Evening news brief: 2 soldiers of Rajasthan martyred in Africa, were on video call with wife – then the bullet was fired, fine imposed for less petrol in the bike

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1. Impatient will apologize for the statement of the wife of the nation, there is a tussle between Sonia and Smriti in Parliament

Congress MP Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury on Wednesday called President Draupadi Murmu the wife of the nation. On Thursday, women MPs of the BJP created a ruckus in the House over this statement. Smriti Irani said that Sonia Gandhi will have to apologize. Due to the uproar, the proceedings of both the houses were adjourned. Adhir Ranjan said that his tongue slipped and he would go to the President to apologize. At the same time, there was a scuffle between Sonia Gandhi and Union Minister Smriti Irani in the Parliament premises. Sonia Gandhi said from Smriti that don’t talk to me. This Union minister alleged that the Congress President threatened him.

2. 2 soldiers of Rajasthan martyred in Africa, were on video call with their wife – that’s when the bullet hit

Two Indian Border Security Force (BSF) personnel were martyred on Tuesday during a violent demonstration in the Congo, Africa at the United Nations Peace Mission. Both the jawans are from Rajasthan. Head constable Sanvlaram Vishnoi (45) was from Gudhamalani (Barmer) and head constable Sheeshpal Bagdia (45) from Laxmangarh (Sikar). Shaheed Shishram of Sikar was talking on a video call with his wife during the violent demonstration and showing the situation there. During this he got shot. After this wife Kamala called him several times, but could not talk. Martyr’s wife Kamala is a government teacher. they have two children. Son is doing graduation and daughter has recently completed MBBS.

3. Vivek Agnihotri said on Ranveer Singh – Do bold photos of women hurt the feelings of men?

Filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri has reacted to the FIR lodged against Ranveer Singh. He said – It is a matter of very stupidity. How have the sentiments of women been hurt by Ranveer’s photoshoot? This case is being escalated so much without any reason. It is written in the FIR that the sentiments of women have been hurt by Ranveer’s photoshoot. Somebody tell me, when bold pictures of women come out, does it hurt the sentiments of men? This is a very stupid argument.

4. Vaccination of 40 children with a syringe in the ocean of MP, the vaccinator said – gave me only one syringe

Big negligence of the Health Department has come to the fore in the corona vaccination in Sagar, Madhya Pradesh. Health department officials on Wednesday sent a nursing student to Jain Public School alone to vaccinate the children. He vaccinated forty children with a single syringe. When the parents created a ruckus, the student said – The officers had given the same syringe and said that with this all the children have to be vaccinated. District Immunization Officer Dr. SR Roshan has been suspended in the matter.

5. In Bengal scam accused Parth’s daughter’s house was stolen, neighbors mistook the thieves as ED officers

The main accused in the teacher recruitment scam, Minister Partha Chatterjee’s flat in South 24 Parganas was stolen on Wednesday afternoon. This house of Parth is in Puri village of Begumpur Gram Panchayat area of ​​Baruipur police station, in which thieves broke into the lock. When the people living nearby saw these thieves carrying big bags from the house, they understood that they were ED officers. According to people, Partha Chatterjee sometimes used to visit the garden of this house and Arpita also lived with him.

6. Took 250 rupees from a young man driving a bike on the wrong side in Kerala, said – there is less petrol in your car

A photographer in Kerala has claimed on a social media post that the Kerala Police cut his challan for lack of oil in the vehicle. A photographer named Basil Shyam has also shared the picture of the challan on Facebook on 26 July. Basil has written – Kerala Police has taken a challan of Rs 250 from me because I did not keep enough petrol in my car. The matter is of July 22.

7. In Hardoi, UP, husband killed for dowry, abortion happened twice, now betel nut to kill

In Hardoi, UP, a woman constable has accused her husband of giving her a betel nut for 2 lakhs. The woman constable has filed a case against her husband. It is alleged that while returning from duty on Wednesday evening, the husband and his associates have also threatened to kill her. The woman constable said, “The husband wants to keep the other woman with him. That is why he is trying to get me out of the way.” Twice he was hit so much that he had a miscarriage twice.

8. In Bihar, the dead body was dragged like an animal by tying it with a rope, sub-inspector suspended

In Begusarai, Bihar, a case of misbehaving with a dead body has come to the fore. Here an unclaimed corpse was tied with a rope and pulled out of the first pit. After this, being dragged hundreds of feet away on the dilapidated raw road and highway, was brought to the hospital after being loaded on a tractor. The brutality did not end here. Even after reaching the hospital, the body was dragged by a rope and put on a stretcher and brought to the postmortem room. The video of the whole incident has surfaced.

9. Youth of 17 years will be able to apply for Voter ID, will get chance thrice a year

Youth will not have to wait till they complete 18 years of age to enroll their names in the voter list. Youth will be able to apply for voter card in advance when they are 17+. Chief Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar and Election Commissioner Anoop Chandra Pandey have given instructions in this regard by the concerned officials in all the states. Earlier, after completing 18 years of age, youth had to wait till January 1 to apply for inclusion of name in the voter list. Now as soon as they are above 17 years, they will be able to apply thrice a year on 1st April, 1st July and 1st October.

10. Japanese minister said – discrimination against women in politics, it harms the country

Discrimination against women is also a tragedy of Japan. Japan’s Minister Saiko Noda said in an interview that our population is decreasing. The birth rate of children is the lowest in the country since the Second World War. There are many reasons for this, but the biggest reason is discrimination against women. With this inequality the world’s third-largest economy cannot grow, says Noda, one of only two women in the lower house of Japan’s parliament. As a member of Parliament, I have realized that there is discrimination here.

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