I stand with Vikas Shah | Vikas Shah related news, polls & posts
Stand with

15-year-old boy sodomised by bouncer inside govt housing in Gurugram

On Friday a 15-year-old boy was sodomised by a bouncer inside a central government housing society. Allegedly the victim went to the ground floor for an evening walk and chit chatted with the security guards of the building for a while, when the accused identified as Amit Kumar joined them. According to the police, the accused followed the boy and grabbed him when he was climbing the stairs to get to his home. He later dragged the boy to the eighth floor of the same building and raped him. The boy fled from the spot after the accused went to use the bathroom. Src: https://bit.ly/2FH5I58

Do you stand with @HangInPublic

I stand with @HangInPublic

26 votes

I don’t

18 votes

Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Varanasi imposes dress code on devotees, bans t-Shirt & jeans

The administration of the famous Kashi Vishwanath Temple in Varanasi has imposed a dress code for devotees entering the sanctum sanctorum of the temple. The administration has made Dhoti-Kurta mandatory for male devotees and Saree for female devotees who want to touch the ‘Jyotirlinga’ in the sanctum sanctorum of the Kashi Vishwanath Temple. Those wearing pants, shirts and jeans will only be able to worship the deity from a distance and will not be allowed to enter the sanctum. Src: https://bit.ly/35U3sSY

Do you stand with @KashiTempleAdmin

I stand with @KashiTempleAdmin

23 votes

I don’t

24 votes

Bihar Police candidate caught cheating in exam after earphones get stuck in ears

Recently a candidate was caught cheating during Bihar Police examination in Muzaffarpur after the earphones he was using to cheat in the examination got stuck in his ears. As per the media reports, the candidate had taped the earphone wires to his vest. Police officials have claimed that candidate was taken to hospital as he was in pain. A case has been registered against the candidate. Src: https://bit.ly/35Ls2Fd


That's Great

24 votes

That's Sad

23 votes

Rahul Gandhi challenges Modi to visit universities of the country

While addressing media, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi challenged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to visit any universities of the country. Rahul said that he wanted PM to know how students are angry over the failure of the economy and joblessness. He further said that Modi should have the courage to speak with youngsters and answer them why the economy is bad. Today, the opposition parties had conducted a meeting where they have discussed CAA. Src: https://bit.ly/2R7w3i8

Do you stand with @RahulGandhi

I stand with @RahulGandhi

33 votes

I don’t

47 votes