State of States This Week 20 to 27th September 2015

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This edition has special news of Gujarat and Center Govt Passing Anti terror Bill in Gujarat State.

So Here are the Updates.

 

SOS _27Sep

 

  • Chattisgarh :#RamanConnects makes a debut with Facebook Q&A

Chattisgarh’s Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh took to Facebook for a Q&A on Skills Development to mark the debut of #RamanConnects.

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  • Gujarat : Centre clears anti-terror bill of Gujarat

The Home Ministry has sent the controversial Gujarat Control of Terrorism and Organised Crime (GCTOC) Bill, 2015 to the President for his assent.

The anti-terror Bill, passed by the Gujarat Assembly and twice rejected by the previous UPA government, has been cleared by the Narendra Modi government and sent to the President for his assent.

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  • Kerala : Mata Amrithanandamayi pledges Rs 100 cr for sanitation work in Kerala
After contributing Rs 100 crore to the Centre’s ‘Swachh Bharat’ and ‘Clean Ganga’ programmes, Mata Amritanandamayi Math today offered an identical amount for construction of toilets and sanitation works in Kerala.

  • Bihar : BJP to abolish quota policy, if it wins in Bihar: Nitish Kumar

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Sunday alleged that the BJP-led coalition at the Centre will abolish reservation for OBCs, SC and STs if it win assembly elections in Bihar as RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat had called for review of the reservation policy.

“The RSS chief has publicly called for review of the reservation policy which the BJP-led coalition at the centre may scrap if NDA gets power in Bihar,” Kumar alleged at an election rally in Parbatta Assembly constituency in Khagaria district.

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  • Delhi : Kejriwal U-Turn on Sheila Dikshit exposed by RTI query

In response to an RTI query, Delhi government has confirmed that they have not initiated any corruption case against former Chief Minister of Delhi, Smt. Sheila Dikshit. Although this news was not publicised much, it was surprising for many of those who could still notice it. This was quiet contrary to the common perception of a large number of people who believed in Mr. Arvind Kejriwal as the crusader against corruption and investigation or pursuance of corruption charges against Mrs. Sheila Dikshit in particular was the most natural expectations people had from the present Delhi government.

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  • Madhya Pradesh : Digvijay Singh served notice over irregularities in appointments

The police served a notice to senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh at his official residence here on Sunday for alleged irregularities in appointments at the Madhya Pradesh State Assembly secretariat between 1993 and 2003

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  • Himachal Pradesh : Virbhadra DA case – CBI conducts raids

The Central Bureau of Investigation teams on Saturday filed a case against Himachal Pradesh chief minister Virbhadra Singh and carried out raids at 11 places including his residences in Delhi and Himachal, on a day when his daughter is getting married.

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  • West Bengal : Governor K N Tripathi calls for strict steps against illegal arms possessors

Governor K N Tripathi today said strict steps should be taken against those possessing illegal arms.

Asked for his comments on the recovery of unlicenced arms and their use in recent incidents, the Governor said, “Illegal arms should be prohibited and persons carrying them should be dealt with strongly.

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