“The concept of waste segregation, organic farming and home-manufactured manure had started coming up in every conversation I had and I realised how important it was to take care of your own waste and thus, I became keen on doing it,” she says.
“The driver was caught at the spot and taken for a medical test which confirmed that he was highly drunk at the time of the incident”, informed Investigating Officer, Brijesh Singh. The man remained in police custody the whole night.
The newborn girl was found in the park near the hospital’s mortuary around 9 am by one of the cleaning staff who alerted the senior hospital staff immediately. On examination, the child was found to be dead.
The temperature saw a dip of an average of almost 4.5 degrees Celsius in both their minimum and maximum categories. The city witnessed a light thunderstorm accompanied by winds and lightning at isolated places.
The ED filed a reply to the bail pleas opposing the bail applications and also heard the counsels representing Hooda and Vora. Following the submissions, the court granted the pre-arrest bail to the accused.
When asked about how BJP lose these seats, MP Rattan Lal Kataria said, “We had probably become over-confident. Me and other senior leaders will sit and assess the situation and the reasons behind them.”
Rattan Lal Kataria, in a recent press conference, had also stated that the BJP would win at least 85 of the total 90 seats in Haryana. “Though the party has set a target of 75 seats in Haryana, my assessment says we will bag 85 this time, if not more,” he had said.
Candidates who could not get 1,000 votes include JJP candidate Ajay Gautam with 676 votes, Swaraj India’s Madhu Anand who bagged 467, AAP’s Yogeshwar Sharma who got 953 votes. The votes garnered by candidates of other local parties and independents totalled to 1844.
Sitting MLA, Gian Chand Gupta, is highly positive that the result will be in his favour. “As per our workers and the poll trend they noticed in all booths of the constituency, we are confident about winning,” he said.
There appeared to be a clear divide between urban and rural. While the winds seem to be flowing towards continuity in urban areas, the rurals are rooting for change. Development appeared to be the main factor on the minds of both groups.
Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath, Himachal Pradesh CM Jai Ram Thakur, Haryana Congress chief Kumari Selja and Swaraj India president Yogendra Yadav reached Panchkula to campaign for their parties’ candidates.
“They could have told us this earlier. If there is a problem with her helicopter, they would already know. They only kept us here in pretence of her coming else their rally would have looked like a flop show,” said a supporter.