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PM attacks on Narmada dam protesters | Performance of PFI in Kerala-Tamil Nadu

A conference of environment ministers was inaugurated at Ekta Nagar at Kevadia Colony in Narmada. The National Conference of Environment Ministers will last for two days. PM Modi addressed a virtual conference Expressing his strong opposition against the action of the central agencies, the Popular Front of India (PFI) has called for a dawn-to-dusk strike in Kerala. In the meantime there is news of great commotion. Important news so far including rampant vandalism from Kerala to Tamil Nadu

Read more: PM Modi lashes out at Narmada dam protesters

A conference of environment ministers was inaugurated at Ekta Nagar at Kevadia Colony in Narmada. The National Conference of Environment Ministers will last for two days. PM Modi is addressing a virtual conference. He said that the synergy of nature, environment and development is Ektanagar.

Read more: PFI protests in Kerala and Tamil Nadu against NIA action, vandalized

The Popular Front of India (PFI) has called for a dawn-to-dusk strike in Kerala to protest against the actions of central agencies. In the meantime there is news of great commotion. Massive vandalism is being done from Kerala to Tamil Nadu, BJP office in Tamil Nadu has also been attacked. Government buses have been targeted and vandalized in Kochi. Also there are news of vandalism in Thiruvananthapuram.

Read more: Painting on government walls in Ahmedabad will be fined, AMC will take action

Political parties have started campaigning for Gujarat assembly elections. Some time ago in the city of Ahmedabad, political parties made their own signs on every public wall and painted the walls. Which was criticized a lot. Then expenses have been incurred to remove paintings done by political parties from these walls.

Read more: Four days of rain forecast in the state, clouds to engulf south Gujarat

Rain has been predicted in the state for the next four days. Especially in South Gujarat, it may rain during Navratri. So the weather will remain dry in Saurashtra and Kutch. While scattered rain is forecast in Gir Somnath-Amreli, heavy rain is likely in Valsad and Daman. However, the relief news is that the possibility of heavy rains in the state is negligible. There will be rain in South Gujarat on September 26 and 27. But on the other hand, the monsoon has already started to depart in Kutch.

Read more: Awake? When PM’s call came to External Affairs Minister Jaishankar at midnight

Prime Minister Narendra Modi calls his ministers day and night to get updates. Foreign Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar confirmed this by narrating an incident. This incident is related to the rescue mission of Indians from Afghanistan. During an event in New York, USA, Jaishankar said, ‘It was midnight on the phone this time the Prime Minister… He was assuming that I would recognize him. He… So his first question was, are you awake?

Read more: Congress president post: Ashok Gehlot to contest, CM to step down

As the election for the post of Congress president draws nearer, the whole picture seems to be getting clearer. For the past several days, there was a lot of confusion over the candidature for the post of President, which has now come to an end. Ashok Gehlot has made it clear that he is going to contest for the post of chairman. According to him, Rahul Gandhi has decided that he will not be in the presidential race, so now Gehlot will file his nomination and stake a claim for the presidency.

Read more: Delhi-NCR battered by rains, Met department issues alert

The rains in Delhi-NCR for the last three days have made the situation miserable. Delhi-NCR is flooded due to rain. In such a situation, people’s difficulties have increased. According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), rain will continue in Delhi on Friday as well. The Meteorological Department has issued a yellow alert in view of the possibility of rain.

Read more: 40 dead in Iran, internet shut down, government warns protesters

The ongoing protests against the hijab in Iran have turned more violent. So far 40 protesters have been killed. Protests are taking place across Iran after the death of Iranian woman Mahsa Amini. In view of the violent protests, the government has banned the internet. Meanwhile, Iran’s Intelligence Ministry warned on Thursday that participation in the protests was illegal and that action would be taken against the demonstrators.

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