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  1. 1. WELCOME! Aishwary Pradhan Jaipur: BJP National Presi- dent JP Nadda on Thursday will flag off 51 (raths) chari- ots and launch Jan Ak- rosh Yatra from Dussehra ground in Jaipur. Under the program, chariots will leave from each district on Decem- ber 2, in which sen- ior leaders of state will participate. On December 3 and 4, chariots will be sent to all the 200 assemblies of Rajasthan. During this Jan Aakrosh Yatra, central lead- ers of BJP, senior leaders of the state, all MPs, MLAs and state office bearers of Ra- jasthan will participate. Dur- ing the Rath Yatra, at many places, senior leaders of the BJP will do chaupals in the village at night and spend the night in the same village. A target has been set to gather a crowd of 5,000 in the meetings to be held during Yatra in every assembly con- stituency from Dec 14 to 20. BJP NATIONAL PRESIDENT JP NADDA IN JAIPUR TODAY; HE WILL FLAG OFF 51 (RATHS) CHARIOTS AND LAUNCH PARTY’S JAN AKROSH YATRA KEY HIGHLIGHTS DECEMBER 1: BJP National President JP Nadda to address big meeting where more than 10,000 people are expected to participate DECEMBER 2: Chariots will leave from each district in which all leaders of state will take part DECEMBER 3,4: The chariots will be sent to all the 200 assemblies of Rajasthan. During the Rath Yatra, at many places, leaders of BJP will do chaupals Jagat Prakash Nadda PM NARENDRA MODI TO ADDRESS 7 RALLIES TODAY, TOMORROW GUV DEVVRAT PICKS UP BROOM & LIFTS LITTER AT VIDYAPITH Governor Acharya Devvrat sweeping floor with a broom at Gujarat Vidyapith on Wednesday. Shashikant Sharma Ahmedabad: The Governor of Gujarat, Acharya Devvrat surprised everyone on Wednesday by undertaking a surprise inspection of the Gujarat Vidyapith, Ahmedabad. The Governor suddenly reached the Vidyapith around 10 o’clock in the morning and observing a pile of filth in the campus, the Governor could not control himself and picked up a broom in his hands. Acharya Devvrat, who is famous for starting a cleanliness campaign wherever he sees dirt, Turn to P5 Gandhinagar: Having campaigned extensively in areas of the state which go to the polls in the first phase of the assembly election, PM Modi will again visit Gujarat on December 1 and 2. Party sources said he will address seven rallies during his two- day canvassing tour. 788 candidates in fray for 89 Assembly seats for 1st phase voting today The remaining 93seats will be decided in a vote on December 5 GUJARAT TO VOTE TODAY! Moni Sharma Ahmedabad: The cam- paigning for the first phase of elections in 89 of the total 182 seats in Gujarat came to an end on December 29. The first phase of elections will take place today. The remaining 93 seats will be decided in a vote on December 5. The Gujarat assem- bly elections will fea- ture 1,621 candidates. A total of 788 candidates will run for the 89 seats up for election in Phase 1, including 70 women and 339 independents. Similarly, 833 candi- dates will compete for the 93 seats in Phase 2. In the second round, there are 69 female can- didates and 285 inde- pendents. More on P5 AAP MIGHT NOT OPEN ACCOUNT IN GUJARAT, SAYS AMIT SHAH Union Home Minister Amit Shah during his huge election campaign roadshow on eve of 1st phase voting in Ahmedabad on Wednesday. HM Amit Shah in an interview to PTI has downplayed AAP’s challenge in Guj polls, claiming Kejri’s party may not even open its account. He described Modi’s popularity, all-round devp of Guj imple- mentation of zero appease- ment policy as main reasons for people repeatedly reposing faith in BJP over last 27 years. Every party has a right to contest elections, but it is up to people to accept party or not. AAP is no- where in mind of people of Gujarat. Wait for election results, maybe AAP’s name would not figure in the list of successful candidates. —Amit Shah, HM EVM and other polling materials stacked in rows as preparations underway on the eve of first phase of Gujarat Assembly elections, in Surat on Wednesday. EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW MODIJI IS OUR BIGGEST LEADER, GUJARATIS FEEL PROUD OF HIM, SAYS SHAH THERE WILL BE A HISTORIC VICTORY FOR BJP UNDER MODI’S GUIDANCE: NADDA In a tete-a-tete with First India’s Aditi Nagar, Union Home Minister Amit Shah stressed that the BJP will break its own previous record of seats won in election. Shah also claimed that foul words used by Congress against PM Narendra Modi have always made Gujaratis vote for PM Modi and BJP. l Do you think the claim that BJP’s earlier record on seats will be broken? Definitely. We will have an unexpected win with the most number of seats. More on P8 BJP national prez JP Nadda conducted a rally in Nadiad on Wednesday and spoke to First India’s Aditi Nagar wherein he stressed that the hard work of all the leaders under PM Modi’s guidance will result in a huge, one-sided and historic victory for BJP. l Carpet bombing of rallies have happened in Guj. Now what results are you expecting? I see that Gujarat’s people are one sided in favour of BJP. Everyone has an unbreakable love and trust towards PM Modi. More on P8 We will win bypoll as well as next Assembly polls too: Gehlot Laxman Raghav Sardarshahar: Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has said that Congress is going to win Sardar- shahar by-election once again. “Eight by-elec- tions have been held in the state during the ten- ure of the present gov- ernment, in which Con- gress has won six times. BJP’s deposit has also been forfeited and it has been at number three as well,” Gehlot addressed a public meeting at Gan- dhi Chowk for the by- election in Sardarsha- har assembly seat claimed that the forma- tion of the Congress government is certain not only in the by-elec- tions but also in the next assembly elections. Turn to P8 Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot addresses public rally at Gandhi Chowk in Sardarshahar on Wednesday. Pratap Singh Khachariyawas, Anil Sharma and other leaders are also present here. Till now 9.36 lakh people have left the country. Some are going for employment and some are doing business there after studies. In the coming times, the world will say that Indians are leaving their country. 1 million people going out is a serious matter. The central govern- ment should consider this as a serious matter. —Ashok Gehlot, Chief Minister ● CM demands PM Modi to implement Old Pension Scheme in the entire country ● Gehlot campaigned in support of Congress candidate Anil Sharma for bypolls WORLD AIDS DAY JAIPUR l THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2022 l Pages 12 l 3.00 l RNI NO. RAJENG/2019/77764 l Vol 4 l Issue No. 175 BSE SENSEX 63,099.65 417.81 | NSE NIFTY 18,758.35 140.30 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia OUR EDITIONS: JAIPUR, NEW DELHI & MUMBAI KOREA SCRAMBLES JETS AFTER RUSSIA, CHINA WARPLANES FLYOVER AT ITS ZONE Beirut: The Islamic State jihadist group said Wednesday that its leader Abu Hasan al-Hashimi al-Qurashi has been killed in battle and announced a replacement. A spokesman for the jihadist group said Hashimi, identified the group’s new leader as Abu al-Hussein al-Husseini al-Qurashi. Seoul: South Korea scrambled its jet fighters on Wednesday after Chinese, Russian strategic bombers flew a joint patrol in its air defence zone in western Pacific without warning. Jets were deployed after 2 Chinese, 6 Russian planes breached Korea’s KADIZ. CHINA WARNS USA NOT TO INTERFERE IN TIES WITH INDIA Washington: China has warned American officials not to interfere in its relationship with India. Throughout its standoff with India along LAC, Chinese officials sought to downplay severity of the crisis, emphasising Beijing’s intent to preserve border stability. ISLAMIC STATE GROUP ANNOUNCES DEATH OF LEADER INDIA’S Q2 GDP GROWTH COMES IN AT 6.3% New Delhi: The Indian economy has grown by 6.3% in the July to Sep- tember quarter, down from explosive growth of 13.5% in the previous quarter, as distortions caused by Covid lock- downs faded, but the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) raised repo rates to combat inflationary pressure, official data revealed on Wednesday . Last year, the GDP growth rate was 8.4% in the July-September quarter. The NSO, un- der the Ministry of Sta- tistics and Programme Implementation, re- leased the data on the quarterly estimates of the July-September pe- riod of the current fi- nancial year. Bilkis Bano moves SC challenging release of 11 rape convicts New Delhi: Bilkis Bano has moved the Supreme Court against the remission of sentences and the release of convicts in the 2002 gang-rape case. The 11 men were sentenced to life im- prisonment for gang- raping her and mur- dering her family members. Bilkis Bano was 21 years old and five-months pregnant when she was raped while fleeing riots that broke out after Godhra train incident. NAWAB MALIK’S BAIL PLEA REJECTED Mumbai: A special court in Mumbai on Wednesday refused bail to ex-Maha minister Nawab Malik in a money laundering case linked to Dawood Ibrahim. ED ARRESTS BUDDY DIR AMIT ARORA New Delhi: The ED arrested Buddy Retail Pvt Limited director Amit Arora in connection with its money laundering into alleged irregularities in Delhi Excise Policy case. POLICE GETS 3-DAY REMAND OF PINKI New Delhi: EOW of Delhi Police on Wednesday got 3-day remand of Pinki Irani in connection with probe in `200 crore case involving jailed conman Sukesh Chandrasekhar. AT LEAST 16 KILLED, 24 INJURED IN NORTH AFGHANISTAN BLAST Kabul: At least 19 people were killed and 24 others wounded Wednesday by a blast at a madrassa in Afghanistan’s northern city of Aybak. There have been dozens of blasts and attacks targeting civilians since the Taliban returned to power. FORMER CHINESE PRESIDENT JIANG ZEMIN DIES AGED 96 Beijing: Former Chinese President Jiang Zemin, who led the country for a decade of rapid economic growth after the Tiananmen crackdown in 1989, died on Wednesday at the age of 96, prompting a wave of nostalgia for the more liberal times he oversaw. AAFTAB CONFESSED TO KILLING SHRADDHA IN POLYGRAPH TEST New Delhi: In the Shraddha murder case, accused Aaftab Poonawala reportedly confessed to killing his live- in partner in the polygraph test. Aaftab, who not only strangled Shraddha but also chopped her body into 35 pieces and disposed them. READ Crucial Crucial TOYOTA KIRLOSKAR VICE CHAIRMAN DIES OF CARDIAC ARREST Bengaluru: Toyota Kirloskar Motor Vice Chairperson Vikram S Kirloskar, 64, has died due to a heart attack, the automaker said on Wednesday. Kirloskar suffered a cardiac arrest on Tuesday and was taken to a hospital, where he passed away. TOP STORIES Other Raj Other Raj l CBI conducted raids at the premises of SNG group in connection with a financial fraud. Team recovered some documents pertaining to financial transactions P3 l Drug Control and CBN team raided the house of a top doctor in the capital city on Wednesday P3
  2. 2. RAJASTHAN JAIPUR | THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2022 02 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia JanAakroshYatrarathstocover 200 constituencies: Arun Singh The yatra will expose jungle raj, misrule and corruption under the Congress govt First India Bureau Alwar: BJP National General Secretary and State In-charge Arun Singh on Wednesday said that the chariots of the Jan Aakrosh Yatra being taken out by the state BJP in all 200 as- sembly constituencies against “the jungle raj, misrule and corruption under the rule of the Congress government” will be flagged off by BJP national President JP Nadda from Jaipur. Singh and Alwar Dis- trict President Balwan Singh Yadav addressed a press conference in in Behror. “On December 17, 2022, the Congress party of Ashok Gehlot government of Ra- jasthan will celebrate 4 years, there will be a cel- ebration, whether it will happen or not, this will beknowthenonly .Inthe history of Rajasthan, not only I, the leaders sitting on the dais but also the people of Ra- jasthan have never seen such a useless, ineffi- cient and indolent, cor- rupt and anarchic gov- ernment,” said Singh. Singh highlighted the crime, and law and or- der situation in the state and said the public will oust the Congress. (L) Arun Singh, Balwan Singh Yadav, Anand Sharma and other addressing the media in Alwar on Wednesday. (R) Bhajan Lal Sharma, Ram Charan Bohra, Laxmikant Bhardwaj, Raghav Sharma, Puneet Karnawat inspect preps at Dussehra Maidan, Jaipur on Wednesday. Coaches, players still waiting for Guru Vashistha & Maharana Pratap Awards Naresh Sharma Jaipur: The Sports de- partment and Sports council of Rajasthan may be happy with the success of Rural Olym- pics but the govern- ment has upset players and coaches by not giv- ing Maharana Pratap and Guru Vashistha Awards for four years. Last awards were given in the previous BJP government’s rule in September 2018 but after that, players and coaches are waiting for the awards. Maharana Pratap Awards are giv- en to players while coaches get Guru Vash- istha Awards. Applications are sought for the award, the Chief Minister also increases the amount of the award, but the awards are not given that is why the prestig- ious sports awards of the state have now be- come a distant dream. For 2018-19, 27 coach- es had applied for the Guru Vashishtha Award, while 66 players had applied for the Pratap Award. Similarly, in 2019-20, 39 applications were re- ceived for Vashishtha Award and 113 for Pratap Award. The Sports Council sought applications twice for third year 2020-21 but due to indif- ference of the depart- ment, the applications were less and only 13 applications were re- ceived for Vashishtha Award and 24 applica- tions for Pratap Award. Rajasthan Sports Council President Dr Krishna Poonia interacting with various players at SMS stadium. —FILE PHOTO HC allows trader to file TRAN-1 form again First India Bureau Jaipur: The Rajasthan High Court allowed a trader to file TRAN-1 form again. The divi- sion bench of Justice MM Srivastava and Jus- tice VK Bharwani gave the order. The court set aside the GST order issued by the SGST. The trader was not given proper opportunity in the or- ders issued by the de- partment due to which the court ordered the trader to fill the TRAN- 1 form again. The order passed on the petition of the peti- tioner M/s The Hi Tech Gears Ltd. The TRAN-1 form is to be filled by businessmen for input credit on transitional stock. Advocate Ranjan Mehta advocated on be- half of the petitioner. Advocate Ranjan Mehta was counsel for the petitioner. IN THE COURTYARD GODAWAN: SC SEEKS REPORT ON LINE TRANSMISSION New Delhi: The Supreme Court has rejected the demand of Rajasthan government and directed the Rajasthan and the Gujarat governments to present reports regarding line trans- mission and bird diverters. In connection with the conser- vation of the Great Indian Bustard or Godavan, Rajasthan and Gujarat governments had given orders for underground- ing of power lines. ASG Aish- warya Rai Bhati presented the report with a demand to include two other members. In the matter, CJI DY Chandrachud rejected the demand of the Raj govt. CP SHRIMALI IS NEW HIGH COURT REGISTRAR GENERAL Jaipur: Chandra Prakash Shrimali has been appointed as the new registrar general of High Court. Shrimali was transferred to OSD in Jodhpur bench. Shrimal was born on August 2, 1965 and joined January 21, 1992 judicial services. CASTE CERTS: SC STAYS HEARING IN LOWER COURT New Delhi: The Supreme Court has stayed the hearing in a lower court in the matter of caste cer- tificates of other states. The case is related to the Rajasthan Panchayat elections. A petition was filed in the Supreme Court by Bhateri Devi after she did not get relief from the High Court. In the matter, a bench headed by Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul gave interim stay on the ongoing hearing in the lower court. The matter will be heard after one week. A petition was filed in by Bhateri Devi after she failed to get relief from the High Court. RCDF to give `9.35 cr as bonus to District Milk Unions: Arora Kashiram Choudhary Jaipur: The adminis- trator and managing director of the Dairy Federation, Sushma Arora, presided over the 29th Annual Gen- eral Meeting of Ra- jasthan Cooperative Dairy Federation here on Wednesday. District Milk Unions present in the meeting expressed thanks to CM Ashok Gehlot on in- creasing the grant amount from Rs.2 per kg to Rs.5 per kg in the financial year 2022-23. Budget and statutory audit report for the fi- nancial year 2018-19 to 2021-22 was passed in the meeting. It was in- formed in the meeting that the Dairy Federa- tion has earned a total net profit of Rs 93.50 crore. Out of this, Rs 9.35 crore will be given as bonus to the District Milk Unions as their share. This is the sec- ond time in the history of about 40 years of the Federation when Dis- trict Milk Unions will get a share in the net profit of RCDF, which Arora said will benefit the district milk unions and milk producers. RCDF MD Sushma Arora chairing AGM on Wednesday. First India Bureau Jaipur: Chief Secre- tary Usha Sharma on Wednesday directed of- ficials to connect more people with Chiranjee- vi Health Insurance Scheme. She said that the public welfare schemes of the government should be made more accessible to the common people so that they can get more benefits. Chairing a meeting to review the schemes of the state government with the in-charge sec- retaries and collectors of 11 districts, the CS directed the concerned officers to remove the obstacles coming in the implementation of the schemes. Collectors of 11 districts were pre- sent through virtual medium. The progress of ma- jor schemes of the state government were discussed. The CS di- rected to speed up the process of opening Mahatma Gandhi schools, blacklisting kitchen operators do- ing irregularities in Indira Rasoi Yojana, increasing enrollment in Chiranjeevi Yojana and other schemes. Connect more people with the scheme: CS CHIRANJEEVI HEALTH INSURANCE SCHEME  CS seeks disposal of pending pleas of people suffering from silicosis on priority and smooth functioning of far-flung schools Man gets wife killed for `2 cr insurance money Satyanarayan Sharma Jaipur: A man got his wife murdered through a roadaccidenttogetinsur- ance claim of Rs 1.90 croreinJaipur.Thewom- an Shalu along with her cousin brother Raju was goingtoatempleonamo- torcycleontherequestof herhusbandonOctober5 at around 4.45 am when an SUV hit her, leaving herdeadonthespotwhile Raju succumbed to inju- ries during treatment. Family members thoughtthatitwasaroad accident but police sus- pected the accident theo- ry and probed the matter fromallangles.DCPWest Vandita Rana said on Wednesday that Shalu’s husband Mahesh Chand had got her insured sometime back for a pe- riod of 40 years. The in- sured amount was Rs 1 crore on natural death andRs1.90croreondeath in accident. Mahesh and Shalu were married in 2015. Af- ter 2 years of marriage, they had disputes and she also filed a case of domestic violence in 2019. Mahesh hatched a conspiracy to eliminate her and hired a history sheeter Mukesh Singh Rathore who demanded Rs 10 lakh and got Rs 5.5 lakh in advance. Mukesh involved other men in this task, police said. The accused in the custody of Jaipur police. (Inset) Victim Shalu. Harish Chaudhary invokes Che Guevara to respond to KC Venu’s reprimand! First India Bureau Jaipur: Congress lead- er Harish Chaudhary while indicating the warning of Congress General Secretary KC Venugopal, on Wednes- day tweeted the quote of Che Guevara and wrote, “I have also seen the graves of those people in the cemetery, who did not struggle so that they do not get killed.” Notably, while tak- ing a meeting over the preparations for Bharat Jodo Yatra, KC Venugopal on Tuesday expressed his displeas- ure over leaders’ rheto- ric. He had warned the leaders making state- ments that if anyone is found giving state- ments against their leaders, then the con- cerned would be re- moved from the post within 24 hours. Rajasthan State Gas Ltd to share dividend to members First India Bureau Jaipur: Rajasthan State Gas Ltd. will share its dividend to members. The decision was taken in the meet- ing of the Annual Gen- eral Body chaired by Additional Chief Sec- retary Mines and Chairman RSGL Dr Subodh Agarwal. RSGL has done an an- nual business of more than Rs 56 crores and earned a profit of more than Rs 8 crores. Agar- wal said that RSGL has an annual turnover of about Rs 56.63 crore during the financial year. Giving excellent results, RSGL earned a net profit of Rs. 8.13 crore. There has been an increase of more than 2 crore in annual business. He said that the divi- dend amount is Rs 65 lakh out of which, Rs 32.50 lakh will be given to GAIL Gas and Rs 32.50 lakh will be given to Rajasthan State Pe- troleum Corporation. RSGL has given good results despite adverse conditions like corona pandemic, he said. Dr Subodh Agarwal and other officials in the meeting. ‘Gehlot-Pilot show of unity for time being’ Jaipur (PTI): The opposition BJPinRajasthan on Wednesday claimed the show of unity by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and his for- mer deputy Sachin Pilot is only a po- litical break and people will again get to hear them makestatementsagainst each other. People of the state are suffering due to the in- fighting within the rul- ing Congress party , BJP MLA and spokesperson Ram Lal Sharma said in a video statement. “I believe this is just a political break for the time being, and people of the state will get to hear the same things and words again like ‘nakara’, ‘nikamma’ and ‘ghaddar’,” said Ramlal Sharma. mer deputy Sachin YOU READ IT IN FIRST INDIA ON NOV 30, 2022 Jan Akrosh chariots will go to 200 districts from today and will expose the present government in the coming elections. Politics is spontaneous competition, there can be differences of opinion but not dif- ferences in minds in our party. —GS Shekhawat, Union Minister of Jal Shakti CS Usha Sharma & other officials during the meeting onWednesday.
  3. 3. Bharat Dixit Jaipur: Perceiving no response from the gov- ernment, the council- lors sitting on dharna for the demand of steering committees in Heritage Municipal Corporation, has start- ed a hunger strike from Wednesday. Getting information about the strike, Mayor Munesh Gurjar reached dharna spot to have a discussion and convince them. She has invited the councillors to have a discussion to- day morning. A day before this, the councillors submitted a memorandum to the CM in CMR and raised the demand for the for- mation of steering com- mittees. Councillors have been sitting on dharna for the last sev- en days due to the non- constitution of steering committees in the Her- itage Corporation even after two years. Meanwhile, MLAs also assured to form steering committees in 7 days, but due to non- formation of commit- tees, councillors have started fast once again. First India Bureau Jaipur: CBI conducted raids at the premises of SNG group in connec- tion with a f i n a n c i a l fraud. The CBI is likely to interro- gate the group’sManagingDirec- tortodaySatyanarayan Gupta. A team of CBI Jaipur raided the prem- ises of the group and re- coveredsomedocuments pertaining to financial transactions. The group is accused of committing fraud af- ter taking a loan of Rs 14 crore from Union Bank of India. On Wednesday, a condo- lence meeting of his fa- ther was held therefore the CBI did not interro- gate the Managing Di- rector C.A Satyanaray- an Gupta. RAJASTHAN JAIPUR | THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2022 03 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia Swapna Sarita Mohanty Jaipur: Board meeting of RTDC was organised to discuss upcoming projects, net profit, up- date on palace on wheels, new initiatives to be taken in upcoming months. Board of mem- bers present in the meeting were Chair- man of RTDC Dhar- mendra Rathore, PS Tourism Gayatri Rathore, MD RTDC Vijaypal Singh, MD Roadways Nathmal Didel, and Secretary GAD Jitendra Upad- hyay were present. Rathore in an inter- acted shared RTDC has made a net profit of 1.25 crore from Palace On Wheels and is only roy- al train in world that has started post-Covid. “CM Ashok Gehlot wants to boost tourism and RTDC will play a major role in it. We have decided today in board meeting to start RTDC taxi service.” He also shared that RTDC is go- ing to start helicopter services for places like Khatu Shyam ji, Bharat- pur Bird Sanctuary, among others. “Deci- sion has been taken to clear pending promo- tions of staff,” Rathore. RTDC to start helicopter & taxi services BOARD MEETING OF RTDC lll Dharmendra Rathore said a net profit of `1.25 crore made from Palace On Wheels and it is the only royal train performing well post Covid NDPS medicines seized from Dr Tambi’s house MedicineswerealsoseizedfromRajMedicalProvisionStoreatChandpole Vikas Sharma Jaipur: Drug Control and Central Bureau of Narcotics team raided the house of a top doc- tor in city on Wednes- day and seized a con- signment of banned & NDPS category medi- cines. In this case, the team has also arrested a person selling medi- cines. The action was taken late at night at the doctor’s residence in Malviya Nagar. Under the direction of Commissioner (Drug) Pukhraj Sen and Drug Controller Ajay Phatak, action was tak- en upon psychiatrist Dr Anil Tambi in this late night action. As per the report, when the drug control team got the input, they created a fake customer and sent him to the doc- tor’s medical store in Malviya Nagar. As soon as the medi- cine was given, team raided the medical store and then went to doc- tor’s house & searched. They found a large number of NDPS cate- gory medicines. Apart from this action, team also raided the Ra- jasthan Medical Provi- sion Store at Chandpole & medicines seized. Drug Control and Central Bureau of Narcotics team seizing consignment of banned & NDPS category medicines from psychiatrist Dr Anil Tambi’s residence on Wednesday. Mayor Munesh Gurjar had discussion with protesting councillors late on Wednesday night. —PHOTO BY MUKESH KIRADOO Pashupatinath temple in Nepal. —FILE PHOTO First India Bureau Jaipur: Under the Senior Citizen Pil- grimage Scheme of Devasthan Depart- ment, very soon sen- ior citizens will again be able to visit the Pashupatinath temple of Nepal on a free pilgrimage in the New Year. The de- partment has issued the tenders for the proceedings soon the journey will begin once the opening of the tender takes place. According to the officials of the department, under the plan 2022, it will be mandatory to have one of the original documents either a valid passport or vot- er photo identity card as per the immi- gration rules for travelling to Kath- mandu through a lot- tery system. In absence of doc- uments, elderly se- lected in the lottery will not be able to take advantage of air travel. Under orders, passengers selected in main list will be informed prior. CBI raids premises of SNG group, MD Gupta to be interrogated today JMCH Mayor tries to convince councillors Pashupatinath temple to open for free pilgrimage SR CITIZEN PILGRIMAGE SCHEME All passengers selected in the main list will be informed over phone and they will be asked to share their doc copies on WhatsApp, so that they can be filed by Department. DOC CAN BE SHARED ON WHATSAPP Jaipur Mayors spar over the post of JCTSL Chairman Kumbhalgarh festival starts on classical note from today First India Bureau Jaipur: A new contro- versy has erupted for post of JCTSL Chair- man. Mayors of both municipal bodies are staking claims for post of JCTSL Chairman. JMCG has planned to send proposal to state govt after passing it in meet of executive com- mittee. Similarly, JMCH has planned to stake its claim. IAS Ajitabh Sharma is presently serving as Chairman and MD of JCTSL. Before this, former Mayor Ashok Lahoti, Nirmal Nahata, and Vishnu Lata had also been JCTSL Chairman. First India Bureau Jaipur: Three-day Kumbhalgarh festival organised by the De- partment of Tourism is starting today . Situated in wilderness, Kumb- halgarh Fort has always been a major attraction for tourists and during this festival, the fort turns into a magnifi- cent sight with all its decoration. This is a perfect amalgamation of culture, music, art and serenity . Today there is a per- formance by Mohini- yattam exponent Jayaprabha Menon. On day 2, there is a perfor- mance by Grammy award winner Padm Bhushan Pt Vishwa Mo- han Bhatt and event would close with a per- formance titled ‘Ran- grez’ by Kathak dancer Meha Jha. 2 cops from Raj police get Arjuna Award in Shooting and Kabaddi Judicial work remains on hold in subordinate court since November 18 First India Bureau Jaipur: Sportspersons of Rajasthan Police who excelled in Shoot- ing and Kabaddi were awarded Arjuna Award by the President of In- dia at Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi by the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Gov- ernment of India. DGP Umesh Mishra sent best wishes to both the players. Omprakash Mithar- wal, DSP (Trainee) and player of Ra- jasthan Police Shoot- ing Team, and Sakshi Kumari, Platoon Com- mander (Trainee) player of Kabaddi team were awarded the Arjuna Award. First India Bureau Jaipur: Following the decision of Judicial Em- ployeesFederation,Judi- cial work remained boy- cotted in subordinates court of Raj on Wednes- day following protest of judicialemployees. Judi- cial Employees Federa- tioninitsexecutivemeet- ing on Tuesday has de- cided to boycott judicial work on November 30. In Jaipur, judicial of- ficers are boycotting ju- dicial work since Nov 18 and protests were re- ported on Wednesday . President Badrilal Chaudharyinformedtill demands are not met, boycott will continue. Works worth `500 cr discussed for Pushkar development works Nirmal Tiwari Jaipur: On the initia- tive of RTDC Chairman Dharmendra Rathore, a review meeting on de- velopment of Pushkar was held under the chairmanship of UDH LSG Min Shanti Dha- riwal at the Secretariat. In the meeting, devel- opment works worth Rs 500 cr were discussed to promote tourism in Pushkar. Budget to stop inflow of dirty water in Pushkar Sarovar, con- struction of 400 seater auditorium, destina- tion marriage, con- struction of 100 rooms Pushkar Yatri Niwas and many other propos- als were discussed. Principal Secretary Kunji Lal Meena, LSG Secretary Jogaram, architect Anoop Bartaria, District Collector Ajmer Ansh- deep, and other officers were present. RVUNL CMD in C’garh to pursue coal supply First India Bureau Jaipur: CMD of Ra- jasthan Rajya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam Limit- ed (RVUNL), RK Shar- ma, reached Chhattis- garh and met a few of- ficials to resolve the is- sue of the power crisis in Rajasthan. CMD RK Sharma is also sched- uled to meet the Chief Minister, Secretary to CM and Chief Secre- tary on Thursday to dis- cuss his matter. The senior official also met Surguja District Collec- tor Kundan Kumar and SP Bhawna Gupta and discussed the problems. (L) Omprakash Mitharwal and (R) Sakshi Kumari receiving Arjuna award from President Droupadi Murmu on Wednesday. Subordinates court remained empty on Wednesday. Shanti Dhariwal, Kunji Lal Meena, Dharmendra Rathore, Jogaram, Anshdeep, Anoop Bartaria others during a meeting at Secretariat. CMD RVUNL RK Sharma. Dharmendra Rathore, Dr Gayatri Rathore, Vijaypal Singh, Nathmal Didel and Jitendra Upadhyay in board meeting of RTDC. HC permits directs usage of 100 ml urn MAHAMASTAKABHISHEKA ISSUE First India Bureau Jaipur: Rajasthan HC has allowed Digambar Jain Man- aging Committee to continue Mahamas- takabhisheka of Shree Mahaveerji and other events being held after 24 years in the Mahavirji Tirtha Kshetra in Karauli. A single bench of Justice Birendra Ku- mar gave permission to continue the events and directed to use 100 ml water in Mahamas- takabhisheka. Petitions were filed by Shwetambar Jain Shwet Murtipujak Maha Tirak Sangh and Bhagwan Das which were disposed of by the High Court. During the hearing in HC, Managing Committee Digambar Jain gave consent said any new idols in the temple premises wouldnotbeinstalled. Committee in- formed court that Ma- hamastakabhisheka is being organised af- ter a long time as per past undertaking. Committee also agreed they would do process of Maha- mastakabhisheka through urn of 100 ml.MahaTirakSangh others had urged only 100 ml water. Dr Tejraj goes to Korea for Sr Handball tournament First India Bureau Jaipur: GS of Handball Associa- tion India PRO of Rajasthan State Spor ts Council M a h a - r a n a Pratap A w a r - dee Dr Tejraj Sin- gh Khangarot left Delhi for Incheon (Korea) on Tuesday and will reach there on Wednesday afternoon. He has gone for 19th Asian Senior Wom- en Handball Cham- pionship. —PHOTO BY SANTOSH SHARMA
  4. 4. PERSPECTIVE JAIPUR | THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2022 04 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia Vol 4 Issue No. 175 RNI NO. RAJENG/2019/77764. Printed and published by Anita Hada Sangwan on behalf of First Express Publishers. Printed at Bhaskar Printing Press, D.B. Corp Limited, Shivdaspura, Tonk Road, Jaipur. Published at 304, 3rd Floor, City Mall, Bhagwan Das Road, C-Scheme, Jaipur-302001, Rajasthan. Phone 0141-4920504. Editor-In-Chief: Dr Jagdeesh Chandra Editor: Anita Hada Sangwan responsible for selection of news under the PRB Act Narendra Modi @narendramodi I call upon all #ExamWarriors, their parents and teachers to take part in these interesting activities relating to Pariksha Pe Charcha 2023. Let us collectively work towards creating a stress free environment for our students. #PPC2023 Nitin Gadkari @nitin_gadkari Senior writer and critic Dr. The news of Nagnath Kottapalle’s death is sad. My heartfelt tribute to him. Kottapalle’s journey and career as a teacher of Marathi, head of the department to vice chancellor of the university and then president of the All India Marathi Literature Association is long. SPIRITUAL SPEAK Those who cling to perceptions and views wander the world offending people. —Buddha IN-DEPTH TOP TWEETS IRANIANS FIND NOVEL WAYS TO PROTEST AGAINST THEIR GOVT t has been a few months now, Iran is in turmoil over the death of Mahsa Ami- ni on September 16. Women spearheaded the pro- tests in the beginning but were later joined by the masses. The unrest has been the centre of global attention as it is challeng- ing the clerics and the stringent Islamic laws like wearing of hi- jab. The protests have now got nationwide support and people are ready to face bullets and jail as a consequence. Burning of head scarves by women and teenage girls was just one of the methods. Iran’s soccer team showed a passive form of protest when they did not sing their country’s national anthem at the start of one of their matches at the FIFA World Cup soccer in Qatar. What will really hit the Ira- nian government hard is the widespread celebration in sev- eral parts of Iran over their loss to the US, their sworn enemy, in their match on Wednesday . I avana and Sur- panakha made theirentryinGuja- rat’s political lexi- con. While Ravana made its debut, Surpanakha, the demon king’s sister appar- ently debuted much earlier. Both the terms should have been avoided, especially the one likening Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the mytho- logicalkingof Lanka.Compar- ing Modi to Ravana lowered thedignityof theprimeminis- ter and harmed the prospects of the Congress. The remark was made by the Congress president Mall- ikarjun Kharge while cam- paigning in Ahmedabad. Khargewonderedif Modihad “100 heads” like the villain in Ramayan which is why he asks people to vote in every election looking at his face. The comment won’t help the Congress as it has lost sub- stantial ground and because Gujarat is Modi’s home turf where he has made the BJP invincible. It has also exposed Kharge’s lack of knowledge aboutRamayan’scharacters--- Ravanahadtenheads,not100! The BJP hit out at the Con- gress. Gujarat Chief Minister BhupendraPatelsaidthebarb reflected Congress’s despera- tionandshowedthepartywas out to defame Gujaratis. Oth- er BJP leaders like Ravi Shankar Prasad and Amit Malviya, the party’s IT cell chief also attacked Kharge and his party . The Congress does not look at the remark as aself goal.Instead,Khargebe- ing a Dalit, the party leaders brought in Dalit politics in their war of words after he wascalled“fringe”bytheBJP . Renuka Chaudhary, former Union minister, joined the is- sue alleging that Modi called her a Surpanakha. The Con- gresshasforgottenhowcostly Sonia Gandhi’s “maut ke sau- dagar” jibe proved earlier. CONG REFUSES TO LEARN FROM PAST The remark was made by the Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge while campaigning in Ahmedabad. Kharge wondered if Modi had “100 heads” like the villain in Ramayan which is why he asks people to vote in every election looking at his face R ndia’s former coach Ravi Shastri has set off a big buzz by suggesting that Team In- dia should give Sanju Sam- son far more opportunities. Team India’s former coach has urged selectors, BCCI and the team management to support Samson for 10 straight matches before tak- ing a final decision on his future highlighting the injus- tice that has dogged the in- ternational career of the skipper of the Rajasthan Royals side in the IPL. Sanju Samson fans have often accused the national selectors of ruining an in- credible talent like him. Most experts feel that the ‘Kerala King’ has not been given enough chances to cement his place in the Indian team. Samson was in tremendous form this year but the selec- tors didn’t pick him in the squad for the T20 World Cup or for the Asia Cup. This has happened in a year where he had a fine IPL season and led Rajasthan Royals to their first final since 2008 when the Royals under Shane Warne won the inaugural IPL cham- pionship. How shabbily Sanju often gets treated is clear even from the New Zealand trip where the 28-year-old is tour- ing with India’s white-ball squad. Despite many seniors missing, Samson was not picked for any of the three T20 games against the Kiwis. In the first ODI game, he was picked and scored 36 runs from 38 balls after batting at number 6 and forged a cru- cial 94-run stand with Shreyas Iyer which helped India reach an over-300 total. After New Zealand won the first ODI, Samson was dropped again - for the sake of getting an extra bowler. The team management in- cluded batting all-rounder Deepak Hooda in place of Sanju for the next two ODI games – for Hooda as a part- time spinner could provide cushion to the other five bowlers. This further adds fuel to the fans’ anger about Sanju being treated unfairly in Team India. Given how much cricket Suryakumar Yadav has played lately, he could have been rested to give a fair chance to Samson in the middle order on the New Zealand tour. The series was an ideal time to give Saju con- tinuous game-time in the middle after years of sporad- ic chances but the opportu- nity was wasted. Sanju made his interna- tional debut in 2015 but since then, he’s been given very few chances. For the T20 World Cup in 2024, the choice of keeper-batsman will be be- tween Rishabh Pant, Ishan Kishan and Samson. Though Sanju was the first to get se- lected, he has played much less games than the other two. The Rajasthan Royals skipper has appeared in just 16 T20Is for India. Even Ishan Kishan has played three more T20Is than Samson, while Rishabh Pant has played a huge 66 games for the country . In contrast to Pant who is going through a torrid time in white-ball games, Sanju scored 179 runs in the six T20Is he has played in 2022, averaging nearly 45 at a strike rate of 158.40. In ODIs, Samson has a career average of 66 but this year he aver- ages 71 at a strike rate of 109 in 9 innings. His stats reveal that Sanju has done exceed- ingly well in the limited chances he’s got but the team management has hardly done justice to him. Moreover, Samson has al- ways been the kind of player who doesn’t waste balls, plays impact innings and can change the course of a match in a matter of a few balls. As a dynamic batter, Sanju can be sent in both at the start of the innings or in the middle order. Despite being a wicket- keeper, he’s an outstanding fielder in the outfield. Sadly, Sanju does not fig- ure even in the squads an- nounced for the upcoming tour to Bangladesh where India plays 3 ODIs before a 2-Test series. As such, he now has to wait for the IPL to showcase his talent. Given the dismal losses in the last two T20 World Cups, Team India needs to change its style of play from con- servative to aggressive and Samson fits that narrative perfectly. At a time when In- dia needs to rebuild its T20 team and prepare a strong squad for the ODI World Cup in 2023, Samson de- serves an extended run in Team India. Nearly 33 years ago, India’s legendary cricketer, Mohin- der Amarnath had famously called the selectors “a bunch of jokers.” It’s a pithy phrase that has been frequently used for Indian selectors since then. In looking at the curi- ous case of mishandling the career of Sanju Samson, most Indian fans would tend to agree with Amarnath’s as- sessment even today! THE VIEWS EXPRESSED BY THE AUTHOR ARE PERSONAL I Nearly 33 years ago, India’s legendary cricketer, Mohinder Amarnath had famously called the selectors “a bunch of jokers.” It’s a pithy phrase that has been frequently used for Indian selectors since then. In looking at the curious case of mishandling the career of Sanju Samson, most Indian fans would tend to agree with Amarnath’s assessment even today! Sanju Samson fans have often accused the national selectors of ruining an incredible talent like him. Most experts feel that the ‘Kerala King’ has not been given enough chances to cement his place in the Indian team. Samson was in tremendous form this year but the selectors didn’t pick him in the squad for the T20 World Cup or for the Asia Cup SIDDHAARTH MAHAN The writer is a specialist on Sports and Cinema who works as an actor in the Hindi film industry THE CURIOUS SANJU SAMSON WHY IS RAJASTHAN ROYALS CAPTAIN TREATED UNFAIRLY? CASE OF Promoted by FS Township LLP
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  6. 6. INDIA JAIPUR | THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2022 05 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia Ahmedabad (PTI): De- fence Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday said Mahatma Gandhi and Vallabhbhai Patel were the symbols of Gu- jarat’s honour and pride in the 20th Century and PM Modi has emerged as the state’s “honour pride” in 21st Century . Addressing a press conference, Singh said the people of Gujarat will give a befitting re- ply to those who used abusive words for the prime minister. “he is Gujarat’s honour and pride, while Mahatma Gandhi and Sardar Pa- tel were the symbols of Gujarat’s honour and pride in the 20th Centu- ry, our Prime Minister Narendra Modi has emerged as Gujarat’s honour and pride in the 21st Century .” ‘Gandhi, Patel symbols of Gujarat’s pride, PM Modi is State’s honour’ New Delhi (ANI): The Prime Minister, Naren- dra Modi addressed the Manipur Sangai Festi- val via video message today. Labelled as the grandest festival in the state, the Manipur San- gai Festival helps in promoting Manipur as a world-class tourism destination. The festi- val is named after the state animal, Sangai, the brow-antlered deer found only in Manipur. Addressing the gath- ering, the Prime Minis- ter congratulated the people of Manipur for the successful organi- sation of the Manipur Sangai Festival. He pointed out that the fes- tival is being organised after a gap of two years owing to the Corona pandemic and ex- pressed delight at the grand scale of ar- rangements. “Ma- nipur Sangai Festi- val highlights the spirit and passion of the people of Ma- nipur”, the Prime Minister remarked as he ap- plauded the e f f o r t s and the compre- hensive vision of the Manipur Government and Chief Minister N Biren Singh for organ- ising this festival. Remarking on Ma- nipur’s abundant nat- ural beauty, cultural richness and diversity, the Prime Minister said that everyone wants to visit the state at least once and drew an analogy to a beauti- ful garland that is made up of different gems. The Prime Min- ister further added that Manipur is exact- ly like an elegant gar- land where one can witness a mini India in the state. The Prime Minister underlined that India in its Amrit Kaal is moving forward with the spirit of ‘Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat’. Shedding light on the theme of the Sangai Festival which is the ‘Festival of One-ness’ the Prime Minister re- marked that the suc- cessful organisation of this festival will act as a source of energy and inspiration for the na- tion in the days to come. “Sangai is not only the state animal of Manipur but also has a special place in India’s faith and be- liefs. The Sangai Festi- val also celebrates the biodiversity of India”, the PM Modi said. Manipur is an elegant garland where one can witness mini India: PM Everyone wants to visit the state at least once and drew an analogy to a beautiful garland that is made up of different gems. Manipur is exactly like an elegant gar- land where one can witness a mini India. —Narendra Modi, Prime Minister MANIPUR SANGAI FESTIVAL Shamsher Singh New Delhi: The steer- ing committee of the Congress will decide when and where the AICC session will be held to finalize the name of Mallikarjun Kharge. But informed leaders of the party say that the convention may be held by the end of February or at the most it will be held in the first week of March. This is being said on the basis that Rahul Gan- dhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra is coming to an end in the first week of Febru- ary. If there is no hin- drance in the journey, it will reach Srinagar be- tween February 5 and 7 and Rahul Gandhi will return to Delhi after hoisting the tricolor there. The party wants the momentum created by his visit to be con- tinue for several months more, if not weeks, and the Con- gress wants to take ad- vantage of this in next year’s assembly elec- tions. According to in- formed sources in the Congress, the conven- tion will be held in the break between the end of Rahul Gandhi’s yatra and the budget session of Parliament. The budgetsessionof Parlia- mentbeginstowardsthe end of January and from the second week there is a one-month break. So, the time is from the third week of February to the second week of March. Along with this, the party has to decide where the con- vention will be held. As- semblyelectionsaredue in Kharge’s home state Karnataka in May next year, where the Con- gressishopingtoreturn to power. That’s why Kharge’s name should be stamped by holding a convention in Karnata- ka itself. If Congress makes it a big event, the party will surely get benefit in the elections. Elections are also to be held in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh next year. But elections will be held in both the states at the end of the year and Congress had organized Nav Sankalp Shivir this year in Udaipur city of Ra- jasthan. That’s why there is less possibility of convention in these states. If Congress does not want to make it a big event and wants to keep a low profile, then it can be organized in Delhi or Haryana. When and where will Congress hold AICC session? DILEMMA ON DATES Sonia Gandhi Mallikarjun Kharge. —FILE PHOTO IN THE COURTYARD KERALA HIGH COURT DISMISSES PIL SEEKING TIME-LIMIT ON PASSING OF BILLS BY GOVERNOR KARNATAKA HIGH COURT UPHOLDS BAN ON PFI FOR ITS INVOLVEMENT IN ANTI-NATIONAL ACTIVITIES DELHI HIGH COURT ALLOWS MEHBOOBA MUFTI TO WITHDRAW PLEA IN PMLA CASE Kochi: Kerala HC on Wednesday dis- missed the PIL seeking to set a time limit for the Kerala Governor to take a decision on the bills passed by the State Assembly. While dismissing the PIL, the Court ob- served that “It’s not the court’s duty to fix a time limit to decide on bills by the Governor and it’s for the legislature to do so.” A PIL was filed in the Kerala High Court seeking to set a time limit for Governor to take decision. Bengaluru: The High Court of Karnataka has upheld the re- cent ban imposed by the Central govt on the Popular Front of India (PFI) for its involvement in anti-national activities. A single judge bench of Justice M Nagaprasanna on Wednes- day pronounced the judgment. The ban was challenged by Nasir Ali, a resident of Bengaluru and the state president of the proscribed outfit. The Central government had issued an order banning the organisation and its allied outfits for a period of five years with immediate effect on Sept 28. New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Wednesday allowed the withdrawal of the plea filed by former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti challeng- ing the vires of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA). The plea filed by former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti was allowed the withdrawal by the Delhi High Court. The HC Bench on Wednesday allowed the withdrawal of the plea. QUEER LAWYER REQUESTS CJI FOR GENDER INCLUSIVE APPEARANCE IN COURTS New Delhi: A queer lawyer practising before the Su- preme Court has written to the Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud with a request to modify the appearance slips in the SC to include an additional column for mentioning people’s pro- nouns so that they may be correctly used in the court’s orders or judgments. While this may seem simple, and such a change will only require an administrative direction from you, it will go a long way in affirming the identities, the lawyer said. VARANASI COURT TO CLUB HALF DOZEN CASES RELATED TO GYANVAPI Varanasi: A Varanasi court is set to deliver its verdict on the matter of clubbing together all the cases on the plea seeking worship rights of the ‘Shivling’ that Hindu side claimed to be found on the Gyanvapi mosque premises. The matter will be heard in the district judge’s court. During the proceedings of the Advocate Commissioner in Gyanvapi Masjid case in the month of May, many new cases re- garding the alleged Shivling found in the survey have also come. DMK TO SC: CENTRE STEP MOTHERLY TOWARDS TAMIL REFUGEES New Delhi: The DMK has told the Supreme Court that the Citizenship (Amendment) Act of 2019 is “arbitrary” as it only considers religious minorities from 3 countries while keeping Sri Lankan Tamils staying in India as refugees. The Central govt has “categorically remained silent to the plight of the Ta- mil refugees. Step-motherly behaviour of Respondent No.1 (Centre) towards the Tamil refugees has left them living in constant fear of deportation,” stated the affidavit filed by DMK. AUSTRALIAN WOMAN MURDER: COURT LISTS MATTER FOR DEC 17 Kochi (Kerala): The Kerala High Court on Wednesday ordered a re-investigation of the case in which the for- mer Company Secretary of Malabar Cements, Saseen- dran and his two sons died. The court asked CBI to complete the investigation within four months. It also directed that every suspi- cious situation, including the possibility of murder, should be examined in detail. Earlier the Sessions Court rejected the petition filed by Saseendran’s brother Sanal Kumar. BJP WILL COME BACK TO POWER WITH HUGE MANDATE: AMIT SHAH IF ANTI- RADICALISATION CELL WORKS, WILL BRING IT NATIONALLY, UNION HOME MINISTER AMIT SHAH ASSERTS DURING A RALLY AHEAD OF VOTING Govt aims at one crore job-mark from digital economy in next 2 yrs: Vaishnaw New Delhi (ANI): The government has set a target to cross 1 crore job-mark in the next 2 years in three main seg- ments of digital econo- my — electronics, start- ups and IT, and IT-ena- bled services, minister for IT Communica- tions Ashwani Vaishnaw said on Wednesday . While speaking at an ESC?STPI event for startups, Vaishnaw said three big pillars of digital economy -- elec- tronics manufacturing, IT and ITes, startups -- they have created 88-90 lakh jobs. “Govern- ment has set a target that in this we should be easily crossing 1 crore jobs in the com- ing two years without any doubt,” the minis- ter said. He said that the digi- tal economy and its as- sociated employment is a major trend now and the other trend is diver- sity. “Earlier names of a couple of cities were mentioned for startups. Now when I go to schools in villages, chil- dren in villages want to set up a start-up,” Vaishnaw said. The minister said that India is now be- coming a technology producer from being a technology consumer. He said that the Soft- ware Technology Parks of India (STPI) is creat- ing plug-and-play infra- structure to provide a platform to startups. Ashiwini Vaishnaw at National startup campiagn on Wednesday. GUJARAT POLLS Ahmedabad (PTI): Home minister Amit ShahonWednesday ,held a mega roadshow in Asarwa, where thou- sands of supporters gathered to cheer for the saffron party . During the roadshow, he asserted that the Anti-radicalisa- tion Cells in Gujarat, which is one of the poll promises of the BJP , is an experiment and will be started in other states too after a thorough study . He also exuded confidence that BJP will come back to power with a huge mandate. He said that if Anti- radicalisationcellworks, willbringitinnationally . BJP will come back to power with a very good mandate. When asked where he sees Cong and AAP in the election, the HM responded, It won't be right of me to com- ment on any other party , but we will come back. Amit Shah added. BJP has ful- filled its promises and created credibility among the people. That is why every sec- tion of Gujarat, be it tribals, farmers, youth or women, are all with BJP. The public support from the people of Gujarat including Santaram- pur, Asarva, and Mansa confirms it. ­—Amit Shah, Union Home Minister Union Home Minster Amit Shah during a rally in Mansa on Wednesday. ON EVE OF FIRST PHASE, NADDA, RAJNATH TARGET CONG OVER ‘RAVAN’ REMARK Ahmedabad: On the eve of the Gujarat assembly polls’ first phase, the BJP intensified its attack on the Congress over its president Mallikarjun Kharge’s ‘Ravan’ jibe at PM Modi. During a roadshow here, BJP president J P Nadda said Kharge’s barb and another Con- gress leader Madhusudan Mistry’s ‘aukat’ remark at Modi expose the party’s mindset and betray its frustration as the party stands nowhere while the BJP is getting one-sided support. Defence Min- ister Rajnath Singh told reporters that the people of Gujarat will give a befitting reply to those using abusive words for the prime minister who, he asserted, is Gujarat’s “honour and pride”. From Page 1 always carries a broom and a trowel in his car. Even on Wednesday, he took a broom and cleaned all the garbage lying in front of him. He was engaged in the cleanliness campaign for a long time. During the surprise inspection, he also inquired about the food and other facili- ties provided to the chil- dren in the institute. Even while being the Governor of Himachal Pradesh, Acharya Dev- vrat had been undertak- ing such surprise in- spections by visiting universitiesandbecause of this, he is also very popularamongstudents. GUV DEVVRAT PICKS UP BROOM Jaishankar meets US Charge d'Affaires Elizabeth Jones New Delhi (ANI): Unit- ed States Charge d’Affaires Elizabeth JonescalledonExternal Affairs Minister S Jais- hankar here on Wednes- day . During the meeting, the two sides discussed ongoing progress in bi- lateral cooperation. “GladtoreceiveUSCd’A Elizabeth Jones. Dis- cussed the ongoing pro- gress in our bilateral cooperation,” Jais- hankar said in a tweet. Elizabeth Jones was last month appointed as Charge d’ Affaires ad in- terim at Embassy in New Delhi. Previously, Jones served as Assis- tant Secy of State for EuropeandEurasia,act- ing Assistant Secy of State for the Near East. Rajnath Singh during door-to-door campaign on Wednesday. S Jaishankar Elizabeth Jones in New Delhi on Wednesday. Gujarat Governor Acharya Devvrat cleans floor at Gujarat Vidyapith on Wednesday.
  7. 7. INDIA JAIPUR | THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2022 06 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia LALU TO UNDERGO KIDNEY TRANSPLANT ON DEC 5: TEJASHWI Bihar: RJD president Lalu Prasad will go under the knife at Singapore on December 5 for a kidney transplant, his son and Bihar Deputy C Tejashwi Yadav said on Wednesday. The RJD heir apparent made the disclosure at a rally in Kurhani as- sembly segment, where the disqualification of the party’s MLA Anil Sahani has necessitated a by-poll, which, incidentally, is also scheduled for Dec 5. “Lalu ji wanted to be here, but he is in Singapore where he will undergo a kidney transplant,” said Yadav. BHARAT GAURAV TRAIN FARES LIKELY TO BE SLASHED New Delhi: The fares of the Bharat Gaurav trains are likely to be slashed by 20-30 per cent after low occupancy forced the IRCTC to cancel at least two of its special tour packages, sources said here. The Railways’ nod to the IRCTC to reduce fares of the special train comes barely a year after the service was launched. So far, the transporter has managed to operate just one service of the train on the Ramayana circuit. The AC-3 tier fare for an 18-day tour in the Bharat Gaurav tourist train is Rs 62,000. INDIA, AUSTRALIA FREE TRADE AGREEMENT TO COME INTO FORCE FROM DEC 29 New Delhi: A trade agreement between India and Aus- tralia will be implemented from December 29, almost nine months after the two sides signed a deal. “India Australia consolidate their long-standing partnership. Economic Cooperation Trade Agreement, realised under the guidance of leaders of both countries, comes into effect from December 29, 2022. ndia’s President has approved the deal. The two nations signed an interim free trade deal—Economic Cooperation and Trade Agreement (ECTA)--in April and the Australian Parliament ratified it last week. LIGER STAR VIJAY DEVERAKONDA APPEARS BEFORE ED IN MONEY LAUNDERING CASE New Delhi: Popular Tollywood actor Vijay Deverakonda on Wednesday appeared before the ED in connection with the investigation relating to sourcing of funds for his recent film ‘Liger’. The actor appeared before ED officials at the agency’s regional office in Hyderabad. The central agency is investigating the alleged violation of Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA). As per sources, Vijay Deverakonda is being questioned about sources of funding for the movie, his remuneration and payments made to other actors including American boxer Mike Tyson. CRUCIAL READ Ahmedabad (PTI): The Gujarat Anti-Ter- rorist Squad has raided a manufacturing unit on the outskirts of Va- dodara city and seized a huge cache of the banned mephedrone drug and its raw mate- rial worth Rs 478.65 crore, an ATS official said on Wednesday . During the raid at the small factory-cum-go- down near Sindhrot vil- lage of Vadodara dis- trict on Tuesday night, the ATS also arrested five persons from the spot, he said. A preliminary in- vestigation revealed the accused were mak- ing mephedrone, also known MD drug, a nar- cotic substance, for the last 45 days in the factory which was erected using metal sheets, the ATS said in an official release. During the raid, the ATS recovered 63.6 kg of mephedrone and 80.26 kg of its raw mate- rial worth Rs 478.65 crore, the release said. The machinery used for manufacturing the drug was also seized, it said. Those arrested have been identified as Saumil Pathak, Shailesh Kataria, Vinod Nijama, Mohammad Shafi Dewan and Bharat Chavda, the re- lease said. The investigation re- vealed Vadodara resi- dent Saumil Pathak had learnt the process of making narcotic drugs from the ‘dark web’ and roped in others after setting up the unit near Sindhrot, the ATS said. Accused Kataria, a chemistry graduate, used to work as a chem- ist at the factory to pro- duce the MD drug using various materials, while the three others used to handle other lo- gistical operations, the release said. The probe revealed Mumbai Police caught Pathak with drugs in 2017 and he was then sent to jail. During his time in jail, he came in contact with one Salim Dola, who gave Pathak guid- ance about drug manu- facturing and also ar- ranged the raw mate- rial for him, the ATS release said. Gujarat ATS recovers mephedrone, 5 held —Image for representational purpose only AdaniPortinKerala:Some supporting,othersprotesting New Delhi: The Kerala police on Wednesday said they will not allow a Hindu group close to the ruling BJP to march in support of a mega $900-million port by the Adani Group amid ten- sion over protests led by Catholic priests. Members of the Hin- du United Front have announced a march to the port in Vizhinjam to pledge their sup- port for a project they say will create jobs in the region. Construction has been stalled for almost four months by pro- testers from a fishing community who say the port, being built by Asia's richest and the world's third rich- est man, Gautam Ada- ni, is causing erosion that has hit their live- lihoods. Protesting villagers yesterday blocked trucks carrying con- struction material to the project site. An at- tempt by the police to intervene triggered clashes in which more than 80 people were in- jured. The police said secu- rity had been increased around the port to pre- vent the Hindu group from reaching it. Rein- forcements have al- ready been sent to the Vizhinjam area after more than 3,000 villag- ers stormed a police station in clashes on Sunday. We have denied per- mission to the rally by the Hindu United Front. We have taken enough precautions to prevent it if the front defy the order, Trivan- drum Deputy Commis- sioner of Police Ajith V was quoted as telling Reuters. The port is of strate- gic importance to In- dia. It is set to be India's first container tran- shipment hub, rival- ling Dubai, Singapore and Sri Lanka for busi- ness on the lucrative east-west trade routes. Both the Adani Group and the government of Kerala have denied ac- cusations the port is causing environmental damage. Police force around Adani’s port project in Kerala’s Vizhinjam. Dhaka (PTI): Newly- appointed Indian High Commissioner to Bang- ladesh Pranay Verma called o n PM Sheikh Hasina here on Wednes- day during which they pledged to work togeth- er to curb terrorism in the region. Verma, a 1994-batch IFS officer, met Hasina a month af- ter presenting his cre- dentials to President Abdul Hamid on Octo- ber 27. “India has a poli- cy for neighbouring countries. But Bangla- desh gets the highest priority. Bangladesh al- ways gets priority in any case,” Verma was quoted as saying by a PMO spokesperson dur- ing his meeting with PM Hasina at her official Ganabhaban residence. India, B’desh pledge to work together to curb terrorism New Delhi (PTI): Ta- ble tennis legend Achanta Sharath Ka- mal was on Wednesday bestowed with the Ma- jor Dhyan Chand Khel Ratna, the country’s highest sporting hon- our, by President Drou- padi Murmu in a glit- tering National Sports Awards ceremony at the Rashtrapati Bhavan here on Wednesday . While Sharath is the lone Khel Ratna award recipient, 25 sportsper- sons, including shut- tlers Lakshya Sen, HS Prannoy, woman boxer Nikhat Zareen, track and field athletes Eld- hose Paul and Avinash Sable, were conferred with the Arjuna Award. The creme de la creme of Indian sports were recognised for their achievements in the past few years at a specially organised cer- emony . The event is tradi- tionally held every year to commemorate the birth anniversary of hockey legend Major Dhyan Chand on Au- gust 29. But last year also, the event was held on another date. The star attraction of the ceremony was Shar- ath, who received his Khel Ratna award amid thunderous applause from the select dignitar- ies present at the Dur- bar Hall. The Khel Ratna is given for the spectacu- lar and most outstand- ing performances by a sportsperson over a pe- riod of previous four years. It carries a cash prize of Rs 25 lakh, a medal and a scroll of honour. The Arjuna award carries a cash prize of Rs 15 lakh, a bronze statue and a scroll of honour. Sharath Kamal conferred with Khel Ratna award NATIONAL SPORTS AWARDS 2022 President Droupadi Murmu confers Major Dhyan Chand Khel Ratna Award on Achanta Sharath Kamal.Ratna award. Qatar (ANI): Eng- land head coach Ga- reth Southgate ap- plauded Marcus Rashford’s impres- sive showing in the team’s 3-0 win over Wales where the for- ward managed to score a brace on Wednesday . “It’s great for Mar- cus Rashford, he has trained really well. I have to say , he’s really beenimpressivesince he came back in with us. He could have had a hat trick, couldn’t he? And the free kick is what he’s capable of, it’s an incredible strike really,” ex- pressed Southgate, quoted ESPN as re- ported by BBC. “In moments I thought both Foden and Rash were quiet in the first half, we decided to switch wings, and I thought thatmightallowthem to go on the outside and also the chance to come in and they re- sponded really well, so for both to get the goals is great,” said the England boss. Southgate hails Rashford after win over Wales Sharat K Verma New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party has adopt- ed all the ‘old methods’ of politics. The party has no problem in dis- tributing tickets on the basis of religion and caste, nor does it have any problem in giving tickets to people with criminal antecedents to win elections. All par- ties doing traditional politics give priority to winning candidates while selecting candi- dates but at the same time take care of some ethics. But the Aam Aadmi Party has gone so far ahead in selecting winnable candidates that it has fielded candi- dates with a maximum criminal record in the Gujarat assembly elec- tions and the municipal elections in Delhi. In Gujarat, polling is to be held on 89 seats in the first phase, and out of these 89 seats, AAP has given 32 candidates who have criminal cas- es against them. Out of these, there are 26 can- didates who have seri- ous criminal cases against them. Similarly , out of 250 candidates of the Municipal Corpora- tion of Delhi, 45 candi- dates of AAP have a criminal record more than 20 of them have serious criminal cases. Is criminality AAP’s way of coming to power? Adelaide (PTI) Indian men’s hockey team stunned world number one side Australia 4-3 in the third Test to regis- ter a rare win and keep the five-match series alive here on Wednes- day . Skipper Harman- preet Singh (12th min- ute), Abhishek (47th), Shamsher Singh (57th) and Akashdeep Singh (60th) scored for India. Australia’s goals came from the sticks of Jack Welch (25th), skip- per Aran Zalewski (32nd) and Nathan Ephraums (59th). After Wednesday’s win, India trailed 1-2 in the series. The visitors had lost 4-5 and 4-7 in the first two Tests. India shock Australia 4-3 in 3rd hockey test New Delhi: India lost the three-match ODI se- ries against New Zea- land 0-1 after the third game was called off due to rain on Wednesday. Sent in to bat, India were all out for 219 in 47.3 overs with Wash- ington Sundar (51) and Shreyas Iyer (49) doing the bulk of the scoring. In reply, New Zealand were comfortably placed at 104 for one in 18 overs when the heav- ens opened up. Match called off; NZ win series 1-0 against India JK(ANI): The BSF- has worked well and kept the international border incident-free de- spite several efforts of neighbouring regions, Inspector General BSF (Jammu frontier) DK Boora said on Wednes- day. BSF IG Boora was addressing a press con- ference, and said, BSF has worked well and keeps borders incident- free despite several ef- forts of neighbouring regions. In the last one year, we have kept border incident free. There have been at- tempts from the other side but we have kept the international bor- ders secure, he said. There were seven at- tempts of infiltration at the border and all were foiled, he pointed out. He added that four AK 47 rifles, ammuni- tion, and 50 kilograms of Heroin were recov- ered. BSF IG Boora also mentioned that Jammu Frontier has been given the best Frontier trophy this year, and said, I congratulate officers and jawans for that. Our international border is safe and incident-free:BSF IG DK Boora Pune (PTI): Chief of Naval Staff Admiral R Hari Kumar on Wednes- day said the integration of aircraft with the newly commissioned aircraft carrier INS Vikrant is likely to be accomplished by May or June next year. The sea-going trials are already over after which the carrier was commissioned. Now, the aircraft integration trials have been started, he told reporters after reviewing the Passing Out Parade of the 143rd course of the NDA at Khadakwasla in Maha- rashtra’s Pune district. Integration of aircraft with INS Vikrant likely by June: Navy chief DGP Pankaj Kumar Singh addresses the media on Annual Press Meet 2022 prior to the BSF Day at BSF Aswini Officers Institute, in New Delhi on Wednesday. —PHOTO BY ANI kAashdeep Singh competes with Ky Willott. FIFA WORLD CUP England’s players celebrate a goal during the match against Wales in the FIFA World Cup 2022, at Ahmad bin Ali Stadium. Qatar (ANI): History will be made when Costa Rica face Germany on December 1 at the Al Bayt Stadium when France’s Stephanie Frap- part will become the first woman in the history of the FIFA World Cup to referee a finals match in the men’s tournament. Frappart, who will be the first woman to referee a men’s World Cup match, will be joined by assistant refer- ees Neuza Back of Brazil and Mexico’s Karen Diaz Medina for the crucial Group E game on Thursday, Fifa announced on Tuesday. “The men’s World Cup is the most important sporting competition in the world. I was the first referee in France and in Europe, so I know how to deal with it,” Frappart said in an official statement released by FIFA.com. Before the World Cup, Pierluigi Collina, chairman of the FIFA Referees Committee, said of the three female referees at the World Cup: “They were not selected because they are women but as FIFA referees. They could officiate any game.” STEPHANIE FRAPPART FIRST FEMALE REFEREE AT MEN’S WORLD CUP GAME —PHOTO BY ANI MACHINERY SEIZED
  8. 8. NEWS JAIPUR | THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2022 07 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia Ashvini Yadav Alwar: Mohammad Imran Khan, a teacher from Alwar, has been selected for the Ful- bright International Teacher Award. This award is furnished by the US Government to 50 teachers around the world. A maximum of four teachers are se- lected from India of which Mohammad Im- ran Khan is one. The United States India Education Foun- dation selects the teacher. The award was established in honour of former Sen- ator William Ful- bright. Teachers are specially selected keeping in mind the special innovation in education and its con- tribution to society. Mohammad Imran Khan from Rajasthan is the first government teacher who has been selected for this award. Imran Khan is a Na- tional Award winner and Prime Minister Narendra Modi him- self has praised is work in London. Se- lected for the Interna- tional Teacher Fellow- ship, Imran Khan will be able to work on any teaching project in col- laboration with a uni- versity in the USA from August 2023 to December 2023. Its ex- penses will also be borne by the US Gov- ernment. Imran Khan said that it is a proud moment for him that he was selected for this prestigeous award. Alwar’s Imran raises pride of Rajasthan FULBRIGHT INTERNATIONAL TEACHER AWARD GEHLOTGOVTPRESSES TAX PEDALTOCOLLECTREVENUE In the post Covid era, the Gehlot government has tried to improvetherevenuehealthofthestatethroughtaxcollection Dr Rituraj Sharma Jaipur: After recover- ing from Corona, the Gehlot govt has tried to improve the revenue health of the state through tax collection. The situation of the fi- nancial condition of the state has been described in the report of FRBM from April to September of the current financial year. Although the debt of the government has increased by Rs 44,391 crore in the 6 months, but during this time the tax collection has tried to hold economy . The Revenue deficit in the first half of 2022- 23 was Rs 14,384 crore, which is 61.24% of the estimated revenue defi- cit for the entire finan- cial year 2022-23. In such a situation, increasing revenue deficit is also a separate concern. The govt’s salary , al- lowances and pension expenses are not reduc- ing. Out of the total rev- enue expenditure, 29.89% would have been spent on salaries and al- lowances. An amount of Rs 29,718 crores was spent in April-Septem- ber 2022. While Rs 12,724 crores i.e. 12.80% of the total expenditure was spent on pension. It means more than 42% of the expenditure on salary , allowances, pension in the total ex- penditure of the govt. z Growth of tax rev- enue in GST is 32.29 percent z Combined tax revenue of Rs 15,826 crore as against Rs 11,963 crore z Overall saw a growth of 21.71 percent z Tax revenue was Rs 40,892 crore against Rs 33,598 crore z Negative growth of 96.19 percent in Goods and Passen- gers (Entry Tax) z Rs 389 crore tax revenue against Rs 660 crore as tax and duty on electricity z So the land tax revenue decreased by 37.5% z Mixed tax revenue of 198 crores as against Rs 318 crore z Total tax revenue from April to Sep- tember 2022 was Rs 63,556 crore `4K CR TAX COLLECTED AGAINST `2,850 CR IN FIRST HALF OF FY 22-23 EO, junior assistant held with `4L bribe in Jalore Lunaram Darji Jalore: The Anti-Cor- ruption Bureau (ACB) on Wednesday arrested an Executive Officer (EO) and Junior Assis- tant posted in Bhinmal Nagar Palika while ac- cepting a bribe of Rs 4 lakhs. The ACB sleuths informed that EO Ashutosh Acharya and Junior Assistant Jag- dish were caught red- handed while taking bribes in lieu of issu- ing a deed of a plot. The accused had initially demanded a bribe of Rs 12 lakhs, but they agreed for Rs 5 lakhs after negotiation. “The complaint was verified and a trap was laid on Wednesday. EO Ashutosh Acharya and Junior Assistant Jag- dish were caught red- handed while taking the bribe of Rs. 4 lakhs. There were complaints of corruption against EO Ashutosh Acharya in the past too. The res- idences of the accused are being searched,” police said. First India Bureau Jaipur: Six persons in- cluding 5 passengers in theJaipur-Lucknowbus when it collided with a truckinBahraich,UPin the early hours of Wednesday . 15 passen- gers were injured. The conditionof 4of theseis critical.Thetruckdriver is also among dead. The bus was going from Jaipur to Lucknow and RupaidihaviaBahraich. Whereas, truck was coming towards Luc- know. The accident hap- pened near Ghaghra Ghat of Jarwal police station area at around 4 am. The collision was so severe that the entire sideof thebuswasblown away . The seats clung to each other. The truck wasreportedlyspeeding. Twodeceasedwereiden- tified as Ajit Vishwas of BardhamaninWestBen- gal and Vipin Kumar Shukla of Bahraich. First India Bureau Bharatpur: Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) party will hold a massive farmer- labourer conference and rally on December 23, in the district, which is also the birth anniversary of former PM Chaudhary Charan Singh. The day will be celebrated as Farmer’s Day . A large crowd of over 1 lakh is expected in this rally . The rally is being or- ganized on the instruc- tions of RLD President, Jayant Chaudhary . Na- tional GS of the party Trilok Tyagi, State Prez, KK Saharan, Prez of All India Women’s Wing of theparty ,PratibhaSingh, party MLA in Rajasthan and Minister in State Cong Govt, Dr Subhash Garg gave this informa- tion after holding a press conference in Jaipur. Dinesh Tiwari Jaipur: RTI activist Ashok Pathak held a press conference on Wednesday regarding theoccupationof land mafia on the land of Mandir Mafi. Pathak and his colleagues said that after the death of the priest of Kalyanraj temple of Karauli, land of tem- ple which is 24 bigha 19 biswa was forceful- ly occupied by coun- cilor of city council, Aminuddin Desh. Rohingya and Bangladeshi Muslims arebeingsettledthere by cutting the colony at cheap rates, he al- leged. Many times complainedaboutthis matter to administra- tion they also inspect- edbutthelocaladmin- istration covered up the whole matter. Jaipur (FIB):Thethird round of talks between the Gurjar community andthegovernmenthas been postponed. It was tobeheldonWednesday at the Vidyut Bhavan. Gurjar leader Vijay Bainsla and others reachedtheguesthouse. However, the ministers could not make it to the meeting. After this, the third round of talks was post- poned by the govern- ment. Bainsla told that they have been issued with a new schedule for the talks on Thursday . Jaipur (FIB): After get- ting released from jail, State President of Ra- jasthan Berozgar Ekikrath Mahasangh, UpenYadavheldapress conference on Wednes- day . In the press confer- ence, he attacked the govt as well as police. As per him, the govt conspired against him and sent him to jail. The Congress govern- ment did not fulfil the promises made to the youth and when they raised their voice, they were implicated in false cases, he added. RTO SUB INSPECTOR HELD WITH `90K BRIBE FORMER BARAN SARPANCH HELD FOR `5K BRIBE TWO NEIGHBOURS DIE IN ROAD MISHAP IN SGNR Ashutosh Acharya (EO) Imran had won Jamna Lal Bajaj Award in 2019. —FILE PHOTO Subhash Garg, Trilok Tyagi, and KK Saharan during the press conference on Wednesday. —PHOTO BY SUNIL SHARMA Jagdish (Jr Asst) Hanumangarh: The ACB Bikaner unit on Wednesday caught red handed Balwan Kumar Transport Sub-Inspec- tor posted at District Transport Officer Nohar in Hanuman- garh while taking a bribe of Rs 90,000. ACB DG BL Soni said that the ACB Bikaner unit was given a complaint by the complainant that in lieu of not challaning the vehicles of his transport company, Balwan Kumar was demanding a bribe amount of Rs 90,000 as monthly. The complaint was verified under the supervision of ACB Bikaner SP Devendra Kumar Vish- noi and ASP Mahaveer Sharma and the trap was laid. Kota: The Kota ACB on Wednesday arrested Jai Prakash Namdev, the then sarpanch of Shahabad in Baran district. Kota ACB ASP said that in March, complainant Jitendra Rathore had given a complaint to that there is a clothes shop in the name of his wife Deepika Rathore and he wanted to get the shop registered for which the accused came to the shop and demanded Rs 5,000 to get the registry done. On this a complaint was lodged at Baran ACB post. The sarpanch absconded at that time during the ACB verification and was arrested on Wednesday. Sriganganagar: In a horrific road accident two died a pain- ful death near village 5PGM in the Anupgarh Tehsil. The two deceased were neighbours. Both were coming from village 4LM to the town’s paddy market to sell mustard in the same tractor-trolley. The accident is reported to be around 11.30 am. Deceased are identified as tractor driver Rampratap (40 years) along with Ramkumar (45 years). The accused had sought `12 lakh but agreed to take `4 lakh in lieu of issuing land deed RLD to host massive conference offarmersinBharatpuronDec23 Pathak seeks to free Mandir Mafi land from encroachers 3rd round of talks between Govt Gurjar community to resume today Upen Yadav gets out of jail, attacks govt for ignoring their demands Jaipur-Lucknow bus collides with truck in UP’s Bahraich, six die Right side of the bus was totally damaged in accident. Mohd Imran Khan is a National Award winner and even PM Modi himself has praised his work in London too
  9. 9. z Carpet bombing of rallies have happened in Gujarat. Now what results do you expect? JP Nadda: I see that Gu- jarat’s people are one sided in favour of BJP . Everyone has an un- breakable love and trust towards PM Modi and with that Gujarat unit has worked a lot. Our CM Bhupendra Patel, state president CR Patil and other leaders have worked with utmost hard work and commit- ment and campaigned for the party along with our leaders who came from outside. Moreover, the people of Gujarat have also made up their mind that they will bless the BJP . z If AAP opens its ac- count this time around, will it be a challenge in the next election? We do not have any chal- lenge. AAP goes to every state, contests election and claims it will form government but later their security on all the seats gets forefeited. It is anon-startedparty .Here too AAP will face the same situation. z Does BJP gain strength from Cong’s usage of words like Ra- van or king of lies? With the love that people of India have for PM Modi, they react to such comments and so do the people of Gujarat. But what needs to be under- stood is that Sonia Gan- dhi and Rahul Gandhi have not been able to di- gest that Modiji has be- come PM. Hence they givesuchstatementsand othersfollowsuit.Kharge sahab would give state- ments which make Soni- aji and Rahulji happy . z What will be the im- pact of anti-radical issue mentioned in your manifesto? Not only Gujarat, we think on these lines for the entire nation. Every body has cancerous and TB cells, but if the body is strong, these cells do not grow much. Simi- larly ,inournation,,who are anti-nationals, they want to divide India and to keep an eye on them there is a need of Anti- radical cell. z It is being said that first phase of poll is Cong dominated. What is strategy? They will not get any- thing and it will be a one sided result. People will support BJP and all re- cords will be broken. z How do you see your Rajasthan tour start- ing Thursday? Definitely ,theill-govern- ance of Gehlot Sahab’s government has made the citizens want for re- lief. Our role is of oppsi- tion and we will carry it outwithutmoststrength. First India Bureau Jaipur: The First India News successfully com- pleted its journey of 9 yearstocelebratewhich a cake cutting ceremo- ny was held at the chan- nel office on Wednesday . The cake was cut in the presence of CMD First India Channel. Dr Jagdeesh Chandra and First India News Direc- tor Virendra Choud- hary. Dr Chandra and Choudhary thanked the audience for making First India the biggest voice of Rajasthan and said that First India News will continue to work as a bridge be- tween the government and the public. Dr Chandra congrat- ulated all the members of First India family on completion of 9 years of success. “First India News is famous not only in Ra- jasthan but also out- side the State. First In- dia News is not only number one in Ra- jasthan but also the most watched channel in political and bureau- cracy circles,” said Dr Jagdeesh Chandra. Choudhary said that the popularity of the channel is unimagina- ble and the channel is fulfilling his and his father’s vision of pro- viding news of the youth and the rural people. First India Bureau Jaipur: About 50 RAS officers met Union Min- ister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat and handed over a memorandum for IAS cadre review. The officers led by the RAS Association President Gaurav Ba- jad met the Minister. General Secretary Dr Praveen Kumar said that the proposal of cadre review is under consideration with the Centre. He said that IAS officers in the state are less in pro- portion to population and therefore cadre re- view should be done. He said that if there is a cadre of 365 offic- ers, 4 posts of IAS will increase from other services. Shekhawat assured them to look into the demand. For- mer president of the association Shaheen Ali Khan and another office bearer Ajay As- wal expressed grati- tude to the minister. Nearly half a dozen women RAS officers were also present there. First India Bureau Baran: Mines Minister Pramod Jain Bhaya and MLA Panachand Megh- wal on Wednesday took a meeting of Congress workers at a hotel lo- cated on Kota Road re- garding the prepara- tions of Bharat Jodo Yatra. The Bharat Jodo Yatra is likely to enter Rajasthan on December 4 from Jhalawar dis- trict. Minister Pramod Jain Bhaya and MLA Panachand Meghwal informed that the Yatra will be held in Ra- jasthan for 15 to 18 days and will pass through seven districts covering 521 kilometres. Notably, Pramod Jain Bhaya has been taking meeting of Congress workers in Hadoti region ahead of the Bharat Jodo Yatra. Rahul Gandhi’s ‘tem- ple run’ during Bharat Jodo Yatra will contin- ue in Kota. During the Yatra in Kota on Dec 7, he will visit Ganesh Temple Suryamukhi Temple in Dara-Jagpu- ra. Gandhi will also inter- act with coaching stu- dents and will have the famous Kota Kachori. Dream big dreams, the highest possible but also savour your present, the place where you are, at any given time. —Dr Jagdeesh Chandra, CEO Editor-in-Chief, First India JAIPUR | THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2022 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia 08 2NDFRONT POSTAL REG NO. JPC/004/2022-24 z Where ever we go in Gujarat, there is al- ways Modi’s name everywhere... Amit Shah: It is but natural. He is our big- gest leader and wher- eever in the nation there is an election, people love and like Modiji’s name and Gujarat is Modiji’s home state. it was from here that he started the developmen- tal politics in nation. So it is obvious that people are happy with Modiji’s name and feel proud too. z Is this why Malliar- jun Kharge targets Narendra Modi? Per- haps he cannot see any other target? See, the culture of using fould words that has been promoted by Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gan- dhi, I feel that as many times bad words or re- marks have been made for Modiji, the people of Gujarat had given their decision with an even bigger majority . This time too the same shall happen. z Will AAP open its account? A: Looking at the envi- ronment it does not seem so. But let’s see what happens in future. On phase 1 voting eve, BJP’s top shots predict massive victory in Guj Laxman Raghav Bikaner: Chief Minis- ter Ashok Gehlot asked PM Narendra Modi on Wednesday to imple- ment the Rajasthan government’s welfare schemes across the country to provide eco- nomic and social sup- port. Addressing the youth on the conclud- ing day of the Mega Job Fair at the Government Polytechnic College Ground in Bikaner, Ge- hlot said the public wel- fare schemes of the State Government were discussed across the country . He listed out the wel- fare measures like the OPS, CM Chiranjeevi Swasthya Bima Yojana, Indira Gandhi Urban Employment etc. He said unemploy- ment and price rise were serious problems in the country, but the State government would not let anything come in the way of real- ising the dreams of the youth of the state. “They are being em- powered by education, employment and youth- centric policies of the state,” he said. The Chief Minister honoured the youth who got good packages in job fair by giving them job offer letters. He interacted with the youth while observing the exhibition at the Job fair and wished them all the best for their bright future. Sports Minister Ashok Chandna said the State has also been leading in providing jobs. IMPLEMENT RAJASTHAN WELFARE SCHEMES NATIONWIDE: CM TO PM “The youth are being empowered by education, employment and youth-centric policies of the State”, says CM Gehlot “Youth should dream and aim for the future. State government is always with you”, says Gehlot at the Mega Job Fair Cadre review is under consideration with Centre, says Dr Praveen Kumar CM Ashok Gehlot during the Mega Job Fair at the Government Polytechnic College Ground in Bikaner on Wednesday.Also seen here are Dr BD Kalla,Ashok Chandna, Pratap S Khachariyawas, Govindram Meghwal, Neeraj K Pawan, PC Kishan, Bhagwati Prasad Kalal and others. Pramod Jain Bhaya addresses a meeting of party officials and workers regarding the preparations of the upcoming Bharat Jodo Yatra and urged them to make the Yatra successful. The Bharat Jodo Yatra will reach the Ra- jasthan border after crossing the Chawri River. The yatra will pass through 18 assem- bly constituencies of Jhalawar, Kota, Bundi, Sawai Madhopur, Tonk, Dausa and Alwar dis- tricts. A meeting of Con- gress workers was and they have been assigned different responsibilities. —Pramod Jain Bhaya, Mines Minister Jaipur: CM Gehlot will be on a tour of Gujarat on Dec 2. After addressing a public meeting, he will reach Ahmedabad then Gandhinagar and return to Jaipur. Sachin Pilot will also campaign on Thursday in Amanrivadi, Dev Muvada and Bapunagar areas. Jaipur: An attempt to protest was made during CM Ge- hlot’s visit to Bikaner. However, even before the protestors came in front of Gehlot’s convoy, the police held 3 youths including BJYM’s Ved Vyas. The cops did not release them and took in custody. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot chaired an impor- tant meeting regarding the preparations of Bharat Jodo Yatra wherein, GS Dotasra, GovindMeghwal, Bhajan Lal Jatav, Zahida Khan were present. A detailed discussion about the Yatra including the arrangements for people was held during the meeting. CM IN GUJ ON DEC 2, PILOT IN GUJ TODAY CM ASHOK GEHLOT CHAIRS MEETING ON BHARAT JODO YATRA ATTEMPT TO PROTEST BEFORE CM’S VISIT 50 RAS meet Min GS Shekhawat, submit memo for IAS cadre review Venugopal briefs Kharge about Raj Jaipur (FIB): A day af- ter his visit to Jaipur, CongGenSecyKCVenu- gopal met Mallikarjun Kharge and briefed him about Raj. Kharge was also shown picture of the ‘unity’ of state Cong while also being told about demands of the leaders, prominent be- ing appointments in the organisation. Minister Pramod Jain Bhaya holds meet with Congress workers BHARAT JODO YATRA FIRST INDIA NEWS WILL CONTINUE TO WORK AS BRIDGE BETWEEN GOVT AND PUBLIC: Dr CHANDRA K’taka CM Basavaraj Bommai felicitates GS Shekhawat with a shawl during a courtesy visit at the latter’s camp office. Dr Jagdeesh Chandra,Virendra Choudhary, Shyatto Raha, Jinendra S Shekhawat, Shishir Awasthi, Virendra Solanki, Shivendra Parmar, Shweta Mishra, Jayati Mishra, Bharat Dixit, Shahnawaz, Mukesh Sharma ,Aadi Jain and others during the cake cutting ceremony at Channel Office. A view of the cake, which was cut to mark the occasion. Dr Jagdeesh Chandra addresses the Team of First India News during the celebration of channel’s 9 successful years. Dr Jagdeesh Chandra and Virendra Choudhary during the cake- cutting ceremony at the First India News Channel’s office. We will... Gehlot lashed out at the NITI Aayog for criticiz- ing the Congress on im- plementing the Old Pen- sion Scheme. He said that all the people keep themselves secured but why is there no finan- cial security of the em- ployees? During this, Gehlot also took feed back from the officers. Collector Bhagwati Prasad Kalal and and Divisional Commis- sioner Neeraj K Pawan gave detailed informa- tion to the CM. Regard- ing the employment fair also, Gehlot took report from the offi- cials. It was told that more than 1700 youths have received offer let- ters in Bikaner. He said that Modi govt has made petrol diesel expensive. On this occasion, Cong can- didate Anil Sharma ex- pressed his gratitude to CM Ashok Gehlot and ministers, who came to campaign for him. FROM P1… Channel fulfilling my my father’s vision of providing news of youth rural people: Virendra Choudhary 9 SUCCESSFUL YEARS OF FIRST INDIA NEWS 1 2 —PHOTOS BY MUKESH KIRADOO I wanted to become a doctor and used to study till 3 in the night, but couldn’t make it. Maybe something else was written in my destiny. Opened a shop for fertilizers and seeds, but there used to be black marketing, so I closed the shop and came to Jaipur. Mean- while I was made the State President of NSUI and after that Congress and Indira ji gave me a lot. I believe that whoever the government may be, the focus should be on employment. I will do what I can for the unemployed through my pen. —Ashok Gehlot, CM In a tete-a-tete with First India’s Aditi Nagar, Union Home Minister Amit Shah and BJP National President JP Nadda stressed that the BJP will break its own previous record of seats won in election Amit Shah JP Nadda
  10. 10. www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/ thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia 09 JAIPUR, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2022 FIRST INDIA QUEEN A RAY OF PURE Suhani Chauhan, one of the finalists of First India Queen shares her inspiring journey in an exclusive chat with City First BEAUTY! ou are bound to be successful if you do some- thing you love with passion. R a v i s h i n g beauty Suhani Chauhan’s inspiring story perfectly fits here. The 19-year-old diva was born and brought up in Noida, while describing her personality Suhani Said, “I’m currently pur- suing English Honours from Delhi University . Dancing is my way to es- cape the cruelties of the world. When I am upset and start dancing, my mind wanders to other possibilities, which helps me feel better. Be- sides dancing, painting gives me happiness too, itisaformof expression and more of natural tal- ent. When I paint or draw, I am completely immersed in this hobby of mineandIliketoread as well. Apart from my hobbies, I describe my- self as a confident, viva- cious and optimistic per- sonwithanopenmindto learn and evolve.” When asked about her journey the beauty said, “Hailing from a family where academic career is always their first pri- ority , I decided to choose my own path and fulfil my dream of being a beauty pageant winner. I was 15 when I made up mymindthatIwantedto do this and after that, it was years of hard work for building that confi- dence, all those qualities that are required to be the one. It is rightly said that doing the bestatthismoment puts you in the best place for the next moment and final- ly, here I am step- ping into my own passion and out- side of what my family has ever done and I’m so excited for what the future holds for me.” The diva strongly be- lieves that hard work teaches us discipline, dedication and deter- minationwhilesharing her vision, she said “Mypageantjourneyso far made me realize that it’s not going to be easy but it’s going to be worth it. All you have to do is stay strong, optimistic and work hard no mat- ter what I believe you are never denied only redirected and the only thing that stands be- tween you and your dream is the will to try and the belief that it is actually possible. The exquisite beauty further said, “I am im- mensely grateful to Dr Jagdeesh Chandra and the First India Queen for providing us with this wonderful plat- form, something amaz- ing like this can only be envisaged by JC sir, First India Queen has given me some mem- orable moments of my life.” UTTKARSHA SHEKHAR uttkarsha.shekhar@firstindia.co.in Y
  11. 11. AN EVENING WORTH REMEMBERING..! City First brings to you some more glimpses from the Super Indians Rajasthan Chapter organised by First India News Rajasthan and Bharat24 News channel on Sunday at Lake City Udaipur. The lamp lighting of the program was done in five-star Hotel Ananta in the presence of Dr Jagdeesh Chandra along with other dignitaries. During the program, famous Indian dancer Gulabo Sapera and supermodel Tripti Arora was also present and gave some mesmerizing dance performance with Bollywood superstar, Govinda. A felicitation ceremony in the presence of Dr Jagdeesh Chandra, Dr CP Joshi, Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar, Shamsher Singh, Manoj Jagyasi, Dhiraj Srivastava Jinendra Singh, was also held. AN EVENING WORTH Arora was also present and gave some mesmerizing dance performance with Bollywood superstar, Govinda. A felicitation Joshi, Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar, Shamsher Singh, Manoj Jagyasi, Dhiraj Srivastava Jinendra Singh, was also held. Jagdeesh Chandra presents a memento to Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar. Also seen are Govinda and Gulabo Sapera Govinda felicitates Sameer Sethi. Also seen are Jagdeesh Chandra with (L-R) Dhiraj Srivastava, Dr CP Joshi, Gulabo Sapera, Lakshyaraj Singh and Manoj Jagyasi Govinda felicitates Shreyans Mehta. Also seen are Jagdeesh Chandra with (L-R) Shamsher Singh, Dhiraj Srivastava, Dr CP Joshi, Gulabo Sapera, Lakshyaraj Singh and Manoj Jagyasi Dr CP Joshi felicitates Aprameya Radhakrishna. Also seen are Jagdeesh Chandra with (L-R) Shamsher Singh, Dhiraj Srivastava, Gulabo Sapera, Govinda, Lakshyaraj Singh and Manoj Jagyasi Govinda felicitates Dr Ajay Hardia and Manisha Sharma. Also seen are Jagdeesh Chandra with (L-R) Shamsher Singh, Dhiraj Srivastava, Dr CP Joshi, Lakshyaraj Singh and Gulabo Sapera Dr CP Joshi and Govinda felicitate Dr MM Mangal. Also seen are Jagdeesh Chandra with (L-R) Shamsher Singh, Dhiraj Srivastava, Gulabo Sapera, Lakshyaraj Singh and Manoj Jagyasi Govinda felicitates Dr Rajendra Kachhawa. Also seen are (L-R) Jinendra Shekhawat, Dhiraj Srivastava, Shamsher Singh and Manoj Jagyasi Tripti Arora and Govinda during the dance performance Govinda being welcomed with a memento from (L-R) Jinendra Shekhawat, Dhiraj Srivastava, Shamsher Singh and Manoj Jagyasi Govinda felicitates Mahboob Khan. Also seen are (L-R) Dhiraj Srivastava, Dr CP Joshi, Lakshyaraj Singh and Gulabo Sapera Neeti Goyal felicitated by Jagdeesh Chandra along with (L-R) Dhiraj Srivastava, Dr CP Joshi, Lakshyaraj Singh and Gulabo Sapera Dr CP Joshi and Govinda felicitate Dr Hardeep Bakshi. Also seen are Jagdeesh Chandra with (L-R) Dhiraj Srivastava, Lakshyaraj Singh, Gulabo Sapera and Manoj Jagyasi Govinda felicitates Neeraj Tripathi. Also seen are Jagdeesh Chandra with (L-R) Dhiraj Srivastava, Dr CP Joshi, Lakshyaraj Singh, Gulabo Sapera and Manoj Jagyasi Govinda welcomes Gulabo Sapera. Also seen are Jagdeesh Chandra with (L-R) Dhiraj Srivastava, Dr CP Joshi, Lakshyaraj Singh and Manoj Jagyasi Govinda felicitates Shrawan Choudhary. Also seen are Jagdeesh Chandra with (L-R) Dhiraj Srivastava, Dr CP Joshi, Lakshyaraj Singh and Gulabo Sapera Govinda felicitates Prashant Agarwal and Vandana Agarwal. Also seen are Jagdeesh Chandra with (L-R) Dhiraj Srivastava, Dr CP Joshi, Lakshyaraj Singh, Gulabo Sapera and Manoj Jagyasi Govinda felicitates Gajraj Pagariya. Also seen are Jagdeesh Chandra with (L-R) Dhiraj Srivastava, Dr CP Joshi, Lakshyaraj Singh, Gulabo Sapera and Manoj Jagyasi Govinda felicitates Dr Sameer Bhati. Also seen are Jagdeesh Chandra with (L-R) Dhiraj Srivastava, Dr CP Joshi, Gulabo Sapera, Lakshyaraj Singh and Manoj Jagyasi Govinda felicitates Dr Deepa. Also seen are (L-R) Jinendra Shekhawat, Dhiraj Srivastava, Shamsher Singh and Manoj Jagyasi Govinda and Lakshyaraj felicitate Meetu Bothara. Also seen are Jagdeesh Chandra with (L-R) Dhiraj Srivastava, Dr CP Joshi, Gulabo Sapera and Manoj Jagyasi Govinda felicitated Nehru Khan. Also seen are Jagdeesh Chandra with (L-R) Dhiraj Srivastava, Dr CP Joshi, Lakshyaraj Singh, Gulabo Sapera Manoj Jagyasi —PHOTOS BY SANTOSH SHARMA Tripti Arora grooves with superstar Govinda on the iconic step ‘Chalo Ishq Ladaye’ Kapil Jain felicitated on behalf of Vimla Suresh Bohra by Govinda. Also seen are Jagdeesh Chandra with (L-R) Dhiraj Srivastava, Dr CP Joshi, Lakshyaraj Singh, Gulabo Sapera Manoj 10-11 ETC JAIPUR | THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2022 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia Govinda felicitates Bhavit Malhotra. Also seen are Jagdeesh Chandra with (L-R) Dhiraj Srivastava, Dr CP Joshi, Lakshyaraj Singh, Gulabo Sapera and Manoj Jagyasi

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