LATE CITY, 20 PAGES, AHMEDABAD, `4.00 ● WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2018 ● WWW.INDIANEXPRESS.COM TheIndian EXPRESS DAILY FROM: AHMEDABAD, CHANDIGARH, DELHI, JAIPUR, KOLKATA, LUCKNOW, MUMBAI, NAGPUR, PUNE, VADODARA JOURNALISM OF COURAGE BANGLADESHI MIGRANTS Won’t let any illegal stay, will expel one by one: Amit Shah 10 ‘In poll time, Opposition raises issues like Akhlaq...when Akhlaq happened, we won; we will win again’ THE EDITORIAL PAGE What Congress needs to do PROTEST VIGIL DEEP MUKHERJEE JAIPUR, SEPTEMBER 11 Protesters demand the arrest of Jalandhar Bishop Franco Mulakkal, who has been accused of raping a nun, in Kochi on Tuesday. Vignesh Krishnamoorthy REPORT, PAGE 12 BY PRATAP BHANU MEHTA BUSINESS AS USUAL BY UNNY EXPRESS NETWORK ● 50 KILLED IN TELANGANA BUS ACCIDENT PAGE 9 BJP PRESIDENT Amit Shah said Tuesday that the Government will identify all illegal immigrants from Bangladesh in India and expel them, one by one — “chun chun kar nikalenge”. Addressing party workers in Jaipur, Shah also said that the BJP would win every election, even if there were attempts by the Opposition to revive issues such as the killing of Mohammed Akhlaq over suspicion of consuming beef or the return of awards by authors citing a climate of intolerance. “When Akhlaq happened, we won. We won when award wapsi happened. If they do something else now, too, we will win,” Shah said. Launching a scathing attack on the Congress over the NRC, Shah said: “Arrey, aapko jitna virodh karna hai woh karo, Bharatiya Janata Party ka sankalp CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 Amit Shah in Jaipur on Tuesday. Rohit Jain Paras Urban Maoists were caught...Starting with Rahul Gandhi, everyone started to speak in their favour. Now they are silent because some information has come to light... Should those who buy mortars be given freedom? GANDHINAGAR, SEPTEMBER 11 AN AHMEDABAD Metropolitan court on Tuesday issued summons to six policemen in connection with the Chharanagar violence in July. The court stated that there is prima facie case against the six policemen in connection with the alleged atrocities committed RSS invites 60 nations to lecture series, Pak left out LALMANI VERMA NEW DELHI, SEPTEMBER 11 BARRING PAKISTAN, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) will soon start sending invitations to diplomatic missions of around 60 countries for a three-day lecture series in Delhi next week, which will be addressed by chief Mohan Bhagwat, who will also take questions from the audience. The RSS is also inviting all national political parties and regional parties with a strong base in the states which aggressively target the RSS on different issues. Apart from diplomatic missions and political parties, the RSS is also expected to invite representatives of industry, media and other sectors. “Invitations will be sent to embassies of most Asian countries excluding Pakistan. Pakistan will not be invited because that country supports terror, kills Indian soldiers at borders and its relations with India are strained,” said an RSS functionary, who added that the Embassy of China will be invited because China has “cultural similarities with India”. CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 14 WORLD KIM ASKS TRUMP FOR ANOTHER MEETING against Chhara community members. The court asked the policemen to appear before it on October 11. “An officer does not get authority to commit an offence under the guise of an official duty,” the court observed in its order before issuing summons to the policemen. The six policemen are Joint Commissioner of Police Ashok Kumar Yadav, the then Deputy PM announces Diwali gift: Pay hike for 24 lakh frontline health workers PRITAM PAL SINGH PRIME MINISTER Narendra Modi on Tuesday announced a hike in the monthly honorarium of accredited social health activists (Ashas) and Anganwadi workers. There are over 24 lakh of them, mainly women, who attend to health and nutrition needs of mostly women and children. The announcement of doubling of remuneration — made during the PM’s interaction with Anganwadi, ANMs (auxiliary nurse midwives) and Asha workers over video-conferencing on Tuesday — will take the mini- NEW DELHI, SEPTEMBER 11 Commissioner of Police Shweta Shrimali, Sardarnagar police inspector R N Virani, police sub-inspector D K Mori, police sub-inspector D G Patel and woman police sub-inspector J G Dhillon. They have been summoned for offences like voluntarily causing hurt with dangerous weapon, using obscene language, mischief causing damage to the amount of fifty rupees, criminal THERE IS overwhelming circumstantial evidence to show that Delhi Police personnel were “silent spectators”, “abettors” or “perpetrators” in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots, the CBI has told the Delhi High Court. “Circumstances really speak louder than words. It has rightly been said that while men may lie, circumstances do not. In the present case, overwhelming circumstantial evidence has come on record to establish that Delhi Police personnel in uniform were either silent spectators to the crime or abettors or even the perpetrators,” the CBI stated in a written submission before a bench of Justice S Muralidhar and Justice Vinod Goel. “The immoral and illegal role of police did not even come to an end when the riots subsided. Even after the registration of a few cases, the investigating agency resorted to sabotage and CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 Gujarat court summons six cops in Chharanagar violence case EXPRESS NEWS SERVICE Delhi Police spectators, perpetrators: CBI in HC on 1984 riots EXPRESS NEWS SERVICE NEW DELHI, SEPTEMBER 11 Modi interacts with workers via video-conference. PTI mum money an ASHA worker makes every month from Rs 1,000 to Rs 2,000. Anganwadis who now draw an honorarium of Rs 3,000 will CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 Sent list of high-profile fraud cases to PMO, not aware of progress: Rajan ‘Behind NPA: Suspect coal allocation... slow decision-making in UPA & NDA’ ENS ECONOMIC BUREAU NEW DELHI, SEPTEMBER 11 FORMER RESERVE Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan said he had submitted a list of highprofile fraud cases to the Prime Minister’s Office urging coordinated action to bring at least one or two to book. “I am not aware of progress on this front. This is a matter that should be addressed with urgency,” said Rajan in a note submitted to Parliament Estimates Committee chaired by Member of Parliament Murli Manohar Joshi. He said the banking system has been singularly ineffective in bringing even a single “high profile fraudster to book”. Rajan said the size of frauds 13 EXPLAINED Understanding bad loans in public sector banks was small, relative to the overall volume of NPAs. As far as corruption was concerned, he said instead of CONTINUED ON PAGE 2
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