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Deputy CM Randhawa’s Son-In-Law Became Additional Advocate General, Attacked By Opposition

The foundation of a new controversy has been laid in the politics of Punjab. Tarunveer Singh Lehal, the son-in-law of Deputy CM Randhawa, has been appointed as Additional Advocate General drawing sharp criticism from the opposition Aam Aadmi Party, amidst the tussle over the appointment of DGP and Advocate General. The Home Department is also with Deputy CM Randhawa. According to the notification issued on Monday in this regard, this appointment of Advocate Lehal has been done on a contract basis till March 31. However, there is also an option to extend this appointment on an annual basis. Since then the opposition parties have become attackers on the Channi government. Advocates Tarun Vir Singh Lehal and Mukesh Chander Berry have been appointed as additional advocate general i...

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UP Elections 2022: SP MLA Subhash Pasi Joined BJP

MLA Subhash Pasi, who was expelled from the SP, took the membership of the BJP on Tuesday. He was given the membership of the party by the state president Swatantra Dev Singh. Earlier, Subhash Pasi was expelled from the SP citing anti-party activities. Subhash Pasi was the SP MLA from Saidpur assembly seat in Ghazipur district. He hails from the Dihiya village of the Devkali block of the district. He contested in 2017 on SP ticket and defeated BJP candidate Vidyasagar Sonkar. UP Elections 2022 Welcoming him to the BJP, State President Swatantra Dev Singh said that SP is sure to be wiped out in the 2022 assembly elections. BJP is once again going to occupy the power of the state with a thumping majority. The people of the state want development. He said that the people of t...

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‘Pegasus’ Investigation Report: Possible Revelations After 56 Days Can Become A Big Issue In The Election

The Uttar Pradesh elections, which are called the semi-finals of the power of the Center, are near. All political parties including BJP are busy preparing for the elections. This week the Supreme Court has constituted a committee to investigate the Pegasus spyware case. This committee has to submit its report to the Supreme Court in eight weeks i.e. 58 days. At that time the election preparations will be at its peak. After the presentation of the report, the Supreme Court will give the final verdict in the matter. If the report of the inquiry committee comes against the central government, the 'Pegasus' case can cause political injury to Yogi Adityanath and the BJP and if the central government gets a clean chit in the report, then the opposition's allegations will be exposed. 'Pegasus...

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Captain Denied The News Of Reconciliation With Congress, “The Time For Talks Is Over”

Amidst reports of talks with Congress, Captain Amarinder Singh has denied the news of reconciliation with Congress made it clear that now the time is over. The reports of behind-the-scenes talks with Congress are also false. The decision to break away from the party was taken after much deliberation and now it is final. Captain Amarinder Singh said, "I am grateful to Sonia Gandhi Ji for her support but I will no longer be in Congress now. I will start my party soon and after the farmers' issue is resolved, I will talk to the BJP about seat-sharing. I want to build a strong collective force in the interest of Punjab and its farmers." On Wednesday itself, Captain Amarinder Singh had announced to contest the next assembly elections with the new party. The name along with the election sym...

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Cryptocurrency May Be Recognized In The General Budget To Be Presented In February!

There is news of relief for those who want to invest in cryptocurrency or have invested in this currency. According to sources, the Indian government is not planning to ban cryptocurrencies anymore. According to a Business Today report, even bringing this currency under the legal framework is likely to be discussed in the upcoming budget in the month of February itself. The Indian government is preparing to regulate cryptocurrencies in the budget to be presented in February. The report quoted Finance Ministry officials as saying that legislation covering cryptocurrencies could be discussed in the upcoming budget to make the cryptocurrency a legal tender now. Finance Ministry discussing the law The report says that the finance ministry officials are discussing laws to regulat...

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