QWrap: Radhe Maa Makes Merry With Police; Hrithik Breaks Silence
Here is a quick wrap up of all the top stories of the day!
1. Garland, Songs & SHO Seat for Radhe Maa at Delhi Police Station
Six Delhi police personnel, including Vivek Vihar SHO Sanjay Verma, were reportedly shunted out on 5 October, after a video surfaced of the policemen according a special welcome to self-styled god-woman Radhe Maa.
In a photo that surfaced, the self-proclaimed religious leader was seen occupying the SHO’s seat at the Vivek Vihar police station while an official, purported to be the SHO, can be seen standing next to her with folded hands and a chunri around his neck.
Policemen at GTB Enclave were seen dancing and singing with Radhe Maa in a video.
2. Two States: Kerala and UP CMs Spar Over Healthcare Statistics
“Kerala must learn how to run hospitals from Uttar Pradesh,” Yogi Adityanath said on Wednesday, 4 October. The UP CM made the comments during his visit to Kerala to rally support for BJP’s ‘Jan Raksha Yatra’ to protest the killings of RSS workers in the state.
The CPI(M), in a tweet, took a dig at the number of deaths reported in UP government run hospitals under the Yogi administration – 1,317 children have died in during 2017 at the state’s Baba Raghav Das Medical College in Gorakhpur so far.
Hitting out at Yogi’s statement, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan took to Twitter to post a series of facts debunking Yogi’s claims.
3. Never Ever Met Kangana Alone, Says Hrithik Breaking His Silence
I choose to be on a path of creativity, productivity and constructive work. Anything that isn’t in alignment with that, I tend to ignore, sidestep, and treat as a distraction. I believe that ignorance, non-reaction, and staying on the path of dignity is the best way to discourage any persistent unwanted intrusions. But just like a nagging health issue sometimes ignored can turn malignant, this situation for me has unfortunately turned malignant.
Read full story here.
4. Team Ready to Give 100 Percent in U-17 World Cup: Aniket Jadhav
One of India’s key players, Aniket Jadhav from Kolhapur is one to look out for in the FIFA Under-17 World Cup, starting 6 October. As a striker, Aniket is one of the pillars of the national team’s attacking front.
Ahead of their historical campaign at the World Cup, The Quint caught up with the talented youth from Maharashtra.
Catch Aniket’s full interview here.
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