09 September 2018

9 Sept ND:Sanatan Terror Plot: Maharashtra ATS Nabs 2 More Men In Connection With Explosives Recovery Case/On fifth anniversary of Muzaffarnagar riots, Amnesty accuses UP govt of doing little to ensure justice

09 Sept. 2018: 28 Zilhajj 1439: Vol: 10, No:103
2 more held in Maharashtra terror plot case, map with Sunburn location recovered
Maharashtra ATS has arrested two more persons from Jalgaon district for their purported links with the right-wing module that was allegedly plotting terror attacks across the state.Vasudev Suryawanshi and Vijay Lodhi, both residents of Sakli in Jalgaon district, were being “examined” by ATS since Friday after their names cropped up in the case. After sustained investigation, the two were arrested on Saturday . They will be produced before the court on Sunday. ATS has also reportedly seized CDs with arms training content, books on bomb-making and maps of different cities, one of which has the location of Sunburn festival in Pune, during a raid conducted at Vasudev’s garage.“Lodhi, who own a small business, is married has two daughters. He is the sole breadwinner of the family,” said an ATS officer. ATS suspects that Vasudev was providing vehicles to the other accused for doing recce across the state and zero in on the spots for terror attacks. Police also said that they were trying to find out whether the vehicle used by the killers of rationalist Narendra Dabholkar in Pune was also provided by Vasudev.Last month, ATS arrested Hindu Govansh Raksha Samiti coordinator Vaibhav Raut, Sharad Kalaskar from Nallasopara, Sudhanwa Gondhalekar from Pune, former Sena corporator Shrikant Pangarkar from Jalna and Avinash Pawar from Mumbai after recovering a massive stash of weapons from Raut’s residence. All of them are said to be sympathisers of Sanatan Sanstha.One of the accused, Kalaskar, is also allegedly involved in the murder of Dabholkar.mumbaimirror
Maha ATS arrests two more men in crude bomb plot
Sanatan Terror Plot: Maharashtra ATS Nabs 2 More Men In Connection With Explosives Recovery Case
On fifth anniversary of Muzaffarnagar riots, Amnesty accuses UP govt of doing little to ensure justice
New Delhi: Amnesty International has castigated the Yogi Adityanath government in UP for doing little to ensure justice and rehabilitation for the survivors of 2013 Muzaffarnagar communal violence.On fifth anniversary of the deadly riots in Muzaffarnagar district that claimed at least 60 lives and displaced over 50,000 people, the Amnesty International India blamed the state govt's apathy for seven gang-rape survivors still awaiting justice and the displaced continuing to look for rehabilitation."UP govt has forgotten the riot survivors of Muzaffarnagar and Shamli. The state has done very little to redress the injustice they have faced.The govt's attempt at rehabilitation and compensation has been woefully inadequate",said Asmita Basu, Programmes Director, Amnesty International India.She said justice remained elusive for the seven gangrape survivors who have received little assistance from authorities to rebuild their lives and livelihoods."There has not been even one conviction in any of the seven cases so far. In 2016, one of the survivors died during childbirth," she said.Quoting one of the survivors, a mother of five, Amnesty International India said the victims have lost all hope of getting justice and are now hoping for survival of their families."Their rapists have been out in the open for years now. Women are scared to pursue their cases and they cannot be blamed for this. There are media reports of compromises being made and of money being offered and accepted by many of the seven families. We need to understand the realities in which these women have survived all these years. They are scared and have lost all faith in the system,"said Rehana Adeeb, an activist working with the survivors.Rights body said an overwhelming majority of families in resettlement colonies lack access to basic services like clean drinking water and drainage facilities."UP govt's callous treatment of Muzaffarnagar and Shamli riot survivors is a breach of its commitment to uphold basic constitutional values. The riot survivors have been forced to live in a vicious cycle of poverty and discrimination. Uttar Pradesh chief minister must ensure that voices of the survivors are heard immediately and justice is delayed no further", added Basu.IANS
UP govt's attempt at rehabilitation of Muzaffarnagar riot victims 'woefully inadequate': Amnesty
UP: Hindu who takes care of mosque he saved during 2013 Muzaffarnagar riots
Muzaffarnagar: For Ramveer Kashyap, a 59-year-old mason in Muzaffarnagar’s Nanheda village, taking care of the lone 120-year-old mosque is a “religious” duty. At daybreak, he cleans up the mosque, lights a candle in the evening and even gets the structure whitewashed once before every Ramzan.At the height of communal tension during the infamous 2013 riots, when a group of rioters decided to demolish the mosque, Kashyap risked his life to save it and gathered village men in his support. “My faith teaches me to respect all places of worship,” he told TOI.Surprisingly, the village doesn’t have a single Muslim inhabitant. Located 40 km from the district HQ, Nanheda is a Jat-dominated village with a few Dalits and OBCs residing here.According to Ramveer, the village had a large number of Muslims during the British era. “However, they moved out gradually after Independence. Now, an occasional visitor or a traveller offers namaz here once in a while,” he said.“I stay barely 100 metres away from the mosque. I grew up watching the structure and playing around it. For me, it is a place of worship, which deserves respect. In the absence of anyone taking care of it, I took up the responsibility as a young man. For the past 25 years, I broom the premises daily and ensure basic maintenance,”Ramveer said. Being a mason came in handy, as he takes care of the occasional wear and tear in the structure from time to time. Because of his act, Ramveer enjoys a lot of respect in his own village and in the region.Nanheda village pradhan Dara Singh said, “It has been nearly 50 years since the last Muslim family moved out of the village. But the mosque remains and is maintained the way it should be. And the credit for this goes to Ramveer who even spends his own money to get it whitewashed once before every Ramzan. At times, his family members also assist him in cleaning up the place.”TOI
Ram temple will be built in Ayodhya as ‘Supreme Court is ours’, says UP minister
Ayodhya:Uttar Pradesh minister Mukut Bihari Verma sparked a controversy on Saturday with his comments that the Ram temple will be built in Ayodhya because “the SC is ours”.“Temple is our resolve. It will surely come up and we are all committed to it,” he said, talking to journalists in Bahraich on Saturday.When a journalist reminded him that the verdict in the temple case in the SC is yet to be delivered, the minister casually said, “yes, precisely because the matter is with SC. The SC is ours, isn’t it? The judiciary is ours, the country is ours and the temple is ours too.”Verma, a 4-term BJP lawmaker from Bahraich, is the minister for cooperatives. Some in the opposition felt that such remarks were a deliberate attempt to keep the temple issue in the news in the hope it would help polarise the atmosphere ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.As his remark started being played out on news channels, Verma told HT on the phone that he was quoted out of context. But in his bid to explain, the minister again ended up repeating the same statement.UP’s labour minister Swami Prasad Maurya, who was sitting by Mukut Bihari Verma’s side in Bahraich, refused to comment on the controversy. HT
World Hindu Congress in US: Protests over NDA govt's alleged 'actions against minorities'
Chicago: At the second World Hindu Congress being held in Chicago a group of protesters briefly disrupted the proceedings. The protestors reportedly opposed the Indian government's alleged "actions against religious minorities". The inaugural session of the conference was attended by 2,500 delegates and Hindu leaders from more than 60 countries. Two of the women protesters were arrested on Friday evening and local police charged them with disorderly conduct and trespassing. They were released later in the night. Representing the Chicago South Asians for Justice, the two women speaking on condition of anonymity told PTI that they protested during World Hindu Congress to urge the leaders attending it to oppose the "current actions of the government against religious minorities".RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat and its joint general secretary Dattatreya Hosbale and six other top Hindu religious leaders were participating in a panel discussion on collective efforts for Hindu resurgence when the protesters seated at two different places in the hall suddenly stood on their chairs and started raising slogans such as "Stop Hindu Fascism" and "RSS turn around, we do not want you in town."Vice President Venkaiah Naidu is slated to address the WHC Sunday." About 6 of us were at the WHC today. We were there to protest the conference, the organiser, the speakers, and the attendees and their support for the current and historic violence that's been propagated by RSS and other similar organisations," one of woman protestors told PTI after being released. 2 of these women were handcuffed as they came out of the hotel. The police arrested another individual for allegedly spitting on them. "He did that in front of the police,"she said.
World Hindu Congress: Sharmila-Pataudi marriage clear case of 'love jihad'
 ‘Love jihad’ became one of the blistering issues discussed at the World Hindu Congress in Chicago under the presence of RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat.Citing examples of inter-faith marriages in India, banners were put up on the first day of the event denouncing religious conversion of Indian women.One such example highlighted was of noted film actress Sharmila Tagore’s marriage to ex cricket skipper Nawab Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi. Dileep Ameen,writer, attending the event, said “Sharmila Tagore was forced to change her name to Begum Ayesha Sultan after converting to Islam. She had to raise her kids as Muslims and so were their names changed.”“Sharmila’s son Saif also married a Hindu woman Amrita Singh and deserted her. His second wife Kareena Kapoor refused to adopt an Islamic name. Our question is whether their child will be raised under the shadow of Hindusim,” he added.He said all over the world there’s silent holocaust taking place against Hindus.Meanwhile, in controversial statement, Bhagwat gave a call to Hindus to unite with an analogy that has stirred a political row. Bhagwat said, “If a lion is alone, wild dogs can invade and destroy him".ABP/ times now
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RSS chief blasted for ‘lion vs wild dogs’ remarks
New Delhi:RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat has been blasted by the Opposition parties for his controversial speech at the World Hindu Congress in Chicago, US.Asserting that Hindus neither oppose anybody nor aspire to dominate, Bhagwat on Saturday said the community needs to unite to end its “centuries of sufferings”.Dalit leader Prakash Ambedkar said that the “dog” reference was for the “Opposition parties” in the country.“I condemn this ‘mansikta’ (mentality) of Mohan Bhagwat that he has referred to Opposition parties in the country as dogs,” he said.The Opposition Congress and the NCP too slammed the RSS and said that its ideology was “anti-Hindu”.NCP leader Nawab Malik said,“The ideology of RSS and BJP is anti-Hindu and they only know how to do caste politics.”Congress leader Sachin Sawant said, “RSS ideology is anti-Hindu. It is known for hatred towards other castes and religions. It is shameful of the RSS chief to describe any religion in this way.” Attacking Bhagwat over his remarks,AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi said RSS was demeaning others.“RSS is trying to demean people by calling others dogs and assuming themselves as the tiger,” he said. caravandaily
Those involved in lynchings cannot call themselves nationalists, says Venkaiah Naidu
New Delhi :Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu has said those involved in incidents of hate and lynching cannot call themselves nationalists while holding that legislation alone was not enough as a change in societal behaviour was required to prevent such cases. The vice president also expressed anguish over the politicisation of incidents of lynching, saying such cases should not be linked with political parties.“Societal change (is needed). This (lynching) is not because of this party or that party. The moment you attribute it to these parties, the cause is lost. That is what is happening, let me be very frank,” he said. Asked about the incidents of hate and lynching, he said it was not a new trend and there were such instances in the past also.“It is the societal behaviour that has to change…when you kill the other man, how can you call yourself nationalist. On the basis of religion, on the basis of caste or on the basis of colour, or on the basis of gender, you discriminate. Nationalism, Bharat Mata Ki Jai has a wider meaning,” Naidu said. He said “some of these things” cannot be tackled through legislation alone, and a societal change was needed to check them.The government has been under attack from Congress and several other opposition parties for a spate of lynchings in various parts of the country in the last couple of years. According to Home Ministry data, around 40 people were lynched in nine states in the past one year. The opposition and various civil rights groups have also accused the government of not coming down hard on those involved in the incidents.PTI
Kathua rape victim was sexually assaulted, died of asphyxia: Doctors tell court
Pathankot :The doctors who conducted a postmortem on 8-year-old Kathua rape victim told a court in Pathankot that the girl was sexually assaulted and she died of asphyxia, a lawyer has said.As many as 54 witnesses have deposed before the court so far in the ongoing trial in the brutal rape and murder of the girl.The girl was allegedly repeatedly assaulted before being killed at a village in J&K’s Kathua district in Jan.Special Public Prosecutor JK Chopra said the doctors who conducted the postmortem recorded their statement before the court of chief judicial magistrate recently.They said the victim was subjected to sexual assault and cited asphyxia as the reason behind her death, Chopra, who has been representing the Jammu and Kashmir Police’s Crime Branch, said.Pathankot District and Sessions Judge Tejwinder Singh is hearing the case after it was transferred on the orders of the Supreme Court on a plea filed by the victim’s family.The district and sessions court framed charges of rape and murder against the seven accused in the case on June 8. The crime branch had earlier arrested Sanji Ram, the custodian of a temple where child was allegedly confined,his son Vishal and his juvenile nephew, 2 special police officers Deepak Khajuria alias ‘Dipu’ and Surender Verma and friend Parvesh Kumar alias Mannu. PTI
Uproar in Assam over NRC official’s report to Supreme Court
Guwahati :Ahead of the claims-and-objections round of NRC, political parties and civil society organisations in Assam have reacted sharply to NRC state coordinator Prateek Hajela’s report to the Supreme Court in which he suggested that those now seeking inclusion into the list be allowed to submit only 10 out of the original 15 “list A” documents.5 documents that Hajela asked to be excluded are the 1951 NRC, voter lists up to March 24, 1971, citizenship certificates, refugee registration certificates and ration cards issued prior to March 24, 1971, the cut-off for inclusion into the latest list. Over 40 lakh people who had been excluded from the final NRC draft published on July 30 have been given the option of filing fresh claims.A statement by the Assam BJP, signed by party general secretary Dilip Saikia, said Hajela’s report had “complicated the situation”. “In the final NRC draft, names of several lakh Indians belonging to the Gorkha, Bengali and Hindi-speaking communities have been left out,” the statement read.It also said that state party president Ranjit Dass, who is attending BJP national executive meeting in Delhi, would take up the matter of “inclusion of names of genuine Indian citizens in NRC” with central leaders of the party. On Sept.10, Dass is scheduled to address the press and clarify the party’s stand on NRC updation process.indianexpress
Activist and senior lawyer Prashant Bhushan says IAF officials being pressured on Rafale deal
Ahmedabad:Senior Supreme Court lawyer and activist Prashant Bhushan alleged that to justify the changed Rafale deal, IAF officials were being forced to speak in praise of the new deal signed by the Modi Govt.The opposition parties and many activists have been questioning the change in the deal for the purchase of the Rafael fighter jets by the present government. The earlier deal by the UPA govt to purchase 126 fighter planes from France's Dassault was allegedly altered to buy only 36 fighter planes for around Rs 60,000 crore."After the expose, the NDA government doesn't have anything to justify the change in the deal, so now IAF officials are being pressurized to speak in favour of the new deal," Prashant Bhushan told reporters.IANS
Let's make Modi govt realise its mistakes: Raj Thackeray's MNS joins Bharat Bandh
MNS, led by Raj Thackeray, has extended its support to the Bharat Bandh, called by the Congress party on Monday, September 10, over continuous rise in petrol and diesel prices.Releasing a statement in this regard on Sunday, MNS chief Raj Thackeray said that the common man is in anguish as the prices of petrol and diesel have sky rocketed. “MNSextends its full support to the bandh and will actively participate in it,” said Thackeray. Thackeray further said that though the fuel prices are linked to the global markets, the central and state governments have imposed heavy taxes on this.“The country’s policies cannot be based on the whims and fancies of one person,” said the MNS chief, taking a dig at PM Narendra Modi without naming him. The statement by Thackeray also made reference to the issue of demonetisation. It read, “The demonetisation step was a huge blunder and its repercussions plummeted our economy into a precarious state. To cover this up, heavy taxes are being imposed on fuel, as an effort to bring back the economic conditions to normalcy. Why is the common man being made to pay a price for the miscalculation on part of the Central govt?”Several political parties such as the NCP, RJD, SP and DMK have declared that they would join the Bharat Bandh called by Congress. TMC has, however, refused to be a part of the bandh.zeenews
UP: Muslim clerics announce expulsion of Shia Waqf chief Waseem Rizvi from Islam
Agra:Reacting to the objectionable statement by UP Shia Waqf Board Chairman Waseem Rizvi on homosexuality being prevalent in the country's Madarsas, Islamic clerics on Saturday held a meeting in Agra, announcing the expulsion of Rizvi from Islam.In a meeting held in the Noori Mosque of Agra, Mufti Mudassar Ali Qadri approved the proposal of Rizvi's expulsion from Islam, rationalizing the decision by claiming that with his objectionable statements against Islam, Rizvi had become a danger to the country's peace and harmony. He also demanded a CBI inquiry against Rizvi for his links with anti-national elements.Mufti Qadri announced that following Moharram, the Shia and Sunni communities will hold joint protests against Rizvi.Meanwhile, a prominent Shia Muslim lawyer of Agra told India Today on the condition of anonymity that Shia cleric Maulana Kalbe Jawwad has met UP CM Yogi Adityanath on this matter and requested immediate action against Rizvi for his statement and warned Yogi that if there are any riots or communal violence because of such statements by Rizvi, the government will be entirely responsible for that. india today
No Roads, Pregnant Woman Carried On Cot To Hospital In UP's Etawah
Etawah: A pregnant woman was carried on a cot by her family members to a hospital in Uttar Pradesh's Etawah district as there was no road connectivity in their village in Biharipura.About 100 families live here with around 600 people. There is no connectivity to the village and no one has ever made a road here since independence, a villager told ANI."We have no schools or hospital a well. If anyone falls ill or requires medical assistance, we have to carry the person on a cot to the hospital. There are no facilities at all," the villager said.A school-going child from the village also said that they will have to travel about 3 kms on muddy roads to reach school.When asked about the absence of basic facilities in the village, Jeetendra Kushwaha, ADM of Etawah said, "Matter has come to my notice and I have informed SDM about it. He is sending a team. Problems will be solved at the earliest."ANI
BJP MLA Caught on Video Blaming Muslim Candidates For Party's Loss in MP Civic Polls
Bhopal: A video of BJP MLA from Mahidpur in Ujjain, Bahadur Singh Chouhan, blaming Muslim candidates for the party’s poor performance in civic body elections has gone viral on the internet.“We had given six tickets to members of your community last time, but lost all. This pained us immensely, which is why the road in your area wasn’t built,” Chouhan can be heard saying, while addressing a gathering of Muslims in his constituency. MLA added that whenever he approaches Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan in Bhopal, he sets aside Rs 4-5 crores for the development work of this constituency.He further expressed regret over the party not being able to secure a majority in local civic body polls. Ahead of the assembly elections, a string of BJP leaders have stoked the fire with their loose comments.news18
Kashmir journalist was ‘in contact’ with Hizbul militant, cops tell court
Srinagar : 2 weeks after detaining, and subsequently arresting, a journalist, Asif Sultan, Jammu and Kashmir Police has told a Srinagar court that he was “in contact” with a Hizbul Mujahideen militant, and that he used to “glorify” militants in his news reports.The court has sent Asif to 15-day judicial remand. He has been shifted to Srinagar central jail. Asif’s family and his employers maintain that he was picked up for his reporting, and he has no militant links.Various journalists’ associations in the Valley, including Kashmir Editors’ Guild, have called for Asif’s release and asked the police to make the charges against him public.On Saturday, the police told the court that their probe is completed and that the journalist is not required by police any longer.“He was in contact with Abass Sheikh (senior Hizbul Mujahideen militant from south Kashmir). (He) was playing an important role by providing him (Sheikh) all the possible help to carry out terrorist activities,” the police told the court in a written reply to Asif’s bail application, moved on Tuesday.indianexpress
Nepal decides not to join first BIMSTEC Military Exercise in India
Pune:Nepal Government has confirmed that they will not join the first ever military exercise, which is slated to begin from September 10 in Pune, Maharashtra.The sources told ANI that Nepal is not joining the BIMSTEC military anti-terror training exercise.BIMSTEC is a regional construct and it expands as the Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation. As told to ANI, 30 personnel from each country is supposed to participate, which will comprise of five officers and 25 men. This will now not include the soldiers from Nepal.Defence analyst Major General SB Asthana (Retd) described it to be more due to the anti-India political sentiments within Nepal. He said, "Three observers of Nepal are already in Pune so there was an intent to participate. But, it is due to the local political pressure that this decision has been taken."ANI
Yogendra Yadav detained for 6 hours in Tamil Nadu, arrested after he says will meet farmers
Chennai:Yogendra Yadav of Swaraj India Party was detained by Tamil Nadu police for nearly six hours on Saturday, and was subsequently formally arrested later in the evening, within an hour of his release, during his visit to Tiruvannamalai district.Yadav was visiting the district to meet party representatives and some farmers’ families who were ostensibly affected by the land acquisition for the proposed Chennai-Salem greenfield corridor project.Around 10 am, as Yadav and his party members were heading to Naniyendhal village in Tiruvannamalai, after meeting villagers in Athipadi, police officials intercepted their vehicles and took them in custody.Yadav was later served an order dated Sept.1, applying Section 30(2) of Police Act 1861, which prevents public assembly and procession in the area.indianexpress
UN rights chief urges Egypt to overturn mass death sentences
UN's human rights chief, Michele Bachelet, has asked Egypt to overturn mass death sentences handed down to members of the opposition, including senior members of the Muslim Brotherhood.On Saturday, an Egyptian court delivered death sentences to 75 people over their participation in a 2013 sit-in protest at Rabaa al-Adawiya Square in Cairo that ended with security forces killing hundreds of protesters.Those present were protesting a military coup a month earlier, which overthrew Egypt's first freely elected president, Mohamed Morsi - a member of the Muslim Brotherhood.If carried out, the sentences "would represent a gross and irreversible miscarriage of justice", Bachelet said, further describing the trials as "unfair".Defendants were denied the right to individual lawyers and to present evidence, while "the prosecution did not provide sufficient evidence to prove individual guilt", she added in a statement.Brotherhood leaders Essam el-Erian and Mohamed Beltagi were sentenced to death, while Mohamed Badie, the Brotherhood's spiritual leader, was handed a life sentence. In total 46 people were handed life sentences, while 612 others received prison terms ranging from five to 15 years after a mass trial in Cairo.aljazeera
After Tehran talks, Syria and Russia forces step up Idlib attacks
Antakya:Syrian government forces backed by their Russian allies have stepped up their bombardment of rebel-held territories in northwest Syria, killing at least 6 civilians, according to local activists.The air raids and shelling on Saturday came a day after Russia rejected a Turkish call for a ceasefire in Syria's Idlib province, where a major government assault aimed at recapturing the last rebel stronghold in the country is seemingly imminent.The attacks targeted areas in southern Idlib province and in the north of neighbouring Hama province, in what is seen as the biggest escalation over the past week.One hospital in the village of Hass in southern Idlib was destroyed by a barrel bomb dropped from a helicopter.Local activists said that 6 civilians died in the bombardment, including one child.aljazeera
Anti-Islam Dutch Lawmaker Says No More Prophet Cartoons, for Now
Cernobbio: Dutch lawmaker and anti-Islam campaigner Geert Wilders has said he has no plans, for now, to revive a competition of cartoons depicting the Prophet after it emerged as a motive for a stabbing in Amsterdam last week.Wilders, speaking on the sidelines of a conference in Italy, expressed shock over the attack, in which a man stabbed and injured 2 American tourists at Amsterdam's central station. Dutch media identified the assailant as a 19-year-old Afghan. The attack came after Wilders cancelled plans to hold the cartoon competition, which had also drawn a complaint by Pakistan's new foreign minister, who said cartoon depictions of the Prophet could incite hate and intolerance."For now I will not be doing it soon again, for sure," Wilders told Reuters at the Ambrosetti conference, where he had been invited to speak on the future of the European Union."On the one hand you say that you should never give in to people who threaten to use violence against freedom of speech," he said, adding that he had spent 15 years living in safe houses and escorted by a security detail due to constant death threats.Reuters
Attack on checkpoint in western Afghanistan kills 9 soldiers
An Afghan official says insurgents have attacked a checkpoint in the western Herat province, killing at least 9 Afghan security forces and wounding another 6.Gelani Farhad, the provincial governor’s spokesman, says the attack late Saturday ignited a gunbattle in which around 10 insurgents were killed and 5 wounded. He says the attack was likely carried out by the Taliban, who are active in the district and frequently target security forces and government officials.AP
Bahadur Shah Zafar’s grave is a silent witness to turbulent times in Myanmar: Nirupama Subramanian
Central Board of RBI hurriedly met on Nov 8 and dutifully “recommended” that the notes may be declared illegal tender:P Chidambaram
‘Mysterious Killings’ Return to Haunt Kashmir, Again:Jehangir Ali

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