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Obstruction to Vizhinjam port construction an anti-national act: Kerala govt

The Kerala government on Tuesday made it clear that the Vizhinjam sea port will become reality and attempts to obstruct its construction would be viewed as an anti-national activity. Kerala Fisheries Minister V Abdurahiman said there was a limit to which a government can be patient and it would be good if everyone understands that. He said that no one who loves the country, who is a patriot and wants to see the nation develop, would seek stopping the port construction. "To obstruct something which is going to be the backbone of the economic growth of the country is equivalent to anti-national activity. Neither the state nor the country would allow stopping of the project. "There is a limit to which a government, including the LDF administration, can be patient. It would be good if everyone understands that," Abdurahiman said while speaking at an expert meet and seminar, on the technical aspects of the under-construction port, organised by the Vizhinjam International Seaport Limited. Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan was expected to inaugurate the event, but could not be a part of it in person or via online mode reportedly due to health issues. However, other ministers of his cabinet were present there. State Ports Minster Ahammed Devarkovil, who also spoke at the event, said unlike what is being said in some media reports and also by some vested interests, it was not an 'Adani port' but that of the Kerala government. Devarkovil said of the Rs 7,500 crore cost of the project, more than half -- amounting to around Rs 4,600 crore -- was being borne by the state government and around Rs 818 crore has been sanctioned by the central government as Viability Gap Fund (VGF) -- the first time in the country that this was being provided by the Centre for a port construction. The remaining costs would be borne by Adani, the concessionaire, which would also take care of construction and operation of the port for a limited period of time, the Ports Minister said. Though the project was to be completed by 2019, work was delayed due to the natural disasters in the state and the subsequent pandemic, but in September 2023 Keralites would get a Onam gift in the form of the first ship berthing at the port, he said. Also Read: Singer Daler Mehndi's farmhouse among three sealed in Gurugram Both ministers also said that no land of the fisherfolk were acquired, no one was displaced, the coastal erosion in the nearby areas was not due to the project work and there has been no decrease in fish availability in the area as claimed by some persons. They said there will be huge economic gains for the state and the country when the port becomes a reality and urged the protestors to withdraw their agitation. Fisherfolk of Vizhinjam and other coastal areas have been protesting for the last more than four months and also led to violence on November 26 and 27. On November 27, after some persons associated with the protests were detained, a huge mob gathered outside the Vizhinjam police station and later violently attacked it, resulting in injuries to around 40 police personnel and damage to several police vehicles. In the wake of the violent attack, Kerala police decided to appoint Thiruvananthapuram Range DIG R Nishanthini as a special officer who would be in charge of security arrangements and law and order in areas under police stations of Vizhinjam, Thiruvananthapuram City and Rural areas as well as Coastal police stations of Kollam district, a release issued by the State Police Media Centre said. It also said that ADGP Law and Order M R Ajith Kumar has directed Thiruvananthapuram City Police Commissioner G Sparjan Kumar to form a special team to investigate the cases registered in connection with the Vizhinjam port strike. The ADGP has also ordered mobilisation of the entire state police for the next two weeks in view of the incidents of violence at Vizhinjam on November 26 and 27. Meanwhile, at the protest site near the port, where things appeared peaceful on Tuesday amidst heavy police presence according to visuals shown on channels, one of the priests spearheading the agitation said the Kerala CM and his cabinet have "betrayed" the fisherfolk. He alleged before a TV channel that ministers were claiming that five of the seven demands of the fisherfolk have been met, when in reality no one has been rehabilitated and no compensation or damages for loss of homes has been provided. He said if the CM and his ministers cannot provide any relief to the fisherfolk, they should resign from their positions instead of allegedly making claims of having accepted their demands. Regarding Monday's all-party meet held in the wake of the attack on the police station, the priest said the meeting was set up to fail by those who organised it. He said the fisherfolk were ready for talks if the government was ready to follow through on its promises made to them. On Monday, an all-party meet called for by the Kerala government in connection with the violent attack on Vizhinjam police station unanimously agreed that peace should prevail in the region but the Latin church -- which represents the anti-sea port protest council remained non-committal on the issue of their ongoing agitation. The government also said the cases registered would not be withdrawn. A case in connection with the attack on the police station was registered against 3,000 identifiable people from the region. Police, in the FIR, said around 3,000 people gathered at the station on Sunday to release one accused in a case registered on Saturday and other suspects - Leo Stanley, Muthappan, Pushparaj and Shanki - who were taken into custody. On Sunday, the police had lodged an FIR against at least 15 Latin Catholic priests, including metropolitan Archbishop Thomas J Netto, over the violence at Vizhinjam on Saturday. This story has been sourced from a third party syndicated feed, agencies. Mid-day accepts no responsibility or liability for its dependability, trustworthiness, reliability and data of the text. Mid-day management/mid-day.com reserves the sole right to alter, delete or remove (without notice) the content in its absolute discretion for any reason whatsoever

29 November,2022 10:32 PM IST | Thiruvananthapuram (Kerala) | PTI
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Singer Daler Mehndi's farmhouse among three sealed in Gurugram

Authorities sealed three illegally constructed farmhouses, including one belonging to Punjabi singer Daler Mehndi, located near Damdama lake at Sohna on Tuesday, a senior official of the department of town and country planning (DTCP) said. "These were unauthorised farmhouses in the reservoir area of the lake. All three farmhouses have been sealed. These were developed in the Aravalli range without any permission", said District Town Planner (DTP) Amit Madholia. The demolition-cum-sealing drive was carried out with the help of police force against three farmhouses in compliance of the NGT orders in Sonya Gosh vs State of Haryana matter. A team led by DTP Madholia, including ATP Sumeet Malik, Dinesh Singh, Rohan and Shubham carried out the sealing drive in the presence of duty magistrate Lachhiram, Naib Tehsildar, Sohna. Also Read: Maharashtra: Three men nabbed for poaching tiger in Pench Reserve A police team was deployed there led by Sadar Sohna Station House Officer (SHO). A senior officer of the department confirmed on condition of anonymity that one of the three farmhouses belonged to singer Daler Mehndi. His farmhouse was built on about 1.5 acre land, he added. This story has been sourced from a third party syndicated feed, agencies. Mid-day accepts no responsibility or liability for its dependability, trustworthiness, reliability and data of the text. Mid-day management/mid-day.com reserves the sole right to alter, delete or remove (without notice) the content in its absolute discretion for any reason whatsoever

29 November,2022 09:56 PM IST | Gurugram | PTI
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Maharashtra: Three men nabbed for poaching tiger in Pench Reserve

The forest department has apprehended three persons in connection with the poaching of a tiger in Pench Tiger Reserve in Maharashtra's Nagpur district, an official said on Tuesday. Acting on a tip-off, the field staff of Nagalwadi range and STPF conducted a search in the area near Surewani lake in the reserve on Monday evening, the deputy director of the reserve said in a release. Decomposed parts of a big cat, including paws and other remains, were recovered from the area, he said. Also Read: Prakash Ambedkar asks Uddhav-led Sena to clarify stand on alliance with MVA The forest department zeroed in on three persons from Surewani village and took them into custody, the official said. A team of the superintendent of police, Nagpur (rural) provided support for collection of forensic evidence, he said, adding that the remains were sent for post-mortem as per guidelines of the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA). This story has been sourced from a third party syndicated feed, agencies. Mid-day accepts no responsibility or liability for its dependability, trustworthiness, reliability and data of the text. Mid-day management/mid-day.com reserves the sole right to alter, delete or remove (without notice) the content in its absolute discretion for any reason whatsoever

29 November,2022 09:48 PM IST | Nagpur | PTI
Congress General Secretary KC Venugopal raises his hands with Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, party leader Sachin Pilot and the party state President Govind Singh Dotasra. Pic/ PTI

Ashok Gehlot, Sachin Pilot put up show of unity ahead of Rahul Gandhi's yatra

In a show of unity days after Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot called his former deputy Sachin Pilot a traitor, the two leaders seemed to put their power tussle on hold as they appeared together before the cameras. This is the Rajasthan Congress, All India Congress Committee (AICC) general secretary said at a press conference where he held the hands of both leaders. The Congress leaders were talking to reporters after participating in a meeting on preparations for the party's Bharat Jodo Yatra, scheduled to enter Congress-run Rajasthan on December 4. Venugopal recalled former party president Rahul Gandhi's remarks in Indore Monday, when he said both Gehlot and Pilot are assets to the party. Gandhi had been asked about Gehlot's traitor remark that had seemed to queer the pitch for the Rajasthan phase of the yatra led by him. Ashok Gehlot and Sachin Pilot have assured that the yatra (Rajasthan phase) will be the one of the most successful in the country. I am also sure that Rajasthan will also be the number 1 state, Venugopal told reporters in Jaipur. And senior party leader Jairam Ramesh tweeted, The Congress in the state is united and determined to ensure that it will be an outstanding success. And indeed it will be! Earlier, while going into the meeting, Gehlot too had recalled Gandhi's remarks. When Rahul Gandhi has said that our leaders are assets, then we are assets... where is the dispute then, the CM said. This is the beauty of our party that after our top leader says anything, there is no scope (for further argument), he said. Last week, Gehlot told NDTV that Pilot is a 'ghaddar' (traitor) who cannot replace him as CM as he had revolted against the Congress in 2020, and tried to topple the state government. In response, Pilot said such "mud-slinging" would not help. On leaders making statements against each other despite a party advisory, Venugopal said he has asked for a report on this from the state party chief. We will take this up separately, he added. Also Read: If BJP had worked in MCD, it would not have needed big campaigners: Kejriwal He said the people of the country have seen the real face of Rahul Gandhi, but a demoralised BJP was spreading lies about his yatra. We are very much united. Here, Ashok ji and Sachin ji both have already said the Congress is united in Rajasthan, he said. Venugopal said the yatra will not be a short term event, and the party will unitedly fight the next elections and win. Pilot said the Bharat Jodo Yatra was getting huge support, and lakhs of people from all classes will associate with it in the state. The yatra will enter Rajasthan in Jhalawar and will cut across the state in about 15 days. Ahead of this, Pilot's supporters seemed to have renewed their demand to replace Gehlot with Pilot as the chief minister. The BJP is worried because of the yatra. There is great enthusiasm among people to welcome the yatra to Rajasthan, the former deputy CM said. Pilot lost this post and was also sacked as the state Congress president after the 2020 rebellion against Gehlot by a group of Congress MLAs led by him. Gehlot said the BJP is trying to provoke Congress to gain advantage in the Gujarat Assembly elections. At the beginning of the meeting, both Gehlot and Pilot greeted each in the war room set up to prepare for the Rajasthan phase of Gandhi's long march, which began from Kanyakumari. Before the meeting, the CM told reporters that the main issue before the party in Rajasthan is the 2023 assembly election, and claimed that the mood is in the favour of the Congress. We will win the assembly elections. We have introduced several unique schemes and programmes which are benefitting people across the state. I get an overwhelming response from people when I go on visits. It means that the government is going to be repeated, he said. Gehlot said the BJP should bother about itself instead of commenting on the Congress. On reports of NITI Aayog Vice-Chairman Suman Bery's concern over the revival of the Old Pension Scheme, the CM said the NITI Aayog or the Reserve Bank of India should first tell what concerns they had raised at the time of demonetisation. He said the old scheme for government employees was revived in the state for the sake of social security. This story has been sourced from a third party syndicated feed, agencies. Mid-day accepts no responsibility or liability for its dependability, trustworthiness, reliability and data of the text. Mid-day management/mid-day.com reserves the sole right to alter, delete or remove (without notice) the content in its absolute discretion for any reason whatsoever

29 November,2022 09:27 PM IST | Jaipur | PTI
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Bengaluru: 22-year old woman sexually assaulted by bike taxi driver, his friend

A 22-year old woman was allegedly raped by a bike taxi driver and his friend, when she had hired the service to get dropped at a friend's place, police said on Tuesday. They said the incident is said to have taken place during the intervening night between Friday and Saturday, in the Electronic City Police Station limits. According to a police source, the victim is from Kerala. "The woman had hired a bike taxi to go from one friend's house to another. On the way, the bike driver took advantage and has taken her to his place, where he along with his friend have raped her. There was another woman along with them during the crime, who cooperated and then tried to hush it up," Bengaluru Police Commissioner Pratap Reddy said. Also Read: Mumbai: Man held for stalking two girls in Andheri, friend on run Speaking to reporters here, he said, as the victim was suffering from pain in her body parts, she visited doctors for medical help on November 26 afternoon, following which the police got the information about the incident that evening. "Police immediately registered an FIR and swung into action and have arrested all the accused. Also evidence has been collected from the spot with the help of forensic lab experts," he said, adding that further investigations are on. According to police, out of two accused- one was a bike driver and the other worked at a mobile store. One accused had a criminal case against him in the past. This story has been sourced from a third party syndicated feed, agencies. Mid-day accepts no responsibility or liability for its dependability, trustworthiness, reliability and data of the text. Mid-day management/mid-day.com reserves the sole right to alter, delete or remove (without notice) the content in its absolute discretion for any reason whatsoever

29 November,2022 08:33 PM IST | Bengaluru | PTI
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Maharashtra: FOB restored after accident at Balharshah station in Chandrapur

The restoration work has been completed on the foot over bridge (FOB) at Balharshah railway station, a portion of which collapsed resulting in the death one person in Maharashtra's Chandrapur district, a railway official said on Tuesday. The work on the FOB was completed on Monday night and the structure has been opened for passenger movement, the official said. A 48-year-old woman died and 12 persons were injured as they fell on a railway track after a pre-case slab of the FOB connecting platform 1 and 2 at Balharshah railway station fell on November 27. The FOB has been restored under the monitoring of the Railway Protection Force (RPF) and other officials and limited passengers are being allowed at a time on the structure, he said. Also Read: Maharashtra govt not serious in tackling measles outbreak: Rajesh Tope At least 90 labourers were deputed in shifts to complete the restoration work and 10 personnel supervised the task. All measures were taken to ensure smooth movement of trains, the official said. The work on a new bridge at the station is expected to be completed by the end of January 2023. The bridge will help ease the movement of passengers at the station, he added. This story has been sourced from a third party syndicated feed, agencies. Mid-day accepts no responsibility or liability for its dependability, trustworthiness, reliability and data of the text. Mid-day management/mid-day.com reserves the sole right to alter, delete or remove (without notice) the content in its absolute discretion for any reason whatsoever

29 November,2022 07:26 PM IST | Nagpur | PTI
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If BJP had worked in MCD, it would not have needed big campaigners: Kejriwal

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday took a dig at the BJP, saying if the saffron party had "worked" during its rule in the city's civic body, then it wouldn't have required so many CMs and union ministers to campaign for them for the MCD election. He said this while interacting with local residents during a door-to-door campaign in the Chirag Delhi area to seek support for the AAP ahead of the December 4 polls. Civic polls are due on December 4 and both the AAP and BJP have exuded confidence that they will emerge victorious. "There's garbage everywhere in the city. I'll clean the city if voted to power. The BJP abuses me day and night. We have made arrangements for water, we will take responsibility for garbage disposal too. Give one chance to AAP, and we will clean the city like never before," Kejriwal claimed. "We will make Delhi shine," the AAP supremo told residents. Several media persons also accompanied the chief minister during his campaign. Also Read: Maha-K'taka border: Confident of good outcome, says Bommai ahead of SC hearing Exuding confidence in winning the December 4 MCD polls, Kejriwal said that the AAP will win more than 230 seats and that the BJP will get less than 20 seats. "I can see the excitement in the citizens and I'm certain that AAP will get more than 230 seats. The BJP will not get more than 20 seats in the MCD. We talk about the work that we have done in the Delhi government but the BJP doesn't have the audacity to tell what work they have done in the MCD," he said. Reacting to the 'sting' videos and CCTV footage of AAP Minister Satyendar Jain released by the BJP, Kejriwal said, "BJP has started a video company now. Once a week they come up with these videos. Their morning show begins at 9 am and by 12 noon it turns into a flop show." On the BJP fielding chief ministers and Union ministers to campaign for the party ahead of the civic polls, Kejriwal said, "I've seen BJP fielding chief ministers and several other Union ministers for one municipal election. If they (BJP) would've worked in the MCD, they wouldn't have required so many ministers to campaign for them". Union ministers Rajnath Singh and Piyush Goyal, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar have campaigned for BJP candidates in the last few days. "And what do these ministers do? They only abuse me in their campaigns," Kejriwal alleged.

29 November,2022 07:08 PM IST | New Delhi | PTI
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Maha-K'taka border: Confident of good outcome, says Bommai ahead of SC hearing

Set for a legal battle with Maharashtra over the border dispute, Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Tuesday expressed confidence about a "good outcome", as he asserted that as per the Constitution and the States Reorganisation Act, the state's stand is justified. The Chief Minister is in New Delhi and held discussions with senior advocate in the state's legal panel Mukul Rohatgi, in the wake of the case coming up before the Supreme Court for hearing on November 30. "I have met Rohatgi on the border dispute, the advocate general has briefed things, I too shared inputs regarding the background on the Maharashtra-Karnataka border issue and we discussed the legal status. He told me that all the preparations have been made for tomorrow," Bommai said. Speaking to reporters after meeting Rohatgi in the national capital, he said, the important thing is the maintainability of Maharashtra's case. "In 2017, the then Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Deepak Mishra had framed preliminary issues regarding the maintainability of the case, which was challenged by Maharashtra. What should be our objections or arguments to it has been decided, and we are confident that as per the Constitution and the States Reorganisation Act Karnataka's stand is justified. We are confident of a good outcome," he added. The border dispute dates back to the 1960s after the reorganisation of states on linguistic lines. Also Read: Aarey car shed: SC permits Mumbai Metro to pursue its plea for felling 84 trees Maharashtra laid claim to Belagavi which was part of the erstwhile Bombay Presidency as it has a sizable Marathi-speaking population. It also laid claim to 80 Marathi-speaking villages which are currently part of Karnataka. Responding to a question on damages caused to Karnataka's vehicles in Maharashtra during the last couple of days, the CM said, such things have happened earlier too, "due to internal politics" in that state, as part of an attempt by political parties there, to "showcase their seriousness" on the border issue. "I had asked our Home Secretary and Chief Secretary to speak to their counterparts in Maharashtra to control such things and now it has been controlled to an extent," he said. To another query on people of more than 40 villages in Maharashtra, bordering Karnataka, wanting to meet him, with a demand to merge their areas with the state, Bommai said any further decision on this will be taken only after consulting all political parties in the state and legal experts. "This stand by them (people in border villages) is not new, I too have spoken about it.... but the issue is before the Supreme Court, so it has to be decided after consulting all political parties and legal experts," he said. Responding to a reported statement by leader of opposition Siddaramaiah, questioning as to why not include those villages of Maharashtra, as desired by the people there, Bommai called it a political statement. "When he (Siddaramaiah) was the Chief Minister a similar resolution was made, why did he not join them then? The question is not that, for joining parts of the other state, things have to be considered legally. I'm a responsible Chief Minister and everything has to be done within the Constitutional and legal framework," he added. This story has been sourced from a third party syndicated feed, agencies. Mid-day accepts no responsibility or liability for its dependability, trustworthiness, reliability and data of the text. Mid-day management/mid-day.com reserves the sole right to alter, delete or remove (without notice) the content in its absolute discretion for any reason whatsoever

29 November,2022 06:45 PM IST | Bengaluru | PTI
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Vistara to merge with Air India by March 2024

Singapore Airlines on Tuesday said Vistara will be merged with Tata group-owned Air India. Tata group owns a 51 per cent stake in Vistara, and the remaining 49 per cent shareholding is with Singapore Airlines (SIA). The Tata Group announced the consolidation of its airlines, Vistara and Air India. With this consolidation, Air India shall be India’s leading domestic and international carrier with a combined fleet of 218 aircraft, making it India’s largest international carrier and second largest domestic carrier, an official press release said. Air India, an airline fully owned by Tata Sons, has been the flag carrier of India. Tata Sons, via its fully owned subsidiary, Talace Private Limited (“Talace)”, had acquired 100 per cent stake in Air India on 27th January 2022, it said. Vistara, a 51:49 Joint Venture between Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines Limited (“SIA”) was established in 2013 and is India’s leading full-service carrier with international operations in Middle East, Asia and Europe. Vistara shall be merged with Air India post receipt of requisite approvals. As part of the merger transaction, SIA shall also invest Rs 2,059 crore in Air India. Post the consolidation, SIA shall hold 25.1% shareholding in Air India, the release further said. Also Read: Aarey car shed: SC permits Mumbai Metro to pursue its plea for felling 84 trees On this occasion, N Chandrasekaran, Chairman, Tata Sons said, "The merger of Vistara and Air India is an important milestone in our journey to make Air India a truly world-class airline. We are transforming Air India, with the aim of providing great customer experience, every time, for every customer. As part of the transformation, Air India is focusing on growing both its network and fleet, revamping its customer proposition, enhancing safety, reliability, and on-time performance. We are excited with the opportunity of creating a strong Air India which would offer both full-service and low-cost service across domestic and international routes.  We would like to thank Singapore Airlines for their continued partnership.” The transaction is estimated to be completed by March 2024. Goh Choon Phong, Chief Executive Officer, Singapore Airlines, said: “Tata Sons is one of the most established and respected names in India. Our collaboration to set up Vistara in 2013 resulted in a market-leading full-service carrier, which has won many global accolades in a short time. With this merger, we have an opportunity to deepen our relationship with Tata and participate directly in an exciting new growth phase in India’s aviation market. We will work together to support Air India’s transformation program, unlock its significant potential, and restore it to its position as a leading airline on the global stage.” (with PTI inputs)

29 November,2022 04:57 PM IST | New Delhi | mid-day online correspondent
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Aarey car shed: SC permits Mumbai Metro to pursue its plea for felling 84 trees

Supreme Court permitted Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation Ltd to raise with the relevant authority its plea for felling 84 trees at Mumbai's Aarey Colony for constructing train ramps at its car shed project. A bench comprising Chief Justice D Y Chandrachud and Justice P S Narasimha took note of the submissions of Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, appearing for the Mumbai Metro, that the felling of 84 trees were needed for constructing ramps for the trains at the car shed. "The MMRCL should be permitted to pursue its application with the Tree Authority for felling 84 trees, the bench said and fixed the main pleas against the Metro project for final hearing in February next year. Also Read: Shraddha Walkar murder: Aftab undergoes post-polygraph medical examination Earlier, the apex court had in 2019 taken suo motu cognisance of a letter petition addressed to the Chief Justice of India by law student Rishav Ranjan seeking a stay on the felling of trees in the colony. The apex court had restrained the authorities from felling any more trees after the Solicitor General submitted on behalf of the State of Maharashtra that no further trees will be cut. The felling of trees in the colony has been opposed by environmentalists and residents. This story has been sourced from a third party syndicated feed, agencies. Mid-day accepts no responsibility or liability for its dependability, trustworthiness, reliability and data of the text. Mid-day management/mid-day.com reserves the sole right to alter, delete or remove (without notice) the content in its absolute discretion for any reason whatsoever

29 November,2022 04:36 PM IST | New Delhi | PTI
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Delhi: Woman beats man with slippers on stage of Hindu Ekta Manch program

A woman beat up a man with slippers on the stage of Hindu Ekta Manch's program in the Chattarpur area of Delhi on Tuesday. As per the visuals, the woman climbed onto the stage of Hindu Ekta Manch's program 'Beti Bachao Mahapanchayat' to express her issues. #WATCH | Chattarpur, Delhi: Woman climbs up the stage of Hindu Ekta Manch's program 'Beti Bachao Mahapanchayat' to express her issues; hits a man with her slippers when he tries to push her away from the mic pic.twitter.com/dGrB5IsRHT — ANI (@ANI) November 29, 2022 Also Read: Shraddha Murder: Delhi Court gives permission to produce Aftab for narco test While speaking on the mic, it appeared that a man is trying to push her away from the mic. The woman then started hitting the man with a slipper while several others came on the stage to move the woman away. Further details are awaited. This story has been sourced from a third party syndicated feed, agencies. Mid-day accepts no responsibility or liability for its dependability, trustworthiness, reliability and data of the text. Mid-day management/mid-day.com reserves the sole right to alter, delete or remove (without notice) the content in its absolute discretion for any reason whatsoever

29 November,2022 04:12 PM IST | New Delhi | ANI
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