Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) senior leader and MLA Dilip Pandey on Sunday slammed the BJP over the demolition of the shops of essential items at Kargil Society Dwarka where families of retired and late army officers stay without any prior notice.
Pandey said that the party demands that the BJP should immediately restore these demolished shops within 48 hours.
“We demands that the BJP should put forward unconditional apology to all these families of martyrs,” he said.
“The AAP will hold gherao of the BJP leaders and dharna against the BJP’s inhuman act,” he saud, adding that in the year 2003, former prime minister of India late Atal Bihari Vajpayee established a housing society at Dwarka named as Kargil society. In this society, the families of retired and martyred army men stay but today, the BJP and MCD is destroying the dreams of late Prime Minister by continuously harassing the
The federal government has charged six people with conspiring to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, per newly unsealed court records.
WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump on Thursday night slammed Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer for not saying ‘thank you’ p after the federal government charged six people with conspiring to kidnap her in an alleged domestic terrorist plot.
Seven additional people are also facing state charges pursuant to Michigan’s anti-terrorism act in connection to the alleged plot.
Officials said men arrested have ties to a far-right militia group, who were unhappy, in part, about Whitmer’s COVID-19 restrictions, and called her a “tyrant.”
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Whitmer “has done a terrible job. She locked down her state for everyone, except her husband’s boating activities. The Federal Government provided tremendous help to the Great People of Michigan,” Trump tweeted.
Federal prisoners, corrections staff, government inspectors and civil rights advocates have complained for months that the BOP’s strategies, when useful, are inconsistently applied. The overall inadequate response is leaving a vulnerable population at risk of infection and creating major vectors for transmission more than seven months into the pandemic. Since the start of the outbreak, more than 17,000 federal prisoners and staffers have tested positive and more than 130 have died.
“This is mounting evidence that efforts to contain the virus within BOP facilities are failing,” Sen. Richard J. Durbin (D-Ill.) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) wrote to Barr and Carvajal in one of the Oct. 2 letters, which were viewed by The Washington Post.
The letters capture Democratic lawmakers’ mounting frustrations with Barr and Carvajal, who, since March, have reportedly ignored lawmakers’ concerns, like the ones raised in the October letter.
Though incarceration rates have slowed in recent years,