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२००१ में आतंकवादियों ने संसद पर हमला किया, आज सांसदों ने ही कार्यवाही नहीं चलने दी

[नई दिल्ली]२००१ में आतंकवादियों ने संसद पर हमला किया लेकिन आज सांसदों ने ही कर दी कार्यवाही ठप्प| संसद के दोनों सदनों में आज भी लगातार दिन भर की कार्यवाही ठप्प की गई |विपक्षी पार्टिओं ने कावेरी+राफेल+ मदिर निर्माण के मुद्दे पर लगातार हंगामा किया |अच्छा होता शहीदों के बलिदान को सम्मान देने के लिए कम से कम आज के दिन लोक तंत्र की मर्यादा का पालन करते हुए कार्यवाही सुचारु रूप से चलने देने चाहिए थी |
वर्ष २००१ का 13 दिसंबर इतिहास में संसद पर कायराना आतंकी हमले के रूप में भी दर्ज है |
देश की राजधानी के बेहद महफूज माने जाने वाले इलाके में शान से खड़ी संसद भवन की इमारत में घुसने के लिए आतंकवादियों ने सफेद रंग की एम्बेसडर का इस्तेमाल किया और सुरक्षाकर्मियों को गच्चा देने में कामयाब रहे, लेकिन उनके कदम लोकतंत्र के मंदिर को अपवित्र कर पाते उससे पहले ही सुरक्षा बलों ने उन्हें ढेर कर दिया।
इस आतंकी हमले में मारे गए नौ लोगों को दोनों सदनों में आज श्रद्धांजलि दी गयी और उनके बलिदान को याद किया गया।
शीतकालीन सत्र के तीसरे दिन बृहस्पतिवार को लोकसभा की कार्यवाही शुरू होने पर लोकसभाध्यक्ष श्रीमती सुमित्रा महाजन ने संसद हमले के शहीदों को याद किया और सदस्यों ने कुछ पल मौन रखकर उन्हें श्रद्धांजलि दी।

22nd General J J Singh Retreats From Shiromani Akali Dal :Resigns

[New Delhi]General J J Singh Retreats From Shiromani Akali Dal :Resigns
Former Army Chief J J Singh has resigned from Akali Dal citing personal reasons.
Singh, who also served as the Governor of Arunachal Pradesh, had joined the Akali Dal ahead of the Punjab assembly elections in early 2017 and had unsuccessfully contested against chief minister Amarinder Singh from the Patiala assembly constituency.
In his resignation letter to SAD chief Sukhbir Singh Badal, he said he was resigning from the party for personal reasons.
Gen (retd) Singh was the first Sikh officer to become the army chief. He fought the 1965 and 1971 wars, apart from being among the architects of defeating Pakistani intruders in Kargil. He served as the 22nd Chief of the Indian Army from January 31, 2005, to September 30, 2007.

India CAUTIOUSLY Refuses To Connect Kartarpur Corridor with Dialogue Process

[Hyderabad,India]India Shows Happyness but CAUTIOUSLY Refuses To Connect Kartarpur Corridor with Dialogue Pak
External Affairs Minister Of India Smt Sushma Swaraj Wednesday said the Kartarpur corridor initiative is not connected with the dialogue process with Pakistan and talks can start the moment Islamabad stops terror activities in India.
Smt Swaraj, who is campaigning here ahead of the Telangana elections on December 7, was addressing a press conference.
. Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday has layed the foundation stone for the much-awaited corridor linking Gurdwara Darbar Sahib in Kartarpur – the final resting place of Sikh faith founder Guru Nanak Dev – to Dera Baba Nanak shrine in India’s Gurdaspur district.Punjab Cabinet Minister Novjot Singh Sidhu ,Centre Ministers Smt HarsimratKaur Badal ,HS Puri Also joined the Function .but Smt Sushma Swaraj declined Pak’s invitation She has also refused to join SAARC Meeting in Pakistan
Kartarpur Sahib in Pakistan is located across the river Ravi, about four kilometres from the Dera Baba Nanak shrine.
The Kartarpur corridor is expected to be completed within six months.

Trump Ticks John Abizaid For Ambassador’s Post In Saudi Arabia

[Washington] Donald J Trump Ticks John Abizaid For Ambassador’s Post In Saudi Arabia
Californian John Abizaid, is a fluent Arabic Speaking US general from the Iraq war who has written his master’s thesis at Harvard University about Saudi Arabia
Trump has been slow in filling key posts amid his promises to shake up Washington. But the absence of an ambassador in Riyadh, nearly two years into his presidency, has become more glaring amid rising tensions between the countries.
Abizaid requires confirmation from the Senate, which would appear likely as the retired four-star general has long enjoyed respect in Washington.
Shortly after taking over as CENTCOM commander, Abizaid told reporters that US forces were facing a “classical guerrilla-type campaign” from remnants of Saddam Hussein’s Baath Party.

Rahul Includes 78 Yrs Old HAL In His Arsenal :”Rafale Deal”

[Bengaluru] Rahul Includes HAL In His Arsenal :”Rafale Deal”
Congress president Rahul Gandhi today interacted with HAL employees and told that “Rafale is your right.”
He alleged that “temples of modern India are being attacked and destroyed; we cannot allow it to be done.”
“Rafale is your right; you are a 78-year-old company.
He said ,I understand that that you are hurt and I want to stand with you in your discomfort,”
Speaking to reporters after the event,Gandhi said Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman talked about lack of experience of HAL, but had said anything about the lack of experience of Anil Ambani, “who has been never built a plane in his life.”
Gandhi had been saying that had HAL been selected in place of Reliance Defence, it could have generated employment to scores of unemployed youth in the state.
However, the BJP and Reliance Defence have dismissed all the allegations as false.
Modi had announced the procurement of 36 Rafale fighters after holding talks with then French President Francois Hollande on April 10, 2015, in Paris.

Happy Raising Day 2 Def Accts Department

[New Delhi]Happy Raising Day 2 Def Accts Department
Oldest Department #defenceaccountsdepartment celebrating its own RAISING Day
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BJP Accuses Rahul Gandhi Of Playing In Pakistani Hands

[New Delhi] BJP Accuses Rahul Gandhi Of Playing In Pakistani Hands
The BJP on Saturday condemned as “shameful and irresponsible” Congress chief Rahul Gandhi remarks against P M Narendra Modi over the Rafale deal, saying no president of any party has ever used such language against a prime minister.
Union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad hit back at Gandhi after the Congress president alleged that there was “clear-cut” corruption in the Rafale deal and asked the prime minister to clear his position on the issue.
He also ruled out a joint parliamentary committee probe saying it cannot be done to satisfy the ego of an “ill-informed leader”.
Prasad accused Gandhi of “playing into the hands of Pakistan and China” by seeking the details of the Rafale fighter jets.
He also alleged that there was pressure for extraneous considerations and “bribe” for not finalising the Rafale deal during the UPA rule despite holding negotiations for years.
He said Reliance and Dassault had entered into agreement as early as 2012 when UPA was in power.
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Pak PM Imran Rattles On India for Cancellation Of Talks

[Islamabad,Pak] Pak PM Imran Rattles On India for Cancellation of Proposed Talks in NewYork.
India’s decision to cancel the foreign minister-level meeting in New York was “arrogant”, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said Saturday, asserting that he was “disappointed” by the New Delhi’s “negative” response.
India on Friday cited the “brutal” killing of three policemen in Jammu and Kashmir as well as the release of the postal stamps “glorifying” Kashmiri militant Burhan Wani for calling off the meeting between External Affairs Minister Smt Sushma Swaraj and her Pakistani counterpart Shah Mehmood Qureshi on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York this month.
Announcing the cancellation of the meeting, External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said in New Delhi that the incidents “exposed” the “true face” of Pakistan’s new Prime Minister Imran Khan to the world as well as Islamabad’s evil agenda behind the proposal for talks.
“The latest brutal killings of our security personnel by Pakistan-based entities and the recent release of a series of 20 postage stamps by Pakistan glorifying a terrorist and terrorism confirm that Pakistan will not mend its ways,” Kumar said.
“Disappointed at the arrogant and negative response by India to my call for resumption of the peace dialogue,” Prime Minister Khan said in a tweet.
“However, all my life I have come across small men occupying big offices who do not have the vision to see the larger picture,” he said in a sharp reaction to India’s cancellation of the meeting.
Kumar said talks with Pakistan after the “two deeply disturbing” developments would be “meaningless”.
“In view of the changed situation, there will be no meeting between the Foreign Ministers of India and Pakistan in New York,” he said.
Reacting to india’s remarks, Pakistan Foreign Office spokesman Mohammad Faisal said Friday that the “so-called ‘disturbing developments'” alluded to in the Indian statement predated the Indian agreement to hold the bilateral meeting in New York.
He said the alleged killing of a BSF soldier took place two days prior to the Indian announcement of its agreement to hold the bilateral meeting.

Khattar Donates Salary for Baba Banda Singh Bahadur School

[Jammu]Khattar Donates Salary for Baba Banda Singh Bahadur School
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Saturday paid obeisance at the Vaishno Devi shrine in Reasi district of Jammu and Kashmir.
Earlier in the day, Khattar laid the foundation stone of Baba Banda Singh Bahadur public school in Naushera sector near the Line of Control (LoC) in Rajouri district.
He announced a donation of Rs 31 lakh from the Harayana government and said he will be contributing his one month’s salary and Rs 1 lakh for the school.
Khattar also lauded the efforts of Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh in reaching out to the border residents and extending all possible support to mitigate their problems.

Top Court Lists a PIL Against RAFALE Deal

[New Delhi]Top Court Lists PIL Against RAFALE Deal
The Supreme Court on Wednesday agreed to hear next week a PIL seeking stay on the Rafale fighter jet deal between India with France.
A bench comprising
Chief Justice Dipak Misra and
Justices A M Khanwilkar and
D Y Chandrachud
considered the submissions of advocate M L Sharma that his plea be listed for urgent hearing.
In his PIL, Sharma alleged discrepancies in the fighter jet deal with France and sought stay on it.