23 February: From the Gujarat Municipal Corporation election results to the Corona update, these are the 5 big news stories of today

23 February: From the Gujarat Municipal Corporation election results to the Corona update, these are the 5 big news stories of today

There are many such incidents in the country and the world every day, which become headlines throughout the day. From TV to Internet… There are many such important news in the crowd of news going on all day, which misses us and we often do not know about important developments . Here in Today Top 5 , we are telling together  five such important news of the day, which is important for you to know. You can also read the whole news by clicking on the link given below the news.

Gujarat Election Result: BJP gives majority in all metropolitan municipalities, PM Modi thanks

In the counting of total 575 seats of 6 Municipal Corporations (Gujarat Municipal Election) in Gujarat, BJP is reported to get majority on all. The total number of candidates in 6 municipal corporations is 2,276. Apart from this, 9 candidates are also in the fray for the by-elections in two seats in Junagadh Municipal Corporation. The main contest in the elections was between the BJP and the Congress. Union Home Minister Amit Shah said, the results show that Gujarat establishes itself as a stronghold of the Bharatiya Janata Party. BJP has won 85 percent of the seats. At the same time, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also thanked the voters.

Petrol-diesel can be cheaper across the country soon, RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das suggested

Reserve Bank Governor Shaktikanta Das has suggested a cut in in-direct tax to cut the price of petrol and diesel. At present, 60 percent of the retail price of petrol is taxed, while diesel has 54 percent tax. The major part of the price of petrol is the excise duty levied by the Center and the VAT levied by the state. There has been a continuous increase in the price for some time, due to which petrol is being sold in many cities of the country at Rs 100 and diesel beyond Rs 90.

Bell to Disha Ravi, court said - editing of toolkit, making Whatsapp group is not a crime

Delhi's Patiala House Court on Tuesday granted bail to 21-year-old climate activist Disha Ravi, who was arrested on social media for allegedly sharing a 'toolkit' related to farmers' protests. Additional Sessions Judge Dharmendra Rana granted this relief to Ravi on a personal bond of one lakh rupees and two sureties of the same amount. The court said that editing the toolkit and creating a WhatsApp group is not a crime.

New 'strains' of Corona found in Maharashtra, Kerala and Telangana, 75% cases in these 2 states

A press conference was organized by the Union Ministry of Health and the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) on Tuesday about the state of Kovid-19 global epidemic in the country. During this time, Secretary of the Ministry of Health Rajesh Bhushan said that there are still 75 percent active cases of corona in Kerala and Maharashtra. Kerala has 38 percent of the country's total active cases, while Maharashtra has 37 percent of the total active cases. At the same time, there are 4 percent active cases in Karnataka and 2.78 percent in Tamil Nadu.

Thousands of teachers took to the road, 2 KM long jam against the decision of Karnataka Government

In Karnataka, the state government issued a decree of 30 percent reduction in the salary of teachers due to Corona, in protest of which thousands of teachers, staff and heads of private schools staged a huge rally in Tech city on Tuesday against the order. A management member of a private school in Karnataka said, "We have organized a rally in the city to reconsider our order to reduce the state government's tuition fees by 30 per cent as we run schools and teachers and others Unable to pay salaries to employees.

Kerala became its own country of fundamentalists, Nirmala Sitharaman targeted the CPI-M government

Kerala became its own country of fundamentalists, Nirmala Sitharaman targeted the CPI-M government

Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Sunday targeted the CPI (M) -led government of Kerala. He alleged that during its five-year reign, the state has become "its own country of fundamentalists", which is known as "God's own country". The minister also targeted Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan for his budget and questioned the role of Kerala Infrastructure Investment Fund Board in budget making.

He criticized the alleged killing of an RSS worker in Alappuzha by SDPI activists last week. He alleged that violence is increasing in the Left ruled state. The Union Minister said, "I cry when I have to say that RSS pracharak Nandu Krishna was killed. Is this God's own country here? "

'Abuse of fundamentalists will not be questioned'

Sitharaman said these things while inaugurating a meeting organized by Kerala BJP President K Surendran on "Vijay Yatra". He alleged that the mistreatment of fundamentalists in Kerala will not be questioned as the CPI-M has an alliance with the SDPI through the back door.

'Why is Rahul avoiding going to those places'

At the same time, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan targeted Rahul Gandhi on Saturday. He questioned the Congress' silence in states like Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh and Puducherry and the Union Territory when they came to power. Vijayan also wanted to know why Rahul is not going to those states where the Congress is directly facing the BJP.

Vijayan questioned, "Rahul Gandhi is a prominent leader of the Congress Party. Is he going to the state where the Congress is directly competing with the BJP? What role did he play in Goa, Manipur, Bihar, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh and more recently in Puducherry? Why is he silent about these states? Why is Congress national leader Rahul Gandhi refraining from going to places where his party is in direct competition with the BJP? ''

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