Supreme Court to hear Wasim Rizvi's petition to remove 26 verses of Quran on April 12

Supreme Court to hear Wasim Rizvi's petition to remove 26 verses of Quran on April 12

On April 12, the Supreme Court will hear the petition of Wasim Rizvi, former chairman of the Shia Waqf Board, to remove 26 verses of the Quran. Justice Nariman will be heard in this case. Rizvi had filed a PIL on the matter in the apex court, on which he had come under target of people of his religion. Wasim Rizvi described some verses of the Quran as encouraging terror. Rizvi said that these verses were not earlier in the Quran, they were included later.

The All India Shia Personal Law Board, the premier organization of Shia Muslims, had appealed to the Supreme Court to dismiss the petition of Wasim Rizvi, former chairman of the Uttar Pradesh Shia Waqf Board, to remove 26 verses of Quran Sharif. However, the court has agreed to hear the case.

The Shia Waqf Board asked Rizvi to apologize

At the same time, the National Minorities Commission rejected former Uttar Pradesh Shia Waqf Board Chairman Wasim Rizvi's demand to remove 26 verses from Quran Sharif and asked him to apologize within 21 days. Also, on behalf of the Commission, it was said that if Rizvi does not do this, then appropriate legal action will be directed against him. The commission also sent a notice to Rizvi.

A case was registered against Rizvi in ​​Bareilly

Two organizations named Anjuman Khuddamay-e-Rasool and Ittehade Millat Council (IMC) had filed a separate FIR against Rizvi in ​​Bareilly in Uttar Pradesh separately. Both these organizations are associated with Dargah Ala Hazrat. Moradabad's Rahat Molai Koumi Ekta Sangathan against Wasim Rizvi announced a reward of Rs 11 lakh for the person who beheaded him. The Shiane Haider-e Karrar Welfare Association also announced a reward of Rs 20,000 for those who behead her.


Reduction in corona cases in Mumbai, cases reduced due to better management of oxygen supply

Reduction in corona cases in Mumbai, cases reduced due to better management of oxygen supply

In the midst of Corona's outcry, Mumbai has done such a miracle that it is being praised. The reason is that there are new cases getting reduced rapidly. Within a week, Corona's cases have decreased from 33 thousand seventy five to 10 thousand 736. It is being told that this happened due to better management of oxygen supply.

Mumbai is being praised at a time when the figures in other cities are constantly getting scary, has BMC already realized that there is going to be a great need for oxygen in the future and that is why all the big Kovid hospitals have oxygen The supply had already been arranged. Was this the reason why large capacity oxygen tanks were built in the hospitals itself and whether 6 co-ordination officers were appointed among the 24 departments for regular oxygen supply in the hospitals which have oxygen beds.

Not only this, oxygen plants were installed on PSA technology at Kasturba Hospital and HBT Trauma Center for oxygen supply to every needy. Apart from this, the work of setting up 45 metric ton PSA technical oxygen plants at 12 other places in the city is going on in these days. Mumbai is currently getting up to 235 Metric Oxygen per day from different companies. The commissioner of BMC, Iqbal Singh Chahal, who is being discussed all around, was given this responsibility when Dharavi's condition was serious, where he was successful in bringing the corona case to zero.

BMC has formed a separate team, which keeps the data of the entire journey of oxygen supply. That is, from the supply to the hospital, it monitors whether the oxygen reaches or not. If there is a disturbance in the middle, it is the job of this team to fix it and save all these data on Google Drive. Apart from this, BMC's decision to conduct a sero survey at different times also proved beneficial.


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