According to the tentative programme, Joshi would deliver the keynote address on “capacity building of the legislators for scrutinising budgetary proposals” on January 16, while Naqvi would speak on “enhancing focus of Legislatures on Legislative business” on January 17.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, who presided over the cabinet meeting, told reporters that an ADG-level officer will be the police commissioner of Lucknow and Noida. The commissionerate will also have an SP-level woman officer to deal with cases of crimes related to women.
In the elections held on Wednesday, the NSUI candidates won the top four posts — president, vice-president, general secretary and library secretary — of the students union, leading to celebrations by Congress workers in Varanasi as well as in Lucknow.
Sources said that Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, who is likely to start his Ganga Yatra from Bijnor on January 27, may visit Hastinapur, where he could take part in “Ganga Arti” and address a public meeting.
A discussion on Article 29 and 30 of the Constitution, which talks on the protection of interest of minorities, is also likely to take place. The saints may also stress on the need for the same law for all citizens.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said while people have the right (adhikar) to education, healthcare and secure environment, they also have duties (kartavya) and responsibilities (dayitva) towards teachers, doctors and the police force.
On December 12, 2018, the younger of the two sisters was allegedly raped by two men, one of them allegedly the man she loved. Then, on December 5, as the family fought the case in Rae Bareli, the 23-year-old was waylaid by five men, two of them allegedly her rapists, and set on fire.
Mamta had gone to a hospital to meet the family members of a 23-year-old gangrape victim who was set on fire by five men in Unnao district Thursday. Chaudhary alleged that she was not allowed to meet the victim’s family members.
In June 2018, members of a foundation that runs a cow rehabilitation centre near Jaipur had announced plans to start a safari where visitors would learn about “indigenous breeds”. It’s yet to start, though, with organisers now claiming a January launch.