहर निकली थी उसके बाद 6 जनवरी को उसकी सर कटी लाश बरामद किया गया था. वहीं, पुलिस ने इस मामले में पिता और उनके दोस्तों को हिरासत में लेकर पूछताछ कर रही थी. लेकिन इस दौरान नया मोड़ तब आया जब मृतका की बहन ने पुलिस पर आरोप लगाया की पुलिस दवाब में डालकर उनसे बयान ले रही है.





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The Accidental Prime Minister FIR Order on Anupam Kher


मुजफ्फरपुर (बिहार):

विवाद के लिए बनी फिल्म ‘द एक्सीडेंटल प्राइम मिनिस्टर’ ट्रेलर रिलीज होने के बाद धीरे-धीरे अपने मकसद की ओर बढ़ने लगी है. विवाद शुरू है और इस विवाद में अब इसमें कानूनी कार्रवाई का तड़का भी लग गया है. यहां की एक अदालत ने मंगलवार को पूर्व प्रधानमंत्री डॉ. मनमोहन सिंह की भूमिका निभानेवाले अभिनेता अनुपम खेर समेत 14 कलाकारों के खिलाफ प्राथमिकी दर्ज करने का आदेश स्थानीय थाने को दिया. मुजफ्फरपुर व्यवहार न्यायालय के अनुमंडल न्यायिक दंडाधिकारी (एसडीजेएम) (पश्चिम) न्यायाधीश सब्बा आलम की अदालत ने अधिवक्ता सुधीर ओझा के एक परिवादपत्र की सुनवाई करते हुए फिल्म के अभिनेता अनुपम खेर सहित कुल 14 कलाकारों के खिलाफ प्राथमिकी दर्ज कर मामले की जांच का आदेश मुजफ्फरपुर के कांटी थाना प्रभारी को दिया है. 

The Accidental Prime Minister: अनुपम खेर से मनमोहन सिंह बनने में लगते थे 2 घंटे, Video देखकर खुली रह जाएंगी आंखें

अधिवक्ता सुधीर ओझा ने बताया कि अदालत ने थाना प्रभारी को भादवि की धारा 295, 293, 153, 153 (ए), 504, 506, 120 (बी) तथा 34 के तहत सभी कलाकारों पर प्राथमिकी दर्ज करने का आदेश दिया है. ओझा ने 2 जनवरी को अदालत में एक परिवादपत्र दायर कर फिल्म में पूर्व प्रधानमंत्री मनमोहन सिंह की छवि खराब करने और देश की छवि से खिलवाड़ करने का भी आरोप लगाया है. परिवादपत्र में फिल्म की रिलीज पर रोक लगाने की मांग करते हुए कहा गया है कि पूर्व प्रधानमंत्री डॉ. सिंह समेत देश के कई नेताओं की छवि को बिगाड़ने की नीयत से ही यह फिल्म बनाई गई है. फिल्म में देश की सुरक्षा व्यवस्था के साथ भी खिलवाड़ किया गया है. 

The Accidental Prime Minister: मनमोहन सिंह बने अनुपम खेर ने खोला राज, शूटिंग के पहले दिन हुआ कुछ ऐसा- Video

ट्रेलर रिलीज होते ही इस फिल्म पर विवाद जोर पकड़ने लगा है. इसमें भाजपा सांसद किरण खेर के प्रसिद्ध अभिनेता पति अनुपम खेर और भाजपा सांसद रहे चर्चित अभिनेता (दिवंगत) विनोद खन्ना के बेटे अक्षय खन्ना ने प्रमुख भूमिका निभाई है. इस फिल्म का मुख्य उद्देश्य देश को यह बताना है कि वर्ष 2004 में अटल बिहारी वाजपेयी की सरकार जाने के बाद कांग्रेस सत्ता में आई थी और तत्कालीन कांग्रेस अध्यक्ष सोनिया गांधी ने अपने बेटे राहुल गांधी को प्रधानमंत्री बनाने की तैयारी कर ली थी. उन दिनों जनता पार्टी के अध्यक्ष और पार्टी के इकलौते सांसद सुब्रमण्यम स्वामी ने तत्कालीन राष्ट्रपति एपीजे अब्दुल कलाम से अनुरोध कर ऐसा नहीं होने दिया. कांग्रेस को मजबूरी में अर्थशास्त्री डॉ. मनमोहन सिंह को प्रधानमंत्री बनाना पड़ा था.

अनुपम खेर ने कभी क्यों ठुकरा दी थी ‘द एक्सीडेंटल प्राइम मिनिस्टर’, बीजेपी को फिल्म से लाभ देने पर क्या बोले ?

संजय बारू की लिखी किताब पर बनी इस फिल्म की कहानी दर्शकों के गले उतरती है या नहीं, यह तो इसके रिलीज होने पर ही पता चलेगा. कांग्रेस का आरोप है कि भाजपा ने लोकसभा चुनाव में फायदा लेने के लिए यह फिल्म बनवाई है और जब चुनाव में सिर्फ पांच महीने रह गए हैं, तब इसे रिलीज किया जा रहा है. 

VIDEO: अनुपम खेर ने कहा- जिस दिन करना होगा, डंके की चोट पर पार्टी ज्वॉइन करूंगा



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Supreme Court Took Balanced View, Says Arun Jaitley After CBI Order Setback On Alok Verma


CBI vs CBI: Arun Jaitley said Supreme Court’s order on Alok Verma preserved CBI’s integrity

New Delhi: 

After the Supreme Court today scrapped a controversial government order and reinstated CBI chief Alok Verma, senior minister Arun Jaitley said the court had “reinterpreted” the government’s stance.

Mr Jaitley said the government’s action to send Alok Verma and his deputy Rakesh Asthana on compulsory leave in October was “bonafide” and based on the recommendation of the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC).

“This action taken was perfectly bonafide as there were cross-allegations made by both the officers, and in accordance with recommendations of the CVC. The government felt that in the larger interest of fair and impartial investigation and credibility of CBI, the two officers must recuse themselves,” Mr Jaitley told reporters outside parliament.

“The court apparently has strengthened the immunity given to the CBI director in the larger interest of the fair and impartial working of the CBI. At the same time, the court has devised an accountability mechanism. The directions of the court will obviously be complied with,” he said.

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CBI vs CBI: Alok Verma had challenged the government’s October 23 order sending him on forced leave.

The top court reinstated Mr Verma but said he cannot take any major policy decisions for now. The three judges have said that any further decision on Mr Verma, who retires on January 31, will be taken by a high-powered selection committee comprising the Prime Minister, the Leader of Opposition and the Chief Justice of India, which must give its decision within a week.

Mr Verma had challenged the government’s October 23 order sending him on forced leave and appointing an interim chief, arguing that the CBI chief has a fixed two-year term and can be removed only by the high-powered committee.

Opposition parties say the court ruling is an indictment of the government.

“We welcome the Supreme Court’s verdict lambasting the government against their illegal removal of Alok Verma as CBI Director,” said the Congress, which alleges that Mr Verma was removed because he intended to launch a probe into the Rafale jet deal.

Arvind Kejriwal tweeted: “SC reinstating CBI director Alok Verma is a direct indictment of the PM. Modi govt has ruined all institutions and democracy in our country. Wasn’t CBI director illegally removed at midnight to stall the probe in Rafale scam which directly leads to PM himself?”

Mr Verma and Rakesh Asthana, the CBI’s top two officers, were both sent on leave in October in the middle of a bitter feud between them. Around 2 am on October 24, Nageswar Rao took charge and signed off on the transfer of half-a-dozen officers on Mr Verma’s team.





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Patna High Court gives order to Tejaswi Yadav to vacate Bungalow – पटना हाई कोर्ट की डिविज़न बेंच का आदेश


पटना:

आरजेडी नेता तेजस्वी यादव  को हाइकोर्ट से झटका लगा है.  पटना हाई कोर्ट की डिविज़न बेंच ने तेजस्वी यादव को बंगला ख़ाली करने का आदेश दिया है. आपको बता दें कि उप मुख्यमंत्री बनने के बाद तेजस्वी यादव को यह बंगला आबंटित किया गया था. इस मकान के रखरखाव और इसकी साज-सज्जा पर तेजस्वी ने काफी बड़ी रकम खर्च की थी. उन्हें शायद सरकार और खासकर यह मकान हाथ से जाने का अंदाजा नहीं था. लेकिन बीजेपी के साथ सरकार बनाने के बाद नीतीश सरकार ने इस बंगले को खाली करने का आदेश दे दिया और पटना के 5 देशरत्न मार्ग पर स्थित इस बंगले को प्रशासन की टीम खाली कराने भी पहुंच गई. लेकिन विरोध के बाद ख़ाली हाथ वापस लौट गई. बंगला ख़ाली कराने के ख़िलाफ़ आरजेडी नेता बंगले के बाहर धरने पर बैठ गए, जिके बाद सरकारी अमले को लौटना पड़ा. बंगले के गेट पर ताला लटका हुआ और एक नोटिस लगा है. जिस पर लिखा है, मामला कोर्ट में है, इसलिए बंगला ख़ाली करने का दबाव न डालें.

तेजस्वी यादव ने छुए बड़े भाई के पैर, तेज प्रताप बोले- अब सारे दुश्मन हो जाएंगे धराशायी

उसी समय मामला कोर्ट में पहुंच गया. इसके साथ ही तेजस्वी ने नीतीश कुमार को पत्र भी लिखा डाले. जिसमें सवाल उठाया था कि संविधान में उपमुख्यमंत्री के लिए कोई पद नहीं है, तब उस नाम से किसी बंगले को कैसे सुरक्षित किया जा सकता है. मंत्री हज़ारी का कहना है कि जब बंगले को सबसे वरिष्ठ मंत्री मतलब कैबिनेट में नंबर 2 के नाम से अब चिह्नित कर दिया गया है, इसलिए तेजस्वी यादव के आग्रह को माना नहीं जा सकता. तेजस्वी ने कई यह भी कहा कि आख़िर उन्हें बंगले से बेदख़ल करने की जल्दबाज़ी क्यों दिखायी जा रही है?

तेजस्वी यादव ने दिल्ली मे युवाओं को जोड़ने के लिए की पहल,9 जनवरी को राष्ट्रपति भवन तक मार्च की योजना

फिलहाल अब हाइकोर्ट का फैसला आने के बाद अब बिहार के पूर्व उप मुख्यमंत्री को बंगला खाली करना पड़ सकता है. 

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