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Heavy rains in Bihar claims two lives and six districts severely affected

Principal Secretary of Disaster Management Pratya Amrit claimed that six districts of Bihar have been severely affected due to the rising level of rivers following heavy rains and two children have lost their lives in Kishanganj district. He further stated that rescue and relief work is underway in all the districts and people are being evacuated to a safer place. 16 community kitchens have also been set up to provide meals to the people and standard operating procedures are being followed. Src: https://bit.ly/2XJMBCT


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India abstains to for vote on LGBT rights at UN

India once again formally declined to vote for the rights of the LGBT community in the United National Human Rights Council. Many leaders across the parties have come out in support of a petition that called for India to move away from its past trend of abstaining from voting on resolutions related to LGBTQ rights at the United National Human Rights Council. Despite India decriminalizing homosexuality, it abstained from voting in favor of LGBTQ rights at the UN Human Rights Council. Src: https://bit.ly/2JvpbZc

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Uttar Pradesh: STF seizes 235 kgs Ganja, two arrested

In Uttar Pradesh's Meerut region, two people were arrested by the UP Police Special Task Force (STF). The official has seized 235 kgs of Ganja worth Rs 50 lakhs in Sarurpur area. SP (STF) stated that the truck was coming from Visakhapatnam and the accused were planning to sell the drugs in Western Uttar Pradesh. Ganja is a narcotic substance prepared from Cannabis plant and its production and sale is banned under Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985. Src: https://bit.ly/2Y0V4RA

BJP-led govt not making a strong law against mob lynching: Mayawati

BSP Chief Mayawati, at the Centre, slammed BJP-led govt over her Twitter handle for not making a strong law against mob lynching. She wrote that after the Supreme Court's directive, a national law against mob lynching should have been made by the Central Govt. However, like Lokpal, the Centre seems to have no interest and is proving the govt with low will power. She further said, " In such case, the initiative of the UP law commission is a welcome move". Mayawati further alleged that the aim and strategy of the BJP govt to not to establish a rule of law is the reason behind mob lynching in the country. Thus, Dalits, Tribals and religious minorities are becoming a victim of the same. Src: https://bit.ly/2xO8DoA

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