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One Country Conspiring to Spill Blood in Asia, says PM Modi in Kerala naming Pakistan

Prime Minister Narendra Modi targeted Pakistan, saying that there is one country in Asia which is conspiring to spill "blood" across the continent and exporting terror to the world.

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September 25, 2016: Targeting Pakistan, Narendra Modi said “There is a country in Asia which is conspiring that there is bloodbath across Asia, so that the whole Asia comes in the grip of terrorism and innocents are killed,” the Prime Minister said, without directly taking the name of Pakistan.”

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Addressing a public gathering in Kerala on the sidelines of the BJP national council meeting, Modi said that terrorism is affecting India’s neighbours, including Afghanistan and Bangladesh.

“In the world when reports of terrorism come, then this news also follows that the terrorists came from that (neighbouring) country, or like Osama bin Laden, have found a hideout there.”

Modi also said that “terrorism is the enemy of humanity” and people need to join their hands to defeat terrorism.

Speaking with vigour, Modi said, “India has never bowed down to terrorism in the past and will strive to defeat it.”

In a strong message to Pakistan, Modi said, “Our 18 soldiers had to sacrifice their lives because of terrorists exported by our neighbouring country.”

“And terrorists should clearly hear out that India will never forget the Uri attack,” he added.

Modi also said that “there is anger in the entire country post the Uri attack.”

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Hailing the armed forces of the country for foiling infiltration bids of terrorists, Modi said: “We are very proud of our armed forces. There have been 17 attempts by fidayeen attackers sent by our neighbours which our brave soldiers have defeated.”

“In the last few months, our soldiers have killed over 110 terrorists which is the highest in recent years,” he added.

The Prime Minister also said, “There is one nation in Asia whose aim is that the 21st century does not become Asia’s and is associated with terrorism.” (IANS)

 

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Kerala Government Decides to Revise The List of Women Who Prayed at Sabarimala

The list of 51 women is not part of an affidavit but only referred to by the state government counsel in his arguments. Soon the list was highlighted in the media

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Stung by widespread criticism over the numerous errors in the list of women who prayed at the Sabrimala temple, the Kerala government has decided to re-prepare the list.

A counsel of state government had presented the list in the Supreme Court on Friday, which reportedly had discrepancies in the age and names of women. The list was taken from the records of the online system, through which pilgrims register for having “darshan”.

The row erupted over flaws in the actual age of some of the 51 women, whom the counsel had referred to in the list as “banned” — on account of they being of menstruating age group of 10 to 50 years — who prayed at the temple this season.

State police chief Loknath Behera on Saturday asked senior officials to revise the list, which included even the name of men, besides several of the women above 50.

State Devasom (temples) Minister Kadakampally Surendran told the media that his department has no role in the preparation of the list, while the president of the Travancore Devasom Board – custodian of the temple, A. Padmakumar said they are not responsible for this as they do not prepare statistics of the pilgrims in the temple.

Kanam Rajendran, state secretary of the Communist Party of India – the second biggest ally of the ruling Pinarayi Vijayan government, said the entire responsibility of what has happened lies with the state government.

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Kerala to revise list of women who prayed at Sabarimala.

But the Industries Minister E.P. Jayarajan, the closest aide of Vijayan, defended him by saying that it is not just 51 women, but so many women have had “darshan” at the temple.

Kanaka Durga and Bindu Ammini, both in the “banned” age group of 10 to 50 years, prayed at the Sabarimala temple.

It was after they approached the apex court seeking security for having safe “darshan” that a bench of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, Justice L. Nageswara Rao and Justice Dinesh Maheshwari directed the state government to arrange adequate protection for them.

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The list of 51 women is not part of an affidavit but only referred to by the state government counsel in his arguments. Soon the list was highlighted in the media.

“This goof-up reveals the abject failure of the way Vijayan is running the state,” said state BJP president P.S. Sreedharan Pillai.  (IANS)