Trouble mounts for Tejashwi Yadav; Yogi Sarkar cracks down Hathras conspiracy

  1. The truth behind the protests is out. The call data records have been accessed between the accused in the gangrape case and the victim's brother. These records reveal a close link between the two of them. Times Now's Pranesh says these call data records reveal what was being suspected.

  2. Uttar Pradesh government has arrested four people with alleged links to PFI. This move comes in after Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath claimed that there was an attempt to incite casteist violence by using the Hathras gang-rape case. The four men have been arrested from Mathura while en route Hathras. U.P Police have also claimed that these men came with the intention of creating disharmony in the village.

  3. As the Uttar Pradesh government continues to crack down the conspiracy in the Hathras case, the congress has given a clean chit to Popular Front of India. Congress spokesperson Supriya Shrinate has dismissed all the charges and calls them as misleading narratives. She further adds that all of it is done to defocus from the Hathras case.

  4. TMC netas have been denying on record but the kin of accused has admitted the same to Times Now. Murderer Khurram’s kin has spoken to Times Now and has admitted that Khurram was a part of TMC. Manish Shukla’s father also spoke to Times Now and stated that his son was not willing to go back to TMC party.

  5. Just ahead of the Bihar polls, major trouble is on the horizon for Lalu Prasad Yadav’s family. After the murder of Shakti Malik, a Dalit leader, an FIR has been registered against the top RJD leaders. Tejashwi Yadav and Tej Pratap, Lalu Prasad Yadav’s sons, along with four other RJD leaders have been booked under the FIR. They were accused following the account given by Shakti Malik’s wife on Sunday.

  6. A massive political face-off is underway in Kerala, happening yet again over the Hindu Astha. The BJP has accused the left government of not comprehending the Hindu Astha and have, in fact, questioned the Pinarayi Vijayan government. This comes after the Director of Medical Education banned the celebration of Rakshabandhan events in medical colleges across the state. The notice was sent out on 11th, September and stated that no such event will be held without prior notice.