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uttar pradesh: lucknow development authority razes illegal building owned by bsp mp

uttar pradesh: lucknow development authority razes illegal building owned by bsp mp

Tightening the noose on the unapproved or illegal structure development in the city, the Lucknow Development Authority (LDA) on Sunday razed an under-construction building. The building was being raised after an injection was raised by the Archaeological Survey of India.The property was being developed by former BSP MP Dawood Ahmad near the protected site of 'residency'.Uttar Pradesh: LDA razesillegal buildingThis latest development comes after Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had earlier warned over the illegal and unapproved construction across the state. Sources have informed Republic TV that earlier the Lucknow development Authority had issued multiplenotices to the BSP MP regarding the construction of the building being illegal. However, instead of halting the construction, Daud Ahmad had moved to the High Court but had not got any relief.As the LDA demolished the illegal building, officials of Lucknow Development Authority officials and Lucknow Police officials were also present at the site.Earlier in March, CM Yogi Adityanath-led BJP government had razed an illegal structure built by a person named Shahid, who is said to be a close associate of Mukhtar Ansari, a strongman MLA from Mau in Lucknow.The Lucknow Development Authority (LDA) team had demolished the fourth floor of Rani Saltanat Plaza located next to Sahu Cinema in Lucknows Hazratganj district. All the 10 illegal shops on the fourth floor of the plaza were demolished.READ | Woman accuses Lucknow hospital doctors, staff of raping her mother; victim dies laterDMs told to crack down on illegal sand mining and storage in Uttar PradeshEarlier in June, the Uttar Pradesh geology and mining department has directed District Magistrates to carry out geo-tagging of the places where sand has been stored and to install CCTV cameras for a vigil on the activities of contractors to check illegal mining and storage during the monsoon.An official had said thatcontractors have expedited work in major rivers across the state and a large quantity of sand has been dumped across Bundelkhand and eastern Uttar Pradesh. In a letter to the District Magistrates, secretary, geology, and mining, Roshan Jacob had said that the permission to store sand at the dumpsites was given to ensure that adequate sand was available for construction during the monsoon.READ | BJP central leaders take stock of partys organisational matter in Lucknow(Image: Republic TV)

This latest development comes after Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had earlier warned over the illegal and unapproved construction across the state. Sources have informed Republic TV that earlier the Lucknow development Authority had issued multiplenotices to the BSP MP regarding the construction of the building being illegal. However, instead of halting the construction, Daud Ahmad had moved to the High Court but had not got any relief.As the LDA demolished the illegal building, officials of Lucknow Development Authority officials and Lucknow Police officials were also present at the site.

Earlier in March, CM Yogi Adityanath-led BJP government had razed an illegal structure built by a person named Shahid, who is said to be a close associate of Mukhtar Ansari, a strongman MLA from Mau in Lucknow.The Lucknow Development Authority (LDA) team had demolished the fourth floor of Rani Saltanat Plaza located next to Sahu Cinema in Lucknows Hazratganj district. All the 10 illegal shops on the fourth floor of the plaza were demolished.

Earlier in June, the Uttar Pradesh geology and mining department has directed District Magistrates to carry out geo-tagging of the places where sand has been stored and to install CCTV cameras for a vigil on the activities of contractors to check illegal mining and storage during the monsoon.

An official had said thatcontractors have expedited work in major rivers across the state and a large quantity of sand has been dumped across Bundelkhand and eastern Uttar Pradesh. In a letter to the District Magistrates, secretary, geology, and mining, Roshan Jacob had said that the permission to store sand at the dumpsites was given to ensure that adequate sand was available for construction during the monsoon.

in ghaziabad fake hate video case, up police file chargesheet naming 11 people: sources

in ghaziabad fake hate video case, up police file chargesheet naming 11 people: sources

In a massive development in the Ghaziabad fake hate video case, the Uttar Pradesh Police has filed the chargesheet naming 11 individuals on Sunday. Sources informed Republic TV that Kallu Gurjar and Parvesh Gurjar have been named the main accused in the chargesheet filed by the UP Police. Sources further added that the court is yet to take cognizance of the chargesheet that has been filed. Kallu Gurjar, one of the main accused named in the chargesheet, has been identified as the one seen trimming the old man's beard in the fake hate video that surfaced.Ghaziabad fake hate video caseOn June 15, acontroversybroke out on Twitter after several news media outlets and handles peddled a 'communal narrative' over a video of an elderly man being assaulted in Uttar Pradesh. The video which had no sound showed an elderly man, Abdul Samad Saifi, being assaulted and his beard being forcibly cut by unknown persons. Publications began claiming that the man was assaulted by the miscreants who allegedlyasked him to chant slogans of Jai Shri Ram and Vande Mataram.Later, the investigationrevealed that the man was assaulted by members of his own community after the 'amulets' (tabeez) that he made for them did not work.After severalpublications gave the incident a communal spin, the UP policeregistered an FIR against Twitter, Twitter India, and 7 others over the Ghaziabad fake hate video accusing the social media platformof enabling 'criminal conspiracy against the state.Republic's investigation has showed how the Ghaziabad police went all-out to reply to each tweet peddling the fake communal news, but received little to no help from Twitter, being allowed to be outgunned by the handles sharing the false narrative.Twitter has been booked under Sections 34 (common intention), 120-B (criminal conspiracy), 153 (provocation with intent to cause riot), 153-A (promoting enmity on grounds of religion), 295-A (deliberate act to outrage religious feelings) and 505 (statements conducing to public mischief) of the IPC. This development comes just days after the social media giant lost its 'safe harbour' immunity implying that its top executives may face criminal action for third-party content. Meanwhile, Samajwadi Party leader Ummed Pahalwan Idrisi was arrested in connection with this case on June 19 and remanded to 14-day judicial custody.READ | Twitter India MD files caveat petition in Supreme Court in Ghaziabad fake hate video case

On June 15, acontroversybroke out on Twitter after several news media outlets and handles peddled a 'communal narrative' over a video of an elderly man being assaulted in Uttar Pradesh. The video which had no sound showed an elderly man, Abdul Samad Saifi, being assaulted and his beard being forcibly cut by unknown persons. Publications began claiming that the man was assaulted by the miscreants who allegedlyasked him to chant slogans of Jai Shri Ram and Vande Mataram.

Later, the investigationrevealed that the man was assaulted by members of his own community after the 'amulets' (tabeez) that he made for them did not work.After severalpublications gave the incident a communal spin, the UP policeregistered an FIR against Twitter, Twitter India, and 7 others over the Ghaziabad fake hate video accusing the social media platformof enabling 'criminal conspiracy against the state.

Republic's investigation has showed how the Ghaziabad police went all-out to reply to each tweet peddling the fake communal news, but received little to no help from Twitter, being allowed to be outgunned by the handles sharing the false narrative.

Twitter has been booked under Sections 34 (common intention), 120-B (criminal conspiracy), 153 (provocation with intent to cause riot), 153-A (promoting enmity on grounds of religion), 295-A (deliberate act to outrage religious feelings) and 505 (statements conducing to public mischief) of the IPC. This development comes just days after the social media giant lost its 'safe harbour' immunity implying that its top executives may face criminal action for third-party content. Meanwhile, Samajwadi Party leader Ummed Pahalwan Idrisi was arrested in connection with this case on June 19 and remanded to 14-day judicial custody.

uttar pradesh eases covid-19 restrictions from july 5; cinema halls and gyms to reopen

uttar pradesh eases covid-19 restrictions from july 5; cinema halls and gyms to reopen

The Uttar Pradesh governmenthas announced relaxations in the COVID-19 lockdown restrictions after noticing a decline in the number of coronaviruscases in the state. The new guidelines will be effective from July 5.Taking cognizance of the COVID-19 situation, CM Yogi chaireda high-level meetingin the state on Friday.The state government has allowed cinema halls, multiplexes, and stadiums in the state to open from Monday while following strict COVID-19 protocols. However, the weekend lockdown will still continue.Guidelines for cinema halls & multiplexesThe decision to ease the lockdown comes after several businesses faced losses during the pandemic. Considering theproblems sympathetically, CM Yogi allowedcinema halls andmultiplexes to reopen. He further stated thatthe operators will have to strictly follow the guidelines issued by the government in cinemas and multiplexes and legal action will be taken under the Covid-19 Epidemic Actif the guidelines are violated. No arrangement for food and drink in the cinema hall. Only packaged food will be provided to the visitors. Tickets will be booked online. In places where online booking is not available, tickets will be available through the window. Ticket buyers will keep a distance of six feet from each other. The entire cinema hall will be sanitized after every show. Health ATMsAnother major decision taken by the state government in the meeting was to set up health ATMs acrossvillages and towns. These health ATMs will have equipment and staff to measure body mass index, blood pressure, body fat, plus rate, oxygen content. Technicians will be trained to operate it.READ | Instagram to develop its version of Twitter's Super follows with 'Exclusive Story' featureCOVID-19 cases in Uttar PradeshAccording to the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Uttar Pradesh on Friday reported109new COVID-19 cases with 260 recoveries and10 deaths. The total active cases of the state remain at2,687 with16,80,980total recoveries and 22,601deaths.READ | Kiren Rijiju slams Rahul Gandhi's 'July came, vaccine didn't come' jibe; states factsCOVID-19 cases in IndiaIndia reported46,617 new coronavirus cases in the last 24 hours. While India's active caseload (5,09,637) declines by about 86% active casesconstitute 1.67% of total cases. Total recoveries across the country stand at 2,95,48,302 with59,384 patients recovered in the last 24 hours.The recovery rate climbeda mark of 97.01 per cent and the weekly positivity rate remainedbelow 5 per cent i.e.2.57 per cent.READ | 40 million children in Pakistan didn't receive polio vaccine due to COVID outbreak: UNICEFThe concentrated efforts of the Indian Council of Medical Researchin augmenting and diversifying COVID-19 testing facilities have made it possibleto prepared medical and healthcareinfrastructure to function as per India's requirements. The testing capacity has ramped up too. ICMR has achieved the milestone of conducting 40 crores testing. According to ICMR, over 18,80,000 COVID-19 testing samples were conducted on July 1.READ | US: Pet owner gets stuck on a tree while rescuing cat; firefighters rush to save both(Image Credits: PTI/ANI)

The decision to ease the lockdown comes after several businesses faced losses during the pandemic. Considering theproblems sympathetically, CM Yogi allowedcinema halls andmultiplexes to reopen. He further stated thatthe operators will have to strictly follow the guidelines issued by the government in cinemas and multiplexes and legal action will be taken under the Covid-19 Epidemic Actif the guidelines are violated.

Another major decision taken by the state government in the meeting was to set up health ATMs acrossvillages and towns. These health ATMs will have equipment and staff to measure body mass index, blood pressure, body fat, plus rate, oxygen content. Technicians will be trained to operate it.

According to the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Uttar Pradesh on Friday reported109new COVID-19 cases with 260 recoveries and10 deaths. The total active cases of the state remain at2,687 with16,80,980total recoveries and 22,601deaths.

India reported46,617 new coronavirus cases in the last 24 hours. While India's active caseload (5,09,637) declines by about 86% active casesconstitute 1.67% of total cases. Total recoveries across the country stand at 2,95,48,302 with59,384 patients recovered in the last 24 hours.The recovery rate climbeda mark of 97.01 per cent and the weekly positivity rate remainedbelow 5 per cent i.e.2.57 per cent.

The concentrated efforts of the Indian Council of Medical Researchin augmenting and diversifying COVID-19 testing facilities have made it possibleto prepared medical and healthcareinfrastructure to function as per India's requirements. The testing capacity has ramped up too. ICMR has achieved the milestone of conducting 40 crores testing. According to ICMR, over 18,80,000 COVID-19 testing samples were conducted on July 1.

uttar pradesh: woman converting to islam moves delhi high court seeking protection

uttar pradesh: woman converting to islam moves delhi high court seeking protection

A woman who converted from Hinduism to Islamhas approached the Delhi High Courtseeking protection for herself and her family stating that they are facing life threatsand being witch-hunted by the UP police. In addition, the woman has also claimed that she is being harassed by themedia and vigilante groups. This comes amid the recent forced religious conversion racket that was unearthed and the anti-conversion law that is in effect in Uttar Pradesh.Woman reaches out to Delhi Highcourt and seeks protectionAccording to reports, the woman, who works in Delhi andbelongs to Shahjahanpur in Uttar Pradesh, sought protection for her and her family as also her right to privacy. She stated that because of her decision to convert to Islam, she and herfamily are being targeted and malicious content is being published in media which should be stopped immediately. The petitioner (woman) is an adult and she is protected by the Constitution to choose her own faith and she cannot be targeted and harassed for the choice she makes with regard to the religion she follows, the petition said. The Advocate,Kamlesh Kumar Mishra who represents the woman has informed that thepetition is likely to come up for hearing on Wednesday. The plea said thatRenu Gangwar alias Ayesha Alvi converted to Islamon May 27 in Delhi and since June 23, when she was in Shahjahanpur, she started getting calls from media persons requesting for a meeting. However, Alvi has said thatshe refused to meet the media persons. The plea added that the media persons showed up at her placewithout her permission and took her photographs and videos. It further adds thatshe started getting calls threatening that her conversion news will be published in media and she would be arrested and demanded money.READ | 'Akin to terrorism', says Ravi Kishan on conversion; MoS Reddy points out foreign fundingIn addition, the plea stated that one of the personsforcibly took Rs 20,000 while others too tried to extort money from her and her family. It said thatabsurd and imaginary details are being reported in media regarding her conversion. The woman has said that shegave a complaint to the Delhi Police Commissioner on June 24,seeking immediate intervention for her protection with regard to her conversion to Islam on her own free will and without any threat or coercion from anyone but no action has been taken on her complaint yet.READ | SAD leader, Manjinder Singh Sirsa, lands in Delhi with victim of alleged forced conversion There is no other option other than approaching this court for immediate directions to stop the harassment of the petitioner, said the plea, filed through advocate Kamlesh Kumar Mishra and Nitin Kumar Nayak. Additionally, it sought to direct theauthorities to ensure that the woman is not taken away from the jurisdiction of the courtby force or coercion by any government agency or person and she and her family be granted protection and not harassed or interrogated regarding her conversion. The plea has also sought direction to the medianot to publish or broadcast any malicious content regarding her and not to divulge her personal details and also remove the contents already shown. The plea has sought todirect the UP agencies to not harass the woman or any other person who have not converted in the state of UP and on whom the provisions of the UP Prohibition of Unlawful Religious Conversion Ordinance, 2020 does not apply. TheDCP, SHO of Jamia Nagar Police Station, Delhi government, Director General of UP Police, UP government have been marked as parties.READ | UP Conversion Racket: Insider confirms Umar Gautam's link to Zakir Naik and Bilal PhilipWith PTI Inputs

According to reports, the woman, who works in Delhi andbelongs to Shahjahanpur in Uttar Pradesh, sought protection for her and her family as also her right to privacy. She stated that because of her decision to convert to Islam, she and herfamily are being targeted and malicious content is being published in media which should be stopped immediately.

The petitioner (woman) is an adult and she is protected by the Constitution to choose her own faith and she cannot be targeted and harassed for the choice she makes with regard to the religion she follows, the petition said.

The Advocate,Kamlesh Kumar Mishra who represents the woman has informed that thepetition is likely to come up for hearing on Wednesday. The plea said thatRenu Gangwar alias Ayesha Alvi converted to Islamon May 27 in Delhi and since June 23, when she was in Shahjahanpur, she started getting calls from media persons requesting for a meeting. However, Alvi has said thatshe refused to meet the media persons. The plea added that the media persons showed up at her placewithout her permission and took her photographs and videos. It further adds thatshe started getting calls threatening that her conversion news will be published in media and she would be arrested and demanded money.

In addition, the plea stated that one of the personsforcibly took Rs 20,000 while others too tried to extort money from her and her family. It said thatabsurd and imaginary details are being reported in media regarding her conversion. The woman has said that shegave a complaint to the Delhi Police Commissioner on June 24,seeking immediate intervention for her protection with regard to her conversion to Islam on her own free will and without any threat or coercion from anyone but no action has been taken on her complaint yet.

There is no other option other than approaching this court for immediate directions to stop the harassment of the petitioner, said the plea, filed through advocate Kamlesh Kumar Mishra and Nitin Kumar Nayak.

Additionally, it sought to direct theauthorities to ensure that the woman is not taken away from the jurisdiction of the courtby force or coercion by any government agency or person and she and her family be granted protection and not harassed or interrogated regarding her conversion. The plea has also sought direction to the medianot to publish or broadcast any malicious content regarding her and not to divulge her personal details and also remove the contents already shown. The plea has sought todirect the UP agencies to not harass the woman or any other person who have not converted in the state of UP and on whom the provisions of the UP Prohibition of Unlawful Religious Conversion Ordinance, 2020 does not apply. TheDCP, SHO of Jamia Nagar Police Station, Delhi government, Director General of UP Police, UP government have been marked as parties.

uttar pradesh cm yogi wishes candidates on bjp's 'historic' up zilla panchayat polls win

uttar pradesh cm yogi wishes candidates on bjp's 'historic' up zilla panchayat polls win

Solidifying Bharatiya Janata Party's ground-level governance and hegemony in Uttar Pradesh, the party victoriously triumphedthe Zila panchayat elections on July 3. Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath congratulated all the winning candidates and expressed triumphant joy by taking to Twitter.Seeminglya precursor to 2022 polls, BJP's clean sweep inUP Zilla Panchayat polls remains "historic" as the ruling party won 67 of 75 seats while Akhilesh Yadav's Samajwadi Party could secure 6 seats.Conclusively, polls' results affirm the notion thatpeople at the local and ground-levelseem satisfiedwith the CM Yogi-led government.Taking to Twitter, UP CM Yogi Adityanath congratulated candidates and wished well for their "bright tenure". UP CM Yogi Adityanath wrote, "Hearty congratulations from my side to all the winning candidates for the post of District Panchayat President in the three-tier Panchayat elections. This victory of all of you will give more strength to the Panchayati Raj system of India. Best wishes to all of you for a bright tenure." Yogi Adityanath (@myogiadityanath) July 3, 2021 BJP clean sweepinUP Zilla Panchayat pollsAcknowledging BJP's "historic" in Uttar Pradesh's Gram Panchayat elections, CM Adityanath stated on Twitter, "The historic victory of BJP in the election of District Panchayat President in Uttar Pradesh is the result of the public welfare policies of the respected Prime Minister. This is a manifestation of public confidence in the established good governance in Uttar Pradesh. Thanks to all the people of the state and hearty congratulations on victory!"READ | BJP sweeps UP Zila Panchayat polls; Samajwadi Party alleges 'election rigging' ! Yogi Adityanath (@myogiadityanath) July 3, 2021 Meanwhile, speaking exclusively to Republic TV,Cabinet Minister in UP government, Sidharth Nath Singh said, "It show people have faith in BJP, its a good sign. We are happy about it as it shows trust of people in the CM Yogi government."READ | Voting for zila panchayat chairman posts underway in Uttar PradeshUpon being asked about Samajwadi Party's (SP) secured seats inUP Zilla Panchayat polls, he said that SP has been creating hue and cry by calling this a semi-final. He mentioned that what counts is the actual real work on the ground level and serving in the interest of people and not merely in the name of politics.READ | Uttar Pradesh polls 2022: Owaisi ally Om Prakash Rajbhar proposes '5 CMs in 5 yrs' formula Singh also said, "Idon't know what they (SP)will say now. They will make excuses now bevause it'sa good victory for BJP before the 2022 election." BJP's win inUP Zilla Panchayat polls 2021 is definitely a reflection of public confidence in the ruling party.

Seeminglya precursor to 2022 polls, BJP's clean sweep inUP Zilla Panchayat polls remains "historic" as the ruling party won 67 of 75 seats while Akhilesh Yadav's Samajwadi Party could secure 6 seats.Conclusively, polls' results affirm the notion thatpeople at the local and ground-levelseem satisfiedwith the CM Yogi-led government.

UP CM Yogi Adityanath wrote, "Hearty congratulations from my side to all the winning candidates for the post of District Panchayat President in the three-tier Panchayat elections. This victory of all of you will give more strength to the Panchayati Raj system of India. Best wishes to all of you for a bright tenure."

Acknowledging BJP's "historic" in Uttar Pradesh's Gram Panchayat elections, CM Adityanath stated on Twitter, "The historic victory of BJP in the election of District Panchayat President in Uttar Pradesh is the result of the public welfare policies of the respected Prime Minister. This is a manifestation of public confidence in the established good governance in Uttar Pradesh. Thanks to all the people of the state and hearty congratulations on victory!"

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Meanwhile, speaking exclusively to Republic TV,Cabinet Minister in UP government, Sidharth Nath Singh said, "It show people have faith in BJP, its a good sign. We are happy about it as it shows trust of people in the CM Yogi government."

Upon being asked about Samajwadi Party's (SP) secured seats inUP Zilla Panchayat polls, he said that SP has been creating hue and cry by calling this a semi-final. He mentioned that what counts is the actual real work on the ground level and serving in the interest of people and not merely in the name of politics.

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