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The Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) has played the biggest gamble by picking Yogi Adityanath as chief minister of the most populous state. For the fire brand Hindutva leader like Yogi, politics is a means to further the mission of serving fora cause. He comes from the league of saints who treat politics and religion as two faces of the same coin.Like seriously? A Yogi? He has been charged in the past withrioting, attempt to murder, armed with deadly weapon, endangering life or personal safety of others, unlawful assembly, trespassing on burial places and criminal intimidation.Dont we have literate and good people in UP that a criminal is been picked?

Jeans and Sleeveless tops are going to be banned in UP school from the academic year 2017-18.Clocks are set back to medieval times.

Where are we heading?


28th Sept 2015

Bisara Village,Dadri.

On 28 September 2015 evening, one of Akhlaq’s neighbors accused him of stealing and slaughtering his missing calf. Soon a crowd gathered and insisted on searching the house of Akhlaq for traces of slaughter. This was refused by family of suspect. Soon things took ugly turn when two boys used the local temple’s public announced that the family of Mohammad Akhlaq had killed the cow calf and consumed its meat on Eid-ul-Adha.Cows are sacred in Hinduism and in most Indian states killing them is unlawful, including the one where this incident took place.Later, the police said that this was the cause of the outrage of citizens.Mob carrying sticks arrived at Mohammad Akhlaq’s house at around 10:30pm. The family had finished dinner and were about to go to sleep. Akhlaq and his son Danish were already asleep. The mob woke them and accused them of consuming beef. They found some meat in the refrigerator and seized it, but the family insisted it was mutton. The mob dragged the entire family outside and Akhlaq and Danish were repeatedly kicked, hit with bricks and stabbed. The family’s neighbours tried to stop the mob but were not able to. The police were called and arrived an hour later. By then, Akhlaq was dead and Danish was badly injured.The family had been living in the village for about the 70 years. The family consisted of Akhlaq, 52; his brother Jan Mohammad Saifi, 42; mother Asgari Begum, 82; wife Ikram; son Danish, 22; and daughter Sajida.Akhlaq’s elder son, Mohammad Sartaj, 27, works as a corporal-ranked technician in the Indian Air Force and was in Chennai at the time of attack.

The report of the lab test of the pieced of meat recovered from the house of Akhlaq had ruled out that it was cow meat. The report suggested that the flesh is that of a goat. 50-year-old Akhlaq was killed by an angry mob over allegations and rumour that his family was feasting on meat of a cow calf.

They say akhlaq was anti-national.If he was the one then would never send his elder son(Mohd Sartaj) to serve Indian Airforce.

“My father has been brutally murdered. My brother is battling for life. My family feels it is unsafe to live here [Dadri], My sister Sajida called up and began crying inconsolably.It took a while for me to even comprehend what was happening. I just couldn’t believe they did that to my father and brother.

For decades, the family has been living in peace invillage.Ours is the only Muslim family in the village; all along we would go for functions of our Hindu neighbours and vice versa. But after the incident, not a single person has turned up to see us. Some who planned to visit us also didn’t come in the last minute, perhaps out of fear; that’s the situation here now,” says Sartaj Saifi, son of Mohammed Akhlaq

“My posting is in Chennai for now; but this may change anytime. Where will I take them? Where will they go?”he asks
Will anyone in India ever dare to kill a beef eating Hindu?
So The real motive behind the attack seems only a personal dispute between Vinay and Akhlaq and media all over india trending beef being major reason for murder and trending

#MurderOverMeal painting communal scene of entire incident. What happened is really wrong and sad and should not have happened.

Lord Macaulay’s address to the British Parliament in 2 February, 1835:

“I have travelled across the length and breadth of India and I have not seen one person who is a beggar, who is a thief. Such wealth I have seen in this country, such high moral values, people of such calibre, that I do not think we would ever conquer this country,unless we break the very backbone of this nation, which is her spiritual and cultural heritage, and, therefore, I propose that we replace her old and ancient education system, her culture, for if the Indians think that all that is foreign and English is good and greater than their own, they will lose their self-esteem, their native self-culture and they will become what we want them, a truly dominated nation.”

This gives an insight into how people are subjugated.
We can figure out the difference between  ‘WHAT WE WERE THEN AND WHAT WE ARE NOW’

Like Zoo,Like Jio.

Ambani invested all of his black money in his new scheme ‘Reliance Jio’.This scheme was launched right before Demonitization.

Just like,A business man started a ‘Zoo’. He fixed Rs. 50/- as entry fee nobody turned up 🙈 then he reduced it to 25/- even though nobody turned then made it 20/- no use, later 15/-, 10/- no use.🙁 

He decided to make it “Entry free” the next minute the Zoo was over crowded with lots of people.:)
He closed the gates and displayed house full board & let the Tiger free inside the Zoo;), crowd started rushing towards the gates & were shocked to see the Exit fees of Rs. 303/-. 😄😷
This Zoo name is “#JIO” 😳

1)Voice call failure

2)Decreased internet speed from 50mbps to 5-6 mbps,as the users increased

3)Too much of battery consumption
We Indians love the things that come free of cost.Enjoyy!


People often talk about Ms Dhoni, Virat Kohli,Brian Lara but here I am going to write something about the unsung hero Tymal Mills.

Tymal Mills is one of the most explosive fastbowlers in English cricket, capable of speeds comfortably in excess of 90mph.
This man,at 13, would rise at 3 am to work on market stalls in Brandon before school to help his single mother who had made a new life away from her native Yorkshire.And it is a story that could easily have had another, far less happy ending if the congenital back condition that blighted his early career had forced him out of the game, as looked distinctly possible early in 2015.

Tymal Mills ways almost forced into early retirement after a mystery back injury.Royal Challengers Bangalore paid £1.5m for his services in the 2017 IPL auction.It capped the remarkable story of a man who played his first match 10 years ago.

Later,he added, ‘So that’s an amazing amount and it means I can buy a house mortgage-free and help my mum and little sister out. It just sets everything up for the rest of my life.’