FREE PRESS FP The publishers permit sharing of the e-paper's pdf on WhatsApp and other social media platforms - VOL. 12 NO. 90 | BHOPAL | MONDAY | SEPTEMBER 12, 2022 | PAGES 12 WWW.FREEPRESSJOURNAL.IN Regd. No. Indore MP/ICD 216/2021-2023; EDIT Salman recced in Mumbai by Moosewala murder accused ADVANCE PLANNING FOR THE 2024 ELECTIONS TO TARGET KHAN, 'A PLAN WAS MADE IN COLLABORATION WITH SAMPAT NEHRA, WHICH WE GOT TO KNOW ON MAY 30', SAID POLICE SCO summit: PM to visit Uzbekistan on Sept 15-16 NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Uzbekistan on September 15-16 to attend the Shanghai Cooperation Organization Summit where leaders are expected to review the grouping's activities over the past two decades and discuss the prospects of multilateral cooperation. The summit will be attended by leaders of SCO member states, observer states, Secretary General of the SCO, Executive Director of the SCO Regional Anti-Terrorist Structure (RATS), President of Turkmenistan and other invited guests, a MEA said. US marks 21st anniv of 9/11 attacks NEW YORK: Americans remembered 9/11 on Sunday with readings of victims' names, volunteer work and other tributes 21 years after the deadliest terror attack on US soil. A tolling bell and a moment of silence began the commemoration at ground zero in New York, where the World Trade Center's twin towers were destroyed by the hijacked-plane attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. Victims' relatives and dignitaries also convened at the two other attack sites, the Pentagon and a field in Pennsylvania. Bombs hurled at BJP rally in Bengal COOCHBEHAR: Bombs and stones hurled by the alleged TMC goons in a BJP rally in Cooch Behar’s Sitalkuchi area on Sunday. According to BJP they had organized a ‘peaceful’ rally to inform people about their party ‘Nabanna Abhiyaan’ on September 13 and also that during their rally TMC supporters suddenly started hurling bombs and stones to disrupt their rally.BJP MLA Malata Rava Roy said that being part of the opposition is ‘crime’ in the state.“We were holding a peaceful rally but it was disrupted by the TMC. It seems that being in the opposition is a crime in Bengal,” said Malati. Fire breaks out in IDA building INDORE : A fire broke out on the fourth floor of the Indore Development Authority's (IDA) building situated on Racecourse Road on Sunday night, police said. No casualties are reported, an official said, adding that details are awaited. MG road police station in charge Kamlesh Sharma told PTI the blaze erupted at the New India Assurance Company's office on the fourth floor of the IDA building around 7.30 PM. Two fire tenders rushed to the spot and firefighting operations are going on, Sharma said. 23 accused have been arrested in the murder case, says Punjab DGP CHANDIGARH Accused in Sidhu Moose Wala death case had conducted a recce in Mumbai to target Bollywood actor Salman Khan on the instructions of Lawrence Bishnoi, said Gaurav Yadav, Punjab Director General of Police (DGP) on . Sunday Earlier in June, a threat letter was sent to him and his father Salim Khan The letter in Hindi said that both Salim Khan and his son would soon meet the same fate as slain singer Siddhu Moosewala (Tera Goldy Brar will be soon brought to justice: Top cop CHANDIGARH: The killing of famed Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala was executed by six sharpshooters and four of them have been arrested and two shot dead in a police encounter, Punjab Director General Gaurav Yadav said on Sunday, adding that fugitive Goldy Brar, who is hiding in Canada, will soon be brought to justice. Moosawala bana denge), said the police sources on . condition of anonymity "Kapil Pandit, one of the arrested accused, said during interrogation that he along with Sachin Bishnoi and Santosh Yadav had conducted a recce in Mumbai to target Salman Khan on the instructions of Lawrence Bishnoi. We will also interrogate them," he added. DGP Yadav said that to target Salman Khan, a plan was made in collaboration with Sampat Nehra, which we got to know on May 30. He further said that Red Corner Notice has been issued against gangster Goldy Brar through Interpol with the help of central agencies. The DGP also said that a total of 23 accused have been arrested in the Sidhu Moose Wala death case. CONTD. ON P6 An argument ensued with the people participating in the procession and the woman threw water on them from the roof of her house, he said. After the incident, the angry mob ransacked some shops and set two trucks on fire in the area, the official said. The police force from a neighbouring town was called in and the situation was brought under control, he said. SDM Pramod Gurjar said prohibitory orders under sec 144 (unlawful assembly) of the CrPC have been imposed in the town till further orders. Collector Arvind Dubey said there was no tension in the town now and peace has been restored. Technical glitch or bad weather? Imran escapes plane crash NEW DELHI: Former Prime Minister and Pakistan Tehreeke-Insaaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan’s plane made an emergency landing after experiencing a technical fault on Saturday, as per media reports. However, PTI leader Azhar Mashwani on Saturday clarified that Imran Khan returned to Islamabad soon after takeoff due to "bad weather conditions", Pakistan-based newspaper Express Tribune reported.The clarification came in response to some media reports claiming that Imran Khan escaped a plane crash after it developed some technical faults mid-air as he was heading towards Punjab’s Gujranwala city to address a public gathering. “Reports of any technical fault in the aircraft are incorrect,” the PTI leader wrote on his official Twitter handle. He added that later Imran Khan left for Gujranwala by road. Shankaracharya Swami Swaroopanand Saraswati passes away BHOPAL: Dwarka peeth Swaroopanand Swami Saraswati died Sunday in Madhya Pradesh's Narsinghpur, his aide said. He was 99. Swaroopanand, Swami the was who Shankracharya of Dwarka, Sharda, and Jyotish Peeth, was not keeping well for over a year, the aide said. He died at his ashram in the Narsinghpur district around 3:30 PM, Swami Sadanand Maharaj, secondin-command (known as Dandi Swami) of the Dwarka Peeth, told PTI.PM Modi expressed deep sadness at his death and offered condolences to the seer's followers. The Shankaracharya was born as Pothiram Upadhyay in Dighori village in the Seoni district in 1924. He had left his home in the pursuit of God at the age of nine. He was incarcerated during the freedom struggle. the became He Shankracharya in 1981, his followers said, adding his 99th birthday was celebrated . recently Dhruv is Bhopal topper in JEE Advanced Solved question papers of last 40 years, took 50 mock tests OUR STAFF REPORTER firstname.lastname@example.org Unstoppable, a song by Australian singersongwriter Sia, and Brother's Anthem by Vishal Dadlani, helped 18-year-old Dhruv Agrawal to beat stress as he prepared for JEE (Advanced). And Dhruv did prove unstoppable. After topping the city in the two earlier rounds of JEE (Main), he has scored highest marks in Joint Entrance Examination (Advanced) in Bhopal with an AIR of 384. The results of the examination, which is conducted for admission to 23 IIT and leading . universities, was announced on Sunday Dhruv told Free Press that he solved the question papers of IIT entrance examinations of last 40 years and took 50 mock tests. CONTD. ON P6 Hindu temple helping flood-hit in Pakistan AGENCIES Karachi As millions across Pakistan marooned and displaced by the catastrophic floods desperately await assistance, a Hindu temple in a tiny village of Balochistan has shone a light in the darkness by providing food and shelter to about 200 to 300 flood-hit people, mostly Muslims. Perched on high ground, the Baba Madhodas Mandir in Jalal Khan village in the Kachhi district has remained relatively safe from the floodwaters and serves as a sanctuary to the flood-affected people in their bleakest hours. The village was cut off from the rest of the province due to inundation in the Nari, Bolan, and Lehri rivers, leaving the residents of the remote area to fend for themselves. The local Hindu community opened the doors 33.20c. 24.00c of the Baba Madhodas Mandir to the flood-hit people and their livestock, the Dawn newspaper reported. According to locals, Baba Madhodas was a pre-partition Hindu saint equally cherished by Muslims and Hindus of the area. "He used to travel on a camel," says Iltaf Buzdar, a frequent visitor to the village from Bhag Nari tehsil. Buzdar says as per the stories narrated by his parents, Sunrise : 06.12 Sunset : 06.35 WE FORCEFULLY PLAYED IN WET CONDITIONS, SAYS HARMANPREET Pg-11 GYANVAPI CASE Security tightened in Varanasi ahead of dist court order VARANASI: Prohibitory orders were clamped and in tightened security Varanasi ahead of the district court order on Monday on the maintainability of the plea in the Gyanvapi Gauri mosque-Shringar case. AK Judge District Vishvesh had last month reserved the order till September 12 in the communally sensitive matter. Police Commissioner A Satish Ganesh said that prohibitory orders have been issued in the Varanasi commissionerate and officers have been asked to interact with religious leaders in their respective areas to ensure that peace is maintained. To maintain law and order, he said, the entire city has been divided into sectors which have been allocated police force as per their requirement. Directives for flag march and foot march in sensitive areas have also been issued, he said. CONTD. ON P6 PM's visit to Karhal: CM reviews preparations OUR STAFF REPORTER Bhopal Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan went to Sheopur and took stock of the preparations being made in connection with proposed visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Karhal on Sunday. He also assessed preparations of orientation-cum-conference of Self-Help Groups. During his visit to Kuno Palpur Sanctuary to inaugurate the Cheetah project on September 17, Prime Minister Modi will also interact with SHGs in Karhal. After having discussions with officers concerned, Chouhan seemed satisfied with the arrangements. He also sought information from senior officials of the Forest Department about the entire process of the relocation of cheetahs from Namibia to Kuno National Park. He also had a discussion with the officers in- UNION MINISTERS TOO VISIT SPOT Chouhan along with Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, Union Minister for Forest and Environment Bhupendra Yadav inspected the site of Kuno Palpur Sanctuary wherein Modi will release African Cheetahs. He also inspected two enclosures made for arriving Cheetahs. volved in the project. He also discussed with officers in connection with the stage prepared in view of PM's Karhal visit. He also discussed with officers and sitting regarding drinking water arrangements, emergency services such as medical service and security related arrangements. He directed the officers to complete all preparations within the stipulated time limit. He also saw tent and other arrangements and gave necessary directions. CONTD. ON P6 Will not mislead people on restoration of Article 370: Azad Violence in MP town over music during immersion procession RAISEN: Violence erupted in Udaipura town of Madhya Pradesh's Raisen district over music being played during a Ganesh immersion procession, an offi. cial said on Sunday The authorities have imposed prohibitory orders under section 144 in the town following the incident that took place on Saturday evening, he said.Udaipura town is located some 100 km from district headquarters. "Some youths were dancing to DJ music in a Ganpati visarjan procession, when a woman belonging to another community raised objection and asked them to turn the music off," Sub Divisional Officer of Police (SDOP) Rajiv Jangle said. WEATHER EDITIONS: INDORE, BHOPAL, UJJAIN, MUMBAI, PUNE FOR 24X7 UPDATES News Brief `3 QUALITY AT VALUE RNI No. mpeng/2010/35815 the saint transcended religious boundaries. "He would think of people through the prism of humanity instead of their caste and creed," he said his parents told him.The worship place - frequented by Hindu worshippers from across Balochistan - is made of concrete and covers a large area. Since it is located on high ground, it remained relatively safe from the floodwaters. CONTD. ON P6 BARAMULLA: As he prepares to launch his political party, former Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad on Sunday slammed those promising the restoration of Article 370 even though it was not in their hands and said he would not mislead the people over the issue. In his maiden rally in Kashmir Valley after quitting the Congress last month, he said only a government with a two-thirds majority in Parliament can ensure the restoration of the special status of J&K. "Azad knows what can and cannot be done. I or the Congress party or the regional parties cannot give you back Article 370, neither can Mamata Banerjee, nor DMK nor Sharad Pawar," the former CM said. He said he would not raise issues over which he has no control. "Some people have been saying that I don't talk about Art 370. I want to tell them that Azad does not befool people for electoral gains," he said in Baramulla in north Kashmir. CONTD. ON P6 'New party in 10 days' BARAMULLA: Ghulam Nabi Azad, who recently parted ways with the Congress, on Sunday said he will announce the formation of his new political party within 10 days and asserted that its ideology will be "independent". The former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister said the agenda of the new political outfit would be to struggle for the restoration of J and K's statehood and to fight for the job and land rights of people.