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IAS officer who experienced resigned criticising Modi Govt joins Congress




IAS officer who had resigned criticising Modi Govt joins Congress

S Sasikanth Senthil, the former Indian Administrative Products and services (IAS) officer, joined the Congress get together in Chennai on November 9, a 12 months right after he give up the civil support alleging that Indian democracy’s elementary constructing blocks had been currently being compromised. Senthil joined the grand previous party in the presence of state unit president K S Alagiri, All India Congress Committee in-charge for Tamil Nadu, Dinesh Gundu Rao and AICC secretaries, Sanjay Dutt and Sirivella Prasad at the Tamil Nadu Congress Committee headquarters Sathyamurthy Bhavan.

Senthil believes Congress understands the difficulties faced by the nation

A day prior to the celebration, Senthil had posted a observe on Twitter on November 8 (Sunday), announcing his selection to be a part of the Congress. He spoke about how the region was below “totalitarian attack” and included that Congress understood the worries staying confronted by the nation and was all set to obtain alternatives alongside with the folks.

The 41-yr old former officer joined the civil support in 2009 and belonged to the Karnataka cadre. He stop service past September alleging, “the basic making blocks of our various democracy are getting compromised in an unprecedented manner.”

S Sasikanth Senthil-a harch critic of BJP govt

Santhil has been a severe critic of Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led BJP governing administration at any time considering the fact that he quit civil services in September very last calendar year, in “search of a system to stem the totalitarian assault on the nation that I so dearly like.”

Speaking at a mass protests held versus Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and National Populace Register (NPR) by Citizenship Safety in January 2020, the former IAS officer had reported the “after the implementation of CAA and NRC the country is observing an crisis like situation”. He had alleged that PM Modi and HM Amit Shah had been enjoying with people’s thoughts.

Former IAS officer declares of commencing non-cooperative motion if CAA is not revoked

Launching an attack at the BJP governing administration, Senthil experienced claimed that that “current government and the leaders at the centre are fascists. We are unable to assume nearly anything extra than terms like ‘Pakistan’, ‘terrorism’ and ‘Hindus’ from these kinds of men and women. He has tried using to spread fear and mislead individuals by indicating that the “CAA has impacted the Muslim community nowadays and will have an effect on the Dalits and the backward courses in the future”. He experienced then declared that if the BJP authorities does not revoke the Act, he will have to at the time all over again get started Mahatma Gandhi’s non-cooperative motion.

Congress to start the former IAS officer on a nationwide stage

Santhil’s conclusion to acquire a political plunge arrives when Tamil Nadu is gearing up for the Assembly elections future 12 months, and political pursuits are finding up.

Talking on the induction of the former IAS officer into the Congress party, the AICC in-cost of Tamil Nadu affairs Dinesh Gundu Rao claimed: “Senthil is ill of the strife amongst communities, violence in excess of spiritual challenges, and the BJP’s guidelines. He would like to be a part of endeavours to unify the nation. He has now mentioned his concepts with Rahul Gandhi. The party will make use of him at the national level”.


Bihar: AIMIM MLA refuses to say ‘Hindustan’ even though having oath, sparks row




Bihar: AIMIM MLA refuses to say 'Hindustan' while taking oath, sparks row

The 17th state assembly of Bihar took off these days and freshly elected members ended up administered the oath of business. Nonetheless, AIMIM MLA Akhtarul Iman activated a controversy when he introduced that he objects to the term ‘Hindustan’ penned in his affidavit.

As for each studies, the AIMIM MLA was to take his oath in Urdu. When he was handed more than the affidavit, he objected to the word ‘Hindustan’ composed on it. His objection took speaker Jitan Ram Manjhi by shock who argued that it is popular observe for associates who consider oath in Urdu to use the phrase ‘Hindustan’ for the identify of our country.

“I had lifted no objections. I experienced simply manufactured a point that when we read through the Preamble of the Structure, in whichever language, it mentions the phrase ‘Bharat’ and not ‘Hindustan’. In the gentle of this actuality I felt that since we are taking oath in the name of the Structure, it would be good if use the very same phrase for the identify of our state,” Akhtarul Iman claimed.

His reviews did not go down effectively with numerous other MLAs. BJP chief Pramod Kumar had rebuked the AIMIM leader by stating that all those who have a issue with the phrase ‘Hindustan’, can go to Pakistan. It is essential to observe that AIMIM experienced received 5 seats in the Assembly elections of Bihar.

Iman reportedly even more mentioned that in oaths taken in Hindi and Maithili language, the word ‘Bharat’ is utilized, but the identify of the place becomes Hindustan when the oath is in Urdu. Having said that, protem speaker Jitan Ram Manjhi at last allowed him to get his oath with the word Bharat.

The AIMIM has gained 5 seats in the not long ago concluded Bihar elections, Kochadhamam, Baisi, Bahadurganj, Amour, and Jokihat. Akhtarul Iman is the MLA from Amour.

It is not the initial time that an AIMIM chief has sparked controversy when using the oath. Even though using oath for the 17th Lok Sabha just after the 2019 typical elections, occasion chief Asaduddin Owaisi experienced finished his oath with ‘Allah Hu Akbar’. Furthermore, the oath-using ceremony for the 17th Lok Sabha had turn out to be a slogan-shouting spectacle with BJP and several opposition celebration leaders seeking to outperform every other.

BJD’s Anubhav Mohanty experienced gone a step forward and experienced included ‘Jai Naveen’ in his oath, hailing his social gathering chief.

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