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In response to Narendra Modi’s explanation, Asaduddin Owaisi charges that there is “immense hatred for Muslims.”

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In response to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s statement that he never addressed “Muslims” in his contentious “infiltrators” comment last month, AIMIM president Asaduddin Owaisi responded on Wednesday, saying that the BJP stalwart’s whole political career was built on “anti-Muslim politics.”

One of the BJP government’s most vocal opponents, Asaduddin Owaisi, asserted that during the Lok Sabha election campaign, PM Modi “spread countless lies and immense hatred against Muslims.” He called PM Modi’s explanation “misleading.”

The Member of Parliament from Hyderabad also criticised people who support the BJP even after hearing Prime Minister Narendra Modi speak.

“Modi had referred to Muslims in his address as infiltrators and over-childbearing individuals. He now claims that he never discussed Muslims and was never Hindu-Muslim. Why was this bogus explanation provided after such a lengthy delay? The only foundation of Modi’s political career has been anti-Muslim sentiment. Modi and the BJP have stoked great animosity and disinformation against Muslims in this election. Asaduddin Owaisi commented on X, “Every voter who supported the BJP in spite of these comments is in the dock, not only Modi.

PM Modi stirred much controversy last month when he said that the Congress intended to divide the nation’s riches to people “who have more children and infiltrators” during a rally in Banswara, Rajasthan.

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In an interview with News18 yesterday, Prime Minister Modi insisted that he wasn’t specifically speaking about Muslims. He claimed to be speaking for all low-income families in the nation.

I’m taken aback. Who informed you that the assumption is that Muslims are those who have more children when they are discussed? Why do you treat Muslims with such injustice? This is also the case for low-income households. Regardless of their socioeconomic circle, there are more children in areas of poverty. I made no mention of Muslims or Hindus. As I’ve previously stated, a person should have as many children as they are able to raise. “Avoid putting yourself in a position where the state must look after your kids,” the prime minister said.

After the Godhra riots in 2002, PM Modi further asserted that his opponents had attempted to damage his reputation among Muslims.

He threatened to revoke his permission to appear in public if he “started doing Hindu-Muslim.” He declared that he would never practise Hinduism or Islam.

The Election Commission received a protest from the Congress on Modi’s “deeply objectionable” statements. JP Nadda, the national head of the BJP, was contacted by the commission regarding the allegation.

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Delhi Lok Sabha Election 2024: The IMD anticipates sweltering temperatures on election day

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Delhi Lok Sabha Election 2024: On Saturday, May 25, the day of the sixth phase of the Lok Sabha elections, which will see contests for all seven parliamentary seats, the India Meteorological Department has forecast heatwave conditions in specific places in the nation’s capital. The meteorological bureau predicts that the highest temperature in Delhi would be 44 degrees Celsius.

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The sky was mostly clear. Conditions of warm nights and heat waves in remote areas. Strong surface winds (25–35 kmph) with occasional gusts during the day are forecast for Saturday by the regional meteorological centre in New Delhi.

The meteorological centre predicts that Saturday, May 25, will have mild temperatures. While most people can tolerate the heat, there is a moderate health risk for those who are more susceptible, such as young children, the elderly, and people who have long-term medical conditions. The weather service recommended people to stay out of the heat and to dress in loose-fitting, light-colored cotton clothing that is lightweight. They also advised covering the head with an umbrella, cap, or piece of cloth.

Chief Electoral Officer of Delhi, P Krishnamurthy, highlighted that extensive steps had been taken in response to the predicted high temperatures of 44 to 45 degrees Celsius, in accordance with the Election Commission’s orders and the severe heat wave predicted by the IMD.

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As per the most recent IMD weather bulletin, scorching conditions could persist until May 27 in certain regions of Punjab, Haryana, and Chandigarh.

Heatwave conditions are predicted for East Uttar Pradesh from May 25 to May 27, while West Uttar Pradesh may experience them on May 26 and 27. Up till May 27, isolated areas of Delhi can potentially see hot conditions.

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The Lok Sabha elections are slated to take place in Delhi on Saturday, May 25. Voting will be conducted in each of the seven parliamentary constituencies from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.

The India Meteorological Department issued a heatwave alert, and in response, officials have set up arrangements at polling places across Delhi.

The major rivalry is between the Congress and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)-led INDIA coalition and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Together, the AAP and Congress will run for four seats each in the Delhi elections, but the Congress will only run for three.

Chandni Chowk, North East Delhi, East Delhi, New Delhi, North West Delhi, West Delhi, and South Delhi are the seven constituencies.

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Lok Sabha polls: The nation votes tomorrow, intensifying the sixth phase struggle.

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The ongoing Lok Sabha polls are in their penultimate sixth phase, which begins on Saturday. As the election battle heats up, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congressman Rahul Gandhi are leading their respective parties’ campaigns.

Rahul Gandhi’s Metro ride

Gandhi rode the Delhi Metro on Thursday and spoke with other riders. Gandhi posted images from the trip on the social networking site X.

“Delhiites take the metro. He posted a caption for the photo, saying, “I am happy to see that our initiative of building Metro in Delhi has proved so convenient for public transportation. I met fellow passengers and inquired about their well-being.”

Gandhi is also making a lot of appearances in Delhi to promote party candidate Kanhaiya Kumar. This Saturday is Delhi’s election day. On June 4, the results will be made public.

Sonia Gandhi calls for the triumph of the INDIA coalition

“This election is really significant. The nation’s democracy and Constitution are at stake in this election. The issues being fought in this election include attacks on constitutional institutions, inflation, and unemployment. She urged Delhi voters to support the candidates of the Congress and INDIA bloc alliance, saying, “You have to play your part in this fight.”

Gandhi emphasised the urgent concerns the Congress has been raising in its election campaign for the Lok Sabha elections by saying, “Every single vote of yours will create employment, reduce inflation, empower women and build an equitable and equal India in a golden future.”

Kharge: The United Opposition will provide a ten-year stable government

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In an interview with Sunetra Choudhury and Saubhadra Chatterji of HT, Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge discusses the campaign of his party, the future of the INDIA bloc alliance, and the possibility of a regime change following the announcement of the results.

Government takes action to revoke Prajwal’s diplomatic pass

As Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah approached Prime Minister Modi a second time to expedite action in the matter, the external affairs ministry was on Thursday in the process of cancelling the diplomatic passport of MP Prajwal Revanna, the suspended Janata Dal (Secular) leader facing allegations of mass sexual abuse.

On Tuesday, the official letter from the Karnataka government cancelling Prajwal’s passport was received by the external affairs ministry, according to sources with knowledge of the situation who spoke on condition of anonymity.

The 33-year-old MP is presently in Germany and is being charged with rape, criminal intimidation, and sexual harassment following the discovery of thousands of films allegedly depicting him engaging in sexual actions with various women.

One of the individuals mentioned above stated, “This is being processed under the provisions of the Passports Act of 1967 and relevant regulations,” without providing any other information. How long it will take to cancel the passport was not immediately apparent.

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Prior to Phase 6 polls, 33,000 police officers and 17,500 home guards were stationed in Delhi for the Lok Sabha election.

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Sanjay Sehrawat, the DCP Election cell of Delhi Police, announced on Thursday that 33,000 police officers from Delhi Police, along with 51 paramilitary companies and 17,500 Home Guards from Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, and Madhya Pradesh, will be stationed in the nation’s capital ahead of the May 25 sixth phase of the Lok Sabha elections.

Additionally, Sehrawat disclosed that they have employed drones in highly sensitive areas to keep an eye out for any illicit activity.

“The Delhi Police has finished getting ready for the May 25 elections. Of the 2628 polling places, 429 are extremely sensitive. Along with the 33,000 Delhi Police officers stationed at the polling place, 51 paramilitary units will also be present for security, and 17,500 Home Guards from Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, and MP will also be present, according to DCP Sehrawat.

“We have hired drones in very sensitive areas to monitor any illegal activities,” he stated.

Sehrawat also revealed that a lot of CCTV cameras have been placed on the interstate borders in anticipation of the simultaneous elections in Haryana and Delhi.

On the interstate borders, we have erected a sizable number of CCTV cameras that will be watched around-the-clock. A combined team from the Delhi Police and the Haryana Police will be monitoring the Delhi-Haryana border because both cities are holding elections on the same day,” he stated.

The Delhi Police seized approximately ₹14 crore in cash during the entire election campaign, according to the DCP Election cell. The purpose of the investigation is to determine how this money was spent.

All seven seats in Delhi are up for election in a single phase, and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the INDIA bloc—which includes the Congress and AAP—will compete fiercely.

In the nation’s capital, the Aam Aadmi Party and the Congress are fighting together for four seats and three seats, respectively. Chandni Chowk, East Delhi, New Delhi, North East Delhi, North West Delhi, South Delhi, and West Delhi are the seven parliamentary constituencies in Delhi.

Polling took place in its first five phases on April 19, April 26, May 7, May 13, and May 20. The following two voting rounds are scheduled for June 1 and May 25. On June 4, the votes will be tallied and the results announced.

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