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the party will deliberate on it.blamed the Centre for "rising incidents of atrocities against the Dalits" in the Parliament.Mayawati had raised the issue of four Dalit youths being beaten up in public and parading them in Una town in Gujarat by cow protection vigilantes She made these claims in Rajya Sabha "Since the BJP-led government has come to power (at the Centre) the Dalits are being exploited at different levels There are several incidents and this reflects the narrow and casteist mindset of this party towards these groups" Mayawati had said You can watch the video of Singh’s remarks here: WATCH: UP BJP VP Dayashankar Singh uses derogatory language against BSP Chief Mayawati compares her to a prostitutehttps://tco/vic0uDhbkq — ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) July 20 2016 (With inputs from IANS) Srinagar: Curfew was on Thursday imposed in south Kashmir’s Anantnag town while it remained in force in three police station areas of Srinagar city in view of the separatists’ call for a protest march Representational image Reuters Normal life meanwhile remained affected in the Valley for the 76th straight day Curfew has been imposed in Anantnag town in view of the separatists call for a march to the district The curbs also remain in force in three police station areas of downtown (interior city) a police official said He said the three police station areas of the summer capital where the curfew was in force are Nowhatta MR Gunj and Khanyar The official said restrictions on the assembly of people under Section 144 CrPc continued to remain in force in the Valley The separatists have called for a march to Anantnag and Srinagar uptown areas The separatists who are spearheading the current agitation in the Valley have extended the protest programme till 29 September They have announced periodic relaxation in the strike on some days Meanwhile normal life continued to remain disturbed in Kashmir for the 76th consecutive day due to restrictions and separatist-sponsored strike Shops business establishments and petrol pumps continued to remain shut in Srinagar and elsewhere in the Valley while public transport was off the roads Schools colleges and other educational institutions also continued to remain shut Mobile Internet services also remained suspended while the outgoing calls on prepaid numbers continued to remain barred across the Valley As many as 81 people including two cops have been killed in the unrest that broke out a day after Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani was killed in an encounter with security forces in South Kashmir on 8 July Srinagar:National Conference working president Omar Abdullah on Wednesday said the "unabated repression" of civilians in Kashmir seemed like an effort to punish people for the ongoing unrest but would only prolong the cycle of violence that has left the Valley on the boil File image of Omar Abdullah PTI "Nocturnal raids imposing slapping of Public Safety Acts indiscriminately ransacking peoples’ homes and burning their crops and animal fodder cannot be an acceptable modus operandi of the state’s security forces in dealing with a political situation" Omar said He said it was imprudent to expect that such acts would lead to sustainable peace and normalcy "Hundreds of electric transformers in rural areas have been damaged beyond repair in a clear attempt to persecute people en-masse by depriving them of essential services People in rural areas are now trying to protect electric transformers in their areas with sand bags because security forces are firing bullets to damage them" he said in a statement The former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister said trying to "arm twist" people into political adherence was a dangerous policy and would only lead to more violence "New Delhi accepted that dialogue is the answer to the simmering discontent in Kashmir and their current assumption that the agitation can be seen off by tiring people is fraught with enormous risks because when the fatigue wears out – as it eventually will the agitation will spark off again "To deal with Kashmir as cyclic problem of agitations and managing agitations defies the overarching interests of peace and prosperity" Omar said He said the fundamental rights of the people in Kashmir have to be upheld and the state’s "intentional reluctance" to do so fuels the perception of isolation and alienation in Kashmir "Treating all Kashmiris as hostile combatants who deserve to be persecuted into discipline and coerced into normalcy is a validation of those voices that question the State’s sincerity in dealing with the people of Kashmir fairly humanely and in a just manner" he said Coimbatore: Controversial right wing outfit Sri Ram Sena’s chief Pramod Muthalik on Wednesday said he would submit a memorandum to Prime Minister Narendra Modi highlighting the need for providing licences for firerams for self-protection for leaders of Hindu outfits considering increasing incidents of attacks on them Sri Ram Sena chief Pramod Muthalik said he will ask the Modi government to provide firearm licenses to Hindu outfit leaders IBNLive As providing police protection was limited to certain areas it was necessary for the leaders to carry firearms since there was threat to them from various quarters including extremist forces who were carrying sophisticated weapons Muthalik told reporters here adding similar petitions would be submitted to the Union Home Minister and State Chief Minister Jayalalithaa The government can also consider providing such licences to all those who face threats including Dalits who are also becoming target of attacks he said He claimed that in Tamil Nadu alone 127 workers of Hindu outfits were murdered in the last 10 years On sexual assaults on women including minor girls he said the Government and school managements should come out with a dress code for the students since attire was also one of the reasons for such heinous crime He also said government should ban forcible conversions Muthalik said Tamil Nadu government should follow Kerala and introduce prohibition in phases which would decrease crime rate Muthalik who hit the headlines in 2009 after members of his organisation attacked boys and girls at a pub in Mangalore submitted a memorandum highlighting the need for providing licences for firearms for Hindu outfit leaders and others facing threats to the city police commissioner PTI there will be no such programmes in government schools.

Details of discussions between PDP and BJP were not available but PDP leaders have said that they would not compromise on some issues concerning Jammu and Kashmir.Governor NN Vohra has sent separate letters to both the PDP and the BJP inviting them to discuss government formation The PDP is clear that article 370 of the constitution which gives special status to Jammu and Kashmir cannot be revoked The BJP has traditionally been opposed to this article The PDP also wants the Armed Forces Special Powers Act which gives sweeping powers to security forces to go – and the multi-regional multi-ethnic multi-religious identity of the state to be protected While the PDP won all but two of its 28 seats in the assembly from the Muslim-dominated Kashmir Valley all the 25 seats of the BJP were bagged in the Hindu-majority Jammu region Any government will need the support of at least 44 legislators in the 87-seat assembly PDP spokesman Naeem Akhtar said his party was trying to strike the best deal for all the three regions of the state: the Kashmir Valley the Jammu region and the mainly Buddhist Ladakh "As the single largest party we respect the support offered to us by other parties" Akhtar said while commenting on the offers from the National Conference and the Congress The National Conference and Congress have 15 and 12 seats respectively PDP and Congress have together ruled the state earlierbut the NC’s surprise offer of support to PDP in governmentformation has introduced a new element in the power stakes? is awaiting more Hindi assignments. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Abantika Ghosh | New Delhi | Published: December 12, when it was mid-air,” their statement said. they say it is just a matter of time before women, this year.the administration should increase seating capacity to encourage art.We have asked the consultants to submit three plans to renovate the Birla Krida Kendra. and get even richer.

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