New Delhi: Union Minister Arun Jaitley weekday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi has introduced a culture of honesty in government and no one who cheats Bharat will hide anyplace within the world and escape. His statement comes against the backdrop of Dubai-based businessperson Rajeev Saxena and company aviation persuader Deepak Talwar obtaining deported to Bharat. they have been arrested by the enforcement directorate.
In a series of tweets, Mr. Jaitley same “The UPA Skeletons area unit tumbling out by the day. Why did all Defence purchases want middlemen?”. Saxena is needed within the Rs 3,600 crore AgustaWestland VVIP chopper concealing case while Talwar is needed by the ed and the CBI during a case of allegedly misusing over Rs 90 crore taken through foreign funding route.
No one who cheats Bharat can hide anyplace within the world and escape. INDIA’s Diplomatic strength and a lot of civilized International procedures can recover of him. Mr. Jaitley said that If the Prime Minister is honest, if he imposes a culture of honesty in governance, nobody who cheats Bharat can escape.
Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel said that Christian community has made a significant contribution in the field of social service. Various initiatives for welfare and upliftment of poor, orphans, widows and needy shows the compassion of this community. Chief Minister was addressing a programme organized by Rashtriya Masihi Sangh at Dussehra Maidan in Bhilai yesterday evening.
Mr. Baghel said that he was glad to attend the programme organized Christian community. He thanked the community for its support in formation of the government.
New Delhi President Ramnath Kovind on Thursday termed the Modi government’s decision to give 10 percent reservation to economically backward classes of upper castes as “historic” and said that this will help the poor to get justice. Addressing a joint meeting of the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha members on the commencement of the budget session of Parliament, Kovind said, “This historic decision will help in getting justice for the poor girls and boys who were deprived of their rights due to poverty.
Kovind said that the government is engaged in trying to pass three divorce bills. At present, three divorce bills are pending in the Rajya Sabha. He said the government is engaged in trying to pass 3 divorce bills to help Muslim women to get rid of the fear of life and to live like women. He also mentioned the efforts of quick justice in cases of crime against women.