Recently, President Murmu had invited the guests who had come to Delhi to attend the G20 conference for a banquet. President of India was written for the first time in this invitation itself.
Amidst the ongoing controversy over ‘Bharat’ and ‘India’ for the past few days, the Central Government has made a major change in its official note regarding Prime Minister Modi’s visit to Indonesia. Under the new change, ‘The Prime Minister of BHARAT’ has been written on the official note of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Indonesia. Let us tell you that PM Modi will go to Indonesia today to participate in the 20th ASEAN-India Summit.
It is noteworthy that President Murmu had recently invited the guests who had come to Delhi to attend the G20 conference for a banquet. President of India was written for the first time in this invitation itself. Since then the discussion on this issue started. On September 1, four days before this invitation letter came out, RSS Sarsanghchalak Mohan Bhagwat had also insisted on using the word Bharat as the name of the country. Within three-four days of this statement, the country’s politics became more heated when a similar thing came to light in the President’s invitation letter. The leaders of the parties and the opposition have come face to face on this issue.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to Indonesia tonight to attend the ASEAN-India Summit. In the official note for this tour, PM Modi has been written as the Prime Minister of India. PM Modi will also return from Indonesia tomorrow itself. ASEAN is considered one of the most influential groupings in the region and India and several other countries including the US, China, Japan and Australia are its dialogue partners.
On September 2, in a program in Guwahati, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat had said that people should stop using the name India and use the name Bharat. He had said, “The name of our country has been India for centuries. Whatever the language, the name remains the same. Our country is India and we have to stop using the word ‘India’ in all practical areas and start using Bharat.” Only then will change come. We will have to call our country India and make others understand as well.”
New Delhi: First meeting of One Country, One Election Committee today under the chairmanship of former President Ramnath Kovind
The first meeting of One Country, One Election Committee will be held today under the chairmanship of former President Ramnath Kovind. This meeting will be held today at 3 pm.
The first meeting of One Country, One Election Committee will be held today under the chairmanship of former President Ramnath Kovind. This meeting will be held today at 3 pm. The government had on Saturday issued a notification of an eight-member high-level committee to look into the issue of holding simultaneous elections for the Lok Sabha, state assemblies, municipal bodies and panchayats and give recommendations as soon as possible. This committee will submit its report after considering this issue. Only after this it will be decided whether in the coming time, along with the Lok Sabha elections, the government will also conduct assembly elections in all the states or not.
“If done with good intentions..”: Prashant Kishor’s warning on ‘One Nation, One Election’
In India, for some time after independence, Lok Sabha and Vidhan Sabha elections were held simultaneously, but later this practice was abolished and Vidhan Sabha and Lok Sabha elections were held separately. However, many challenges may have to be faced in its implementation. The biggest question is that if he falls before completing his term, then what will be done in such a situation?
Let us inform that the Central Government has called a special session of the Parliament from 18 to 22 September. According to sources, during this time the government can also bring a bill regarding one country one election.
Pakistan : Attempt to smuggle Chinese to Afghanistan failed, nationwide crackdown started: Federal Interior Minister
FBR has established checkpoints on two highways connecting Pakistan-administered Kashmir with Pakistan to prevent illegal transportation and smuggling of goods.
The Federal Interior Minister says that the attempt to smuggle Chinese to Afghanistan has been foiled (Sarfraz Bugti X).
According to the caretaker federal interior minister Sarfaraz Bugti, a crackdown on smuggling has been launched across the country.
In his statement, he said that ‘while taking action on behalf of FC, the attempt to smuggle sugar from Balochistan to Afghanistan at night has been foiled.’
According to Sarfraz Bugti, this campaign has been started on the instructions of caretaker Prime Minister of Pakistan Anwar Haq Kakar.
The Caretaker Prime Minister was briefed by the Ministry of Commerce on Tuesday in which various possible strategies were suggested to increase the country’s exports and tackle smuggling. Suggestions were also made for better scanning and inspection of merchandise.
In the announcement issued by the Prime Minister House, it has been stated that various aspects of the trade under the Afghanistan Transit Trade Agreement were also reviewed in the briefing.
Several measures were discussed to discourage smuggling and promote trade through legal channels in the country. The Prime Minister directed the Customs authorities to establish a surveillance system at unorganized border crossings to prevent smuggling in the country.
On the other hand, FBR has established checkpoints on two highways connecting Pakistan-administered Kashmir with Pakistan to prevent illegal transportation and smuggling of goods.
FBR has established check posts at Kohala Bridge and Mangala Bridge and notification regarding establishment of check posts was also issued.
According to the notification issued by FBR, the check post established at Kohala Bridge will be facilitated by two mobile teams, the jurisdiction of Kohala Bridge Check Post is from Murree Expressway, GT Road and Bhurban Road to Bara Kahu.
FBR said that Nakudar check post has been established on Mangala road connecting Mirpur with Punjab, which will have jurisdiction over Mangala road, Dina Bypass, GT Road Jhelum and Kalrasidan up to Dhangali and the Nakudar check post will have a mobile. The team will also get services.
In the recent meeting of Pakistan Army Chief General Asim Munir with the country’s big capitalists, it was emphasized to stop the smuggling of most goods.