VHP Rally LIVE Updates: vhp virat dharm sabha on on Ram Mandir at ramlila ground


VHP Rally LIVE Updates: राम मंदिर के लिए विहिप की विराट धर्मसभा, रामलीला मैदान में साधू-संतों का जमावड़ा

VHP Rally in Ramlila Maidan LIVE Updates: विराट धर्मसभा

अयोध्या के बाद अब दिल्ली में भी विश्व हिन्दू परिषद (विहिप) की ओर से आयोजित धर्मसभा में देश भर के साधू संतों का जुटान हुआ है. दिल्ली के रामलीला मैदान में आयोजित विराट धर्मसभा की में बड़ी संख्या में साधू-संत जुटे हैं.  ऐसी संभावना है कि इस विराट धर्मसभा में करीब डेढ़ लाख लोग शामिल होने वाले हैं. यही वजह है कि ट्रैफिक को लेकर भी पुलिस ने एहतियात बरतना शुरू कर दिया है. आज यानी रविवार के दिन में 11 बजे प्रारम्भ होने वाली इस धर्म सभा को जूना अखाड़ा पीठाधीश्वर महा-मण्डलेश्वर स्वामी अवधेशानंद गिरी महाराज, श्रीजगन्नाथ पीठाधीश्वर जगद्गुरू रामानंदाचार्य स्वामी हंसदेवाचार्य, गीता मनीषी महा-मण्डलेश्वर स्वामी ज्ञानानंद , युग पुरुष परमानंद , वात्सल्य ग्राम संस्थापक दीदी मां साध्वी ऋतंभरा, राष्ट्रीय स्वयं सेवक संघ के सरकार्यवाह सुरेश (भैया जी) जोशी, विश्व हिन्दू परिषद् के अंतर्राष्ट्रीय अध्यक्ष न्यायमूर्ति (सेवानिवृत) विष्णु सदाशिव कोकजे व कार्याध्यक्ष एडवोकेट आलोक कुमार सहित अनेक पूज्य संत व गणमान्य लोग संबोधित करने वाले हैं. 

VHP Rally in Ramlila Maidan LIVE Updates:

एनसीआर से आने वाली बसों व अन्य वाहनों के लिए 16 जगह पार्किंग केंद्र बनाए गए हैं. हर पार्किंग स्थलों पर पीने के पानी, शौचालय और अनाउन्समेंट सिस्टम होंगे. उत्तर प्रदेश, हरियाणा व पंजाब से जुड़ने वाली राजधानी के सभी सीमाओं पर स्वागत द्वार बनाए जा रहे हैं. वहीं पर सभी राम भक्तों के लिए भोजन व पानी के पैकेट दिए जाएंगे. जगह-जगह मार्ग-दर्शिका लगाईं जाएंगी.

कार्यक्रम की भव्यता के दर्शन के साथ पूज्य संतों के प्रवचनों से वंचित न रहने पाएं. जगह-जगह भगवान श्री राम के बड़े-बड़े चित्र व कलश भी रखे गए हैं. जिनमें दिल्ली के राम भक्त अपने-अपने घरों से पूजित अपने साथ लाए संकल्प पुष्पों को अर्पित कर सकें. मेट्रो से आने वाले राम भक्तों के लिए नई दिल्ली मेट्रो स्टेशन सर्वाधिक नजदीक होने के कारण वहीं पर उतरने को कहा गया है.

​धर्मसभा की जानकारी देते हुए विहिप के क्षेत्र संगठन मंत्री करुणा प्रकाश ने बताया कि रामभक्तों की सुविधा के लिए सभा स्थल व आस-पास लगभग दो-तीन किलोमीटर तक दर्जन भर से अधिक बड़ी-बड़ी एलईडी स्क्रीन लगाई गई हैं. जिससे जो लोग किसी कारणवश रामलीला मैदान ना भी पहुंच सकें तो वे जहां तक भी पहुंच सकें. 

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Amritsar Train Accident dussehra 2018 tragedy Dalbir Singh who played Ravanas role in Ramlila among dead


नई दिल्ली: Amritsar Train Accident: अमृतसर में दशहरे के दिन बहुत बड़ा ट्रेन हादसा हुआ. इस दौरान रामलीला देखने आए कई लोगों को दो ट्रेनों ने अपनी चपेट में ले लिया. कोई अपने बच्चों के साथ इस मेले में पहुंचा था तो कोई अपने माता-पिता के साथ यहां रावण वध देखने आया था, लेकिन उन्हें नहीं पता था कि यह उनकी ज़िंदगी की आखिरी रामलीला होगी और रावण वध के साथ-साथ वह खुद भी अपनी जान गवां बैठेंगे. वहीं, इस हादसे की चपेट में सिर्फ दर्शक ही नहीं बल्कि खुद रावण का किरदार निभा रहे दलबीर सिंह भी आ गए. लोगों की जान बचाते-बचाते दलबीर सिंह खुद भी अपनी जान गवां बैठे. हादसे के कुछ मिनट पहले ही वो रामलीला खत्म कर अपने घर अपने 8 महीने के बेटे से मिलने निकल चुके थे. लेकिन पटरी तक पहुंचते ही उन्होंने ट्रेन के आने की आवाज़ सुनी और घर ना जाते हुए वहां मौजूद लोगों को हटाने लगे. लेकिन उन्हें नहीं मालूम था कि वो इस हादसे में अपने आपको भी नहीं बचा पाएंगे. 

Amritsar train accident: अमृतसर ट्रेन हादसे की वो 7 वजहें, जिसने खुशी के पल को मातम में बदल दिया​

 

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रावण का किरदार निभा रहे दलबीर सिंह अपने 8 महीने के बेटे के साथ

दलबीर की कहानी

24 साल के दलबीर सिंह इस साल अपने मोहल्ले की रामलीला में रावण का रोल निभा रहे थे. दशहरे के दिन जब हादसा हुआ उस वक्त वो रामलीला से निकल पटरी के पास से अपने घर जा रहे थे. तभी उन्होंने जालंधर से तेज़ रफ़्तार में आ रही ट्रेन को देख लिया वो दौड़ कर लोगों को हटने के लिए आवाज़ देते हुए पटरी के पास भागने लगे लेकिन वो ख़ुद ट्रेन की चपेट में आ गए. उनकी मां का कहना है कि उनके बेटे दलबीर ने बहुत बहादुरी वाला काम किया है.


बता दें दलबीर के पीछे उनकी विधवा मां, उनकी पत्नी और 8 महीने का बेटा ही बचे हैं. दलबीर के परिवार की मांग है कि दलबीर की पत्नी को सरकारी नौकरी मिले और हादसे के लिए ज़िम्मेदार लोगों को सज़ा दी जाए.

साढ़े चार साल और 2 रेल मंत्री, लेकिन नहीं सुधरा सिस्टम और विभाग, 10 बड़े हादसे​

 

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दलबीर सिंह की पत्नी अपने 8 महीने के बेटे के साथ

अमृतसर ट्रेन हादसा

पंजाब के अमृतसर (Amritsar Train Accident) में जोड़ा फाटक के पास दशहरे के दिन रावण दहन के दौरान दो ट्रेनों की चपेट में आने से 59 लोगों की मौत हो गई. वहीं, 50 से अधिक लोग घायल बताए जा रहे हैं, जिनमें कुछ की हालत बहुत गंभीर बनी हुई है. बता दें अमृतसर के जोड़ा फाटक के पास शुक्रवार की शाम चल रहे दशहरा (Dussehra 2018) के मौके पर रावण दहन देखने के लिए बड़ी संख्या में भीड़ उमड़ी थी. लोग रेल की पटरियों पर खड़े होकर रावण दहन देख रहे थे, तभी अचानक तेज रफ्तार में ट्रेन आई और सैकड़ों लोगों को कुचलती हुई चली गई. भीड़ के चलते लोग खुद को बचाने में नाकामयाब रहे और ट्रेन की चपेट में आ गए.

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Dalbir Singh who played role of Ravan in a Ramlila died in Amritsar Train Accident | अमृतसर हादसा: रावण का रोल निभाने वाले दलबीर सिंह की मौत, भाई बोला


नई दिल्ली: अमृतसर ट्रेन हादसे ने कई परिवारों की जिंदगियों को सिर्फ 10 सेकेंड में बदल दिया है. शुक्रवार शाम रावण दहन देखने के लिए रेल पटरियों पर खड़े लोग ट्रेन की चपेट में आने से 60 से ज्‍यादा लोगों की मौत हो गई, जबकि 72 अन्य घायल हो गए. इस हादसे में वहां के रामलीला में रावण का किरदार निभाने वाले दलबीर सिंह की भी मौत हो गई. दलबीर सिंह की मां का कहना है कि बेटे की मौत के बाद उसकी पत्नी को सरकारी नौकरी दी जाए.

न्यूज एजेंसी ANI से बात करते हुए दलबीर सिंह की मां ने बताया कि  रावण दहन के दौरान रावण का किरदार निभाने वाले दलबीर सिंह भी पटरी पर ही मौजूद थे और हादसे में उनकी भी मौत हो गई. अब दलबीर की मां का कहना है कि सरकार उनकी बहू को नौकरी दे क्योंकि दलबीर का एक 8 महीने का छोटा बच्चा है. दलबीर सिंह के भाई ने बताया कि मेरा भाई लोगों की मदद कर रहा था और 7-8 लोगों को खींच-खींचकर पटरी से हटाया. इसी दौरान दलबीर का पैर पटरी में फंस गया और वो ट्रेन की चपेट में आ गया. दलबीर का मां का कहना है कि हमारा पूरा परिवार सेवादार है. सरकार को जब वोट चाहिए होता है तो वो घर-घर दरवाजा खटखटाते हैं. हमारा जो नुकसान हुआ है उसकी भरपाई सरकार को ही करनी होगी. 

अमृतसर हादसा: आरोपों से घिरीं मंत्री नवजोत कौर बोलीं, ‘मैं घायलों की मदद कर रही थी’

हादसे के बाद जब जालंधर पहुंची ट्रेन
पंजाब राज्य के अमृतसर में दशहरे के दिन हुए एक बड़े हादसे ने दशहरे के दिन को मातम में बदल दिया. अमृतसर में रेलवे ट्रैक के पास रावण दहन हो रहा था कि तभी ट्रैक से ट्रेन गुजरी और पटरियों पर खड़े कई लोग उसकी चपेट में आ गए. दुर्घटना की वीडियो फुटेज सामने आई है जिसमें दिख रहा है कि जब ये हादसा हुआ तब कई लोग कार्यक्रम की मोबाइल से वीडियो बना रहे थे. इस हादसे के बाद हादसे के बाद जब ट्रेन जालंधर पहुंची तो उसकी हालात ऐसी थी जो किसी का भी दिल दहला देने के लिए काफी था. ट्रेन के इंजन में और गाड़ी के कई हिस्सों पर खून के निशान थे तो गाड़ी के पहियों पर लोगों के कपड़े चिपके मिले. 

अमृतसर हादसा: नवजोत कौर के बचाव में आए पूर्व रेल मंत्री पवन बंसल, बोले- ‘हादसे के लिए मंत्री की बीवी कैसे जिम्मेदार’

कैसे हुआ इतना बड़ा हादसा 
रावण दहन के बाद भीड़ में से कुछ लोग रेल पटरियों की ओर बढ़ने लगे, जहां पहले से ही बड़ी संख्या में लोग खड़े होकर रावण दहन देख रहे थे. उसी वक्त दो विपरीत दिशाओं से एक साथ दो ट्रेनें आईं और लोगों को बचने का बहुत कम समय मिला. इस घटना के बाद मौके पर चीख-पुकार मच गई, बदहवास लोग अपने करीबियों को तलाशने लगे. क्षत-विक्षत शव घंटों बाद भी घटनास्थल पर पड़े थे, क्योंकि नाराज लोग प्रशासन को शव हटाने नहीं दे रहे थे. कई शवों की पहचान भी नहीं हो सकी. 





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Delhi: MPs, Union Minister and MLA will be seen on the stage playing Ramlila characters


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Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s Dare After BJP President Amit Shah’s Barb: Come To Ramlila Maidan


Arvind Kejriwal challenged Mr Shah to a public debate at Ramlila Maidan. (File photo)

New Delhi: 

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday challenged BJP president Amit Shah to a public debate, following a heated exchange of words that ended up turning into a comparison between the Modi government at the centre and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) administration in New Delhi.

Addressing a BJP rally at Ramlila Maidan early in the day, Mr Shah had accused the AAP leader of stalling the development of New Delhi during his three-and-a-half-year rule. “Kejriwal’s only mantra is to tell lies, repeatedly and forcefully,” he said.

An upset Mr Kejriwal denied the claims on the social media.

“Amit Shahji, our government has done 10 times more than what Modiji has done in the last four years. Look at the anti-people and wrong deeds of Modiji, we have not indulged in a single act of this kind,” the Delhi Chief Minister said in the first of many tweets to be posted in the hours that followed.

He also questioned the extent of funds provided by the centre to the national capital in the 14th Finance Commission. “Merely Rs 325 crore? People of Poorvanchal reside in Delhi also. Why did your government not provide money for their development? Why this discrimination against Poorvanchalis living in Delhi?” he asked.

This was a reference to an accusation by Mr Shah that the Congress had cold-shouldered the eastern region of India — including parts of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Odisha and Jharkhand — during its rule.

Although the BJP chief claimed that the Modi government had released Rs 13.8 crore to Delhi over the last four years, Mr Kejriwal pointed at the “deteriorating” sanitation levels and law-and-order situation in the city. While sanitation in Delhi comes under BJP-controlled civic bodies, its police force is controlled by the central government.

“The people of Delhi had entrusted you with merely two duties — policing and sanitation — and you have worsened both. You have neither been able to keep Delhi clean nor perform policing functions properly,” the Chief Minister tweeted.

“On the other hand, we were given the responsibility of electricity, water, education and health by the people of Delhi, and our performance in these sectors is being lauded the world over,” he added.

Mr Kejriwal signed off with a dare. “I challenge you, come let’s have a public debate at Ramlila Maidan before the people of Delhi,” he tweeted.

(With inputs from PTI)





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Arvind Kejriwal Says Change PM’s Name Amid Talk Of Renaming Ramlila Maidan


Arvind Kejriwal said that renaming the Ramlila Maidan won’t get the BJP any votes.

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Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today joined Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s niece in her attack on the ruling BJP for using the former Prime Minister’s name after his death for political gains. Amid proposals to rename landmarks after Mr Vajpayee, including the reported move to rechristen the iconic Ramlila Maidan in Delhi, Mr Kejriwal expressed his disapproval with a tweet that said that “such an attempt won’t fetch the BJP votes, but changing the name of the Prime Minister might”.

“Changing name of Ramlila Maidan after Vajpayeeji will not fetch votes. BJP should change the name of the Prime Minister to get some votes because people are not voting on his name,” the Aam Aadmi Party chief tweeted.

Both the Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari and the mayor of the North Delhi Municipal Corporation Adesh Kumar Gupta have denied any such plan.

Mr Tiwari said there was no question of renaming the Ramlila Maidan and some people are just “trying to create a controversy” around it. “It’s a deliberate attempt to spread lies,” he said.

Ramlila Maidan, about the size of two football fields and just two kilometers from the BJP’s headquarters, has been the go-to place for protests and demonstrations. The address is also popular for the grand Ramlila it plays host to every year.

The centre and several state governments, which appear to be on a renaming spree, have decided to replace the existing titles of landmarks, schemes and dedicate projects to the much-respected BJP leader.

The list of proposals so far includes, Jawaharlal Nehru University’s (JNU) School of Management and Entrepreneurship, the Bundelkhand Expressway, – expected to be called as ‘Atal Path’– Chhattisgarh’s upcoming capital Naya Raipur which will be known as Atal Nagar. A ghat along the Sabarmati River in Gujarat and the AIIMS Rishikesh auditorium could also see a name change.

However, Karuna Shukla, Mr Vajpayee’s niece, doubts their intentions. She criticised the way “the BJP was carrying around Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s ashes around the country. “It is a show-off and they are doing it for votes. Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh and his cabinet never remembered him until now, especially when he had created the state.”

Ms Shukla, a former BJP MP from Janjgir-Champa in Chhattisgarh, quit the party ahead of 2013 assembly elections in the state, and joined the Congress in 2014.

“In the past 10 years, the BJP never thought of Atal ji and now, in view of assembly polls in four states, the party is trying to cash in on his death,” she alleged.

But the BJP was quick to dismiss her outburst and alleged that it was in fact Ms Shukla who was trying to politicise her uncle’s death.

“It is unfortunate… Some people have also pointed out why BJP is taking Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s ashes across the country. This is not the first time this has happened…it’s happened with several prime ministers — Nehru’s ashes and Indira Gandhi’s ashes also went to several states,” BJP spokesperson Nalin Kohli said.

It is not a political opportunity but a mark of respect, he added.





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Delhi BJP Chief Manoj Tiwari says Ramlila maidan name will not replace with atal bihari Vajpayee


नई दिल्ली: दिल्ली के ऐतिहासिक रामलीला मैदान के नाम को पूर्व प्रधानमंत्री अटल बिहारी वाजपेयी के नाम से बदले जाने को लेकर सियासी गलियों में चर्चा तेज हुई थी कि दिल्ली भाजपा के अध्यक्ष और सांसद मनोज तिवारी ने ऐसी खबरों का खंडन कर दिया. भारतीय जनता पार्टी के नेता मनोज तिवारी ने एक वीडियो जारी कर स्पष्ट कर दिया कि रामलीला मैदान का नाम नहीं बदला जाएगा. हालांकि, इससे पहले खबर आई कि एनडीएसी ने अटल बिहारी वाजपेयी के नाम से बदले जाने का प्रस्ताव दिया है. 

अरविंद केजरीवाल का BJP पर हमला, रामलीला मैदान का नाम बदलने से वोट नहीं मिलेगा, पीएम का नाम बदलें

मनोज तिवारी ने अपने आधिकारिक ट्विटर हैंडल से एक वीडियो जारी कर कहा- कुछ लोग जानबूझकर भ्रम फैलाने की कोशिश कर रहे हैं. मर्यादा पुरुषोत्तम भगवान राम हम सबके आराध्य हैं इसलिये रामलीला मैदान का नाम बदलने का कोई सवाल ही नहीं है. उन्होंने कहा कि कुछ लोग इस पर राजनीति कर रहे हैं. 

इससे पहले दिल्ली के मुख्यमंत्री अरविंद केजरीवाल ने एमसीडी की ओर से अटल बिहारी वाजपेयी के नाम पर रामलीला मैदान का नाम करने की खबर पर तंज कसा. उन्होंने नरेंद्र मोदी का नाम लिए बगैर कहा कि भाजपा को प्रधानमंत्री जी का नाम बदल देना चाहिए. क्योंकि अब उनके नाम पर लोग वोट नहीं दे रहे हैं. हालांकि ट्वीट पर कुछ यूजर्स ने केजरीवाल का भी समर्थन किया.

अटल बिहारी वाजपेयी के नाम से जाना जाएगा दिल्ली का रामलीला मैदान, प्रस्ताव पर 30 अगस्त को फैसला

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उधर नॉर्थ एमसीडी के मेयर आदेश गुप्ता ने कहा कि कई प्रस्ताव आए हैं. नामकरण की एक प्रक्रिया है. सदिन की बैठक में ही निर्णय होता है. उन्होंने कहा कि इस मुद्दे पर हम किसी तरह का विवाद नहीं चाहते. ऐसी कई जगहें हैं, जहां का नाम अटल जी पर रखा जा सकता है. मेयर के इस बयान से कहा जा रहा है कि विवाद पैदा होने के कारण नॉर्थ एमसीडी बैकफुट पर आती दिख रही है. 

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