Honourable people also need a separate lane in Lutyens, Successful launch of RISAT-2B and Other headlines
After the Lok Sabha, the news of the passage of the Citizenship Amendment Bill in the Rajya Sabha has been published on the front page by all the newspapers today. The vote was 125 in favour and 105 in opposition. During this time there was a lot of uproar in the house. While presenting the bill, Home Minister Amit Shah said that the Muslims of the country do not have to be worried about it, because they were, and will remain Indian citizens. Earlier, in a meeting of the BJP Parliamentary Party, Prime Minister Narendra Modi termed the bill as historic. He said that those opposing it are speaking the language of Pakistan. On the other hand, Congress called it an attack on the soul of India. Apart from this, news of boiling in the Northeast on the Citizenship Amendment Bill is also on the front page of newspapers. Due to this, the army has been called in Tripura and in Assam, it has been asked to be ready.
Leaders need separate lane for themselves in Lutyens zone
Even though lane driving has not yet been ensured in the capital Delhi, but Honorable Lutyens wants a separate lane for themself. According to Dainik Jagran, this recommendation has been made by a committee of Home Ministry headed by Anand Sharma of Congress. This committee, consisting of 31 MPs, has submitted its report in both houses of Parliament on Wednesday. The committee believes that there should be a separate lane for VIPs to get Delhi out of the jam. Expressing concern over the increasing number of vehicles in Delhi, the committee has suggested revolutionary steps to curb this. These include separate lanes for VIP and two-wheelers. Apart from this, it has also recommended not to register the vehicles of those buying new vehicles without disposing of the old vehicle.
Successful launch of RISAT-2B
The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) successfully launched the Radar Imaging Satellite (RISAT-2B) on Wednesday. It was launched from PSHV-C46 rocket from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh at 5:27 am. According to Dainik Bhaskar, this satellite will be helpful in intelligence monitoring, agriculture, forest and disaster management. According to ISRO sources, regular remote sensing or optical imaging satellites are not able to accurately display the position of things on the ground when it is cloudy. This new satellite will fill this gap. This will help people and security forces engaged in disaster relief work.
Hearing on review petitions in Ayodhya case today
The Supreme Court will hear the petitions filed today to reconsider its decision in the Ayodhya case. The Telegraph has given this news. Last month, the top court ordered the disputed land of Ayodhya to be given to the Hindu side. He also gave a decision to give five acres of land to the Muslim side at a particular place in Ayodhya for the construction of the mosque. Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind, the organization that has filed a review petition in this case, says that a large section of Muslim society is not satisfied with this decision.