Union minister Arun Jaitley compared former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi to Hitler.
According to a news published in the Times of India, Arun Jaitley wrote this in a blog on the 43rd anniversary of the Emergency. They also wrote that both Hitler and Indira Gandhi never cared about the constitution.
Prime Minister appealed to people of Arun Jaitley to read this blog. He tweeted, “Arun Jaitley has written about the black days of the emergency, the violation of personal freedom, he said that how that period of emergency had directly attacked the values of our Constitution.”
Growing troubles of Chanda Kochar
SEBI has said that it is in favor of legal action against ICICI Bank and its CEO Chanda Kochhar.
According to the Indian Express, on the basis of its preliminary investigation in this case, SEBI says that Kochar has hidden information about the ‘conflict of interests’ in business relations between his husband and Videocon group, thereby breaking the rules of disclosure.
Due to violation of rules, ICICI Bank can get up to Rs 25 crore and the CEO Chanda Kochhar can get a penalty of up to Rs one crore.
Preventing Harvesting of Trees
The High Court has stayed the plan to cut thousands of trees for redevelopment of six posh colonies in Delhi.
It has been reported in the Navbharat Times that the court has imposed the ban on July 4.
The Delhi High Court has taken a firm stand on this matter. The newspaper writes, the court questioned whether in the current situation would the Delhi be able to bear the loss of so many trees?
Local people were also protesting for the harvesting of these trees for several days.
Threat on Amarnath journey
There is a possibility of a terrorist attack on Amarnath Yatra. According to a news published in the Jansatta newspaper, the intelligence agency issued these alerts.
In view of this alert, Defense Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, Army Chief Bipin Rawat and Jammu and Kashmir Governor NN Vohra visited the Baltal Base camp and examined the security arrangements.
Amarnath journey is going to start on 28th June.