Devendra Fadnavis targeted the Maha Vikas Aghadi on its one-year of governance and said that Shiv Sena has discarded Hindutva, apparently referring to its alliance with the Congress.
"I am grateful to Congress president Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi for showing trust in me and giving me such an important responsibility. I have been given this task in a very difficult situation but I will try my best to perform well and live up to the party's expectations," Bansal told media persons.
PM Modi visited Serum Institute of India, the largest producer of vaccines in the world by volume. It has partnered with global pharma giant AstraZeneca and Oxford University for vaccine against COVID-19.
PM Modi interacted with scientists and company officials at Biotech, which is collaborating with the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) for an indigenous Covid-19 vaccine using the virus strain isolated by ICMR's National Institute of Virology (NIV) based in Pune.
Investigation under PMLA revealed that Babu Lal Agrawal in connivance with his CA Sunil Agrawal and his brother Ashok Agrawal and Pawan Agrawal opened more than 400 bank accounts in the name of gullible villagers of Kharora, and its nearby villages.
DDC Elections: Kupwara recorded voting percentage of 13.492 per cent, Bandipora 17.874 per cent, Baramulla 12.196 per cent, Ganderbal 23.144 per cent, Srinagar 10.641 per cent, Budgam 28.472 per cent, Pulwama 3.514 per cent, Shopian 29.341 per cent, Kulgam 14.911 per cent and Anantnag 23.462 per cent till 11.00 am.
Yogi Adityanath will lead roadshow in Malkajgiri parliamentary constituency. Later, at Hyderabad's old city, which is known as a base of All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM), Adityanath will address a public meeting at Shah Ali Banda.
‘Delhi Chalo’ march against farm laws: Farmers have started assembling at the Burari ground, however, their opposition to new farm bills remains unrelenting. "Our protest will continue till the farm laws are not withdrawn. We are here for the long haul," said a couple of them.
UP Governor promulgated the ordinance today. This comes after Yogi Adityanath Cabinet on Nov 24 cleared the Ordinance, proposing maximum punishment of 10 years for "love jihad" related offences.