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Kamal Nath resigns as Madhya Pradesh CM ahead of floor test

While addressing media Kamal Nath announced his resignation as Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister. His announcement came ahead of the floor test which was scheduled today. Nath said that he will tender his resignation to MP Governor Lalji Tandon today. He further called out 22 rebel Congress MLAs and said they betrayed the people of Madhya Pradesh. He claimed that he was never part of the politics of trade and no one pointed a finger on him during the 40 years of his political career. Src: https://bit.ly/2vC4arR

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Lucknow admin to display on hoardings names of people involved in 2019 anti-CAA violence

In Uttar Pradesh, the Lucknow district administration is setting up hoardings in the city with names and addresses of the people allegedly engaged in the violence that broke out in December last year during anti-CAA protests in the city. According to media reports, a total of 100 hoardings will be built at all major city crossings, on which the names and addresses of 57 individuals identified so far will be displayed. The administration also provided restitution notices for damaging public property estimated at INR 1.55 Cr to these men. Src: https://bit.ly/39tjKEO

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Delhi HC orders to file FIR against 4 BJP leaders over hate speech

Today, the Delhi High Court has ordered Delhi Police to the filed FIR against 4 BJP leaders- Kapil Mishra, Anurag Thakur, Abhay Verma, and Parvesh Verma. The two-member bench ordered to registered after watching the hate speech of them. The top court said all videos concerning the riot matter and the Commissioner should have considered the consequences of not registering the FIR. No one is above the Rule of Law, the court added. Src: https://bit.ly/2SYgjjE

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Won't let another 1984 happen, Delhi has seen enough tragedy: Delhi HC on riots

Speaking about the uncontrollable Delhi violence, the Delhi High Court today said that it cannot allow “another 1984” to happen in the country as the capital has seen enough anguish and tragedy. Referring to the 1984 anti-Sikh riots, the court further said that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Deputy CM Manish Sisodia should visit affected areas for confidence-building among people. The court further said that helplines should be set up and private ambulances should be given safe passage and shelters for rehabilitation along with basic facilities should be set up for the victims who have been displaced. Src: https://bit.ly/2TjWh1M

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