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Afternoon briefing: Expelled Congress leader reacts; Section 144 at Delhi borders ahead of farmers' stir, more news

Feb 11, 2024 01:26 PM IST

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After being expelled from the Congress party for "indiscipline," Acharya Pramod Krishnam stated on Sunday that there can be no compromise on the principles of 'Ram' and 'Rashtra' (nation). The Congress party took the decision to expel Acharya Pramod Krishnam for six years on Saturday due to his repeated anti-party statements. "In view of complaints about indiscipline and repeatedly making statement against the party, Congress president has approved the Uttar Pradesh Congress Committee's proposal to expel Shri Pramod Krishnam for six years with immediate effect," a statement issued by Congress general secretary (organisation) K C Venugopal said. Dig deeper

Spiritual and political leader Acharya Pramod Krishnam (File Photo)
Spiritual and political leader Acharya Pramod Krishnam (File Photo)

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In anticipation of another protest by farmers scheduled for February 13, the Delhi Police implemented section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code on Sunday at the border to prevent any unfavorable incidents and uphold law and order. As per the directive, public gatherings at all borders between Delhi and Uttar Pradesh, as well as nearby areas within the jurisdictional boundaries of the north-east district, will be prohibited. “Prohibit entering of Tractors, Trolleys, Buses, Trucks, commercial vehicles, personal vehicles, on horses etc, carrying protestors in Delhi from Uttar Pradesh. Order that the North East District Police shall make all efforts to prevent protestors from entering Delhi,” the order stated. Dig deeper

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That’s all we have at this hour in our Afternoon briefing. Catch you in the evening.

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