Bhagwat Expresses Displeasure At The Court’s Delay In Deciding The Ayodhya Case

New Delhi: The entire Sangh Pariwar is once mobilized on the issue of Ram Temple when Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat on reiterated his demand that the Narendra Modi government should enact a law for building the Ram temple in Ayodhya as the Supreme Court was not giving priority to the case.

Addressing the “Hunkar Sabha” organised at Nagpur by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP), alongside with its grand religious congregation in Ayodhya for the Ram temple, Bhagwat also expressed his displeasure at the court’s delay in deciding the case, saying “justice delayed is justice denied.”

“If the apex court, either due to lack of time or due to its inability to understand the sentiments of the public, is failing to give priority to the case, it is up to the government to quickly bring a law for the construction of the temple,” he said. The decision on the temple case should come before the Lok Sabha elections, but it did not, he added.


Bhim Army Chief Chandrashekhar Azad Demands Ayodhya To Be Named As Saket

New Delhi: Bhim Army chief Chandrashekhar Azad said that he will visit the temple town on Monday to urge the authorities to ensure that the rule of law prevails. Referring to the renaming spree of the BJP government in Uttar Pradesh, he said the Yogi Adityanath dispensation should rechristen Ayodhya to Saket, claiming it was the “name of the area during the Buddhist time”.

“What is happening in Ayodhya right now is nothing but another attempt by the BJP and the Sangh Parivar to whip up communal frenzy, instigate violence and then use the bloodshed to polarise voters to benefit the party in the 2019 elections,” Azad alleged.

The chief of the Dalit outfit said, the country should be run according to the Constitution and whatever judgement the Supreme Court pronounces on Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid title suit should be respected by all.


Senior PDP Leader Along With Some Others Join BJP With Their Supporters

New Delhi: After major political drama in Jammu and Kashmir governor dissolving Assembly, Senior PDP leader Vikas Bhatti, Swarnkaar Sangh district president Ashutosh Kapoor and Purani Mandi Shopkeepers’ Association president Rakesh Jandial, along with their supporters, joined the BJP in the presence of party state president Ravinder Raina in a function held at the party headquarter in Jammu.

BJP state general secretary Yudhvir Sethi, state secretary Ajay Pargal and state BJP All Morcha in-charge Munish Sharma were also present on the occasion. Raina expressed his gratitude to the leaders and their supporters for joining the BJP and hoped that the newcomers would work hard and provide their services to the party and the society.


Magnificent Mary Records Sixth Gold In World Boxing

New Delhi: India's M C Mary Kom on Saturday won a historic sixth gold in the Women's World Championships, the mother-of-three doing without breaking a sweat what no other woman boxer has done or known before. The 35-year-old Mary Kom outclassed Ukraine's Hanna Okhota in an unanimous 5-0 verdict in the 48-kg category summit bout. The Olympic bronze medallist came into the all-important bout optimistic of adding to her five world championships titles, and, without an iota of doubt, she walked the talk against Okhota. The feisty Manipuri now has an incredible six gold medals and one silver in the World Championships. The last time she won the top prize in the showpiece was in 2010, in Bridgetown, Barbados.


Modi’s Former Minister, Telugu Desam Party Leader Raided By ED

New Delhi: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has seized six high-end cars, including Ferrari, Range Rover and Mercedes-Benz, reportedly belonging to TDP MP Y S Chowdary and has summoned him for questioning next week in connection with an alleged Rs 5,700 crore bank loan fraud case, officials said Saturday. The agency said it took the action under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) after it conducted searches at eight premises of the Sujana Group in Hyderabad and Delhi on Friday.

The ED said that Chowdary, a sitting Rajya Sabha member of the Telugu Desam Party (TDP), was the man behind the Sujana Group of companies and it has gathered evidence that "all directors of various Sujana Group of companies act under his instructions". The agency said the high-end cars seized were registered in the name of dummy companies. The TDP MP, considered close aide of Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister and party president N Chandrababu Naidu, has been summoned for questioning on November 27 in the case, it said. Chowdary was a Minister of State (MoS) in the Union cabinet before Naidu quit the NDA early this year over the Centre's refusal to grant special status to Andhra Pradesh