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Gorakhpur tragedy: In a losing battle against encephalitis, Yogi Adityanath must rise above rabble-rousing

On March 21 of this year, when Yogi Adityanath came to speak to Parliament for the last time, he spoke about the spread of Japanese encephalitis in eastern Uttar Pradesh and took a chicken Samajwadi Party, Bahujan Samaj Party and Congress.

Like five deputies in Lok Sabha, Yogi had been consistent in raising concerns about deadly encephalitis, which resulted in the deaths of a number of children in Gorakhpur recently.

In his last speech to parliament (pronounced after becoming Prime Minister of Uttar Pradesh), he said that he had always raised the question, but unfortunately, those who continue to talk about Dalit and the Muslim communities have not bothered to fight the illness.

Yogi added that the majority of child victims of the disease belonged to Dalit and other minority communities.

Archive the image of the BRD Hospital in Yogi Gorakhpur. Image PTIF of the BRD hospital in Gorakhpur. PTI
The best health care to combat encephalitis has been one of the main tips of Yogi policy.

He often organized demonstrations of various types in and around Gorakhpur, visited the BRD hospital (the only hospital in the city with a department of encephalitis) and met with the families of the affected children.

With the death of more than 100 children, including 42 in a two-day period at the BRD Hospital in Gorakhpur, the issue of encephalitis, its prevention and treatment, has plagued Yogi.

Now that he is the prime minister, he can not blame him. Young children are dying in their hometown, either because of the negligence of doctors; lack of medical facilities; the severity of the disease; interruption of oxygen supply; or for any other reason, including the criminal apathy of those who were at the helm in the past.
He will have to take responsibility for the loss of life.

The apathy shown by those associated with state administration and hospitals is appalling. A sort of approximation hake has permeated the system.

Perhaps, Yogi should return to some of the speeches he made in Parliament. He must then apply the same test on it.

If we go through the speeches of Yogi in Parliament, it seems that he has become a non-medical expert on encephalitis. As he is aware of all its nuances and possible corrective measures.

Now he has run the state for six months. It has a large majority in the Assembly. You do not have to spend time, energy and apply your mind to political management. Its time should only be devoted to governance and should remain focused on the problems of the State.

Yogi is also lucky to have her party at the Center. He was elected by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah and therefore has the full confidence of his party and the Center. Therefore, the Yogi can not have excuses.

Unfortunately, the death toll at BRD Hospital is a grim reminder that Yogi did not turn his words into deeds.

Although he visited this hospital five times – including August 9, one day before a suspected oxygen supply crisis took many lives – and is well aware that this disease affects children age group 0-15 from July to October each year, did not take any substantive action on the ground to inspire confidence.

These deaths and the habitual attitude of those in the bar shake their conscience.

This can not be a New India, where children are allowed to die because doctors hospitalize the desert; the supply of oxygen is irregular because a babu refused to make payments because his palms were not greased to his satisfaction; or because hospitals do not have the infrastructure to deal with an epidemic such as encephalitis, although this deadly disease is a four-decade phenomenon.

Let us consider the numbers of deaths, quoted by Yogi himself in his various speeches in Parliament: In 1978, Japanese encephalitis affected eastern Uttar Pradesh and caused havoc after the rains, from June to October-November.

Two-day remand for 6 securitymen in Ram Rahim’s cavalcade

A local court granted a two-day pre-trial detention to interrogate six Dera Sacha Sauda security men, who would have been asked to resort to violence if the verdict was not in favor of their guru.
Dera’s six disciples, including a driver, were identified as Ranjit Singh, 25, Sirsa, Dharmender, 27, Uttar Pradesh,

Anup of 30-year-old Haryana, 43-year-old Krishanpal Singh, 43-year-old Sangrur, Maninder Singh, 36-year-old Patiala and Sukhwinder Singh of Fatehabad.

All of them were reserved under the Weapons Act and relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code.

The six persons, including one driver, Ranjit Singh (25), Sirsa resident, Dharmender (27), resident of Uttar Pradesh,
Anup (30), resident of Haryana, Krishanpal Singh
(43), resident of Sangrur,
Maninder Singh (43), resident of Patiala, and

Sukhwinder Singh (36), a resident of Fatehabad, was brought before the court of the first judicial magistrate, where police ordered a one-week pre-trial detention, but was granted two days.

Manimajra station officer Harmanjit Singh told the magistrate that although the defendants were taken to Sirsa, they were denied entry into the dera by the army for security reasons.
Therefore, they needed more time to interrogate them so they could take them to Sirsa and arrest a man named Mithoo.

Police said he gave the defendant fuel, money, a car and a gun to come to Panchkula as part of Ram Rahim’s parade.

Defense lawyer Gagan Inder Singh objected to the claim that the defendants were “blind followers of the so-called god and were corrupted by the system because they were poor.” He said: “They are poor and have fallen into a trap.

As stressed HT, the defendant obtained ₹ 1,000 each and a 30-liter gasoline. Police said Mithoo had received instructions from Dera’s board of 11-12 members, mostly doctors and lawyers, after which the defendant had issued instructions.

STRAP / BLURB: The defendant would have had ₹ 1,000 each and a 30-liter gas box in the direction of the Dera address

Closing bell: Sensex, Nifty close flat; ITC, Tata Motors, Bharti Airtel, Coal India major losers

Mumbai: ESB Sensex closed at 31,662.74 after volatile investor transactions in South Korea. The highest NSE NSE reached 13.70 points, or 0.14% gold, 9,929.90, after dismantling between 9,964.85 and 9,917.20.

The Sensex benchmark index had opened higher at 31,738.74 and a size increase at 808.96 at the beginning of the session, allowing for positive indications in Asian markets.

Exemption from the reserve of benefits. The caliber had lost 147.86 points in the previous session.

Brokers said they were intended for domestic institutional investors (DII).
Negotiation of 12 countries to 63.98 (intra-day) against the dollar in the Forex market. Here are the latest updates on the market

■ 3:30 p.m .: ESB Sensex fermented 1 point more to 31,663, while Nifty 50 increased 14 points, from 0.14% to 9.930.

■ 14:33: ITC, Tata Motors and Coal India have losses of more than 1.89%, 1.42% and 1.23%, respectively. On suspension this time, M & M at 1.72%, Sun Pharma at 1.28% and Reddy’s Labs.

13:25: ESB Sensex increased by 6 points, only 0.02%, to 31,656, while the Nifty 50 increased by 6 points, or 0.07%, to 9,923. Pharma and Adani are the best, while Tata Motors, NTPC and Coal India are among the best.

■ 12:40: Reliance Industries Ltd earns a profit of 0.2% less after the stock became ex-bonds today. The company will allocate 1: 1 free shares to its shareholders.
Previously, RIL had six consecutive sessions and a 7% increase during that period. So far this year, it has gained almost 45%

The S & P BSE real estate index increased 1.62%, the BSE S & P calculated 0.77%, and the BSE discretionary consumer goods and services index was 0.73%. The S & P BSE Sustainability Index is permanently lost at 0.12%.

■ 10.57am: Equitas Holdings Ltd rose from 1.6% to Rs 176.45 after a large block. Approximately 4.3% of the shares or 14.40 million shares of the bank in exchange in the two block operations, according to Bloomberg. However, the details of buyers and sellers were not known.

Kerala woman breathes in mortuary, dies later

Kottayam: In a strange event, a woman abandoned by an ambulance was found alive and moved to a private hospital where she died Wednesday night.

The woman, Rathnam, 52, Mansour de Muniswamy of Vandanmedu Puthuval Rathna Vilasam, of the Idukki district, is being treated at the Velammal Medical Hospital in Madurai.

Rathnam suffered from jaundice and liver and wake related diseases, and survived ventilator support at the hospital. Hospital sources should indicate that, in case of deterioration, there was no hope that she could live.

According to Vandanmedu police, the woman’s family moved against medical advice at their Vandanmedu home in the Idukki district, so their end could be at home.

While transported in an ambulance that was an oxygen facility, the parents thought it was dead after the body is dead.

The parents placed their bodies in a freezer without the opinion of the doctors to confirm the death.

However, it was when the body was taken to his home in Vandanmedu, neighbors who came to pay homage to the traces of life in his body.

Vandanmedu police are on time and police must go south and confirm that she is alive. Rathnam was later transferred to an intensive care unit at St Johns Hospital in Kattapana.

Shinu VR PRO hospital will inform DC that it will be extended to hospital and hospital, he and the life team in the body. However, she died late at night …

Dera chief Ram Rahim’s securitymen planned to free him. Police explain how

Haryana police succeeded in knocking out Dera Sacha Sauda’s chief, Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, the CBI Special Court in Panchkula to Rohtak jail only after failing against an alleged offer of his security agents to the official of the Haryana police.

However, an alert team led by Police Subcommittee Sumit Kumar has thwarted the offer of God’s commands to escape with Chief Dera said.

As for journalists in Gurgaon, Inspector General of Police (PGI) KK Rao said that as soon as the so-called man of God has been convicted, he demanded a “red bag” he had brought from Sirsa.

“Dera’s boss asked for the bag, saying that his clothes were in. Actually, it was a signal to his men to spread the news of their conviction among the fans so they can use the disturbances,” he said Rao.

He said that when the bag was removed from the vehicle, the sounds of the tear gas buoys launched about 2 km from the place were heard.

“It was then that we realized that there was a feeling behind the signal,” said Haryana police.

And what made the highest officials of the police was that Ram Rahim Singh and his adopted daughter were standing in the hall of complex court Panchkula for a long time, even though they were not supposed to, he said.

“They were trying to save time before sitting in the vehicle so that their men could spread the message that he was passing the court. They were told they could not stay here.

People were about 2-3 miles away and could have gotten closer. Whenever violence was wanted in Sector 1 as a victim it could have been more, “said the senior police official.

The police decided to have him sitting in the DCP Sumit Kumar vehicle instead of the vehicle he had arrived in, Rao said.

When we did sit in the vehicle, commands, deployed with him for several years, landed the boss of Dera, said Rao.

“Afterwards, DCP (Crime) Kumar and his team woke up with them and their commands were even beaten,” he said. “We had a lot of fun,” Rao said, adding that even the commands assigned to protect the man of God were armed.

Another threat the police perceived was about 70 to 80 vehicles, part of Chief Dera’s parade, which was parked next to a nearby theater, he said.

“We did not want to use the same road that 70 vehicles were standing, people in those vehicles would have carried guns,” he said.

Our priority was to take Baba into the helicopter site, he told himself and added that it is a challenge to make him sit in the police car, Rao said, adding that it was a decision to change the route.

“I asked a man in the army to have police vehicles (including the one with Dera’s boss) to move into the barracks. If people had the knowledge of our movement, they would have come to the country and layoffs could have taken place “said the IG.

As we were about to head towards the cantonment, Chief Dera’s private commanders were forced to cling to the police vehicle, he said. They were beaten again and placed in police custody, Rao added.

“Baba’s men had not had the nuance for over half an hour to know where they had taken him,” he said.

“We learned about the evacuation plan when we asked for the red bag.” Second, they were trying to save time. Third, why the men in 70 vehicles were standing, “he said.

The god was taken to the Sunaria prison in Rohtak through a helicopter, the police official said.

‘Dummy Vote’ For NDA Lawmakers A Day Before Vice President Election

'Dummy Vote' For NDA Lawmakers A Day Before Vice President Election

‘Dummy Vote’ For NDA Lawmakers A Day Before Vice President Election

NDA vice presidential candidate, Venkiah Naidu, talking to lawmakers
On Friday night, a day before the elections for the vice president, BJP lawmakers and their allies to participate in a workshop on how to vote.

The “shadow vote” is held at a meeting of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA), led by the BJP, to ensure a minimum number of null votes tomorrow.

The MPs elected 21 voters in the election of the President of India last month, most of the lawmakers of the BJP. Despite his presentation on the voting procedure.

At today’s meeting, they will practice how to vote on the ballot to do better. At a meeting of this week’s party, BJP leader Amit Shah, so he wondered how lawmakers could make a simple vote.

Regional party lawmakers, AIADMK, Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) and YSR Jagan Mohan Reddy of Congress also participate in the workshop today.

While these parties are not members of the NDA, they pledged to support M Venkaiah Naidu, the government’s candidate.

M. Naidu, a former union minister, will speak to legislators at today’s meeting and seek their votes. At the dinner after the meeting, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will join lawmakers and discuss them.

Only members of both Houses of Parliament, including designated members, vote in the elections for the vice president, unlike the presidential elections, where state legislators also vote.

NDA lawmakers beyond the opposition when the parliamentarians of both chambers are counted and that large-scale vote can not play a spoiler tomorrow to M. Naidu.
M. Naidu faces former West Bengal governor Gopal Krishna Gandhi, led by an 18-party opposition bloc. The new ally of the BJP, Janata Dal Unidas, Nitish Kumar made an earlier pledge to return M. Gandhi.

The CND must have a vice president of his choice after 10 years.

The current intensity of the NDA is 337 in the Lok Sabha and 80 in the Rajya Sabha. Congress AIADMK, TRS and YSR add another 67 parliamentarians in both chambers.

This means that M. Naidu has the support of 484 of the 790 parliamentarians from both chambers, with the exception of several designated members. He needs 395 to win.

Hizbul militant, civilian killed in gunfight in Kashmir’s Anantnag

Hizbul militant, civilian killed in gunfight in Kashmir’s Anantnag

Hizbul militant, civilian killed in gunfight in Kashmir’s Anantnag

Security forces killed a newly hired local activist Hizbul Mujahideen during the night in an artillery battle and an unidentified person died during the shootout that followed in the Anantnag district of southern Kashmir, police said Friday.

According to a police spokesman based in Srinagar, the militant identified as Yawar Shergujri Nissar alias Algazi was shot and two militants were able to give security forces to a slip under the cover of darkness.

The sources said the forces had coordinated the area Thursday night, but there was no contact with the militants until the end of the night.

The meeting, according to police, began around midnight Karvel, Anantnag district, 55 km from Srinagar.

“During the search operation, the terrorists fired on the investigation group, which triggered an exchange of shots. Around midnight, enjoying the darkness, two terrorists fired and managed to slip. Fire, “a statement said.

Yawar, 30, police said he was a worker on the ground and was wanted in many cases of stone stings. He was resident of Anantnag. “Yawar was a chronic stone peloteur who joined the militants there are only 30 days,” said one official.

A soldier of the Rashtriya Rifles 3, which has been identified as the roadside rifle Rohit Kumar, injuries also suffered.

Police also said an unidentified person, who was dressed in several layers, leading to a “Yamaha Libero with damaged license plate” was taken to the fire.
“No element that leads to identity or I-card can not be recovered. Two mobile phones (Nokia 1209 and jîvi-N300) were recovered from that person,” the spokesman said.

The telephone contact in the handset could not immediately avoid confirming his identity. The police try to determine the identity of the civilian population.

Internet services were blocked and restrictions can be placed on the area as Yawar’s body was handed over to his family for his burial.

More than 110 militants have died in Jammu and Kashmir between January and July of this year, while the figure was 150 to 2016.

On Thursday, two members of the Indian Army, including one of the main ones, and as many militants died in two separate battles in arms in the state of satisfaction.

Security forces succeeded on 1 August when a top Lashkar-i-Taiba militant Abu Dujana and his accomplice were killed in a meeting with security forces in the village of Hakripora in the Pulwama district.

On Doklam Standoff, China Says ‘Our Restraint Has A Bottom Line’

On Doklam Standoff, China Says 'Our Restraint Has A Bottom Line'

On Doklam Standoff, China Says ‘Our Restraint Has A Bottom Line’

BEIJING (Reuters) – China said it had shown “the greatest desire” in prolonged military expansion with India in the Sikkim sector, but warned that its “restraint” was a “final result.”

The reaction of China’s Ministry of Defense at the end of the night came a day after the Indian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that the peace and tranquility of the border between India and China are an important prerequisite for The success of bilateral relations.

Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj last month said India’s position in the deadlock more than a month in the Doklam region, saying that the two parties must first withdraw their troops from talks are held, the promotion Of a peaceful solution.

The clash began on June 16 after Chinese troops have begun building a road near the trijonie with Bhutan, which India declared a unilateral action by Beijing to change the status quo in the region.

New Delhi fears that road construction will allow China to remove India’s access to its northeastern states.

Ren Guoqiang, a spokesman for the Chinese Defense Ministry, in a statement called on the Indian side to quickly address the appropriate situation to restore peace and tranquility in the border region.
“Since the incident, China showed the greatest willingness and tried to communicate with India through diplomatic channels to solve the problem.

China’s armed forces have also demonstrated a high level of retention in the context of general bilateral relations and peace and stability in the region, “the spokesman said, according to a report by the state-run Xinhua news agency.

“However, goodwill has its principles and moderation in its outcome,” he added.

The spokesman urged the Indian side to abandon the illusion of its delay tactics because no country should underestimate the confidence and ability of Chinese forces to safeguard peace and its determination and willingness to defend national sovereignty, security and Development interests “.

The spokesman said that China’s armed forces resolutely protect territorial sovereignty and security interests of the country.

His comments also come after India National Security Adviser Ajit Doval, has met with his Chinese counterpart, within the framework of BRICS member countries summit of the NSA.

Sikkim standoff: China’s 15-page statement is a counter-intuitive treatise; we might be reaching the endgame

Sikkim standoff: China's 15-page statement is a counter-intuitive treatise; we might be reaching the endgame

Sikkim standoff: China’s 15-page statement is a counter-intuitive treatise; we might be reaching the endgame

Section two of China’s statement reads as follows: “On 16 June 2017, the Chinese side was building a road in the Dong Lang area. On June 18, more than 270 soldiers at the border with the India, carrying weapons and operating two bulldozers crossed the border Sikkim sector in Duo Ka La (Doka La) passes and exceeds more than 100 meters on Chinese soil to hamper the construction of roads on the Chinese side, causing tensions in the region.

In addition to two bulldozers, troops from the border with India that exceeded 400 people at some point have three tents and have advanced more than 180 meters on Chinese soil. At the end of July, still more than 40 were elements of the border with India and a bulldozer residing illegally in Chinese territory. ”

India has rejected the claims. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs had a short answer to the Chinese prepared statement. “India’s position on this issue and related facts was stipulated in our June 30 press release.

India believes that peace and tranquility in the border areas between India and China is an important prerequisite for the development of bilateral relations with China. ”

On the other hand, columnist Ajai Shukla, retired colonel of the Indian army, citing military sources claim that the greatest degradation of troops has already begun and that the two parties are now reduced to 40 each.
In his play to Business Standard, he wrote: “The 45-day confrontation with the Doka began to deteriorate. The main military sources said Business Standard that the number of Chinese border guards in the triangulation disputed border between India, China and Bhutan Has been reduced to only 40, from a peak more than 300 at the end of June.

Meanwhile, many Indian troops were also eliminated. From a peak of nearly 400 at the peak of the crisis, there are currently 150 Indian soldiers in the disputed Doka bowl. ”

So who says the truth – India or China? The answer is irrelevant.

Suites-border surgical attacks on terrorist assets in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (POK) provided a valuable strategic lesson. After his transfer, India gave Pakistan the denial of space needed to prevent a loss of prestige in the country.

Similarly, any solution to the crisis should include the honorable sticky exit option on both sides, as noted in a recent Firstpost article.

I-T raids on Karnataka minister: Rs 11 crore cash seized till now, searches on

I-T raids on Karnataka minister: Rs 11 crore cash seized till now, searches on

I-T raids on Karnataka minister: Rs 11 crore cash seized till now, searches on

BENGALURU / New Delhi: The collection of more than Rs 11 crore has been taken so far by revenue from tax services as part of the ongoing investigation into several related energy minister Karnataka local DK Shivakumar and its partners, as Part of a case of alleged tax evasion.

The minister oversaw the stay of 44 parliamentarians from the Gujarat Congress, in a complex on the outskirts of Bangalore, which were taken to the capital of Karnataka given the Rajya Sabha polls in his state.

The attacks continue in many places by the second day Thursday, they saw Detective I-T enter a number of documents, accounting books and financial documents.
Around Rs 8,33 crore cash was captured in Delhi, Rs 2.5 lakh Rs Bangalore 60 Mysuru the time, said a senior official.

“About Rs 11.43 crore in cash has been taken so far from different places. Some investigations and investigations are still active,” the official said.
He added that the evaluation of some jewelry found during the investigation is done from now.

Documents relating to real estate investments, including some alleged Benami, are analyzed by the department, the official said.
The department said the Shivakumar investigation in the case of an alleged tax evasion and huge investment not disclosed in real estate, jewelry and other industries.

Some investments that are linked to it Singapore and other places abroad are also under the control of the department, they said.

Some shell companies and their alleged operators related to this case are also probed, sources said Wednesday department.
In a move that has sparked a political storm, the I-T department has conducted research on 64 sites and related Shivakumar properties.

It was put in charge of 44 members staying at the Eagleton complex near here to keep the flock in place to prevent the BJP from “shining” before the Rajya Sabha elections in Gujarat, where Ahmed Patel, political secretary of the Congressional President, Sonia Gandhi, faces an uphill battle.

Congress to power in Karnataka plans to protest against attacks on Thursday morning Shivakumar, accusing the center of the “dictatorial” and “murder of democracy” attitude.

Shivakumar, a poor agrarian family, an influential leader of the Vokkaliga community and also one of the wealthiest countries of the Ministers of State.
According to the affidavit submitted by him for the 2013 assembly surveys, he had assets of Rs 251 crore, including his wife’s and children’s and liabilities of over Rs 104 crore.

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