5 pilgrims killed and more than 25 injured in a road accident in Rajasthan

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Rajasthan: BJP to protest today for law and order

The Bharatiya Janata Party will protest in Jaipur on Saturday over the law and order issue in the state, a party spokesperson said.

The spokesperson said the party will take out a rally from 10 am from Shaheed Memorial to the Prime Minister’s residence under the leadership of state BJP president Satish Poonia.

The demonstration will be against increasing atrocities on women, illegal mining, crime against seers and cases of mob lynching, he said.

BJP president JP Nadda will address the rallies in Himachal’s Sirmour

BJP president Jagat Prakash Nadda will address two public meetings in Himachal Pradesh’s Sirmour district on Saturday, the party’s state unit president Suresh Kashyap said.

Rallies will be held at Paonta Sahib and Nahan, Kashyap said on Friday.

Jharkhand: Heavy rain likely, ‘red alert’ issued for some districts

The Ranchi Meteorological Center has issued a “red alert” for parts of Jharkhand where heavy rains are likely from Friday evening due to the impact of a deep depression over the Bay of Bengal, according to said news agency PTI.

Heavy to very heavy rains could continue through Saturday in many parts of the state, they said.

A “red alert” (07 to 20 cm rainfall) has been issued in Saraikela-Kharswan, East and West Singhbhum districts, officials said, adding that some districts in West and Central Jharkhand also they could experience heavy to very heavy rain.

CBI raids Sisodia’s house in excise policy case. Names 15 In FIR

The CBI on Friday raided the house of Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and 30 other places in connection with alleged corruption in the implementation of Delhi’s excise policy.

The AAP condemned the raids with Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal stating that the agency has been “asked from above” to harass its leaders. The BJP asked the Delhi government to come clean about its excise duty policy.

The searches at the AAP leader’s house, the residence of IAS officer and former Excise Commissioner Arava Gopi Krishna and 29 other places took place after the CBI registered an FIR for alleged corruption and framing of bribery and enforcement of Delhi’s excise policy introduced last November. officials said.

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