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Meets PM Modi-Mamata, Param Bir’s protection against arrest will be challenged

ByJanice K. Merrill

Nov 24, 2021

Param Bir Singh’s protection from arrest could be challenged by the government of Maharashtra in South Carolina

In a massive development, sources have informed Republic TV that the Maharashtra government is likely to ask the Supreme Court to challenge the recent order which granted interim protection to former Mumbai CP Param Bir Singh. Sources have said that the Maharashtra government wishes to question Param Bir Singh about the series of “extortion” charges that have been brought against him. Four extortion offenses and one case of atrocities have been recorded in Maharashtra against the fallen cop for which three arrest warrants without bail (NBW) have been issued. The serious allegations against him make it important for investigators to question him, sources said. A high-level meeting was held yesterday in Mantralaya to discuss it.

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WATCH: Sachin Vaze won’t answer Republic’s questions, crawls behind escort cops

Sacked Mumbai police officer Sachin Vaze appeared before the Chandiwal Commission for cross-examination on Wednesday, which is investigating allegations of extortion and corruption by former Mumbai police commissioner Param Bir Singh , against the former interior minister of Maharashtra, Anil Deshmukh. Upon Sachin Vaze’s departure, Republic questioned the fired Mumbai cop about the fate of former Mumbai police commissioner Param Bir Singh, as well as former Maharashtra interior minister Anil Deshmukh.

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Center to allow an exit window period for crypto investors before initiating the ban: sources

As crypto markets skyrocket ahead of the introduction of a new cryptocurrency bill, Republic TV has learned that the Center will give cryptocurrency investors time to get out. According to the sources, a window will be given to investors who already have money in cryptocurrencies to make investments. India’s cryptocurrency ban will only be activated after the window period has ended.

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COAS MM Naravane highlights role of Indian army in liberation of Bangladesh

On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the liberation of Bangladesh, the Indian Army think tank Center for Land Warfare Studies (CLAWS) organized an event in which the Army Chief of Staff (COAS ), General Manoj Mukund Naravane, praised the efforts of the Bangla people who courageously fought for their right to liberty and independence in 1971. On Wednesday, Naravane spoke at an event organized by the army India to publish a book based on the liberation of Bangladesh titled “Bangladesh Liberation @ 50 Years of Bijoy”.

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Mamata Banerjee briefs on meeting with PM Modi; said discussed BSF, COVID and more

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi on Wednesday, where the two leaders discussed a number of issues ranging from BSF jurisdiction to state relief funds. . Speaking to the media after the meeting, Mamata Banerjee said she urged the prime minister to maintain the “federal structure” in the country and keep center-state relations out of politics.

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Subramanian Swamy puts Mamata Banerjee in the exclusive club of all-time Indian politicians

After the meeting in the nation’s capital on Wednesday, Bharatiya Janata party leader Subramanian Swamy praises West Bengal chief minister and Trinamool congressional supremo Mamata Banerjee. Relying on his official Twitter account, Subramanian Swamy listed the great leaders he has met or worked with, including Jayaprakash Narayan, Morarji Desai, Rajiv Gandhi, Chandrashekhar and PV Narasimha Rao, and stated that Mamata Banerjee was among the ranks of those who “meant what”. they said and said what they wanted to say ”.

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Devendra Fadnavis meets MNS chief Raj Thackeray ahead of Mumbai civic body polls

BJP main leader Devendra Fadnavis called Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) leader Raj Thackeray here on Wednesday, sparking speculation in the political circle about a possible rapprochement between the two parties ahead of crucial Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation elections ( BMC) early next year. .

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Congress calls on Amarinder’s wife and MP Preneet Kaur to explain “anti-party activities”

In a significant development, the Congress party on Wednesday issued a show cause notice to Captain Amarinder Singh’s wife and Patiala MP Preneet Kaur, accusing her of engaging in “anti-party activities”. In the letter, Harish Choudhary, head of TIAC Punjab, claimed that several complaints had been lodged against Preneet Kaur by party members and MPs from Patiala regarding his “anti-party activities”. Choudhary explained that after former Punjabic CM Amarinder Singh launched her own outfit, open announcements and other statements were made by her supporting her husband.

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Sidhu calls Kejriwal poll ‘lollipop’, questions financial implication of pledges

As the polls in the Punjab approached, PPCC chief Navjot Singh Sidhu shot PAA chief Arvind Kejriwal, raising questions about the financial implication of his gifts on the Punjab’s coffers. Speaking to the media on Wednesday, Navjot Sidhu called AAP’s promise of free electricity and monthly income for women a “lollipop” and asked how he would fill out the monetary side of the polls.

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Germany: Angela Merkel’s golden age ends; 3 major parties join forces to form a new government

Weeks after its federal election in Germany, three parties agreed to form the country’s new government, The Associated Press reported citing Olaf Scholz, who is set to replace outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel. The Social Democrat, who emerged victorious by securing 25.7% of the total vote, said he hoped members of his parties would give the deal the green light within the next 10 days. Speaking more about the coalition, he said the new government will not seek “the lowest common denominator, but the politics of big impacts.”

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