Additionally, President Droupadi Murmu will address the nation on the eve of Independence Day, as well as the political ramifications from the Congress and BJP’s dispute in Madhya Pradesh over corruption charges.

Maha Vikas Aghadi

As the country prepares to commemorate its 77th Independence Day on Tuesday, the government will recognize Partition Horrors Remembrance Day.
The miseries of the division must be forgotten, according to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2021.

Due to senseless hatred and violence, millions of our sisters and brothers were forced to flee their homes, and many of them died. May Partition Horrors Remembrance Day serve as a constant reminder of the need to eradicate social division and discord and to fortify the spirit of unity, social harmony, and human empowerment.
The political undertone of the BJP’s decision was not lost on anyone, despite the fact that the purpose of remembering genocide and acts of mass violence is to encourage reflection on these events among the populace and act as a barrier to similar events occurring again in the future.

Maha Vikas Aghadi and Partition Horrors Remembrance Day in politics today?

However, members of the governing class have used Remembrance Day to further their own political objectives by publicly criticizing Nehruvian politics and what the BJP terms the “appeasement politics” of the opposition parties.
Gandhi found it incomprehensible that Jinnah, a “maniac” and “an evil genius,” could get his way while none of his followers rose up to oppose him. Ram Madhav, a member of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), wrote this recent article for The Indian Express. “Jawaharlal Nehru, who once called Partition a ‘fantastic nonsense’, reconciled quickly and ominously declared in April 1947 that ‘those who stand as an obstacle in our way should go their own way’.
“Nehru was a supporter of liberty at all costs. However,

when the freedom struggle drew nearer to its objective, Nehru added partition to the costs. As Ram Manohar Lohia put it, “tired old men hungry for power” also did it.
On the eve of Independence, President Droupadi Murmu will address the country later that evening.
The FIRs filed against the social media “handlers” of Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and Madhya Pradesh Congress president Kamal Nath in relation to claims of corruption against the government sparked protests by the Congress in the state that is preparing for elections, and they are expected to make headlines again today.

K K Mishra, the head of the state Congress media cell, asserted that FIRs had been filed in 41 state districts against Gandhi Vadra, Nath, and former Union ministers Arun Yadav and Jairam Ramesh, and claimed the “crime branch has become a BJP organization.”
The impact of Sharad Pawar’s meeting with his nephew Ajit Pawar, the state’s former deputy chief minister who revolted and left him last month, will be felt for some time to come in Maharashtra. Despite Pawar’s assurances that he would not join the BJP,

the regular gatherings of the Pawars have the friends of the Nationalist Congress Party leaders in the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) on pins and needles. Sanjay Raut, a friend of Uddhav Thackeray’s and a Rajya Sabha member

, has stated he will speak with Pawar about clearing the air because any ambiguity will just give the impression that there is split within the MVA and might harm it electorally.
With the CPI(M)-affiliated Students’ Federation of India (SFI) preparing to organize a protest march close to the university, the suicide of a first-year student at Kolkata’s Jadavpur University is gradually becoming a political problem.

Today’s emergency meeting of the Jadavpur University Teachers’ Association (JUTA) will be held to talk about the death of the student who was allegedly ragged.
Mamata Banerjee, the chief minister of West Bengal, will speak at a celebration honoring “Kanyashree Dibas” at Kolkata’s Netaji Indoor Stadium. This event honors the government’s effective Kanyashree program for girls.

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