Daily Briefing: Finding religious nature not barred by 1991 law, says SC on Gyanvapi dispute; PM Modi warns those creating controversies over language

To underscore the “complexity and “sensitivity” of the issues involved in the civil action” pending before the Civil Judge (Upper Chamber), Varanasi, on the Gyanvapi dispute, the Supreme Court ordered Transfer pending actions To the District Judge, Varanasi, “for trial and for all preliminary and subsidiary proceedings”. She said the lawsuit “must be heard before a senior judicial official with experience in the highest judicial service of Uttar Pradesh”.

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Board Member of All India Muslim Personal Law, Qasim Rasul Elias, at A Interview with The Indian Express, He talks about the controversy surrounding the Gyanvapi Mosque in Varanasi and the ongoing case in court: “As soon as the Places of Worship Act came into being in 1991, there was simply no room for controversy regarding any place of worship. It was decided unanimously and passed in Parliament, even with the support of the BJP, that it After the Babri Mosque, these matters will be set aside… and it is very disappointing that the lower court allowed the survey to be carried out…”

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Connecting “the diversity of our cultures and languages ​​to national pride,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi said The prioritization of local languages ​​under the new National Education Policy “demonstrates our commitment to every regional language” because “the BJP considers Indian languages ​​to be the soul of Bharatiyata (Indian) and a link to a better future for the nation.”

The Commission of Judge v. Sirpurkar, set up by the High Court to investigate the murder in the alleged confrontation of four defendants in the Gangrip and the murder of a vet on the outskirts of Hyderabad in 2019, has filed a report saying it believes the police Deliberately shooting the accused “With the intent to cause their death” – and recommended action against ten police officers and personnel on various charges, including murder.

Oversight committee without legal basis, using the Right to Information Act as a “weapon” to obtain answer sheets and then increasing the marks of candidates to manipulate ranks, issuing recommendations and fake appointment letters with forged signatures, and physical destruction of OMR papers (answer). It is said that these lie behind Alleged recruitment scam In the West Bengal Schools Services Commission, according to a commission of inquiry headed by Judge (Retired) Ranjit Bagh Commission which submitted its report to the Calcutta High Court on May 12.

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The Director General of the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Arun Chawla, writes: On why discord between the center and the state hinders economic growth: “The ascendant position of the Indian economy on the world stage can only be enhanced by a dedicated approach to cooperation and competition. The mandate to marry the two will inevitably be the collective responsibility of the center and the states. Any ideological differences between them must inevitably be drawn up. On the reverse side so that the great Indian federal structure will succeed and prosper.”

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