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Bibhav Kumar says that “Swati Maliwal barged in and abused Delhi CM staff.”

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Bibhav Kumar, an aide to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, filed an email complaint with the Delhi Police on Friday. In it, he refuted accusations of serious assault and attack made against him by Rajya Sabha MP Swati Maliwal of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), claiming that she had the intention of hurting the chief minister.

In the complaint, Kumar stated that she was the one who “forcefully and unauthorisedly entered the CM’s residence, abused and assaulted him and threatened to implicate him in false cases,” in contrast to what the MP had claimed in the First Information Report. In addition, he said she had threatened to indict him and put him in jail by fabricating a case.

A copy of the complaint that HT has seen claims that Maliwal swore at Kumar for allegedly stopping her from going into the CM’s home’s main structure.

In his account of the purported events, Kumar also stated that Maliwal had broken into the CM’s home with force, made a disturbance, abused and beat him, and was now attempting to falsely accuse him.

Kumar complained to the station house officer of the Civil Lines police station, saying, “Not only did she breach the security of CM Residence, create a ruckus, and assault the complainant (Kumar); she is now trying to falsely implicate the undersigned complainant.”

It is required that you file the proper lawsuit against Ms. Maliwal. It is urged that her call logs, chat transcripts, and interactions with BJP leaders be looked at as well, since this might all have been done at the BJP’s behest during election season.

This is consistent with the Friday allegations made by the AAP. Senior minister Atishi refuted Maliwal’s claims at a news conference, claiming that her complaint was a part of a BJP plot. Atishi said that Kumar had made a follow-up police report.

A day after Maliwal filed a FIR, accusing Kumar of assaulting her on May 13 at Kejriwal’s house, Kumar filed his complaint.

According to a top Delhi Police official, Bibhav Kumar filed a complaint against Maliwal on Friday night. “We will investigate the complaint’s veracity before looking into the accusations made against the AAP MP. Following that, He requested anonymity and stated, “Necessary action will be taken in accordance with the law.”

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Requests for comments from SHO Civil Lines and the deputy commissioner of police (north) were not answered.

According to Kumar’s lawsuit, Maliwal’s “false statements and malafide actions” are distorting the truth about what actually happened.

“Swati Maliwal arrived at the chief minister’s residence at around 8:40 a.m. and asked to be allowed inside.” When the security guard asked who she was, she replied that she was a Rajya Sabha MP and asked them to let her in as she had an appointment. She was asked to wait by the security guard while he confirmed the details of her appointment. The officer verified and told her that no such appointment was on file, thus she was not allowed to enter. She then forcibly entered the premises in spite of the protests, trespassing there unlawfully and aggressively in spite of their repeated complaints, according to Kumar.

Kumar said that following her “forceful entry,” the staff instructed Maliwal to wait in the drawing room.

“The waiting area isn’t located in the CM’s primary residence. When the personnel requested her to wait outside the main building, she became irrationally angry and abusive. “She instructed them to vacate the waiting area and inquire about her appointment with the Chief Minister,” Bibhav said.

She rushed out of the waiting room and into the main building at about 9:00 a.m. [Kumar was notified of this]… The complainant went up to Maliwal and gently asked her to adhere to the correct protocol. He said that Maliwal began yelling and screaming at the complainant and hurling insults.

Kumar added that he requested Maliwal to leave in a courteous manner without “reacting to the abuses.” But Maliwal persisted in ignoring the numerous demands and threatened to harm her if he did not allow her to meet the chief minister, according to Bibhav.

The complainant politely and repeatedly asked Ms. Maliwal to abstain from intimidating her and other employees and to not take the law into her own hands. Disregarding the previous pleas, Ms. Maliwal left the drawing room and made her way into the CM mansion. The complainant deduced that she had dubious intentions and that she wanted to hurt the Honourable CM. Thus, the complainant stood in front of her to stop her from attempting to forcefully enter the interior of the house and voiced her severe objection to it. Ms. Maliwal pushed the complainant out of anger over this. The complaint stated that she subsequently became enraged, sat down on the couch, called the PCR, and began making obviously false accusations against the complainant.

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At 9.35 a.m., he claimed, Maliwal ultimately departed the property.

Kumar asked police to look into her call logs, chat logs, and connections with BJP leaders, claiming the accusations against him were made at their demand.

“I was dragged, slapped, and kicked,” Swati Maliwal claims in her FIR against Bibhav.

“Ms. Maliwal violently forced an unauthorised and unlawful entry into the CM Residence’s premises, breaching the property’s security, and intimidated the security personnel when they urged her to adhere to the appointment and entry protocol. Not only did Ms. Maliwal physically attack and insult the complainant when he requested her to leave the CM Residence, but she also threatened to incriminate him in bogus cases. As a result of Ms. Maliwal’s unlawful entrance, trespassing, breaching the CM residence’s security, obstructing government authorities from carrying out their duties, and assaulting the complainant, she is legally responsible for her actions, Kumar stated.

Atishi said earlier in the day that Maliwal is the “face of the BJP’s conspiracy” to discredit Kejriwal and the AAP.

“The BJP is afraid since Arvind Kejriwal left Tihar on bail. A plot was developed, and on May 13, Maliwal was dispatched to the chief minister’s residence to make unfounded accusations against Arvind Kejriwal. Maliwal was the public face of this plot; she showed up at Kejriwal’s house without warning or appointment. Then, according to Atishi, she made accusations against Bibhav Kumar.

Following the Maliwal incident, the Delhi BJP said that Atishi’s speech was only one of “confusion and disappointment.”

“Kejriwal’s silence on the subject as of yet makes it very evident that he is standing up for a thug. Atishi’s remarks, in this way, represent disillusionment and despair now that Kejriwal is encircled by suspicion due to Swati Maliwal’s issue,” stated Delhi BJP president Virendra Sachdeva.

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Sunita Kejriwal is requested by the Delhi High Court to remove Arvind Kejriwal’s court footage from social media.

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The wife of chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, Sunita Kejriwal, has been ordered by the Delhi High Court to remove a video of her husband speaking to a Delhi court from her social media accounts. The social media companies have also been ordered by the court to remove posts that contain links to the video.

In addition, the high court has sent notices to all parties involved in the PIL, which was filed by lawyer Vaibhav Singh, alleging that Kejriwal’s appearance before Delhi’s Rouse Avenue Court on March 28 violated the court’s regulations regarding video conferencing.

Among the five people requested to remove the social media posts is Sunita Kejriwal.

The court has set July 9 for the hearing.

On March 28, Arvind Kejriwal personally addressed Special Judge (PC Act) Kaveri Baweja after being brought before the court a second time after being arrested by the Enforcement Directorate in connection with the Delhi liquor policy case.

Sunita Kejriwal reposted the images after the audio and video recordings of the speech went viral on social media.

When films with comparable content are brought to their attention, the Delhi High Court ordered X, YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram to remove them.

The notice on the PIL filed by the Delhi-based attorney Vaibhav Singh was issued by a division bench made up of Justices Neena Bansal Krishna and Amit Sharma.

After he disregarded nine summonses from the Enforcement Directorate, Arvind Kejriwal was taken into custody on March 21 in relation to the excise policy fraud. Subsequently, the Delhi High Court affirmed the agency’s decision.

Later, Arvind Kejriwal petitioned the Supreme Court to overturn his arrest.

In order to enable Kejriwal to campaign for his Aam Aadmi Party during the Lok Sabha elections, the Supreme Court granted him temporary release in May for a period of 21 days.

On June 2, he turned himself in to the Tihar Jail officials per the Supreme Court’s directive.

The former bureaucrat Sunita Kejriwal had spent a great deal of time campaigning for the AAP during the Lok Sabha elections. But the party was unable to secure a single seat in the nation’s capital.

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“Attacking dreams of youth”: Priyanka Gandhi’s jab at the Centre in the context of the NEET-UG dispute

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Congresswoman Priyanka Gandhi Vadra criticised the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government on Friday, saying that it started “attacking the dreams of the youth as soon as it took oath,” in reference to the ongoing controversy surrounding the alleged irregularities surrounding the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET-Undergraduate) exams.

“As soon as the new BJP government took oath, it again started attacking the dreams of the youth,” Vadra remarked, taking aim at X. The complaints of 24 lakh students and their parents are totally disregarded by the haughty answer of Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan regarding the anomalies in the NEET exam results. Does the Minister of Education not recognise that the information is in the public domain?

The National Testing Agency (NTA) administered the exam on May 5 at 4,750 locations for around 24 lakh pupils. The exam is under investigation because of claims of compromised papers and debatable grace marks. The fact that 67 pupils, an exceptionally high percentage, achieved a perfect score of 720, raises concerns.

She further said that the administration was disregarding the youth. “The question is, by disregarding lakhs of young people and their parents, who in the system does the government hope to save?” Shouldn’t young people’s hopes cease to be offered up on the altar of this dishonest testing system?

Gandhi highlighted in her post that rather than dismissing concerns from parents and students, the government ought to listen to them carefully and take appropriate action. “The BJP government should abandon its ego and think seriously about the future of the youth and take measures to curb corruption in examinations,” she said.

Digvijay Singh, a Congress leader and former chief minister of Madhya Pradesh, has called for an investigation into the irregularities in the top medical exam and has suggested that the entire exam be cancelled.

“It is my demand that the entire examination be cancelled and rescheduled for a later date, along with a completely unbiased investigation into this matter under the recently passed legislation by the Parliament and the gravest penalties being meted out to the guilty,” Singh wrote on X.

Singh referred to it as the NEET-UG “scam” and described it as “extremely serious.”

The NEET (UG)-2024 fraud is a very significant matter. This is the massive nationwide version of the Madhya Pradesh Vyapam scandal, which not only calls into question the National Examination Agency’s (NTA) integrity but also demonstrates how flawed and corrupt it is. The nationwide scam by NTA in a significant exam like NEET conducted for admission to medical colleges raises questions on the entire credibility of the government and the examination agency, he continued, despite the Public Examinations (Prevention of Unfair Means) Bill 2024 being passed in Parliament in February 2024 and strict laws being enacted in this regard.

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“Should the government not seriously consider the following points?” he inquired further. How did the NEET exam paper leak in Patna on May 4, 2024, when the exam was scheduled for May 5? Additionally, why did the government do nothing when a FIR was filed on May 6 against those who were discovered in Patna? The exam’s registration date was set by NTA to take place between February 9 and March 9, 2024. This was later moved to March 16. What then was the rationale behind the one-day return of the online registration window on April 10?

On May 6, information of students collecting money to purchase the NEET question paper for ₹60 crore was reported in an Uttar Pradesh publication. Even so, how could the NTA describe these reports as unfounded in a press release on May 6, 2024, rather than acknowledging them? How come 67 students received all 720 marks out of 720 when the exam results were released in June 2024? In contrast, only 2 students received all 720 marks out of 720 in 2020, 3 in 2021, 0 in 2022, and 2 in 2023. In what way did the All India Rank-1 toppers’ count rise by  5625 per cent compared to last year? Isn’t this unexpected,” he also said.

On Thursday, the NTA notified the Supreme Court that it will be nullifying the results of 1563 applicants who obtained “grace marks” in the NEET-UG examination. On June 23, these applicants will have the chance to repeat the test; the outcomes will be made public by June 30.

In addition, the NTA informed the bench of Justices Vikram Nath and Sandeep Mehta that a committee had been established to examine the outcomes of the applicants who received bonus points because of the challenges they encountered in the NEET-UG examination. “The Committee has made the decision to remove the grace marks from the scorecards of 1563 NEET-UG 2024 participants. These students will have the opportunity to retake the exam. The exam will be conducted on June 23 and the results will be declared before June 30,” it said.

Singh also questioned the fairness of the treatment of students who choose not to appear in court.

1,563 students who had received grace marks but had supplied different answers to the exams moved to court to resolve the issue. Therefore, did those pupils who were unable to access the courts not receive justice? How did eight students who took the exam at the same location in Jhajjar, Haryana, achieve a score of 720 out of 720? While one of these pupils did not pass the exam for the twelfth grade? He went on, “Why don’t any of these toppers in this centre have a last name?

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He also has concerns about the exam’s grace mark distribution. “How did eight students from this examination centre receive 720 out of 720 marks if Bihar Police had looked into an examination centre in Hazaribagh, Jharkhand, on suspicion of irregularities and NTA had denied a paper leak?” And how did a few students at this centre receive grades of 716, 718, and 719? Which formula was used to determine the pupils’ scores of 718 and 719? Because a student can receive up to 715 marks for a single incorrect answer, as per the stated formula, if they answer a question incorrectly, their 4 marks will be decreased and they will receive a minus marking of 1 mark.

Singh made fun of the centre by claiming that students from Jharkhand, Odisha, and Karnataka selected Gujarat as their centre. A day prior to the exam, he further stated that the paper was leaked on the instant messaging service Telegram.

Why did the NTA deny any misconduct in the face of this evidence? Why didn’t the government investigate the claims that students in Gujarat were bribing an international education consultant between ₹20 and ₹25 lakhs? Why were English-language question papers handed to Hindi-language students at a Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan, testing centre? The Honourable Supreme Court has questioned the validity of NEET and has mandated that 1563 candidates who received grace marks on June 23, 2024, take the exam again.This will not benefit those students who could not go to court,” he added.

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Violence in Manipur: Two abandoned Meitei houses in Jiribam are set on fire by a mob

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Imphal: In a different instance in Jiribam, Manipur, where new violence broke out last week, two Meitei abandoned houses were purportedly set on fire in the small hours of Friday by unidentified miscreants.

This occurs in spite of the fact that more security forces have been stationed in the Jiribam district following the resurgence of unrest in the Manipur border district.

The incident happened on Friday morning in Bhutangkhal, which is under the Borobekra police station, according to the police. There were no recorded casualties during the event.

Manipur’s Jiribam district, which borders Assam, is a major centre for commerce. But on June 6, a new wave of violence broke out when the beheaded body of a missing individual was discovered, putting an end to business as usual in the region.

Thousands of residents have been forced to leave to safer locations in nearby Assam and other areas of the Jiribam district after more than 70 houses belonging to both communities have been completely destroyed so far.

According to district police, more security personnel have been stationed nearby to stop any unwelcome events from happening. Additional security personnel are keeping an eye on critical areas, including Manipur Police and central forces.

The All Jiribam Muslim Welfare Society (AJMWS) limited the district’s Eid-ul-Adha celebration’s amusement and recreational opportunities in light of the current circumstances in Jiribam.

According to an announcement from the AJMWS, the decision was made during a society meeting that took place on Friday in Sonapur, Jiribam.

The AJMWS announced that Eid-ul-adha Namaz will be served at the separate Masjids of the neighbourhood, prohibiting large-scale prayer gatherings for condolences at the Eidgah of Jiribam’s Muslim neighbourhoods.

During the conference, it was also determined to limit all forms of pleasure and recreation related to the Eid-ul-Adha festival in Jiribam, with the exception of the holiday’s prayers and required activities.

Given the current state of affairs in Manipur, AJMWS has made the decision to conduct a special prayer on Eid day in hopes of bringing peace and normalcy back to the region as well as ensuring the souls of those who have lost their lives in the ongoing violence in Manipur rest in peace. Additionally, it pleaded with all of Jiribam’s Muslim brothers and sisters to refrain from making pointless motions throughout the region.

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