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Those alleging corruption in Ayodhya land deal should approach court if they have evidence: VHP

The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) on Saturday said those who have accused the Ram temple trust of corruption in the land deal in Ayodhya should go to court if they have evidence to back their claims.

AAP leader Sanjay Singh and former SP MLA from Ayodhya Pawan Pandey had recently alleged that a piece of land worth Rs 2 crore was purchased by the Shriram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust in Ayodhya at an inflated price of Rs 18.5 crore.

Dismissing the allegations as ”baseless”, VHP’s joint general secretary Surendra Jain Saturday said the Shriram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust conducted the land deal with ”utmost honesty and transparency”.

”There is no scam in it. If there is anything wrong, why don’t they go to court? They should move the court if they have any evidence,” he told reporters here, lashing out at the Aam Aadmi Party, the Samajwadi Party, the Congress and other opposition parties which have been demanding a probe into the deal. Singh and Pandey had alleged money laundering in the deal, and demanded a probe by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and the Enforcement Directorate (ED). The Shriram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust’s general secretary Champat Rai strongly dismissed the allegations, claiming the land was purchased at a price much lower than the prevailing market rate.

AAP Rajya Sabha member Singh told the media last week that he was preparing to take the matter to court.

”We are still waiting for that. Why haven’t they approached the court so far? They should do it. Truth will come out before everybody,” the VHP general secretary said.


International Yoga Day News Highlights:

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said yoga remains a “ray of hope” as the world fights the coronavirus pandemic and asserted that in these difficult times it has become a source of inner strength.

Addressing the 7th International Yoga Day programme, Modi also said that in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO), India has taken another important step and now the world is going to get the power of M-Yoga application, which will have many videos of yoga training based on Common Yoga Protocol available in different languages of the world.

This will help us in making the ‘One World, One Health’ motto successful, he said.

“At a time when the whole world is fighting the coronavirus pandemic, yoga remains a ray of hope,” Modi said.

Yoga shows us the way from stress to strength and from negativity to creativity, he asserted.


Yoga included in govt school curriculum from Classes 1 to 10 in Haryana

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Monday said that yoga has been included in school curriculum for classes 1 to 10 from the current academic session.

He was addressing an event here on the occasion of the International Yoga Day.

“…We have included yoga in school curriculum from this year for Classes 1 to 10 so that children make it a part of their daily lives,” Khattar said. “Like we need oxygen, food and water, likewise, to keep the body healthy yoga has its own importance. To inculcate the habit of practising yoga and to make it a part of students’ lives since childhood, we have decided to include it in school curriculum from this year,” he added.


Times Square celebrates International Yoga Day with over 3,000 yogis

The seventh International Yoga Day was celebrated at the iconic Times Square in New York on Sunday. The day-long yoga festival with the theme of ‘Solstice in Times Square 2021’ was attended by more than 3,000 people where yogis, with their yoga mats and flexible bodies, filled Times Square to mark the start of summer.



Ramdev moves SC against multiple FIRs over his allopathy remarks

Yoga guru Ramdev on Wednesday approached the Supreme Court seeking a stay on the proceedings in multiple cases lodged against him in various states over his alleged remarks on the efficacy of allopathy in the treatment of COVID-19.

Ramdev has sought protection from coercive actions in FIRs lodged by Indian Medical Associations’ (IMA) Patna and Raipur branches, and transfer of FIRs to Delhi.

He has also sought clubbing and consolidation of FIRs and stay of the proceedings.

Randev has been booked under sections 188 , 269, 504 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and other provisions of Disaster Management Act, 2005.


Chardham yatra to open partially for locals from July 1

Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri and Yamunotri will be opened for residents of Chamoli, Rudraprayag and Uttarkashi districts respectively from July 1 with a cap on the number of pilgrims.

Uttarakhand Cabinet on Friday decided to partially open the Chardham yatra for locals in limited numbers from July 1.

Briefing reporters about the cabinet’s decision, state government’s spokesman Subodh Uniyal said Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri and Yamunotri will be opened for residents of Chamoli, Rudraprayag and Uttarkashi districts respectively from July 1 with a cap on the number of pilgrims to visit the temples daily.

A senior official will be appointed for each of the four Himalayan temples who will coordinate with the district administration concerned about the arrangement for pilgrims, he added.



The Jammu & Kashmir government has cancelled the annual Amarnath pilgrimage due to the prevailing Covid-19 situation after a discussion with Amarnathji Shrine Board members.

However, Shri Amarnath Ji Shrine Board said it will arrange online darshan for all the devotees worldwide.

The 56-day yatra to the 3,880-metre-high cave shrine of Lord Shiva, located in the upper reaches of Himalayas, was supposed to start from the twin routes of Pahalgam and Baltal on June 28 and culminate on August 22.

The pilgrimage was cancelled in 2020 as well due to the pandemic.


Siva Shankar Baba case: Police launch complaint cell

A statement issued by the police informed victims to contact Investigation Officer DSP Gunavarman on mobile number 98405-58992 and Inspector Renukadevi on 98406-69982.

Days after the arrest of Siva Shankar Baba on charges of sexually abusing girl students and a woman teacher for abetting the crimes, police have announced a complaints cell to encourage victims to file complaints. A statement issued by the police informed victims to contact Investigation Officer DSP Gunavarman on mobile number 98405-58992 and Inspector Renukadevi on 98406-69982.

Victims can also file complaints on, The police assured to secure the identity of complainants.


Pak clothing brand apologises after sharing morphed picture of Hindu God

Wednesday 23rd June 2021 06:24 EDT

Pakistani womenswear brand, Generation, had mocked Hinduism by putting up a morphed image of a Hindu deity in their office. In its post, Hindu Samata said, “This famous Pakistani brand put up a disrespectful poster mocking a Hindu deity in their office.

 Pakistan has blasphemy laws that only apply to non-Muslims.

Generation had morphed the image of the Hindu deity and replaced the ‘astras’ with laptop and other items. The desecration of the Hindu Goddess by a brand, founded by a Pakistani husband-wife duo named Saad and Nosheen Rahman, did not go unnoticed. Hindu rights activist points out the dual standards of the Pakistani justice system.

Clothing brand tenders apology

Following the outrage on social media, Generation tendered an apology. In a statement, the brand said, “A few days ago a grave oversight occurred at the Generation HQ. An ignorant and insensitive image became public that was hurtful to our patrons, especially for those that represent the white in our flag (referring to minorities).”

It further added, “We are so so sorry! We pledge to strive to be better, to make better and more informed choices. We also pledge to conduct regular sensitivity workshops at the HQ to learn more about the people we share our country with. We hope you can forgive us, and that we can grow to be more sensitive and mindful as a community.”





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