US President Biden will come to India on September 7, will hold a bilateral meeting with PM Modi

US President Biden will come to India on September 7, will hold a bilateral meeting with PM Modi

The White House said that US President Joe Biden would travel to New Delhi on Thursday to attend the G20 summit. US President Joe Biden will hold a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on September 8 in New Delhi.

Washington:Preparations for the G-20 Summit in India are in the final stages. Today full dress rehearsal is taking place for the G20 conference. US President Joe Biden is coming to India on Thursday to attend the G20 summit. The White House told that Joe Biden will also hold a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on this occasion. This year India is presiding over the G20 summit. India will host world leaders for the summit to be held in New Delhi on 9 and 10 September. 

The President will travel to New Delhi, India, on Thursday to attend the G20 Leaders’ Summit, the White House said in a statement on Friday. On September 8, the President will participate in a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Modi. On Saturday and Sunday, the President will attend the G20 Summit, where the President and G20 partners will discuss a number of joint efforts to tackle global issues, including clean energy transition and combating climate change.

These issues will be discussed in G20  

During this, there will be talks on the economic and social impacts of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukraine, there will also be discussions on increasing the capacity of multilateral development banks, including the World Bank, to deal with global challenges and fight poverty better. While in New Delhi, the President will also commend Prime Minister Modi’s leadership of the G20 and reaffirm the US commitment to the G20 as the premier forum for economic cooperation, including hosting it in 2026.

‘Rigveda’, ‘Magna Carta’ and ‘Mona Lisa’ to be displayed in cultural corridor

Manuscripts of the Rig Veda from India, a rare copy of Magna Carta from Britain and a digital image of the ‘Mona Lisa’ from France will be among the many artefacts to be displayed at the ‘Culture Corridor’ at the G20 summit venue here. Verified original copies of the ‘Charters of Freedom’ from the US, a Fahua lidded jar from China and Panini’s ‘Ashtadhyayi’ from India are some of the other objects that will be part of the corridor. Corridor – ‘G20 Digital Museum’ has been envisioned. This ‘phygital (physical and digital)’ project will be unveiled at the Bharat Mandapam on September 9 at the inauguration of the summit.

No official confirmation yet on Chinese President Xi’s participation

India is waiting for written confirmation from China regarding the participation of Chinese President Xi Jinping in the summit of leaders of G20 countries to be held here next weekend. G20 Special Secretary Muktesh Pardeshi said this on Friday. Russian President Vladimir Putin has already told Prime Minister Narendra Modi that it will not be possible for him to travel to India to attend the summit.

These heads of state are going to join 

US President Joe Biden, French President Emmanuel Macron, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva are among those leaders of G20, Who have already confirmed their participation in the summit. On September 10, PM Modi will hand over the next presidency of the G20 to Brazilian President Lula. Brazil will formally assume the presidency of the G20 on December 1.

India : In Pratapgarh, Rajasthan, a woman was stripped and paraded around the village, police started investigation.

Rajasthan DGP Umesh Mishra said that the woman’s in-laws allegedly abducted her and took her to their village, where she was beaten and paraded naked, unhappy with her living with another man despite being married.

Jaipur:An incident of shame to humanity has come to light from Pratapgarh district of Rajasthan. Here on Thursday, a tribal woman was allegedly beaten up, stripped naked and paraded in her village by her husband. A shocking video of the attack shows a man, allegedly the husband, stripping the 21-year-old woman outside their home as she screams for help. The woman is said to be pregnant. According to the police, the woman was allegedly in a relationship with another man, due to which she was attacked.

BJP’s national president Jagat Prakash Nadda has attacked the Congress over the shameful incident in Rajasthan. He said that the video of Pratapgarh in Rajasthan is shocking. To make matters worse, there is a complete absence of governance in Rajasthan. The chief minister and ministers are busy sorting out factional feuds, and the rest of the time is spent appeasing a dynasty in Delhi. It is no wonder that the issue of women’s safety is being completely ignored in the state. Every day one or the other incident of harassment against women comes to the fore. The people of Rajasthan will teach a lesson to the state government. 

Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot condemned the incident in a tweet late night and said, “A video of a woman being stripped by her in-laws due to a family dispute in Pratapgarh district has surfaced. The Director General of Police has been directed to Strictest action should be taken in this matter by sending ADG Crime to the spot. There is no place for such criminals in the civilized society. These criminals will be put behind the bars as soon as possible and they will be prosecuted and tried in the fast track court. “The sentence was passed.”

Rajasthan Director General of Police (DGP) Umesh Mishra said the woman’s in-laws, unhappy with her living with another man despite being married, allegedly kidnapped her and took her to their village where she was beaten and paraded naked.The top police officer said six teams have been formed to arrest the accused and Pratapgarh Superintendent of Police Amit Kumar is camping in the village.

Pakistan : Decision to call in army in Gilgit-Baltistan after ‘provocative’ speech

In the meeting presided over by Chief Minister Gilgit-Baltistan Haji Gulbar Khan, it was decided that legal action will be taken for insulting the beliefs and holy personalities of any religion in public gatherings.

The Gilgit-Baltistan government on Friday called in the army to enforce the government writ and ensure the safety of people’s lives and property due to the situation that arose after a religious leader’s ‘provocative’ speech. I have decided to deploy Rangers, GB Scouts and FC.

This decision was taken on Friday in a high-level meeting chaired by Chief Minister Gilgit-Baltistan Haji Gulbar Khan regarding the current overall situation in the region.

After the meeting, the statement issued by the government of Gilgit-Baltistan said that after the Friday prayer, a detailed review was made of the situation that arose after the provocative speech given by a religious leader in a rally. ‘

Chief Secretary Gilgit-Baltistan, Interior Secretary Gilgit-Baltistan, Inspector General of Police and officials of sensitive institutions participated in the meeting chaired by Chief Minister Gilgit-Baltistan.

It was decided in the meeting that legal action will be taken for insulting the beliefs and holy personalities of any religion in public meetings. The government will take all measures to maintain law and order and continue business and tourism activities in all circumstances.

The Gilgit-Baltistan Home Department has immediately imposed Section 144 on illegal gatherings and blocking roads and has announced strict action against violators.

The government of Gilgit-Baltistan in its statement has also appealed to the people to show unity and support the government.

According to the statement: ‘The provincial government is confident that the people will reject any kind of mischief that disturbs the atmosphere of peace and brotherhood in the region and the law enforcement agencies are committed to maintaining the state order and maintaining peace. They are ready to give a face-to-face answer to the wanted elements.

Interior and Prisons Secretary Rana Muhammad Saleem Afzal has also banned the carrying of all types of weapons, their display and aerial firing.

On the other hand, according to SCom, a mobile phone and internet service provider in Gilgit-Baltistan and Pakistan-administered Kashmir: ‘In view of the current public order situation in Gilgit-Baltistan, on the recommendations of the provincial government, the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) In the light of TA’s orders, mobile data (internet) services in Gilgit-Baltistan have been stopped and shifted to 2G.