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Video | “Mismanagement Of Delhi Government…” :BJP MP Kamaljeet Sehrawat On Delhi Water Crisis

Newly elected BJP MP from West Delhi Lok Sabha constituency, Kamaljeet Sehrawat spoke about the water crisis in Delhi and called the crisis a result of the mismanagement of the Delhi Government. Speaking to ANI, Kamaljeet Sehrawat said, “The water crisis in Delhi is very severe, the public is suffering. The main reason for this shortage is water theft, theft by private water tankers and Delhi Jal Board’s lines being broken at many places, theft from them, that is, mismanagement of the Delhi Government. All the water that should come from Haryana’s Munak canal is coming, there is no shortage in it, you must have also seen the video....” ...
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Video | Manoj Tiwari Lambasts AAP Over Delhi Water Crisis

Bharatiya Janata Party MP Manoj Tiwari lambasted the Aam Aadmi Party following the severe water crisis in the National Capital, stating AAP only knows how to make excuses instead of working for the people of Delhi. He went on to say that the time for AAP is now over. He further said that the BJP will solve Delhi’s problems in less than five years. While speaking to ANI, Manoj Tiwari said, “Aam Aadmi Party knows how to make excuses, it doesn't know how to provide facilities to the public. They did not provide clean water to Delhi... Now even the pension of the elderly has stopped. Ration cards for the poor in Delhi are not being made. Not a single new ration card has been made in 10 years. They do not know how to work for the public and neither do they have the i...
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‘There was anger’: Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann on CISF constable slapping Kangana | India News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Punjab chief minister Bhagwant Mann said on Monday that the CISF woman constable might have slapped BJP MP Kangana Ranaut out of anger over her previous remarks on the farmers' protest.Mann also called out Kangana for drawing a parallel between Punjab and terrorism. However, he said the incident should not have happened.This was Mann's first reaction to CISF woman constable Kulwinder Kaur allegedly slapping Kangana at the Chandigarh airport last week.Replying to a question on the slapping incident, Mann said, "Look, that was anger. She (Kangana) had earlier spoken like this."Somewhere, there was anger in the heart of that woman (CISF constable). It (incident) should not have happened like this," the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader said.In an obvious reference to Kangana, Mann sa...
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Supreme Court gives more time to AAP to vacate its Delhi office premises | India News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: In another extension to the deadline, the Supreme Court has asked Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) to vacate its Delhi office premises at Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Marg by August 10. The Supreme Court in March this year had extended the deadline for the AAP to vacate its offices at Rouse Avenue until June 15.The decision was prompted by the court's acknowledgement that the land was originally allotted for the expansion of judicial infrastructure for the Delhi high court.The bench, comprising Chief Justice D Y Chandrachud and Justices J B Pardiwala and Manoj Misra, had also directed the AAP to approach the Land And Development Office (L&DO) for the allotment of alternative land for its offices. The court said that the AAP did not possess any lawful right to continue occupying the designat...
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AAP Gets Last Opportunity From SC To Vacate Party Office On Delhi HC’s Land By August 10

In a big relief for the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), the Supreme Court on Monday extended the time till August 10, 2024 to vacate its Delhi office which is situated in the plot allotted in Rouse Avenue for expansion of the Delhi judiciary. As per Supreme Court's previous order, AAP had to vacate its current party office by June 15. This came after the top court noted that AAP's party office stands on land alotted for expansion of Delhi High Court. Today the court extended that deadline to August 10. Earlier, the top court had set the deadline of June 15 for AAP to vacate the party office in Delhi. Today, the apex court allowed an application filed by AAP seeking an extension of time as a last opportunity. On June 5, the Delhi High Court held that the Aam Aadmi...
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‘He has not won on his own’: AAP leader Somnath Bharti refuses to shave head | India News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Aam Aadmi Party leader Somnath Bharti, who had previously declared that he would shave his head if Narendra Modi secured a third term as prime minister has refused to fulfill his promise.In a statement to PTI over the phone, Bharti clarified his stance, saying, "I stated that I would shave my head if he were elected for a third term. However, he has not won on his own, he has won the election with the support of his alliance." Bharti emphasized that Modi's victory was not solely his own achievement but rather a collective effort of the NDA allies.Bharti further reiterated his position, stating, "I stand by my words. If he did not win on his own, it's not his victory. So, as I said, if he has not won independently, I will not shave my head." Prior to the election results, Bhar...
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Clash with AAP govt led to Zee ‘blackout’ in Punjab — Subhash Chandra raises alarm over media freedom

New Delhi: Zee News’ “editorial decision” to not publish an interview with Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in its entirety led to a “forced” blackout of its channels in Punjab last week, which caused Zee Entertainment’s Chairman Emeritus and media baron Subhash Chandra to speak out.At a press conference in Delhi, he said that the fourth pillar of democracy was under threat, and that India’s 159th rank in the World Press Freedom Index was cause for concern. “Zee News must publish the entire interview, else it will face consequences like the withdrawal of advertising by the Punjab Government at least,” an Aam Aadmi Party spokesperson had told the news channel, referring to an interaction between Kejriwal and a senior journalist at Zee on 23 May. Show Full Art...