Tamil Naidu: AIADMK MLA’S mobile liquor Scheme sale to Ease Hardship of people

AIADMK MLA U Thaniyarasu has urged the government to make liquor accessibility to ease the harship of the people of Tamil Naidu while speaking at the State assembly, he proposed to establish mobile liquor sales for people in the remote areas of the state.

Speaking to which he further added,”The government is selling and people have decided to drink. so why put them through hardship for getting liquor? I urge the government to ensure easy sale of liquor either by opening more shops or selling liquor through mobile shops”without him everyone in the assembly was surprised by his proposal. According to him, people need to stand in long queues to get liquor just like to get a movie tickets of a superstar, we can ease this struggle by vanishing the distance as by implementing door-to-door mobile liquor services.

He also pointed the accidents and the risks that can be reduced by implementing this services. U Thaniyarasu represents the Kangeyam constituency. He is a member of Kongu  llainagar Peravai an ally of the ruling AIADMK party. His words have came out when the ruling party AIADMAK have promised to reduce the TASMAC shop in a mannered phased wise system.

Few days ago several residents of Peraiyur have been demanding the closure of TASMC shops, despite which in 2019 Lok Sabha elections  an independent candidate from Tamil Naidu had promised 10 litres of free liquor every month if they make him to win the elections.

Sabrimala opening: Tension prevails as police evict protesters

Tension prevailed Wednesday morning in Kerala’s Nilackal, the main gateway to Sabarimala, after the police used force to disperse devotees opposing the entry of girls and women of menstrual age into the hill shrine.Acting tough, the police, deployed in large numbers in Nilackal, some 20 kms away from the Sabarimala hilltop, also removed a makeshift shelter erected by a protesting group Sabarimala Achara Samrakshana Samiti. The protesting group of devotees had been staging a sit-in chanting Ayyappa mantra in the shelter in protest against the Supreme Court order permitting women of all age groups to enter the shrine.

The protesting people, who were fewer in numbers, ran from the spot when the police initiated action in the early hours Wednesday when they tried to block the buses from the key entry point to the temple.Hours ahead of opening of the hill shrine for the monthly prayer, the police said they would not let anyone to block the movement of the people.Taking the full control of Nilackal, Police also warned against those who create hurdles in the ways of pilgrims to the hill shrine.

The police took strong action against the protesters after some of them checked the vehicles heading to Pamba and prevented the women in the age group of 10 and 50 from entering the hill shrine.A couple from Tamil Nadu, aged 45 and 40, on their way to Pamba, were forced to get down from the KSRTC bus Monday night allegedly by some activists of the Sabarimala Achara Samrakshana Samiti.Although the couple had said that they would go only up to Pamba and not climb Sabarimala, the activists prevented them.

The police later took them to safety.Some activists of the Sabarimala Achara Samrakshana Samiti, who had stayed back at Nilackal, also allegedly prevented the media persons from carrying out their professional duty. Crew of various TV news channels were asked to leave the place. They could return the spot after more policemen were deployed in the area.Around 500 police personnel, including women, have been deployed in Nilackal to ensure a safe passage to the pilgrims to the Lord Ayyappa temple.

Meanwhile, another group of devotees said they would stage a Gandhian style peaceful protest in Pamba.The shrine located on the mountain ranges of the ecologically fragile Western Ghats opens later in the evening for the first time after the recent Supreme Court.Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has said no one would be allowed to block devotees from proceeding to Sabarimala.

Groups of women devotees including senior citizens, clad in traditional sarees, had stopped each and every vehicle at Nilackal Tuesday.Besides private vehicles, devotees even stopped and inspected Kerala State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) buses and asked young women to get out of them Tuesday.Very few police personnel were present when the incidents happened.

Protesting women had said no women belonging to the banned age group of 10-50 will be allowed to travel further from Nilackal and offer worship at the shrine.The temple would be closed on October 22 after the five-day monthly prayer during the Malayalam month of Thulam.

IMD warns of heavy rains over weekend in Kerala and Tamil Nadu; states say they are prepared to handle any situation

The Kerala and Tamil Nadu governments have put state machinery on alert in view of the possibility that heavy rainfall may continue over the weekend due to the deepening of a low-pressure area over the southeast Arabian Sea.According to an India Meteorological Department (IMD) bulletin, the low pressure is very likely to become more marked during the next 12 hours and concentrate into a depression. It is likely to intensify into a cyclonic storm and move towards Oman’s coast thereafter. The IMD has also issued a red alert for Kerala’s Idukki and Malappuram districts on 7 October.

Meanwhile, rains continued to lash parts of Tamil Nadu and neighbouring Puducherry for the second day on Friday, prompting officials to declare a holiday for educational institutions in Tamil Nadu. Following forecast of extremely heavy rain on Sunday, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K Palaniswami held a review meeting at Chennai on Friday and issued a series of instructions to officials. These included asking collectors of coastal districts to take steps for the early return of fishermen who have ventured into the sea, an official release said.

In addition to medical assistance, officials were also instructed to keep ready adequate stocks of food and clothes that might be required in the event of people being evacuated to relief camps, the release said. Reservoirs with over 70 percent storage should be monitored, it .

Some parts of Kerala, including Kochi, Thrissur and Malappuram, received rains Friday.

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said five teams of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) have arrived in the state and they would be deployed in Wayanad, Palakkad, Idukki, Pathanamthitta and Kozhikode. The Indian Navy too has been asked to stay on standby to take up relief and rescue operations, if need be.

The shutters of the Neyyar and Aruvikara dams and Malampuzha dam in Palakkad were lifted Friday to release water in view of the forecast of heavy rains in the coming days. The state has ordered its officials to monitor water levels in all reservoir that hold water above 70 percent of their capacity.Officials also said shutters of the Idukki-Cheruthoni dam, Pamba, Moozhiar and Kakki dams in Pathanamthitta, Banasurasagar dam in Wayanad, Sholayar, Peechi and Chimini dams in Thrissur district would be opened, if necessary, after monitoring the water inflow.

The government has also issued a warning to people living on the banks of rivers including the Pamba and Periyar. Fishermen have been asked not to venture into the sea for the next few days. Tourists have been advised not to travel to hill stations, especially Munnar in Idukki and Nelliyampathy in Palakkad districts respectively.  Meanwhile, Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala said the government took the right decision in opening shutters of some dams in view of the low pressure hovering over the southeast Arabian Sea. Chennithala said if the government had taken such a step in August when the state witnessed a deluge, destruction and loss of life could have been avoided.

Kerala had witnessed the fury of the southwest monsoon in August, the worst in the last 100 years, which claimed 493 lives and left a trail of destruction in several districts.Fishermen association sources said about 1,000 fishermen, who had ventured into the sea from Kanyakumari, have not returned. The sources said authorities had issued a red alert, but they were not sure if the red alert message had reached the fishermen.

They had been asked to return before 5 October, but they have not, the sources said. The message would now be sent through the navy to the fishermen, they added.

Following sharp spells of rains in Chennai, Kancheepuram, Tiruvallur, Tirunelveli and Tuticorin in Tamil Nadu, educational institutions were closed, officials said.Meanwhile, Puducherry received heavy rains and an official said the union territory recorded 9.5 centimetre rainfall in the last 24 hours ending 8.30 am.Lieutenant Governor Kiran Bedi said the government machinery was geared up to tackle the situation. Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayansamy said educational institutions will remain closed in view of the rains.

Residential areas in Oulgaret and neighbouring municipal segments were waterlogged, throwing normal life out of gear.Government machinery was geared up to meet any exigency, official sources said.Farmlands were waterlogged and a farmer said the paddy he had raised on a large extent of land was flooded.




Heavy rains lash Puducherry, schools, colleges closed; red alert issued for all districts of Tamil Nadu

The India Meteorological Department has predicted moderate rain with some isolated incidents of heavy downpour for the next three days in Puducherry and Tamil Nadu.

Normal life was hit in Puducherry and its outskirts after heavy rains pounded the region on Thursday morning. A holiday was declared for several schools and colleges in the union territory in the wake of the intermittent rains which began on Wednesday night, PTI quoted officials as saying. Rainfall of 96.4 mm had been registered in Puducherry during the last 24 hours till 8:30 am on Thursday.

On the other hand, with the India Meteorological Department (IMD) forecasting predicted excessive rainfall in the state, the Tamil Nadu government on Thursday issued a red alert for all districts for October 7. While speaking to reporters,  K Satyagopal, commissioner (revenue administration), said, “We have passed circulars to the district administration to take necessary precautionary measures to avert mishaps. We urge people not to go to vulnerable places.”

Satyagopal also added that advisories had also been given to fishermen not to venture into the sea for fishing as it would be “rough and furious.”  State revenue minister RB Udhayakumar said that the government had taken all necessary steps to face the heavy showers. The district administrations have also been asked to ensure that relief camps were ready, should the need arise.

Meanwhile, the district collector in Puducherry chaired an emergency meeting of the Revenue and Disaster Management Department to review the rain situation, PTI reported. The weather department has predicted moderate rain with some isolated incidents of heavy downpour for the next three days in Puducherry and Tamil Nadu. Chennai weather also underwent a change with the city receiving moderate rains on Thursday.

“A low pressure area is very likely to form over Southeast Arabian sea by tomorrow. It is very likely to concentrate into a depression during the subsequent 36 hours and move northwestwards,” Deputy Director General of Meteorology, Chennai, S Balachandran said. Fishermen have been alerted to not enter the sea between October 6 and 8 8 over the South Kerala coast, Lakshadweep area, Comorin area, Southeast Arabian sea and Central Arabian sea, PTI reported.

Not just Modi, almost every Hindu of India is on target of the invaders

Five conspirators arrested before the assassination of Hinduism leader Arjun and Mumumbakai in Tamil Nadu

Five conspirators arrested before the assassination of Hinduism leader Arjun and Mumumbakai in Tamil Nadu Soon the murder was going to happen if the security agencies were not alert.

After the arrest of the conspirators of the assassination of Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi, the support of the opposition parties has given rise to somewhere, the snooping of all the sleeves who had already been targeted to those people who were the country’s culture

Goddesses are fighting for the sake of respecting the Gods .. In this order are again caught again. 5 Such conspirators who had taken the aim of fighting Hindutva in South India to Hindutva leaders fighting with missionary and Islamic terror .. After the disclosure, questions have been raised about the security of Hindu-Hindu leaders across the country. In the allegation of conspiracy to plot the killing of the leaders of Hindustan organizations in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. A. has been arrested five people.

Police said that on the basis of intelligence, Special Investigation Team detained four people who came here from Chennai. Another person, who arrived to receive the receipt, has been detained for questioning. Police told that all the people had come here to be in a marriage. However, inquiries revealed that his motive was to kill some Hindu leaders, including Hindu Makkal Kachi leader Arjun Sampath and Mukhambikai Mani, leader of Hindu Munani.

The police said that these people have received five screams. A case has been registered against these people under the Prevention of Illegal Activities Prevention Act and the conspiracy to plot the murder. All these accused have been kept in the Central Jail here, while security has been extended to those Hindu leaders. Terrorism related to these people has not been made,

But the police say that these people were in touch with the faction of the active ISIS in Jammu and Kashmir. Police say that these people wanted to create communal harmony and instability during the holy days of Puwan Ganesh Chaturthi on 13th September. At present, these arrests and so called secular groups and self-proclaimed intellectual classes are silent.

Police are investigating further with intense knowledge but this incident has left the question that why are the conspiracy of killing people against Hindus and Hindus who raise voice of Hindutva in this country, why are they not raised in the intellectual class? 

Imam was burnt alive in front of the mosque. No one else to burn … The sensation spread through the incident of burning the imam .

Once again, sensation has spread in all parts of the country when an Imam was burnt outside the mosque.

As long as someone could understand it, he got burnt to the Imam and went to the hospital. His death. The most sensational aspect in this case is that the attacker is not a man but a woman and he also came in the burqi Imam also talked for a while .. This shows that Imam was already familiar with women.

It may be known that sensation spread across the country at the time when an unknown Burqada woman in the Chennai city of Tamil Nadu killed the Imam by burning it with some flammable material. The police have not been able to recognize the woman till now. The incident occurred in office in front of the large mosque built in Triplicion area of Chennai. Police said that, when the Imam was praying on Monday evening at eight o’clock. Then there were five women, one of whom threw some liquid and set fire on the Imam.

After this the woman fled from there. In critical condition, the Imam was taken to the hospital. Where he died. The deceased’s name is Syed Fajruddin and his age was almost 60 years. They were imams of the large mosque. At around 8 o’clock in the night, the accused woman along with five women reached the office of Fajruddin, wearing a burqa. When other women were talking to Fajruddin, the accused woman threw a chemical on them and set on fire. After that he started running from there. During this, the friend of Imam tried to capture him, but he escaped.

Fazruddin was taken to a medical college hospital where he died after a few hours. The police said that after the prayers, Imam used to meet people every day in his office located on the High Road of Tripiliken. On Monday it was also meeting people like everyday. Only a substance was thrown at them and set on fire.

According to the police, the substance which was thrown over the imam was neither petrol nor kerosene. The doctor has not been able to find out even now. After this, the sample from Imam’s clothes and the spot has been sent to Forensic Lab for the test.