1. Passenger Travelling Without Ticket Kills Train Guard in KutchThe guard of a Mumbai-bound train was killed allegedly after an altercation with a passenger who was allegedly travelling without a ticket, near Bhachau town of Kutch district of Gujarat late on Thursday evening, (30 May) police said.This incident comes around five months after former BJP MLA Jayanti Bhanushali was shot dead on board a moving train near Bhachau in January this year. Officers of Gujarat Railway Police said that the incident took place Thursday evening and the guard has been identified as Prakashrao Patirao Guatam.His body was recovered from railway track section near Bhachau. The 58-year-old was in-charge of the express train on its way from Bhuj to Dadar in Mumbai, he was a resident of Railway Colony in Gandhidham town of Kutch district.(Source: The Indian Express)Jayanti Bhanushali Murder: Ex-BJP Leader Chhabil Patel Surrenders2. What is in Store for Those Who Took on BJP, Asks Hardik PatelCongress leader Hardik Patel on Friday 31 May, congratulated BJP chief Amit Shah on becoming Union home minister, but also wondered what will be the fate of people like him who "fought against" the saffron party.Shah was inducted in the second Narendra Modi government at the Center Thursday after winning his maiden Lok Sabha election from Gandhinagar."I extend warm wishes to Shri Amit Shahji for becoming the home minister. But, some bhakts (a term often used for supporters of the BJP or prime minister Narendra Modi) have messaged me today `What will happen to you now Hardik'."It means that bhakts are very happy after Amit Shah became home minister. Whether youths like me who fought against the BJP will be killed? God's wish will be final," Patel, who led the Patidar quota agitation in Gujarat four years ago, tweeted.The young Patidar leader had campaigned extensively for the Congress during the Lok Sabha election.(Source: The Times of India)Hardik Patel detained for threatening protest over Surat fire3. Gujarat MP Mansukh Mandaviya Gets Shipping, Parshottam Rupala Retains AgricultureThere were just minor changes as far as portfolio allocation for two of the three Gujarat MPs in the Modi Cabinet were concerned. While Amit Shah, MP from Gandhinagar seat got the prestigious Home Ministry, Mansukh Mandaviya took charge of the Shipping Ministry.He will be minister of state (Independent charge) for shipping and has also been given additional charge of the chemical and fertilizer ministry. The 47-year-old Rajya Sabha member from Gujarat held a similar portfolio in the earlier government led by Modi.His earlier portfolio also included Minister of State (MoS) for Road Transport and Highways which has now been given to General (Retired) VK Singh.(Source: DNA)Mandaviya: Modi's man of padyatras on Gandhian values4. Surat Fire: Victim's Father Moves Gujarat High Court for CID ProbeA 42-year-old businessman Jaysukhlal Gajera, who lost his daughter in the deadly fire at Takshashila Arcade in Surat on 24 May, had moved to Gujarat High Court seeking the transfer of investigation of the case from Surat Crime Branch to CID (crime).The petitioner has also requested for a court monitored investigation so that the real culprits, including errant government officials who did not carry out their duties properly, can be brought to justice.About 22 persons, mostly children aged below 18 years, lost their life in the incident. After the incident hit national headlines, the authorities swung into action and FIR was registered for culpable homicide, attempt to commit culpable homicide, and abettor present when offence is committed, against three persons, Harshul Vekaria, Jignesh Paghdal, and Bhargav Bhutani.(Source: DNA)Surat Fire: Victim’s Kin Deny Claim They Refused Govt Compensation5. Gujarat Government Approves 21 Town Planning SchemesThe state government on Friday, 31 May, claimed that 50 town planning (TP) schemes and development plans (DP) in various cities across Gujarat have been approved in the first five months of 2019. The state in a release said that with an aim to ensure faster development of cities, the government has in the last 1.5 years approved 150 TP schemes across various cities.Of the 50 TP and development plans, 21 in the former category and 2 in the latter category were approved after the Model code of Conduct was lifted from the state following the Lok Sabha elections. The nod will see further development in 5000 hectare of area in the state.As far as Ahmedabad is concerned, the state has approved three earlier ongoing TP schemes while one draft has also been approved. These plans cover Odhav, Bopal and Ghatlodia-Sola-Chandlodia stretch.(Source: DNA) We'll get through this! Meanwhile, here's all you need to know about the Coronavirus outbreak to keep yourself safe, informed, and updated. The Quint is now available on Telegram & WhatsApp too, Click here to join.