Sushil called the allegation of phone tapping baseless, said - it is a conspiracy to defame democracy

Sushil called the allegation of phone tapping baseless, said - it is a conspiracy to defame democracy

Patna MP of former Bihar Deputy Chief Minister and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Sushil Kumar Modi said baseless allegations of Pegasus phone tapping and that it is a conspiracy to discredit democracy.

Sushil Modi tweeted on social networking site Twitter on Monday that the forces which campaign to raise doubts on the indigenous corona vaccine and exaggerate the death toll due to infection as well as old pictures of burning pyre in foreign newspapers The same elements have raised a fabricated case of phone tapping to defame Indian democracy. He said that the government is fully committed to safeguard the privacy of the citizens, hence no phone tapping can be done for security reasons without following strict protocols.

The BJP MP said that even in the year 2019, when such a case came up, the government had termed the allegation as factless and misleading. He said that the NDA (National Democratic Alliance) honored 47 people of Dalit, Backward and Most Backward Classes by making them Union Ministers, but on the first day of the Parliament session when the Prime Minister stood up to introduce them, instead of welcoming it, the opposition created a ruckus. This proved that he did not like to get respect for these sections of the society at such a high level. Modi said that in the history of Parliament, for the first time in this century, the shameful incident of uproar at the introduction of new ministers happened. He said that the entire country saw this indecent and anti-backward-Dalit conduct of the opposition.


Patna High Court acquits 2 people sentenced to death by trial court

Patna High Court acquits 2 people sentenced to death by trial court

Patna : The Patna High Court has acquitted two persons who were sentenced to death by a trial court for the abduction, gang rape and murder of a minor girl in Bihar's Bhojpur district in 2018.

A division bench of Justice Ashwini Kumar Singh and Justice Arvind Srivastava quashed the death sentence awarded in 2019 under the Protection of Children from Sexual Abuse Act (POCSO) to Additional Sessions Judge cum Special Judge, Bhojpur District. The bench was of the view that the prosecution "failed to prove its case". The incident took place in January 2018 in a village under Barhra police station when a 16-year-old girl went missing from her house and her body was found a few days later in the nearby fields recovered from His father lodged a complaint with the police station and made two people accused.

The High Court also expressed displeasure over the delay in registering the FIR and the "negligent" conduct of the investigation and said that the investigating officer "failed even to investigate the place where the victim was allegedly gang-raped". And he was murdered."