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Mother throws kids to death, attempts suicide

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After a heated argument with her husband, a woman pushed her two children and then jumped off the third floor of her house here, a police official said on Tuesday, adding that both minors died on the spot.

The incident occurred late on Monday in Lalita Park of Laxmi Nagar. Neighbours heard a loud thump and informed the police.

Aliya, 34, mother of seven-year-old Mehak, and three-year-old Aafraan pushed the two children from her balcony. Aafraan landed on the ground, while his sister and mother fell on the first floor balcony, a senior police officer from Laxmi Nagar police station said.
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“Aliya has been admitted to the LBS hospital, and is critical,” he added.

“Probe suggests Aliya took the extreme step after her husband, Munawar Ali, left the house following their argument,” he added.

“A Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM) inquiry has been ordered into the incident and we are questioning Munawar Ali,” he added.

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End of Shah era? J.P. Nadda is the new BJP Boss

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New Delhi: The BJP has got a brand new President in the form of J.P. Nadda. As reported earlier, by 2.30 PM, the announcement came, bringing an end to Amit Shah era. Party Working President Jagat Prakash Nadda won unopposed, sparking celebrations outside the BJP headquarters here on Monday. The choice of the announcement date on ‘ekadashi’, was done keeping the auspiciousness in mind.

Amit Shah himself was among the people who proposed Nadda’s name along with Nitin Gadkari and Rajnath Singh.

Soon after his annointment, BJP election returning officer Radha Mohan Singh told the media, “I announce J.P. Nadda as the new BJP President.”

Soon after it, Shah was seen hugging Nadda – embodiment of the proximity the two share.

By 4 p.m., the prime minister Narendra Modi himself is expected in the BJP headquarters to congratulate Nadda.

The nomination process for the post of the BJP President began at 10 a.m. and went on till 12.30 p.m. For the next hour, the filed nomination paper, which was just one, was examined and another one hour till 2.30 p.m. was provided to withdraw nominations, if any candidate wishes to. By 2.30 p.m. Nadda was declared the man who stepped into the shoes of Amit Shah.

Though, many believe, Shah will have the last say on all macro decisions like pre poll alliances or top organisational appointments, but will be free from daily monitoring of the organisation. Shah himself wanted this, due to which Nadda was brought in as the working President as key legislations like abrogation of Article 370, Triple Talaq and finally Citizenship Amendment Act meant Shah, who is the home minister as well, had to prioritize his works.

IANS earlier reported that the “world’s largest party” will elect its new President on January 20, as it is an ‘ekadashi’, which is an auspicious day according to the Hindu faith. In Sanskrit, ‘ekadashi’ means 11, as in the eleventh day of two fortnights of the waxing and waning moon. The date was chosen, keeping that in mind, say sources.

The party constitution mandates completion of election of at least 50 per cent of state Presidents for the election of national President to happen. In the last few days, the BJP has completed the election of a slew of state Presidents like in West Bengal, Nagaland among others.

The process of election of the national BJP President is quite elaborate and has been described in detail in the party constitution, which says that the national president shall be elected by an electoral college, comprising members of the national council and the state councils.

“Any 20 members of the electoral college of a state can jointly propose the name of a person, who has been an active member for four terms and has 15 years of membership, for the post of national president. Such joint proposal should come from not less than five states where elections have been completed for the national council. The consent of the candidate is necessary,” it says.

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