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Donald Trump’s support for a government database to track Muslims has sparked sharp rebuke. he now wants to create a national database for Muslims. Editing by Alexander Winning) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed. farmers who get elected because they are only politicians. as Maratha strongman and chief minister, what Kapil has said is totally unsubstantiated.|?In Punjab chief whip quits after Bhagwant Mann is named state convenor Other prominent faces who echoed the sentiment include Mehrauli MLA Naresh Yadav Patel Nagar MLA Hazari Lal Chauhan and Hari Nagar MLA Jagdeep Singh who said that “Kejriwal is a man who doesn’t even take extra chutney with his samosa” However suspended MLA Devinder Sehrawat called the party’s top leadership “average personalities” He said “People are asking these questions because conduct and lifestyle has left a lot of scope for doubt I’ve known Mishra since his Yamuna Bachao Andolan days and I won’t debunk what he’s saying just like that” Rebel AAP MLA Pankaj Pushkar known for his support of Yogendra Yadav said “These allegations are not completely without base and yet not completely sound Mishra has been changing his statements and at the same time AAP is now more personality-driven and less goal-driven There should be a probe into this rather than this game of allegations and counter-allegations which will take us nowhere” Also Read | AAP crisis: Kapil Mishra presses on for a probe party suspends him Given that Mishra was suspended from the cabinet on May 6 — before he levelled these allegations — many in the party said it was a case of “revenge” MLAs taking this line include Gandhi Nagar’s Anil Kumar Bajpai Karol Bagh’s Vishesh Ravi Tri Nagar’s Jitendra Singh Tomar and Sangam Vihar’s Dinesh Mohaniya “This is bokhlahat on part of Mishra after being removed from his ministership His story is bogus” said Adarsh Nagar MLA Pawan Kumar Sharma Some even went as far as to say that Mishra’s family has ties with the BJP which could explain his allegations against Kejriwal Greater Kailash MLA Saurabh Bhardwaj said “His mother was a BJP councillor and a former BJP mayor Despite this the party believed in him and gave him a long rope He was given a lot of opportunities which others in the party could have been given But he did not respect this trust” ‘CM must respond to allegations’ With the special session of the Delhi Assembly scheduled for Tuesday senior BJP leaders said the House cannot function if Kejriwal does not respond to the allegations “AAP is running from everyone instead of responding to the allegations levelled against its top leaders They have been accusing all party leaders of corruption without evidence Kejriwal should tender his resignation and allow an independent probe” a leader said – ENS For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: July 1 2017 4:13 am Related News THE BOMBAY High Court was Friday informed by the state government that it will not take any coercive step against app-based cab services Uber and Ola over the new City Taxi Rules at least till a report by a committee appointed to look into fare fixation has been received A division bench of Justice RM Sawant and Justice Sadhana Jadhav was hearing petitions filed by Uber India Ltd Ola Ltd and others challenging the Maharashtra government’s City Taxi Rules 2017 The petitioners have claimed that the rules are arbitrary and if accepted would put them out of business They have submitted that under the new rules app-based taxi services will be able to ply within the Mumbai Metropolitan Region only on obtaining local permits which they claim will cost drivers and owners “ten times more” than the cost incurred by black-and-yellow taxis The court accepted the state government’s statement on the committee report and observed that the services of Uber were provided worldwide “This is a serious issue considering the interest of the consumers The state government will have to keep this in mind before taking any final decision” the bench said Justice Jadhav said the rules would affect taxpayers and that public interest also had to be considered The petitions have now been posted for hearing on August 3 with the state government stating it will file its reply affidavit “The Honorable Bombay High Court has directed today that no coercive action will be taken for the next four weeks against driver partners on app-based platforms We are committed to continue engaging with the government and other stakeholders on the matter and find solutions that can help keep drivers riders and the city moving” said a statement sent by Uber India For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News Rice said Obama had invited Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Chinese leader Xi Jinping to come to the country on state visits.WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama released an updated national security strategy on Friday that committed the United States to lead on pressing world issues but reflected his cautious policy toward foreign intervention However.