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Fight for Freedom: After support from Narendra Modi, Balochistan finds support from Israel and Jewish against Pakistan’s Oppressive Rule

Two Israeli organizations render their support to Balochistan for their independence from Pakistan and also vow to propagate this cause and movement extensively through their social media also with the support of Jewish States

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Demonstration in Quetta, Balochistan, Pakistan. Image source: Flickr
  • Israel and Jewish States extend their support to Balochistan in their fight for freedom Pakistan,in the last week of August
  • Nawab Brahamdagh Bugti thanked these two nations
  • He also feels grateful towards Narendra Modi for speaking in favor of Balochistan’s independence

Sept 10, 2016: Instilling the waves of rage for Pakistan and glittering gladness for the people of Baluchistan, Israel has now offered a concrete base of support to the Independence of the Pakistan occupied land of Baluchistan. In the last week of August, Yehudah Glick, member of Knesset, and Michael

In the last week of August- Yehudah Glick, a member of Knesset and Michael Mendelsen, president of Israel’s Voice at two separate events in Leipzig, Germany, and Washington DC have announced that they are absolutely motivated to spread the fire of the urgent need of freedom for the under-threat nation of Baluchistan.

Allegedly, the Pakistani government as well their army promote and practice every means of violence and anti-Semitic ways to suppress the humanistic rights of the people there. Thousands of innocent citizens have been cruelly butchered and also have been thoroughly looted of their rich resources for the ‘development’ of Pakistan.

These two Israeli spokesmen have taken a firm stand on the favoring of the Baluchistan Independence on the event which marked the 10th anniversary of the martyrdom of Akbar Khan Baloch, former Chief Minister and Governor of the aggrieved state. He was assassinated in an inhumane manner on the orders of the Government of Pakistan and the Army Chief Parvez Musharraf.

Nawab Brahumdagh Bugti, a Swiss-based political successor of the slain leader and president of the Baloch Republican Party, speaking on the occasion, said: “In addition to the US, I also call upon NATO countries and Israel to help defend human lives in Balochistan by upholding R2P (responsibility to protect).” Bugti profusely thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his support to Balochistan.

“We of all people have to recognise that the Balochi people are suffering under the oppression of the Pakistani government,” Glick said this while addressing the audience in the event, reported dailyo.in. He emphasised: “The Pakistani government should end the occupation. We will eventually share with you the freedom that you deserve. I will call upon the Israeli government to support the people of Balochistan.”

It’s been an enormously encouraging support for Baluchistan from the media as well as the influential people of Jewish States and Israel. Narendra Modi also in his speech on the occasion of 15 August showed his concern for the brutality against the people of Pakistan occupied Baluchistan. The fire in the fight for freedom of the Baloch people is ablaze in glowing red and surely the struggle of all their strengths and passion is all enough to frighten their occupiers.

– prepared by Ayushi Gaur of Newsgram

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Richard Thaler Supported Demonetisation, there is More to the Story

Demonetisation is what Richard Thaler had long supported. However, he remarked "Really? Damn," when he was informed about the introduction of Rs. 2,000 notes in place of the discontinued Rs. 500 and 1,000 notes thereby highlighting how his joy of seeing a step towards a cashless economy and reduction of corruption was momentary.

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Richard Thaler
Richard Thaler won the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences on 9th October.Wikimedia

When Prime Minister Narendra Modi decided to scrape Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes last November, Nobel Prize winner Richard Thaler supported demonetization describing it as a policy that he had long supported.

Dr. Richard Thaler, a Professor of Economics and Behavioural Science at the University of Chicago won the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences on 9th October.

Did Richard Thaler really support demonetization in the way BJP took it? There is more to the story than what meets the eye.

As soon as Thaler was declared the Nobel Prize winner, members of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) started sharing Thaler’s tweet regarding demonetization on social media affirming that the move which was severely criticised by the members of the opposition was actually supported by a Nobel Prize winner. The BJP IT cell head Amit Malviya retweeted the old tweet within a fraction of a second.

However, Richard Thaler remarked “Really? Damn,” when he was informed about the introduction of Rs. 2,000 notes in place of the discontinued Rs. 500 and 1,000 note thereby highlighting how his joy of seeing a step towards a cashless economy and reduction of corruption was momentary.

It was not only the BJP supporters but also a large number of BJP leaders who were flowed away with incomplete picture depicted by Malviya and tweeted about it.‬ This included Union Minister Giriraj Singh, former BJP IT Cell Head Arvind Gupta, and many others.

Soon after, twitterati realized that the full picture of Thaler’s statement on demonetization was rather hidden.

Prime Minister Modi declared that the motivation behind scrapping Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes was to promote cashless economy and reduce corruption. This decision was severely criticised by different sections of the society putting on Modi the ultimate responsibility for heralding economic deceleration. Demonetisation pulled down India’s GDP growth rate to a mere 6.1% in 2016-17.

Some highlighted that the introduction of Rs 2000 note was an ephemeral panacea for remonetization and that its printing has been terminated.

-Prepared by Mohima Haque of NewsGram, Twitter: mohimahaque26

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PM Narendra Modi: Don’t believe in vote bank politics, Nation comes first

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Wikimedia

Varanasi, Sep 23: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Saturday, said that the BJP did not believe in vote bank politics as the country was above party politics. This is his second day of the visit to his parliamentary constituency in Varanasi.

Modi told a gathering that he had launched a major war against corruption and the corrupt to ease the life of the common man. He also said cleanliness was worship for him as it could rid the poor of various diseases and a lot of economic burdens.

“Governance for us is not about votes or winning elections. The priority is the development of the nation. For us, the country is bigger than party,” he said, in his address to farmers in Shahanshahpur on the outskirts of Varanasi.

He said most of the problems faced by the common people in India were rooted in corruption.

“I have launched a war against it and will take it further to ensure that graft is weeded out from the country.”(IANS)

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PM Modi in Varanasi: Sanitation is worship, Cleanliness Is a Way to Serve the Poor

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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi addresses the gathering, at Shahanshahpur, Varanasi Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh on September 23, 2017.

Varanasi, Sep 23 :  Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing a public gathering in Varanasi said that sanitation is worship for him, as it can rid the poor of various diseases.

The gathering was largely attended by people on the second day of his Varanasi visit. Modi visited, Shahanshahpur a village of his Lok Sabha constituency. Where he laid the foundation stone of a public toilet in the area.

“That is because sanitation is also a kind of worship for me. It will rid the poor of my country of various diseases and the economic burden due to those diseases that result from dirty surroundings,” he said while addressing people there.

He said while no one likes garbage, everyone in India shies away from the responsibility of keeping their surroundings clean.

“It is the responsibility of every citizen and every family to keep their surroundings clean so we are able to build clean villages, clean cities and a clean nation,” Modi said.

The Prime Minister urged people to take one resolution each, to improve the nation by 2022. The year will also mark the 75 years of independence.

“In the coming five years, we have to be committed towards that resolution. If 125 crore people take one resolution each and live up to it, then the nation would move 125 crore steps forward in the next five years,” he said.

(IANS)