What is the Impact of RERA on NRIs investing in India property market

What is the Impact of RERA on NRIs investing in India property market

The Indian real estate market has always been very attractive to non-resident Indians (NRIs) wishing to have their roots in their home country. The reasons for investing in NRIs could be different from upgrading your family home, which offers a better lifestyle so that parents have a signature property to come back to.

To determine if the current range of reforms would have a positive impact on the NRI, it is essential to understand what the typical concerns of NRIs investing in India are.

So far, the common concerns of NRIs investing in India were the opaque nature of business, lack of information, no standard due diligence principle, premature delivery and finalization of projects with a criminal appeal or not Buyers. Especially for NRIs, the heavy nature of the supervised with project developers, where they were unfinished was a great motivation to invest in their home countries.

The question now is whether the NRI can have more confidence in decision-making investment with policy changes such as RERA and GST attract the Indian real estate NRI in 2017.

The government has largely addressed most of these concerns about some of the major policy changes in 2016, namely Real Estate Regulation Act (RERA), Goods and Services Tax (GST) and Law Benami transactions.

RERA or the Law of 2016, standards and real estate development (RERA) ensure that regulations in the market poorly regulated. The buyer will be protected and greater transparency in the sector will be visible. RERA will support the developers in the dissemination of financial information, the timely development of projects and the maintenance of good corporate governance practices.

The GST is the most important tax reform introduced in India. The GST proposes to eliminate the difference in indirect taxes applicable in several states. The benefits of the real estate sector from the fact that the GST would provide more clarity on the tax credits for ER transactions and the allocation of incoming credit would reduce real estate prices.

The Benami Operations Act (Prohibition) provides an effective regime to prohibit Benami transactions. The amended law allows the authorities to temporarily fix the specified Benami properties that may possibly be confiscated. In addition, if a person is guilty of a Benami offense operation by the competent court, which is punished with imprisonment for a period of at least one year, but can be extended to seven years and is also liable to a fine of 25 percent of the fair market value of the property.

The introduction of REIT (Real Estate Investment Trusts) will also have a very positive impact on the real estate sector. REIT open platform that will enable all types of investors – even those with smaller budgets – to achieve safe and rewarding investment in the Indian real estate market. The best thing about REITs is that investors can start with as little as Rs 2 lakh sum to secure the units in return.

For NRI, the RERA, GST, Benami Act, REIT and government initiatives such as demonetization are greatly stimulated by the sense of investment. These measures have improved transparency and modified rules and regulations have greatly simplified the procurement process. FEMA’s tolerant policies and the relaxation of laws by the RBI regarding the purchase of goods by NRIs also raised the interest of NRIs in the purchase of real estate.

ISIS is paying Iran for designing the offensive against it in Iraq-Syria

ISIS is paying Iran for designing the offensive against it in Iraq-Syria

Terror finally arrived in Tehran with coordinated attacks on the Iranian Parliament and the shrine of Imam Khomeini. Although it is four days after the anniversary of the death of the Imam, the objectives were carefully chosen. Parliament represents the will of the Iranian people who value their right to express their will in elections, although candidates are reviewed by the Council of Guardians. However, since Iranian democracy is imperfect, it is much more representative than the autocratic regime in the six countries of the GCC as in the South.
The sanctuary of Imam Khomeini is a place of pilgrimage and a reminder of the person who created the Islamic Republic and the concept of velayet-e-faqiha, or the rule of more judicial. This concept is the basis of the state of Iran, the supreme leader in its center.
The attack was a hybrid formed by women and armed suicide men. The Iranian requirement for women to wear the “cloak” or a cloak over their attire has actually helped female terrorists to hide their explosive vests. The death toll will continue to rise as two powerful explosions are deadly. The Iranian parliament explosion was on the fourth floor of the administration block. But they became more disturbing, hostages, whose fate is unknown.
The calendar caused embarrassment to members of the GCC led by Saudi Arabia, Qatar looting, while Iran was painted as the source of all terror. In fact, the policy of former President Barack Obama to defend himself from Iran because she was capable and willing to overthrow the ISIS is correct. According to the video broadcast by ISIS, armed men speak Arabic as they make their way to Parliament. Obviously, ISIS returned to Iran for the design of the ground offensive against them in Iraq and Syria.
Their annihilation is almost complete in Iraq because ISIS fighters cling to a small area around the Great Mosque of Mosul, where their leader of Al-Baghdadi has declared caliph. Syrian Kurds insist closer to ISIS Capital in Raqqa. Terrorist groups are more dangerous when they start to lose.
The history of Qatar raises related issues. A tweet by US President Donald Trump almost took part in action against countries that support terrorism, adding that Qatar was appointed. The news now that the hackers may have planted the news site of Qatar in which the Saudis and emirates continue their action makes the United States and its CGC allies helpless and illogical necessary.
What is surprising is that the great Twitter addict, Trump began tweeting in internal affairs, ignoring the terrorist attack in Tehran. Is this another manifestation of America’s first?
Iran needs worldwide support and commiseration. This is certainly not a problem to look at in terms of Shia-Sunn. ISIS is the enemy of humanity. Let the Saudis take this opportunity to join Iran. If they did, some might still emerge from today’s tragedy.

Beware of Beijing

Beware of Beijing

In Astana, Kazakhstan, this week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will check a box that has long been referred to the list of members of India – a full member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO). But the context in which if Delhi had tried to join the SCO has given rise to a more uncertain dynamics between the great powers and the region that surround us. Pakistan is admitted with India, adding to Delhi’s possible difficulties with this forum.
India’s protracted quest to join the SCO poses a lasting tension between the competing geopolitical ideas that animated India since the end of the Cold War. In other words, the question is: where should Delhi enter your store? In the continental or maritime field? Should you align the powers of the heart or a Rimland coalition group? Should India be defined as an Eurasian or Indo-Pacific power? A review of the two important factors that pushed India to the SCO clarified the debate.
One of them is the romance of Delhi with Central Asia since the collapse of the Soviet Union. If the idea of ​​contacts of civilization – Aryans to the Mughals – was the main theme of the compromise, the alleged need to compete with other powers – the same Grand game – provided justification. But the experience of India since 1991 suggests that Delhi can not overcome the tyranny of geography in Inner Asia.
With Pakistan blocking India’s access to the region, there is little that Delhi can do to influence the geopolitics of the Asian interior decisively. Even the mighty Britannique Raj does not have the resources to penetrate deeply into Inner Asia and beat the continental powers. Calcutta had moved to a defensive game in internal Asia intended to prevent continental rivals from invading the subcontinent. The score obviously came out of India in a much less influential position in Inner Asia.
The other source of the clamor in India to join the SCO was the focus on building a multipolar world. Fear of the so-called unipolar moment after the collapse of the Soviet Union, India joined whether we wanted it or not, the Russian camp to build a coalition of Eurasia that would limit the power of the United States. Delhi thought it would be a useful addition to its intensive engagement with the US. And the West after the Cold War. India said Russia and China provide insurance against the alleged unreliability of the United States as a partner.
This calculation saw India participate in the trilateral forum with Russia and China, BRICS, OCS and AIIb. The trance of India has been broken by the recent refusal of Delhi to participate in the Beijing Road and Forum Strap last month. What has changed, is to recognize that China’s power increases, which poses problems for India than in the United States and the West. By becoming a full-fledged member of a Chinese-led forum, the SCO bit into resolving this problem.
Consider, for example, India’s concerns about terrorism. The fight against terrorism, extremism and separatism are among the main objectives of the SCO. While China could argue, it is unlikely to exert pressure, verbal or real, on Pakistan to stop supporting cross-border terrorism and separatism in Kashmir. To make matters worse, China could use the SCO to pressure India to participate and negotiate with Pakistan in Kashmir on behalf of the “good neighbor” SCO wants to promote at the regional level. While Russia is approaching China and Pakistan, it is unlikely that Moscow will come to India’s aid in Kashmir, as was the case in the past.
The SCO also focuses on promoting connectivity and regional integration in Central Asia. Any hope that this could contribute to seems unlikely to benefit India for now. Anyway, Delhi came to the conclusion that the initiatives of the belt and road in China designed to promote economic, political and political development of Beijing, which face the territorial sovereignty of India and claim primacy Regional cooperation in South Asia and the Indian Ocean.

Banking Operations Hit Across Country As Staff Go On Strike

Banking Operations Hit Across Country As Staff Go On Strike

Banking Operations Hit Across Country As Staff Go On Strike

New Delhi / Mumbai / Chennai / Calcutta: Banking across the country was hit on Tuesday as more than 10 bank employees in more than 1 000 30 pan-India branches hit work – protest against banking sector reforms among other issues – which affects the audit activity.

An official of the United States Banking Syndicate Forum (UFBU) – the body of Marco nine trade unions gave the call for strike – said that “more than 10 lakh employees were divided into more than 1 000 30 Branches across the country have hit the job Business control audit “.

Most of the public sector bank branches visited by IANS correspondents had their components closed.

Banking in Tamil Nadu was hit with about 55,000 bankers hitting the job pressing for their demands, according to a report Chennai quoted a senior leader of the Bank of India Employees Association (AIBEA).

“The strike is a huge success.It is a strike from sun to sun as the closure tables to start at 6 o’clock. Bankers working in about 10 300 branches struck work in protest against the policy Towards the sector,” he told IANS The Secretary General of AIBEA, CH Venkatachalam.

Venkatachalam said that approximately 12 lakh financial instruments valued around Rs. 7,300 crore will not be deleted.

With branches closed, ATMs may be empty earlier than normal.

Government cash transactions would also be affected. Exchange operations, import and export operations, loan penalties and other items would also be affected.

In most places, clearing operations, particularly external releases, have been seriously affected.

Usually in the three compensation networks operating from the south, west and north – Chennai, Mumbai and Delhi – on average, about 40 lakh controls and instruments worth Rs. 20,000 crore are processed per day. This was greatly affected by the hustle and bustle of employees, Venkatachalam said.

More than 150,000 bank employees in Maharashtra have joined the national banking strike, paralyzing all financial operations in the country’s trading capital, a union official in Mumbai said.

The strike has affected all branches of 42,000 21 public sector banks, including the monolithic Bank of India and IDBI, 18 old-generation banks, eight foreign banks and 56 regional rural banks in Mumbai and Maharashtra, said the leader Of the Bank of India Employees Association (AIBEA), Vishwas Utagi.

“All the check transactions, financial transactions and other daily routine banking functions cleared were stopped today (Tuesday) because of the strike.Many ATMs, which are already in operation, may run out of cash before As there will be no replenishment” , Said Utagi Ians.

The strike comes after talks between the UFBU on the one hand and the Association of Indigenous Banks, the Chief of Labor and the Ministry of Financial Services (DFS) failed on Friday.

“The entire Federation of Officials of the State Bank of India and the Federation of Staff of the State Bank of India India, part of the UFBU, will participate in the strike.” Affected by the strike “State Bank of India (SBI) A request for regulation in BSE.

Closing Bell: Lackluster day of trade on D-Street as Sensex, Nifty end mildly higher

Closing Bell: Lackluster day of trade on D-Street as Sensex, Nifty end mildly higher

Closing Bell: Lackluster day of trade on D-Street as Sensex, Nifty end mildly higher

15:30 Market closing: benchmarks ended the session on a slightly higher note, the Nifty end is just above the 9750 points.

The Sensex closed 33.00 points at 31291.85, while the Nifty finished higher by 11.20 points at 9765.55. The width of the market was negative, as 924 shares rose compared to a decline of 1,645 shares, while 128 shares remained unchanged.

Dr. Reddy, Sun Pharmaceuticals and BPCL’s labs earned more on both indices, while NTPC and Hero MotoCorp were the best losers.

15:18 Infosys in brief: Sources told CNBC-TV18 that Infosys co-chair Ravi Venkatesan met with Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and senior officials of the Finance Ministry.

Venkatesan has evaluated the government on the latest developments in Infosys and has guaranteed high governance standards in the company.

By getting involved with shareholders, things should normalize soon, he told FM.

Vishal Sikka resigned as MD and CEO of Infosys on August 18 with an immediate effect.

15:08 Market Check: Equity benchmarks continued to be consolidated in the afternoon trading as investors sought the triggers. Geopolitical tensions and the crisis of Infosys are already fixed.

The 30-share BSE Sensex rose 42.60 points to 31,301.45 and the NSE Nifty of 50 shares increased 11.65 points to 9,766.

Larger markets improved, with the ECC Midcap and Smallcap indexes declining 0.5 percent. About two shares decreased for each increase in BSE share.

14:50 Market outlook: Aditya Narain, Edelweiss Securities said the market environment remains robust and sees considerable confidence in the market.

Profits were somewhat disappointing during the early part of Season 18, but other factors changed materially, he said.

He said the market is overcoming the disappointment of profits and that valuations will remain high over the next 3 years.

He added that the current liquidation of the IFI was due to a global weakness.

The IIF sold more than 10 trillion pounds of stock in August, but domestic institutional investors continued to support the market by investing more than 11,000 CRS in current stock in the current month.

14:35 Interview: “We received about Rs 2.5 billion in order in the first quarter and two major orders are likely to occur during this fiscal year,” said MV Gowtama, CMD of Bharat Electronics.

An order is seven Akash squadrons and the second order is LR-SAM for the next series of ships, he added.

Expect orders to reach Rs 16,000 crore for exercise 18, he said.

In the GAC report, he stated that the Comptroller and the Auditor General (CAG) verified BEL and the program of the Akash missile system was also evaluated by CAG from BEL’s perspective.

Proud to say that we have not received written comments against BEL by CAG in the last eight years. ”

On the trading side, it is confident to maintain a 15-17 percent growth and will certainly cross Rs 10,000 crore this year.

14:15 Buzz: Dish TV prices rose to 3.5% after HDFC Securities opened a cover with a purchase note and a target price of Rs 105 in stock.

“Our positive view of Dish TV stems from its low-cost evaluations, fusion synergies, DAS IV and GST digitization,” said the research firm.

Dozens of civilians, including children, reported dead in US-led strikes on Raqqa

Dozens of civilians, including children, reported dead in US-led strikes on Raqqa

Dozens of civilians, including children, reported dead in US-led strikes on Raqqa

At least 42 civilians, including 19 children, were killed Monday in US-led coalition air strikes against Raqqa, a follow-up group said, while the battle for the Islamic state’s self- ) Reaches densely populated urban areas.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (Sohr) said the western air strikes in Raqqa killed at least 167 civilians in the last week, marking a sharp increase in civilian casualties.

“The tolls are high because air strikes hit the outskirts of the city center, which are densely packed with civilians,” said Rami Abdel Rahman, director of SOHR.

“There are buildings full of civilians trying to get away from the front.”

The US-led coalition attacks are carried out in support of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), a coalition of Kurdish and Arab fighters that captured more than half of Raqqa during a two-month offensive.

A sniper Syrian democratic forces aims with his weapon during clashes with the fighters of the Islamic State in the old town of Raqqa, Syria

A Syrian democratic sniper aims with his gun during clashes with the fighters of the Islamic State in the old town of Raqqa, Syria REUTERS / ZOHRA BENSEMRA
The number of civilians killed by US-led coalition airstrikes increased this summer amid fierce fighting in Mosul, Raqqa and now the Iraqi city of Tal Afar.

Airwars, a group that tracks air strikes in Iraq and Syria, says 4,887 to 7,528 civilians are likely to be killed by Western air strikes since 2014. The coalition has recognized 624 civilian deaths over the same period.

The US-led coalition, which includes Britain, France and Australia, says it is taking all possible steps to prevent civilian casualties.

About 25,000 civilians are believed to be trapped inside Raqqa and the SDF said Isil uses many of them as “human shields” to try to curb the advance of the aggression forces.

“We have opened the safe routes for civilians to safely cross areas controlled by forces that help the civilian population almost every day and transfer them to safe areas,” said Talal Sello SDF spokesman.

“One of the main reasons for the slow progress in the fight against Raqqa is the preservation of civilian life and to avoid massive losses between them.”
Several families have several members killed by coalition air strikes, according to Raqqa received a silent shot (RBSS), a radical group containing a secret in the city under the Isil government.

US says some remains of sailors found on USS John McCain

US says some remains of sailors found on USS John McCain

US says some remains of sailors found on USS John McCain

The commander of the US Pacific Fleet said that some remains of Navy sailors were found in a USS John McCain compartment on Tuesday, a day after the warship collision with an oil tanker in the US Waters of southeast Asia left 10 sailors absent.

The Adm. Scott Swift also told a press conference in Singapore that Malaysian officials had found a body that had not yet been identified.

The search center of the missing sailors moved Tuesday to the flooded compartments of damaged destroyers. The collision Monday destroyed a gaping hole in McCain’s left rear hull and flooded the adjacent compartments, including crew berths and machinery and communication rooms. Five sailors were wounded.

“Divers have been able to locate remains in these sealed compartments during their search today,” said Adm Swift, adding that it was “premature to say how much and what is the status of the recovery of these bodies” .

“We will continue search and rescue operations until the probability of discovering the sailors is exhausted,” Adm said. Swift.

This was the second major collision in two months involving the 7th Pacific Fleet, and the Navy ordered an extensive investigation into its performance and preparation. Seven sailors died in June when the USS Fitzgerald and a container struck waters off Japan.

There were two lesser known incidents in the first half of the year. In January, the anti-missile cruiser USS Antietam ran aground near the base of Yokosuka, the home port of the 7th fleet, and in May another cruiser, the USS Lake Champlain of the Navy’s 3rd fleet, Had a minor collision with a South Korean fishing boat.

“While each of these four incidents is unique, they can not be considered in isolation,” Adm Swift said.

Earlier on Tuesday, the 7th Fleet said that US and Singapore-based maritime and maritime research would continue east of Singapore where the McCain and the oil tanker struck the day, but The deployment of divers searching in the warship, now docked at Singapore’s naval base, has been a hit for families who still hope for a miracle.

Megan Partlow of Ohio, who said her fiance was aboard the McCain, told The Associated Press in a Facebook message that she had communicated on Sunday and that she was losing hope of seeing him again.

“My last text for him was” be safe “, which is the same way we finish each conversation. I’m just ready for the answers,” she said. The identity of the missing was not revealed, but Ms. Partlow testified that her fiance’s parents were in contact with the Navy’s Family Assistance Center.

Navy Chief Steward John Richardson, commander of naval operations, ordered Monday a pause in Fleet 7 operations for the next few days to allow commanders to meet with leaders, seamen and Command and identify the immediate steps to follow to ensure security ….

Afghan reaction mixed on Trump’s tough-talking speech

Afghan reaction mixed on Trump's tough-talking speech

Afghan reaction mixed on Trump’s tough-talking speech

Afghan Afghans welcomed President Donald Trump’s harsh words for Pakistan in a speech outlining his strategy for the war-torn country that critics have offered few details and ruled out the construction of the nation.

Abdullah Abdullah, the second most powerful of the presidency, told a news conference that the US strategy is a unique opportunity to achieve peaceful objectives in the region.

“The regional aspect of this strategy is very clear,” he said. “This shows that the problem has been very well identified.”

Meanwhile, Mr. Trump said that US troops had a unique program and that this was to eliminate extremist fighters.

“We are not rebuilding the nation,” he said Monday night. “We kill the terrorists.”

Trump accused Pakistan of giving foreigners a safe haven while they are in Afghanistan, they are killing US troops. He said he wanted “immediate” results without saying what actions the United States could take against Pakistan if it ignored its warning.

But analysts in Pakistan have warned that isolating Islamabad as the sole culprit could boost the influence of regional players such as Russia, China and even Iran.

Imtiaz Gul, executive director of the Islamabad-based Center for Research and Security Studies, said that Mr. Trump’s allegations: “This story was the same in the last 15 years only increased in the attack. Gul warned that the president’s words could focus more on an area that needs cooperation to find a peaceful end to the protracted conflict in Afghanistan.

The United States and Afghanistan have regularly accused Pakistan, in particular, its powerful intelligence agency, the ISI of harboring the insurgents and conducting a selective war, attacking the insurgents, which it considers its enemy and allowing the ones it has used As proxies, whether against the hostile neighbors of India or Afghanistan, to thrive.

Prior to Mr Trump’s speech on Monday, Pakistan’s military spokesman General Asif Ghafoor refused to speculate on what the US president might say, but said he was clearly expecting criticism saying “No There is an organized terrorist network in Pakistan and actions have been taken without discrimination against all terrorist organizations. ”

A university professor in Kabul and analyst Ahmad Zia Rafhat greeted Mr. Trump’s harsh words against neighboring Pakistan.

“For the first time, the Afghan people have heard a clear comment from the US president in Pakistan, in particular that Trump has made it very clear that Pakistan supports and provides shelters for terrorists,” he said.

Other Afghans interviewed by the PA in the capital Kabul have expressed fears of a worsening situation in the country, deploring corruption in functioning, high unemployment and the deadliest attacks. Several said that Mr. Trump said that it was not a question of solving these problems ….

Raqqa: US-led strikes ‘kill 100 civilians’ in 48 hours

Raqqa: US-led strikes 'kill 100 civilians' in 48 hours

Raqqa: US-led strikes ‘kill 100 civilians’ in 48 hours

At least 100 civilians were killed in the last 48 hours of US-led air strikes targeting fighters in Raqqa, the de facto capital in Syria’s Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.

Residents told Al Jazeera on Tuesday that at least 100 civilians have died since Sunday, with 55 civilians killed in al-Bedou and Sukhani’s eastern neighborhoods Monday.
Meanwhile, the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) has put the number of dead on Monday at 42, including 19 children and 12 women, and said 27 people died on Sunday, for a total Of 69 people.
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The killings occurred on the second day of a ferocious Raqaa bombing campaign, more than half of which was captured by Syrian-backed Democratic forces fighting the ISIL, also known as ISIS.

“The tolls are high because air strikes hit the outskirts of the city center, which are densely packed with civilians,” said Rami Abdel Rahman, director of SOHR, told AFP news agency.

“There are buildings full of civilians trying to get away from the front lines.

“The coalition air strikes point to any building where movements are detected [ISIL].”

Earlier this month, aid groups Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) reported that food and medicines to treat the wounded were insufficient.

“In the city of Raqqa, if they do not die of air attacks, they die by mortar fire, if not by mortars and snipers, if not by snipers, and then by an explosive device,” MSF quoted 41 – Fled Raqqa after losing seven members of the family in the fight.

“And if he lives, he is beset by hunger and thirst, because there is no food, no water, no electricity.”

Thousands of people trapped

The US-led coalition, which operates in neighboring Syria and Iraq, says it is taking all possible steps to prevent civilian casualties.

In August, he acknowledged the deaths of 624 civilians in their attacks in Syria and Iraq since 2014, but defense groups say the number is much higher.

The United Nations estimates that up to 25,000 civilians are trapped inside the city, with short and prohibitive supplies of food and fuel.

Syrian humanitarian spokesman Jan Egeland said that ISIL-controlled territory in the city of Raqqa is now “the worst place” in the war-ravaged country.

The Syrian conflict, which began with peaceful protests in March 2011 before President Bashar Assad, has turned into a civil war with several sides.

Madhya Pradesh farmers’ agitation LIVE updates: Police detain Rahul Gandhi ahead of Mandsaur visit

Madhya Pradesh farmers’ agitation LIVE updates: Police detain Rahul Gandhi ahead of Mandsaur visit

Congressional Vice President Rahul Gandhi was arrested and held in custody before his visit to Mandsaur. According to PTI, Gandhi attempted to cross police barricades to enter Madhya Pradesh. Speaking to media about his arrest, Gandhi said he was wrong. “It was given no reason, they said they were going to fix it. The same thing was done in Uttar Pradesh as well,” he said.
The Congress leader in a previous tweet said that the state government is trying to prevent the satisfaction of families of farmers who lost their lives in the agitation of farmers in the region. Police authorities have previously said they do not allow Gandhi to enter the district. “Congress leader Rahul Gandhi will not be allowed to meet with Mandsaur member,” SP, Neemuch, Manoj Kumar Singh. ”
Update in real time Madhya Pradesh:
13:50: Meanwhile, Uttar Pradesh’s chief minister Yogi Adityanath said that the well-being of farmers is the well-being of the country. “The problems of the country résoudreont when farmers will be part of the policy agenda,” said by ANI.
01:40 p.m.: Speaking of the media about his arrest, Gandhi said he had no reason for the police. “They did not give any reason, they just told me they packed it. The same thing was done in Uttar Pradesh as well,” he said. He added that the government has done nothing for farmers. “Na ka kisaano Karzai maaf plays hain, no bonus dete dete hain goliyaan Netherlands (Do not give up farmers loans do not give either bonus balls are what they give ..)” Ha-he said.
13:30 Speaking to the media, Congress leader Digvijay Singh broke the central government and said the government is working “madly”. “Yeh Sarkar murkhta poorvak chal rahi Hai is Dhang (This government is working incredibly),” he said. He added that CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan should resign. When asked whether Congress would join the fight against the government, Digvijaya Singh, visibly agitated, said farmers’ movement, is not ‘ours.’ Farmers are fighting the government of Shivraj Singh Chauhan, he said.
13:26: JDU leader Sharad Yadav and Congressional leaders Kamal Nath and Digvijaya Singh arrived at the Neemuch border Thursday. Yadav called on the police to be able to meet farmers’ families when conflicts broke out between police officers and leaders. “We are only five people to go in. We are here to meet the wounded in the demonstrations and meet the families of the dead,” Yadav said. Digvijay Singh also asked: “How can you stop three people who quote Section 144?”
01:12 p.m.: Rahul Gandhi was arrested and placed in police custody before his visit to the Mandsaur area affected by violence in Madhya Pradesh. According to the PTI news agency, the head of Congress tried to overcome police barricades to enter Madhya Pradesh. Addressing the media at the border of Deputies, Rahul Gandhi said: “PM Modi does not give loans to farmers, do not give them benefits, give them as bullets.” The vice president of the congress was taken to a bus marked by the Police MP Plates
12:52: Rahul Gandhi, on the way to Mandsaur, stopped at a dhaba and drove a four-wheeled vehicle. On the border of the Deputies, he received a security cordon. Challenging the orders of the police, Rahul Gandhi, in anger, would have pushed a policeman.
12:50: Congressional leader Rahul Gandhi said Thursday that the government of Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan prevented them from meeting the families of the dead farmers in Mandsaur. “Raj and MP governments go out of their way to keep me from getting MP and getting to know the families of the dead farmers in Mandsaur,” Gandhi wrote on Twitter. “What law of the land says that it is illegal to show their solidarity with the farmers who were killed simply demanding what suits them?” He added.