according to which the value of the plot was Rs 1. The Division Bench of Chief Justice J N Patel and Justice Bhaskar Bhattacharya also directed the civic body to submit a preliminary report of the audit in three weeks.been little or no effort to minimise the supply of potential poisons that are used in making and colouring idols.Prakash Acharya (23) said he used to be a member of the PCAPA and was a close associate of Maoist area commander Jayanto. (Source: AP) Related News The president of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Dave Cameron has urged the BCCI to sort the issue of West Indies’ pullout from the India tour midway?
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Kiran Dattatraya Patil?” Later that same day,picked up a gun.He had been an active militant for two months when the government forces killed him Guiding me through the paddy fields to Dar’s house Tariq Ahmad a young man from the village tells me “He was hit by two bullets The first bullet hit his head and splattered his brains We buried parts of it in our village and brought the body here” Just asDar had made his way to Wani’s funeral young men now gathered in Marhoum to pay their respects to Dar I met his friends from school and neighbours who had accompanied him to Wani’s funeral in July They narrates how they travelled to Tral and what impact Wani’s killing had on Dar One of them told me (without disclosing his name) “Dar was always pro-militant but we never thought he would ever join them He used to argue with people who were anti-militancy The day he went missing he left his SIM card at home but took his phone along Nobody knew exactly what happened or what inspired him although it was obvious that after Burhan Wani’s killing he had decided to follow this path” One of his friendsmet Dar after evening prayers the day before he left home The friend says “I met him coming out of the mosque He said ‘What are we doing here What will I do with everything I get in this life’ From the way he was talking I could sense that he had perhaps made up his mind (to join the militants)” (Video courtesy Fahad Shah) ** In South Kashmir if a young boy is missing these days it could be that he has picked up a gun While Dar was an engineering student with a bright future ahead of him some are following Wani’s path much earlier — even knowing what lies ahead Wani’s killing has had a serious impact on the psychology of the youth mostly teenagers During a speech in Mumbai in November the former chief of the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) AS Dulat said what has happened in the Kashmir Valley over the four months after Burhan Wani’s death was much worse than the beginning of militancy in 1989 “Though things are back to normal the fact remains that around 1500 youths are still behind bars for stone pelting” he said “Burhan Wani too was stone pelter once upon a time who turned into a militant We need to ponder over this and think about the youths who are now behind bars" The reason why Wani joined militancy was because he had faced — firsthand — abuse by the government forces and vowed revenge Much like what the youth impacted by his killing are doing now In remote Zarkan village of Shopian district 60 km away from Srinagar with hills and forests surrounding it 16-year-old Waseem Ahmad Khanday was told to visit his aunt in the nearby village of Tukroo For three days he helped his aunt to pick apples from the orchard Waseem Khanday; (top right) with his parents on a trip to the Mughal gardens in Srinagar; (bottom right) mourners at his funeral Photos courtesy Vikar Syed At his one-storey large concrete home his father Mohammad Ayub Khanday 50 tells me that Waseem was not interested in militancy “On 28 September he had gone to his aunt’s place and that is where he snatched a gun from a local former lawmaker’s security guard The guards had opened fire at him but he managed to escape We had never imagined it as militants have had no contact with this village We had to force him to go to his aunt’s place for work and I gave him Rs 20 when he left” Khanday said According to police records around 45 youths have joined militant outfits post-Wani’s death taking the number of total local militants to 122 Snatching guns from government forces has been the first step towards joining any militant outfit — a trend that was popularised by Wani and Majid Zargar (another popular commander of Lashkar-e-Toiba from Kulgam who was also killed in December) In the four months of the uprising around 70 weapons have been snatched from government forces in a dozen such incidents The technique has been followed by the new Hizbul Mujahideen commander Zakir Bhat as well who in one of his video messages said: “Anyone who wants to join us he should snatch a weapon. We welcome them all wholeheartedly” Bhat is also an engineer and was a close aide of Wani “After Waseem left with the gun we were arrested and detained for three weeks” says Khanday “The police officials told us to bring him back but we didn’t even search for him” His mother adds “Perhaps if we had tried he may have returned” Five weeks later the government forces exchanged gunfire with militants in forest area of Dobjan on 5 November 2016 Waseem was killed in the gunfight which lasted for a few hours “We were given his body at the Police Lines Shopian at 6 pm The whole night we were at the mosque and at around 4 am we offered his funeral prayers” says Khanday Khanday doesn’t blame anyone or anything for what his son chose for himself He says “This is the situation in the whole of Kashmir so what can we blame him for He was in no need of money or anything It doesn’t seem like anything is happening but the impact will always remain We have oppression here so he was forced to pick up a gun” As a child Waseem suffered from epilepsy and would often be taken to doctors in Srinagar Sitting in their kitchen his father kisses a photograph of Waseem and breaks into tears as he recalls the day when it was clicked: it was on one of their trips to the doctor and they had taken the boy to Mughal gardens in Srinagar later That’s where the photo was shot Waseem’s last call to his father was to remind him to feed the pigeons in the attic his pets The pigeons are still in the attic but Waseem lies buried in the village graveyard Much like Burhan Basit and Waseem many of Kashmir’s youth see militancy as the only solution to their problems in the absence of any political settlement to the larger Kashmir issue of which everything else is an outcome with the exception of West Bengal and Tamil Nadu. The HC had ordered the stay as it was not informed that the petitioner doctor had also taken part in the selection process. were influenced by the spiritual and moral stories of the Prophet taught to them at the madrassa. download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Palm Beach | Published: December 31,level of comfort and strengthen the institutional capacity of the agencies in charge of the suburban rail system in the Mumbai Metropolitan area, he added In 2006-07an estimated 64 million passengers used on the Mumbai suburban railway every daymaking it the citys lifeline as it represents more than half of all motorised travel Against the carrying capacity of 1700 a 9-car train car then had over 4500 peak-hour passengerswhich works out to an astoundingseemingly impossible16 people per square metre For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News Theatre then didn? Any guess?
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