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The Congress hit out at UP Chief Minister Mayawati for the recent sacking of her ministers terming it an election “drama”

Written by Express News Service | Published: January 1, 2012 1:49:09 am

Cong: Sacking of ministers a poll gimmick by Maya

NEW DELHI: The Congress on Saturday hit out at UP Chief Minister Mayawati for the recent sacking of her ministers terming it an election “drama” and predicting that her reign will crumble like the council of ministers there. “Such an attempt to fool the people won’t succeed. If the ministers were corrupt why did she appoint them in first place and then retained them till the last?” said AICC spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi.

Krishna tour: MEA to share details

NEW DELHI: A day after the Central Information Commission directed the Ministry of External Affairs to make public the details of the ‘private visit’ undertaken by its minister S M Krishna to the UK in June this year,the MEA on Saturday said that it will share the information with the RTI applicant. “The ministry would share with the applicant the notings pertaining to the preparations for the visit…,” the MEA said.

Naidu dares TRS: Will visit Telangana

HYDERABAD: In the backdrop of statements by Telangana Rashtra Samithi leaders vowing to not let him tour Telangana region,TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu on Saturday dared his detractors to stop him from visiting the area. “No one has guts to stop the TDP in Telangana and I will definitely visit Warangal on January 6 to understand the problems of farmers,” he said.

No end to deadlock over doctors’ stir

JAIPUR: The indefinite strike by government doctors in Rajasthan continued for the 11th day with no end to the deadlock in sight,even as the state government claimed that 480 more medicos resumed duty in different parts of the state. “A total of 4,513 doctors attended patients today,” said Health Minister Duru Miyan.

Mentally unstable man kills woman

Bulandshahr: An elderly woman was allegedly hacked to death by a mentally unstable man here on Friday. Lakmi Singh,50,hacked to death Chameli Devi,65,in Danpur area on Friday,SSP R K S Rathore said.

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