Tribute to Dr.Shayama Prasad Mukherjee: Launch of B.J.P for India

Today, 6th July 2019 marks the birth anniversary of an true Indian politican, barrister, and academician Dr.Shayama Prasad Mukherjee, the only politician who dare  to challenge the Congress through formation of the Bhartiya Janta Party, after finding opininal differences with the Nehru led government, especially upon the issues of Jammu and Kashmir.

To give him tribute for the sacrifice and dedication he did to walk only on the paths that strengthen the unity and integrity of India, today B.J.P is holding B.J.P for India membership programme within various states  of our country.

The sorcerer itself who have the capability to make the impossible possible, our Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to visit Varanasi at 11:30am this morning for the launch of programme B.J.P for India. P.M.O will also elaborate his thoughts upon the Budget and is likely to discuss India’s growth trajectory in coming years in his speech.

On the another hand Amit Shah the charismatic politician, home minister of India and leader of B.J.P is also set to visit Telengana on this eve and probably talk about Dr. Shayama Prasad Mukherjee life as well as progress of  B.J.P as the true Democratic people’s driven party who have fought against the Family Driven parties to actually secure India from inside as well as from outside.

Mob runs riot in Delhi’s Mukherjee Nagar !

The incident which happened in delhi’s mukherjje nagar seems to be escalating after a video of sikh man fighting the cops has gone viral. In the video it can be seen the sikh man threatening the cops with his sword and then the cops trashing the man and his son on the road and then dragging them into the police station.

On Monday night, around 400 to 500 protesters gathered in front of mukherjee nagar police station and started protesting, demanding to sack all the cops involved in the incident. As reported earlier by Sudarshan News that three policemen have already been suspended for their unprofessional conduct and a formal investigation is going on.

A dozen of people were injured in the incident including the ACP, whom the mob attacked on sunday’s night. The protest which turned violent and resulted in the damage of at least 15 vehicles.

The police has registered a counter FIR against the mob. The Home ministry has has intervened in the matter and sought a report from the police commissioner.

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal visited the residence of the driver, Sarabjeet Singh. “The manner in which Singh was beaten was most brutal and barbaric, I condemn this assault,”Kejriwal said.

The Delhi Police unprofessional conduct has led in the escalation of the incident and the political parties are making this a political issue. The policemen should be trained to handle these type of situation and the should be dealt with more professional approach.

 

 

 

Driver fights cops with Sword in Delhi’s Mukherjee Nagar!

A video is going viral on internet in which  it can be seen the cops brutally thrashing the man who pulled out a sword on a busy street in Mukherjee Nagar.

The incident was not clear as some videos showed the Gramin Sewa driver chasing policemen with a sword in his hand, while others showed policemen thrashing him with lathis in an attempt to overpower him.

While talking to Sudarshan News a  senior police officer said, an accident between the tempo and a police vehicle occurred on Sunday evening, leading to an argument that soon turned violent. The officer said the tempo driver attacked police personnel on the head with a sword and also drove dangerously. The driver, however, accused the cops of thrashing him and his son mercilessly.

The incident turned political, with BJP MLA from Rajouri Garden Manjinder Singh Sirsa claiming that the policemen insulted the man by attacking his turban. Sirsa, a member of the Shiromani Akali Dal, was protesting outside the Mukherjee Nagar police station until late on Sunday.

Three policemen have been suspended for their unprofessional conduct in handling the matter and further legal action will be taken on the basis of the enquiry which will be conducted by Deputy Commissioner of Police (northwest) Vijayanta Arya and additional DCP and ACP of the district.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal Twitted,”Delhi Police brutality in Mukherjee Nagar is highly condemnanble and unjustified. I demand an impartial probe into the whole incident & strict action against the guilty. Protectors of citizens can’t be allowed to turn into uncontrolled violent mobsters.”

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh also hit out at the Delhi Police and asked Home Ministries intervention in the matter. “Shameful incident of @DelhiPolice ruthlessly beating up Sarabjeet Singh & Balwant Singh over a petty issue. Request HM @Amit Shah to ensure justice,” the senior Congress leader said in his tweet.

 

AIIMS Doctors to stay off strike on Monday.

AIIMS Delhi doctors have announced that they will withdraw their strike for Monday. The doctors cited patient care for calling off the strike. However the protest will continue to support Kolkata doctors.

In a press release, the AIIMS Delhi doctors said, “Keeping patient care in the center, hospital services would not be disrupted and shall continue as usual for now. In case the lock-jam does not end, we will be forced to resort to escalation of the protest.”

The press release also mentioned that the doctors were hopeful that the Bengal government would accept all the demands of the junior doctors in Kolkata and end the logjam as soon as possible.

The doctors said, “We remain dedicated to the primary reason why we entered this profession in the first place, to serve humanity to our fullest potential. Yet the question for our dignity and security remains.”

The doctors however said that they will not allow the disinterested attitude of authorities to undermine them and that they will continue to fight.

It is the patients who are suffering the most, while talking to sudarshan news patients said they have come in a hope to get them cured but the doctors are on stike and their is no one to attend them.

While in kolkata, the junior doctors agreed to meet Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee but demanded that the meeting be held in the open. Strikes are being held by doctors in West Bengal and other Indian states after two doctors died in Nil Ratan Sircar Medical College and Hospital (NRSMCH) when attacked by the family members of the patients.