New Delhi, Jan 30: The European Parliament decided to postpone voting on a resolution regarding the newly amended citizenship law. The resolution was introduced by major groups across political leanings.
When the resolution was taken up in the 751 member House, 271 of the 483 MEPs present voted to delay the vote on the resolution. 13 abstained, while 199 did not want to delay the voting.
In one part of the report titled Analysis of Bank Accounts of PFI, the ED says that the organisation received Rs 120.5 crore. There is a direct co-relation between the dates of deposits and withdrawals and the dates of demonstration against the new citizenship law. ED sources confirmed to MyNation that the deposits were intentionally kept below Rs 50,000 as the identity would be disclosed.
In a startling report to the ministry of home affairs, the Enforcement Directorate has spoken about several suspicious financial transactions. The ED suspects that the amount was used to fund the protests against the newly amended citizenship law.
Under the scanner is an organisation called the Rehab India Foundation, which is linked to the Popular Front of India. The Intelligence agencies have often said that there are external elements who are fanning the violence. The money transactions were highest during December 2019, when the protests were most intense, the ED has also said.
New Delhi, Jan 27: The European Parliament will take up for discussions this week, issues such as the new Indian citizenship law and Article 370 being scrapped in Jammu and Kashmir.
A majority of the parliamentarians have filed resolutions in this regard and a crucial vote on these issues would take place this week after discussions. The parliamentarians say that the curbs and such issues would impact ties between India and the European Union.
New Delhi, Jan 21: The elections in Delhi are round the corner and the battle promises to be an interesting one. The question is whether the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) will return with a similar mandate as it did in 2015 or will it lose the battle to the BJP.
Leading psephologist, Dr Sandeep Shastri speaks with OneIndia about the trends in Delhi and who has their nose ahead in the elections. He says that looking at the recent trends, it is clear that the voter is making a distinction between national and state elections.
New Delhi, Jan 19: Several Congress leaders have come out and said that states cannot refuse to enact the new citizenship law relating to the persecuted minorities from Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan.
States such West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Kerala are some of the states that have said that the law will not be implemented.
The Intelligence Bureau has sounded an alert that amidst the ongoing violence around the Citizenship Law, several radical Islamic outfits would push for Love Jihad with greater vigour
Bengaluru: Blackmail, sexually abuse and convert them to Islam. This has been the pattern followed several Islamic outfits, who have for long indulged in Love Jihad.
The Intelligence Bureau has sounded an alert that amidst the ongoing violence around the Citizenship Law, several radical Islamic outfits would push for Love Jihad with more vigour. Areas such as Kasargod, Mangaluru, Lucknow and Delhi would witness cases of Love Jihad in a big way, the IB has warned.
New Delhi, Jan 07: The Uttar Pradesh government has begun the process of implementing the new citizenship law. The state, it may be recalled had witnessed large scale protests against the law that grants citizenship to the religiously persecuted minorities from Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan.
The district administrations have been directed to identified the minorities from the above mentioned countries. The law is applicable to the Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains, Parsis and Christians. The administration would prepare a list containing the names of these persons who had migrated from the three countries.
If one looks into the nature of the protests that have taken place, one can see a deliberate attempt to put Hindus in bad light; all this for the sake of CAA which only seeks to offer a sense of belonging to those minorities who have fled Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan
Barely two days after Islamist goons attacked the Nankana Sahib in Pakistan, a Sikh was shot dead at Peshawar on Sunday.
The 25-year-old Sikh youth has been identified as Rowinder Singh. He had arrived at Peshawar from the Shangla district in Khyber Paktunkhwa to shop for his wedding. This heart wrenching incident comes in the wake of scores from the Left protesting the newly amended citizenship law, which only aims at giving a home to the religiously persecuted from Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan.
New Delhi, Jan 04: Amidst the protests against the newly amended Citizenship Law, questions were asked why the Rohingya Muslims were not included. The law does not include the Rohingyas and only speaks about the persecuted minorities from Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan.
Union Minister Jitendra Singh made it clear that the law is not applicable to them. He, however, made it clear that the government’s next move would be regarding the deportation of Rohingya refugees as they will not be able to secure citizenship under the new law.