Now turn to the citizenship amendment bill? Why protest | 2019

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The BJP-led central government, which has been looking aggressively since the Center came to power for the second time in a row, can now move forward on the Citizenship Amendment Bill. According to sources, this bill can be introduced by the government for approval in the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha in the winter session starting on Monday.Due to this bill, there can also be a fierce battle between the opposition parties and the ruling party in Parliament. Let’s know, what is this bill and what are the objections to the opposition…

What is proposed in the Citizens Amendment Bill? It is proposed to change the Citizenship Act of 1955 under the Public Amendment Bill. Under this, it is proposed to grant citizenship to Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist, Jain, Parsi and Christian refugees settled in India from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan. Citizenship will be given to those people of these communities who have migrated to India from last one year to six years. Currently, this period is 11 years to obtain citizenship of India.

Home Minister Amit Shah’s stance
Home minister Amit Shah said recently that he wants to bring it before the National Register of Citizens comes into force in Assam. This will provide relief to non-Muslims who do not get a place in NRC and will be considered as citizens of India.

Opposition parties are violating the constitution
Many opposition parties, including the Congress, have opposed the government’s proposal, saying that the bill violates the Constitution. The opposition says it is in violation of article 14 of the constitution, which speaks of religious equality.

After Article 370 and NRC, now this bill
The central government announced the removal of Articles 370 and 35A in Parliament on 5 August. After this, the final list of National Register of Citizens in Assam was also released on 31 August. Now BJP has indicated to move forward on this core agenda.

Hemant Biswa Sarma said, he will remove the pyre
Meanwhile, senior BJP leader in Assam Hemant Biswa Sarma has said about the concerns of the people of Assam and Northeast that its draft will be changed. He said that some changes will be made in this bill so that the identity of the native people of the Northeast can be protected.

People of North-East fear of losing their identity
Let us tell that a large section in the Northeast region says that if the Citizenship Amendment Bill is implemented, then the people of the Northeast will face a crisis of identity and livelihood. Sarma said that the Citizenship Amendment Bill would create problems for about four to five lakh people in Assam but it would ensure all-round development in the state.

Bill was rejected in the last session
The BJP government had introduced the bill in its last term even before the general elections, but could not pass it due to stiff opposition from opposition parties. Opposition parties had called the bill discriminatory on religious grounds. After the dissolution of the previous Lok Sabha, the bill was neutralized, so it will now be introduced afresh.

BJP’s problems may increase in North-East, heavy opposition to the bill news | 2019

The Citizenship Amendment Bill 2016 will once again be introduced in the Winter Session of Parliament starting today. Last time this bill was passed only in the Lok Sabha. The Narendra Modi government could not introduce this bill in Rajya Sabha.

But once again, as soon as the government started preparing to introduce this bill in Parliament, the voices of protest against it started raising. There is chaos especially in the North-East. Protests are taking place on the streets every day here.

On Friday, people protested in Guwahati. These are the people who supported the Citizenship Amendment Bill (NRC) but all of them are against the Citizenship Amendment Bill. Through this bill, Hindus who came to India from Bangladesh will be given citizenship.

The Citizenship Act 1955 will be amended under the Citizenship Amendment Bill 2016.

Under this change, it has been said to give Indian citizenship to non-Muslim religious minorities from Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh.

After the enactment of this bill, Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains, Parsis and Christianity-based minority communities of Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan have been living in India for six years instead of 11 years and without proper documents of Indian citizenship. The way to meet will be cleared.

Not only this, the people of these communities will also not be sentenced to jail under Passport Act 120 and Foreign Act 1946. For this, the deadline of 31 December 2014 has been kept. That is, Hindus from neighboring nations will be given citizenship of Hindustan till this date.

Strong opposition to the bill

The Citizenship Amendment Bill 2016 bill has been under heavy opposition from the minorities. The NRC does not exclude illegal migrants on the basis of religion, while the bill does not include Muslims. Since the introduction of this bill in the year 2016, there has been heavy protests in the states of North-East. People from Assam, Manipur, Nagaland and Meghalaya everywhere opposed the bill.In October this year, when Home Minister Amit Shah visited Mizoram, several organizations protested there. Samajal Bhattacharya, principal advisor of All Assam Students Union in Assam, told reporters that he would not accept the bill on any condition.

Why do people object to the bill?

The biggest protest in Assam is from clause 6 of the bill. It has been said that those who have come to India from 1 January 1966 to 24 March 1971 will be called foreigners. They have to register themselves as foreign nationals. Apart from this, if seen, this bill is also against NRC. The names of 19 lakh people who came under the NRC after 24 March 1971 were removed from the list of citizenship.RTI activist Akhil Gogai has said that this means that all Hindus who come to India from Bangladesh will once again get a chance to become citizens of Barat through this bill. This is not the case for Muslims.

Ruckus over Citizenship Amendment bill again, BJP’s trouble may increase in North-East | 2019

The Citizenship Act 1955 will be amended under the Citizenship Amendment Bill 2016.

new Delhi. The Citizenship Amendment Bill 2016 will be introduced once again in the Winter Session of Parliament starting today. Last time this bill was passed only in the Lok Sabha. The Modi government could not introduce this bill in the Rajya Sabha. At the same time, as soon as the government started preparing to introduce this bill in Parliament once again, the voices of protest against it started raising. There is chaos especially in the North-East. Protests are taking place on the streets every day here.

On Friday, people staged a massive protest in Guwahati. These are the people who supported the Citizenship Amendment Bill (NRC), but all of them are against the Citizenship Amendment Bill. Through this bill, there is a provision to give citizenship to non-Muslims who came to India from other countries including Bangladesh.

What is the Citizenship Amendment Bill 2016?

The Citizenship Act 1955 will be amended under the Citizenship Amendment Bill 2016.

It has been said that Indian citizenship should be given to non-Muslim religious minorities from Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh.

After the enactment of this bill, the minority communities of Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains, Parsis and Christians of Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan, having been in India for only six years instead of 11 years, and without proper documents, The way to get Indian citizenship will be cleared.

Not only this, people of these communities will also not be sentenced to jail under the Passport Act 120 and Foreign Act 1946. For this, the deadline of 31 December 2014 has been kept. That is, Hindus who have come to India from neighboring countries till this date will be given citizenship of India.

Strong opposition to the bill

The Citizenship Amendment Bill 2016 is under heavy opposition from the minorities. The NRC does not exclude illegal migrants on the basis of religion, while this bill does not include Muslims. Since the introduction of this bill in the year 2016, there has been heavy protest in the North-East states.People from everywhere in Assam, Manipur, Nagaland and Meghalaya protested against this bill. In October this year, when Home Minister Amit Shah went on a visit to Mizoram, many organizations protested there. Samajal Bhattacharya, principal advisor of All Assam Students Union in Assam, told reporters that he would not accept the bill on any condition.

Why do people object to the bill?

Most of the protest in Assam is taking place regarding clause 6 of the bill. It says that those who have come to India between 1 January 1966 and 24 March 1971 will be called foreigners. They have to register themselves as foreign nationals. Apart from this, if seen, this bill is also against NRC.. The names of 19 lakh people who came under the NRC after 24 March 1971 were removed from the list of citizenship. RTI activist Akhil Gogoi says that this means that Hindus who come to India from Bangladesh will once again get a chance to become citizens of India through this bill, whereas this is not the case for Muslims.

What is the plea of ​​BJP?

After coming to power in 2014, BJP had said to bring the bill. The BJP had said in its manifesto that they would give citizenship to Hindu refugees through the Citizenship Amendment Bill. Congress, CPI-M, TMC and Samajwadi Party are opposing this bill. In September this year, at the NEDA meeting, Home Minister Amit Shah said that he wants to expel illegal immigrants not only from Assam but from all over the country.

Statue of Unity will lose the weight of the world’s tallest statue, 2 such statues are being built in the country itself

Ahmedabad. The ‘Statue of Unity’ may lose its status as being the tallest statue in the world. The reason for this is, two big statues being built in the country itself. These statues will be built in the states of Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh, one of Lord Ram and the other of Shivaji Maharaj. Interestingly, like Gujarat, both these states also have BJP governments. The statue of Sardar Patel was inaugurated in October 2018 at a place called Kevadia on the banks of the Narmada River in Gujarat.This statue of 182 meters height became the tallest statue in the world. However, now the talk of high statues being built in Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh, the outline of them is being told even more grand.

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212 meter high statue of Shivaji will be built in Arabian Sea

A 212-meter-high statue of Shivaji Maharaj has been announced to be built in the Arabian Sea in Mumbai, the capital of Maharashtra. Initially the statue was to be built 192 meters high, but later the Maharashtra government increased its height to 212 meters. Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the project of statue of Shivaji Maharaj on 24 December 2016. For this, Modi also did Jalabhishek in Mumbai. The Maharashtra government claims that this memorial of Shivaji will be a major attraction for tourists from India and abroad.

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221 meter high statue of Lord Rama to be built in Ayodhya

The Uttar Pradesh government has also announced that it will build the tallest statue of Lord Rama in Ayodhya. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has already made a budget provision of 447 crores for this project. Officials had said recently that the idol of Shri Ram would be 151 meters high. With this, the height of the seventies will be increased by 20 meters and the height of the pedestal will be 50 meters, then the total height of the statue will be 221 meters. If this happens, the statue built in Ayodhya will be the tallest statue in the world along with Gujarat and Maharashtra.

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The ‘Statue of Unity’ found the status of the highest statue

Gujarat’s ‘Statue of Unity’ had the distinction of being the world’s tallest statue, breaking the record of the Buddha statue in China. The ‘Spring Temple Buddha’ statue located in Henan province of China is 128 meters high. It was built in 2008. Apart from ‘Statue of Unity’, ‘Spring Temple Buddha’, the world’s third tallest statue is the Gautam Buddha statue of Myanmar. Which is 115.8 meters high.

12 lakhs are being spent every day on the statue of Sardar Patel

According to media reports, Rs 3000 crore was spent to build the ‘Statue of Unity’. 12 lakh rupees are being spent everyday in its maintenance itself. Safari Park has also been developed near it. There is also a zoo, which has been prepared on 1300 acres of land. Recently, lions, tigers, leopards, 12 types of deer and antelope, giraffes, zebras, rhinoceros, bison and other exotic animals have been brought to the safari park from 17 countries.

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27 lakh people reached the Statue of Unity in a year

According to the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) report, 27 lakh people have visited the ‘Statue of Unity’ since the inauguration of the statue last year. These days around 8,500 tourists are coming here every day. In the first 11 days of the unveiling of the Statue of Unity, more than 1,28,000 tourists arrived. About 50,000 tourists visited on weekends during the early days.Reports state that about 10,000 tourists visit the 133-year-old 92-meter-long Statue of Liberty on Liberty Island on New York Harbor in the US. At the same time, more than 10 thousand people came to see the Statue of Unity in October.

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Open to general public from 1 November-2018

This statue of the iron man Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel (Statue of Unity) is 597 feet high. It is the highest statue in the world. Earlier the name of Statue of Liberty was known, now people have more ‘Statue of Unity’ on their tongue. It was unveiled in October-2018. It has been open to the public from 1 November-2018.

It was unveiled on the occasion of Patel’s 143rd birthday

Prime Minister Narendra Modi unveiled the statue at the ‘Sadhu Bet’ place near Sardar Sarovar Dam on 31 October in Gujarat. The statue of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, the country’s first Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister “Iron Man”, was handed over to the public on his 143rd birthday.

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Work began in 2013, completed in 33 months

The outline of this statue was prepared on 31 October 2013. An Indian multinational company Larsen and Tubro took the responsibility for its construction and maintenance with the lowest bid. In a short span of 33 months (about two and a half years), the basic structure of this statue was created, which was also a world record.

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It can be seen from 7 kilometers away.

This statue is 597 feet high, which is seen from 7 kilometers away. It is so huge that only a face of 30 feet was made. It used 3D technology.

Hands are 70 feet long, feet height 85 feet

The statue’s lips, eyes and jacket buttons are 6 feet as big as a man’s height. There are 70 feet long hands, the height of the feet is more than 85 feet.

Made of a mixture of 4 metals, 85% copper

This statue is made of a mixture of 4 metals, but the most used is 85% copper. In such a situation, there is no fear of rust. A lift is also installed, which will enable the statue to reach the heart.

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Valley of flowers spread over 17 KM long coast

From here, people can see the Sardar Sarovar Dam and the valley of flowers spread on the 17 km long coast of Narmada. A lot of hard work was also done to raise the material for the first and largest statue of its kind.

6 lakh people engaged in raising iron and copper

When it was decided that the biggest statue of Sardar Patel would be built, then the question was, where should we gather so much iron? For this, the Gujarat government created the “Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Integration Trust”, under which 36 offices opened across the country and about 6 lakh people were engaged in collecting iron and copper.

5 thousand metric tons of iron got from farmers

About 5 thousand metric tons of iron was donated from farmers. 57,00,000 kg was steel. After getting the material, 3400 laborers, 250 engineers worked at least 42 months to make this statue. The cost came to 2990 crores.

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Will see 2000 rare photos related to Patel

With this statue ready, the Sardar Museum is also being built. In this museum, you can see 40,000 documents related to Patel and about 2000 rare photographs of him. Now this idol is being discussed.

The statue also has these facilities

The government has introduced many new facilities to woo tourists. Recently, in addition to river rafting up to 5 kilometers, facility of Butterfly Park, Jungle Safari Park and Children’s Nutrition Park etc. started. At the same time Gujarat Tourism Corporation started providing tents for tourists to stay.

Ongoing work on more than 30 projects

3000 crore was spent in the construction of the statue itself. However, thousands of crores will still be spent here. To make the world a prestigious tourist destination, the government has started more than 30 projects here. Many more gardens, avenues, hotels, safari parks and other recreational parks are to be established here. An official of the Narmada Department said that such preparations have been done, the tribals will have to leave their land.

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Last month, the famous American magazine Time also included ‘Statue of Unity’ in the list of world’s greatest places. Prime Minister Narendra Modi also tweeted this while expressing happiness. In the past, Modi also told how many tourists are coming to see the ‘Statue of Unity’ daily.

How to reach These are the ways to go

Its distance is 200 km from Ahmedabad

People coming from Ahmedabad will have to travel a distance of 200 km. Apart from this, there is a plan to run a seaplane service from Sabarmati Riverfront to Panchmuli Lake.

On reaching Kevadia, go to the statue like this

After reaching Kevadia, one has to reach Sadhu-Bet Island. A 3.5 km long highway from Kevadia to Sadhu Island has also been constructed. After this, 320 meter long bridge link from Main Road to ‘Statue of Unity’ is also built.

Who are the five judges who are going to pronounce the verdict in the Ayodhya case?

Ayodhya land dispute. October 16, 2019 was the 40th and last day of hearing in the Supreme Court. A bench of five judges heard the matter. Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi is retiring on 17 November. A decision will come before that. There are three major sides in this whole matter – Ramlala Virajman, Sunni Central Waqf Board and Nirmohi Arena. The court has reserved decision regarding this.

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The five judges whose bench is going to take a decision in this entire judgment include Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, Justice SA Bobde, Justice DY Chandrachud, Justice Ashok Bhushan, and Justice SA Nazir. Now that there are judges of the Supreme Court, and hearing the country’s highest-profile lawsuit, it is obvious that the legal life will be bigger. There have been many such cases on the part of these judges which have attracted a lot of attention. Who is this judge? Where did you come from? And what is their fame by law? Read all here

# Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi

Where are you from?

From Dibrugarh in Assam. His father Keshab Chandra Gogoi was the Chief Minister of Assam for two months.

What is Legal History?

After taking graduation and law degree from Delhi University, he started practice in the Guwahati High Court. In 2010, Punjab and Haryana came to the High Court. And the next year, he was made the Chief Justice.

 

When did the Supreme Court join?

In April 2012. And became the Chief Justice of India in October 2018. After Deepak Mishra’s departure.

What were the big decisions?

In 2011, the Kerala High Court sentenced the offender to death in the Saumya rape case. But in the Supreme Court, the bench of Gogoi, Prafulla Pant, and Uday Umesh Lalit rejected this sentence and sentenced the criminal Govindaswami to life imprisonment. There was a lot of debate on this.

Advocate Kamini Jaiswal petitioned Kanhaiya Kumar in 2016 for the attack outside Patiala House Court. The demand in the petition was that an inquiry should be conducted regarding this attack. In 2018, Gogoi’s bench rejected it.

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He will retire on November 17, before that the Sabarimala review, the issue of Rafael and the decision to bring the Chief Justice under the purview of RTI are going to be decided.

# Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde

Where are you from?

From Nagpur His father Arvind Bobde has been Advocate General of Maharashtra.

What is Legal History?

BA and LLB degree from Nagpur University. Joined the Bar Council of Maharashtra in 1978. He became a part of the Bombay High Court bench on 29 March 2000 as Additional Judge. SA Bobde has been the former Chief Justice of Madhya Pradesh High Court.

 

When did the Supreme Court join?

In april 2013

What were the big decisions?

Justice Bobde was part of the bench which ordered that no Indian citizen not having Aadhaar card be denied government benefits.

When elections were held in Karnataka in May 2018 and no one got a majority, the Governor called BS Yeddyurappa to take the oath of Chief Minister. Congress reached the Supreme Court against this. The hearing started from 2 pm and the verdict came in favor of Yeddyurappa. Justice Bobde was included in the bench which gave the verdict in favor of Yeddyurappa.

# Justice Dhananjay Yashwant Chandrachud

Where are you from?

Mumbai. His father Yashwant Chandrachud was the chief justice of the country’s longest-serving post.

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What is Legal History?

After doing LLB from Delhi University, went to LLB from Harvard Law School. In 1998, Bombay High Court gave him the post of Senior Advocate. Along with this, he was also the Additional Solicitor General of India. Became judge of Bombay High Court in 2000. And stay till 2013. After that he was the Chief Justice of Allahabad High Court for three years.

When did the Supreme Court join?

In May 2016.

What were the big decisions?

In the Navtej Johar vs Union of India case in 2018, Justice Chandrachud was also present on the bench which excluded gay sex from the category of crime. He termed Section 377 as confusing and slavery according to time which violates the fundamental rights of equality, freedom of expression, life, and privacy.

In 2018, while hearing in the Hadiya marriage case of Kerala, the verdict was given stating the choice of her religion and life partner. Hadiya changed her religion and married Muslim Shafine Jahan. Subsequently, his family members alleged that Hadiya had been brainwashed. Chandrachud had said that the decision taken by an adult about his marriage or religion comes under his personal rights.

# Justice Ashok Bhushan

Where are you from?

From Jaunpur, Uttar Pradesh. After studying BA, he started studying law.

What is Legal History?

In 1979, he became a part of Uttar Pradesh Bar Council and started practicing in Allahabad High Court. He was also Senior Vice President of High Court Bar Association. Became Permanent Judge of Allahabad High Court in 2001. Became judge of Kerala High Court in 2014. After that he became the Chief Justice.

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When did the Supreme Court join?

In May 2016.

What were the big decisions?

In 2017, the Division Bench with their presence rejected a petition seeking to increase the number of attempts for physically disabled candidates from seven to ten in the Civil Services Examination. Justice Bhushan had said that physically handicapped is a category in itself.

In 2015, the Division Bench of the Kerala High Court with his presence ordered that the police have to copy the FIR. If it is demanded in RTI. Exemption will be given only if the concerned authority decides that the FIR is exempted from the RTI Act.

# Justice S. Abdul Nazir

Where are you from?

Beluvai, Karnataka

What is Legal History?

After taking law degree from Law College, Mangaluru, he started practice in Karnataka High Court, Bangalore. Appointed to the post of Additional Judge there. After that became Permanent Judge.

When did the Supreme Court join?

He was made a judge of the Supreme Court in 2017 directly from the Karnataka High Court. He was the third judge to go to the Supreme Court without becoming the Chief Justice of any High Court.

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What were the big decisions?

In the triple talaq case, their bench decided to declare triple talaq (divorce-a-biddat) illegal. In this bench of five judges, two judges ruled in favor of maintaining triple talaq, and three in opposition. Nazir was one of the two judges who gave the verdict in favor.

Before the decision on the Ram temple case, CM Yogi made this powerful announcement, said- whatever …2019

After a 40-day hearing on the Ram temple case in Ayodhya, the Supreme Court reserved its verdict on the 70-year-old case on Wednesday, 16 October. A constitution bench of five judges, headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi of the Supreme Court, started daily hearing in the Ram temple case from 6 August and now the hearing has been completed.

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Let us tell you that earlier the court-appointed arbitration panel had completely failed to resolve the case after which a daily hearing was started. The panel was headed by a former judge of the apex court. In such a situation, it is expected that before his retirement on November 17, Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi will give a decision on the Ram temple case.

Now before the decision on the Ram temple case, Bharatiya Janata Party leader and Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath has said that, “The decision on Ram temple is coming soon. Whatever the decision of the Supreme Court on this issue should come.” There should be no public backlash about it. Flamboyant statements should not be made at any level.

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“He has made a big announcement, giving important instructions to the District Collectors and Police Officers of UP, that they should check the social media of all those who have been involved in terrorist incidents between 1990 and 2018. If they are out of jail So immediately they should be arrested and sent to jail.

These 5 countries, not Pakistan but reached the brink of ruin, first name shocking

If seen, there are many countries in the world which are growing rapidly, then there are some countries whose economy has become very weak. There are many countries in the world which are facing many kinds of problems and there are problems like unemployment, inflation, illiteracy. In such a situation, today we are going to tell you about 5 such origins of the world, which have reached the verge of ruin.

1. Venezuela

Venezuela is the most struggling in the world. Inflation is at its peak in this country. Millions of people are forced to leave their homes and be displaced. The economic conditions here are very bad.

2. Argentina

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Friends Argentina is the second country in the world which has reached the verge of ruin in present time. Tell that Argentina is struggling with recession, debt, inflation and other economic problems.

3. Iran

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According to the information, the country is in the third worst situation according to the Migration Index. Iran is facing a number of economic sanctions by taking a direct fight with America. There the situation is bad due to recession and inflation. At present, Iran’s economic situation has deteriorated a lot.

4. Brazil

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Brazil is the fourth country in the world which has reached the verge of ruin. Explain that Brazil is greatly affected by economic problems, political instability and unemployment. Brazil’s Egyptian index score is 53.6.

5. Turkey

Turkey is the 5th country in the world which is proving weak on the economic front. Turkey has stood on the verge of ruin at present due to problem of unemployment and starvation.

What is SPG protection? Which the Gandhi family will not get now

New Delhi – Security of Special Protection Group or SPG is the best and high profile cover in VVIP security present in the country. Currently, three members of the Gandhi family, Congress President Sonia Gandhi, her son and former party president Rahul Gandhi and her sister party general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, were also protected by the SPG, which has now been decided by the Modi government to withdraw.Let us know who gets the protection of SPG and what are the provisions related to it. What kind of commandos are there, what responsibility do their officers have, what kind of weapons and vehicles do they carry with their convoys?

What is the responsibility of SPG?

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The SPG has been entrusted with the security of the Prime Minister of India, former Prime Minister and close family members. Since its formation in 1985, it has been providing unmatched security to its protected people at their offices, residences, during an event and traveling within or outside the country. This group works with the aim of ‘zero error’ and ‘culture of excellence’.

Specialty of SPG

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SPG deploys such select officers from various security agencies of the country, people have special leadership skills, they are highly professional, highly experienced in the field of security and have unmatched leadership skills to lead from the front. . This force has been prepared in such a way that there is no room left for scope of lapse.

What is the SPG Act, 1988?

According to the SPG Act, which came into force from 2 June 1988, all members of the group can be posted in India or outside India. All members of the group are always ready for active duty and can be deployed anywhere as per requirements. Currently, IPS Arun Kumar Sinha is its director. At present, SPG is said to be a force with 3,000 commandos,

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SPG Accessories

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SPG Commandos are equipped with ultra-modern assault rifles, earpieces for communication, boletproof vests, gloves, elbows and knee pads. SPG also has a convoy of state-of-the-art vehicles. Most of them are bolet-proof. These include armored BMW 7 Series cars, armored range Rovers, BMW’s SUP, Toyota and Tata vehicles.

Four Supreme Court decisions, which can change a lot in India

In the next few days, the Indian Supreme Court will hear some important decisions that can change a lot in the current situation of the country.

The current Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Justice Ranjan Gogoi is retiring on 17 November and Justice Bobde will replace him on 18 November.

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In such a situation, it is expected that before November 17, some big cases will be decided.

In this matter, the decision on which the most eagerly awaited decision is the Babri Masjid-Ram Janmabhoomi dispute in Ayodhya. When the Supreme Court decides on this, it will definitely be historic.

It is expected that the five-judge constitutional bench will decide on this matter between November 4-15. The bench is headed by CJI Ranjan Gogoi.

Apart from them, Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde, Justice Ashok Bhushan, Justice DY Chandrachud and Justice Abdul Nazir.

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Mohan Parasaran, former Solicitor General of the Government of India and Senior Advocate of the Supreme Court, says that the Ayodhya case is very sensitive, so even after the decision of the Supreme Court, a lot of care has to be taken.

Parasaran told BBC colleague and senior journalist Suchitra Mohanty, “The Ayodhya case is very sensitive both politically and religiously. It is a dispute more than four decades old. So whatever the Supreme Court decides, the atmosphere of peace in all communities Have to keep up. ”

Well-known senior advocate Geeta Luthra also agrees with Parasaran.

He said that whatever the decision of the court is, we have to welcome it and maintain the law and order situation at any cost.

Apart from the Ayodhya case, there are other important matters on which Justice Ranjan Gogoi will decide in his two weeks. These include cases like the Rafale Deal and the entry of women into the Sabarimala temple.

The three-judge bench headed by CJI Gogoi in the Supreme Court is set to hear the verdict on the Rafale deal. Apart from Justice Ranjan Gogoi in the bench, Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Justice KM Joseph are.

In the Rafale Deal case, the Supreme Court gave a clean chit to the Central Government of India in its decision on December 14, 2018.

However, many petitions were filed in the court to review this decision and on May 10, 2019, the Supreme Court reserved its decision on these petitions.

Petitions challenging the India deal of 36 Rafale fighter jets from France, which were heard by the Supreme Court, include petitions by former ministers Arun Shourie, Yashwant Sinha, senior Supreme Court lawyer Prashant Bhushan and Aam Aadmi Party MP Sanjay Singh Was.

All the petitioners appealed to the Supreme Court to review its previous year’s decision.

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In the next two weeks, the Supreme Court will also give its final verdict on the entry of women of all ages in the Sabarimala Ayyapa temple in Kerala, the South Indian state of India.

By the way, on September 28, 2018, the Supreme Court had given the right to women of all ages to enter the Sabarimala temple.

However, 60 petitions were again filed in the Supreme Court to review this decision.

A five-judge bench of the Supreme Court reserved its decision on all these petitions on 6 February 2019. This bench was also headed by Justice Ranjan Gogoi.

On 28 September 2018, Justice R. R, led by CJI Ranjan Gogoi. A bench of Fali Nariman, Justice AM Khanwilkar, Justice DY Chandrachud and Justice Indu Malhotra allowed women of all ages to enter the Sabarimala temple.

Unhappy with this decision of the Supreme Court, many institutions and groups filed petitions for its review. The Nair Service Society (NSS) and the Tantri (priest) of the temple are also among those who filed a review petition on the decision.

There has been a long and wide debate in India on the entry of women of all ages to Sabarimala. Feminist and progressive organizations have termed the denial of basic rights of women as not allowing women going through menstruation to go to the temple.

At the same time, many religious organizations argue that since Ayyappa is considered Brahmachari, women of 10-50 years should not be allowed to visit his temple.

Communist Party of India is the sixth dreaded terrorist organization in the world

The Communist Party of India (Maoist) has been declared by the US as the sixth most dreaded terrorist organization in the world.

According to the news of Hindustan Times, this has been said in a report by the US State Department. According to this report, in 2018 CPI (Maoist) killed 311 people in 177 attacks.

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However, according to Home Ministry data, the organization carried out 240 murders and 833 incidents of violence this year.

According to the US report, the CPI (Maoist) was responsible for 26 percent of the total terrorist incidents in India in the year 2018. At the second place was Jaish-e-Mohammed (nine percent). While no organization has been blamed for 37 percent of the incidents.

This report states that India ranks fourth in the list of countries affected by terrorism. Afghanistan, Syria and Iraq are preceded by India.

According to the US report, India is lacking on the way of sharing intelligence information due to which its system of taking action against terrorism has a negative effect.

Taliban (Afghanistan) ranks first in US report. It is followed by the Islamic State, Al Shabaab (Africa), Boko Haram (Africa) and the Communist Party of the Philippines. There is no response to this report from the Government of India yet.

Significantly, the US State Department also released a report in 2018 stating that the CPI (Maoist) is the fourth most dangerous organization in the world. He is responsible for most cases of violence in India. Because of this it is the largest violent rebel organization in India.

The list of the five most violent terrorist organizations in the world was released by the US-based National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Response to Terrorism.