A brief overview of the five important news items published in various newspapers and websites today …
1) Koshyar to the Governor Discussion in the Cabinet on the demand for removal from office
Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari is taking a stand against the decision taken by Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and the state cabinet, so there was a discussion in the cabinet to remove him, said Rural Development Minister Hasan Mushrif.
There is a picture of a dispute between the Chief Minister and the Governor in the state. This controversy has come up again and again in many cases. Recently, the letter sent by the Governor for the reopening of temples and the content of it showed that the atmosphere was heated. Therefore, the demand to remove the governor was discussed in the state cabinet.
This demand will be conveyed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi through NCP President Sharad Pawar. This news is given by Daily Sakal.
2) President of the State The Supreme Court rejected the demand to impose the regime
The Supreme Court has rejected the demand of dismissing the Maha Vikas Aghadi government in Maharashtra and imposing presidential rule. The petition was filed by Delhi-based lawyers Rishabh Jain, Gautam Sharma and social activist Vikram Gehlot. Loksatta has given this news.
He had claimed in the petition that law and order had deteriorated in Maharashtra. While dismissing the petition, the Supreme Court has slapped the petitioners.
The petition mentioned the attack on Madan Sharma, demolition of Kangana Ranaut bungalow, Sushant Singh Rajput death case. The petitioners had also demanded the deployment of armed forces not only in the state but also in Mumbai and neighboring districts.
“These are all incidents in Mumbai, for which presidential rule cannot be applied in the whole of Maharashtra. Do you know how big a state Maharashtra is?” Asking such a question, the Supreme Court struck down the petitioners.
“Also, if the petitioners want to go to the President for this, as a citizen of the country, you have the freedom to apply to the President,” Bobade said.
3) Inquiry of Jalayukta Shivar Yojana Wisely Decision made – remembered
Jalayukta Shivar Yojana was a benefit scheme implemented for the farmers. The decision to investigate the scheme has been wisely taken by Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray’s Mahavikas Aghadi.
If the plan is to be investigated, then the Shiv Sena ministers in the then coalition government should also be questioned, said Ramdas Athavale, president of the Republican Party of India (A).
The Jalyukat Shivar Yojana was started when the present Leader of Opposition Devendra Fadnavis was the Chief Minister. This plan is considered their ambitious plan. However, Mahavikas Aghadi has recently decided to investigate the Jalayukta Shivar Yojana, saying that complaints have been received about the scheme. It is seen that there are many reactions in the state. This was reported by Zee 24 Hours.
4) Mathura District Court accepted the petition in Shrikrishna Janmabhoomi dispute
Similar to the Ram Janmabhoomi in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh, the Shrikrishna Janmabhoomi dispute in Mathura has now been filed in court. A petition has been filed by the district court in this regard.
On Friday (October 16), the district chief justice of Mathura accepted a petition filed in the name of Lord Krishna Virajman. Earlier, the Chief Justice had dismissed a similar petition.
The petition seeks removal of a mosque near Shrikrishna Mandir.
The first petition was filed by a group of devotees and ‘Shri Krishna Virajman’ on September 26. It demanded removal of Eidgah and mosque in the area.
The entire 13.37 acres of land in this area is sacred for the devotees of Lord Krishna as well as for Hindus, the petition said. This was reported by Indian Express.
5) Re-apply Article 370 in Kashmir – Congress
The Center had last year decided to repeal Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir. Politics seems to be heating up again on this issue.
The Congress has also demanded re-imposition of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir after local parties in Jammu and Kashmir formed a coalition on the issue. Former Home Minister and senior Congress leader P.S. Chidambaram did.
“The central government should immediately reverse its decision to repeal Article 370. Citizens should welcome the decision of the mainstream parties to come together to regain the rights of the people of Jammu and Kashmir and the Congress. The Congress is committed to the rights of the people of Jammu and Kashmir,” Chidambaram said. This news has been given by Dainik Lokmat.