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Delhi: BJP leader Shubhendu Adhikari meets Amit Shah and JP Nadda, discusses the post-poll violence in Bengal

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Shubhendu Adhikari (Photo Credits: Twitter)

New Delhi: Leader of Opposition in the West Bengal Assembly and BJP MLA Shubhendu Adhikari on Tuesday met Union Home Minister Amit Shah and party president JP Nadda to discuss various matters relating to the state, including the post-poll violence. Adhikari was a minister in the previous West Bengal government led by Mamata Banerjee, but he joined the BJP just ahead of the assembly elections in the state this year. The officer met the top BJP leadership for the first time after becoming the Leader of the Opposition in the state assembly.

He also met Union Minister Mansukh Mandaviya and party general secretary Bhupendra Yadav. Shah’s office tweeted, sharing a picture of the Home Minister and West Bengal leader, “Shubhendu Adhikari ji met Union Home Minister Amit Shah ji. The Leader of Opposition in West Bengal tweeted that he discussed several issues related to the state with Shah and sought his blessings for the welfare of Bengal. Also read: West Bengal: Trinamool Congress goons committing murders, panic is everywhere: Dilip Ghosh

He said, “Hon’ble Home Minister assured that he will always be available for Bengal. In the assembly elections held in March-April this year in West Bengal, Adhikari defeated Trinamool Congress chief and state Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in a tight contest in Nandigram seat. Thereafter, the officer met Nadda at his residence and discussed various matters, including the political violence in West Bengal.

After the meeting with Nadda, the official told reporters that the situation in West Bengal is very dire, as BJP workers are receiving constant threats in the state. He said that the saffron party stands firmly with its workers and will do everything possible for their safety. The officials are also expected to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday.

Significantly, the Trinamool leader was angry with the presence of the officer in the meeting between Modi and Mamta to review the damage caused by cyclonic storm ‘Yas’. A few days later, officials are meeting top BJP leaders. According to sources, Mamta Banerjee had reached that meeting late and left after giving a report regarding the damage caused by the cyclone.

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Twitter appointed interim Chief Compliance Officer for India, said- details will be shared with IT Ministry soon

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Twitter appointed interim Chief Compliance Officer for India, said- details will be shared with IT Ministry soon

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New Delhi: Twitter on Tuesday said it has appointed an interim chief compliance officer for India and will soon share the details of the officer directly with the information technology ministry. The government, in a notice given to Twitter a few days ago, said that it is given the last chance to comply with the new rules related to the Information Technology Act. He has to comply with the rules immediately. If it fails to do so, the exemption given to it from liability as an arbitral forum under the IT Act shall stand forfeited.

Along with this, he has to be ready for action under the IT Act and other penal provisions. The new guidelines have come into effect from 26 May. Following this, Twitter wrote to the government last week, assuring that it was in the final stages of appointing a chief compliance officer as per the new information technology (IT) rules and additional details would be given to the government within a week. An official source gave this information. Also read: Twitter’s response to the government’s notice – We are fully committed to India and will continue to strive to comply with the new IT laws

On Tuesday, a Twitter spokesperson said the company was making every effort to comply with the new guidelines and the information technology ministry was being informed of progress at each step of the process. He said an interim Chief Compliance Officer has been appointed and the details will be shared with the ministry soon. There have been several clashes between Twitter and the Indian government over the past few months, including during farmers’ protests. The tussle between the two also escalated when the US company tagged political posts of several leaders of the ruling party BJP as “manipulated media”, to which the Center reacted strongly.

The final clash was over compliance with IT regulations that Twitter was delaying.

In such a situation, this move of Twitter assumes significance as the microblogging site was facing a tough stand from the government due to delay in complying with IT norms. Under the new rules, large digital platforms will have to become more accountable for the content played on their platform.

Under the new rules, major social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp will be required to take additional measures. This includes appointment of Chief Compliance Officer, Nodal Officer and Grievance Officer in India etc.

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UP Assembly Elections 2022: BJP started electoral fielding in UP, intensifying the exercise of getting Nishad Party in its favour.

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UP Assembly Elections 2022: BJP started electoral fielding in UP, intensifying the exercise of getting Nishad Party in its favour.

JP Nadda meeting leaders of Nishad Party (Photo Credits: ANI)

New Delhi, 15 June: Bharatiya Janata Party President JP Nadda on Tuesday met prominent leaders of the Nishad Party of Uttar Pradesh and discussed the issue of the upcoming assembly elections. BJP President tweeted and wrote, ‘Today met the National President of Nishad Party Sanjay Nishad and Lok Sabha MP Pravin Nishad.’ It is to be known that in view of the assembly elections to be held in Uttar Pradesh next year, BJP has once again started efforts to fix strong social equations.

In this connection, Union Home Minister Amit Shah held a meeting with leaders of Apna Dal (S) and Nishad Party. The saffron party’s attempt to join hands with smaller parties with different caste lines was a part of it. It is part of the same strategy that got him victories in the 2017 assembly elections and the Lok Sabha elections in 2019. In the past, UP CM Yogi Adityanath had visited Delhi and during this he met PM Narendra Modi, Amit Shah and Had long meetings with Nadda.

Also read- UP: BJP leader Swatantra Dev Singh taunted Akhilesh Yadav as the worst MP of Uttar Pradesh

After these meetings, speculation about the expansion of the Yogi cabinet is intensifying. The BJP has a lot at stake in the assembly elections to be held in five states early next year as it has governments in four—Uttarakhand, Goa, Manipur and most importantly, Uttar Pradesh.

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UP: BJP leader Swatantra Dev Singh taunted Akhilesh Yadav as the worst MP of Uttar Pradesh

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UP: BJP leader Swatantra Dev Singh taunted Akhilesh Yadav as the worst MP of Uttar Pradesh

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Lucknow: State President of Bharatiya Janata Party Swatantra Dev Singh on Tuesday made serious allegations against Samajwadi Party President Akhilesh Yadav and termed him as the worst MP of Uttar Pradesh. Singh targeted the SP chief by tweeting. He questioned, “Which MP’s performance in the Lok Sabha has been the most disappointing.” Yadav himself has written an answer to his question… “Akhilesh Yadav with 36 percent attendance and zero questions.” G has been the worst MP of Uttar Pradesh.

Later, according to a statement issued by the BJP headquarters, Singh said those whose politics, work and style of functioning have been that of corruption, those who have openly proved themselves to be anti-Ramdi in their government, they are doing work in the name of Lord Ram. But how can you ‘trust’? .Also read: UP Assembly Election 2022: Akhilesh Yadav’s big claim, Samajwadi Party will form government by winning more than 350 seats in UP assembly elections

BJP state president, reacting to the statement of SP chief Yadav, said, “Today those people are talking about faith and loyalty, who opened fire on the devotees of Ram and who went to Ramnagari Ayodhya due to fear of appeasement and vote bank, his name is his own.” Afraid to bring it on the tongue. Such people should not try to obstruct the construction of Shri Ram temple, a symbol of faith of crores of Ram devotees around the world, how is this possible.

He said, “It is also ridiculous that the Congress’s Yuvraj (Rahul Gandhi) is speaking today when his government was in power at the Centre, his ministers were giving affidavits in the Supreme Court that the temple should not be built. They used to ask for proof of the existence of Lord Ram, but be it Akhilesh ji or Rahul ji they should not forget that there is now a government of Ram devotees both at the center and the state and there will be no hindrance in the work of Lord Ram.

The SP chief represents the Azamgarh parliamentary constituency in the Lok Sabha. In a scathing attack on the BJP-led state government, he today claimed that the Samajwadi Party will form a majority government by winning more than 350 seats in the 2022 Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections. He also said, “There is news of a huge scam in the cases of purchase of land in the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Trust in Ayodhya, a case of misappropriation of crores of rupees is being told, there should be a fair investigation. All the members of the trust should resign. Farmers’ land is being acquired for the airport in Dharampur village of Ayodhya. Farmers should get compensation at a reasonable rate.

Significantly, at least five MLAs suspended from the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) in recent months met Yadav on Tuesday and hinted at joining the SP. Sushma Patel, MLA from Mungra Badshahpur in Jaunpur, told PTI, “The upcoming assembly elections were discussed in a meeting that lasted 15-20 minutes with SP chief Akhilesh Yadav and the meeting went well.” When asked in, Patel said, “Personally, I have made up my mind to join the Samajwadi Party.

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