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The Sri Lankan ambassador to UP, engulfed in political upheaval with the influx of festivals, visited Ram Lalla in Ayodhya. At the same time, for environmental protection, the Minister of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries of the Central Government, Purushottam Rupala has sent lamps made of cow dung to Ayodhya. Once again pictures of former Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav distributing laptops to girl students surfaced. At the same time, the picture of the bullying of the guards in Noida also came to the fore. RSS volunteer attacked in Varanasi.
Let us introduce today’s 10 big news of UP through pictures…
1. Sri Lanka’s ambassador visited Ramlala in Ayodhya
Sri Lankan Ambassador to India Milinda Moragoda arrived in Ayodhya on Thursday with her family and team. Here he offered prayers at the Ram temple. Ambassador Milinda had also brought a stone of Ashok Vatika with her. Which he has handed over to the Ram Mandir Trust. According to mythological belief, Ashoka Vatika is the same place where Ravana kept Mother Sita after abducting her. Now this place is called as Sita Eliya. This rock will be placed in the Ram temple complex.
2. Minister sending ten thousand cow dung lamps for Deepotsav in Ayodhya
Union Minister for Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries, Purushottam Rupala, is sending ten thousand cow dung lamps to be lit in Ayodhya on the main festival of the fifth Deepotsav on November 3. He will leave it for Ayodhya on October 29. MP Lallu Singh said that under the guidance of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has presented the cultural significance of Ayodhya at the global level through Deepotsav. Organizing Deepotsav is helping in establishing Ayodhya on the map of world tourism. He told that in Sanatan Dharma the cow is the representative of divinity and natural grace.
3. Security in Noida Guards’ hooliganism
Once again the hooliganism of the security guards has come to the fore in the Hirise Society of Noida. A regiment was thrashed by the guards for not having a sticker on the car. Taking cognizance of the matter, the police have started investigation. The incident happened on Wednesday night, the video of which came to light on Thursday after it surfaced on social media. The matter has been told of Amrapali Sapphire Society located in Sector-45 of Noida.
4. Video of distributing money during the meeting in Mau surfaced on social media
The bugle of elections has sounded in UP. Money was distributed to mobilize the crowd in the Mahapanchayat of the Bharatiya Suheldev Party in Haldharpur, Mau. In this mahapanchayat, leaders of five other parties including Samajwadi Party national president Akhilesh Yadav had participated. At the same time, after the end of the program, Ramanand Buddh, MLA of Ramkola, Kushinagar, who was present on the stage, distributed money to his supporters to attend the program. Its video was recorded in the camera. On one hand, BSP’s national president Om Prakash Rajbhar was trying to make Akhilesh Yadav giggle by showing a crowd to him.
5Akhilesh Yadav distributed laptops in Azamgarh
SP supremo Akhilesh Yadav, who was on a two-day visit to Azamgarh district, distributed laptops among 138 meritorious people while addressing a public meeting in Sehda. Addressing the meritorious, EX CM Akhilesh Yadav said that our government used to distribute laptops among the meritorious. The UP government is not distributing laptops among the meritorious. Talking about giving a tablet instead of a laptop. We want to ask the government which tablet the government is distributing. Attacking the central and state government regarding inflation, he said that the prices of diesel, petrol, kitchen are increasing continuously.
6. Interns strike at Medical College in Muzaffarpur stalled treatment
On Wednesday, the MBBS intern registration counter of 2016 batch of SKMCH was closed due to the demand of scholarship. From 8 am to 1 pm, OPD registration was closed for 5 hours and created a ruckus. Slogged. Due to this, more than 2000 patients who arrived from remote villages of Dehat, Sheohar, Sitamarhi and Motihari of Muzaffarpur district had to return without treatment. Amidst the commotion and sloganeering, at around one o’clock, Superintendent Dr. BS Jha sent information to the students to convey their demand to the government. Then OPD opened. After this, about 125 patients could be registered.
7. Little Drones Are The Center Of Attraction At IIT Kanpur
On Wednesday, a 250-gram nano drone flew at IIT and it disappeared from sight. There was no sound in it at all. Whereas the Aarav drone believed only after driving away the enemy’s drone. UAV Impulse prepared a 3D map in the air and sent it to the mobile. The occasion was to organize a drone fair, in which more than one unmanned aircraft showed the power of security, vigilance and assistance. It not only flew in the air, but also spread its technology. Some were equal to the palm and some were four feet tall.
8. Electricity Engineer Arrested In Meerut Taking 2 Lakh Bribe
UP Vigilance Establishment’s Meerut team arrested Devendra Pachauria, engineer of UP Power Corporation, on Thursday on charges of bribery. In fact, the engineer had demanded a bribe of Rs 12 lakh from the director of the company in lieu of taking the paper hand over the route map of the power line shifting. Out of which 2 lakh were caught red handed. A case is being registered at the Civil Lines police station.
9. Explosives hurled at Varanasi RSS volunteer
Explosives were hurled at Pitarkunda Pokhare in Varanasi targeting Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) branch operator Vijay Jaiswal and other volunteers on Thursday. The branch operator and some volunteers were injured by an explosive material shrapnel. After getting information about the incident, the police of Sigra police station along with the team of forensic experts inspected the spot. Along with this, the footage of CCTV cameras installed around the spot is being scrutinised.