Morning Recap | Nitish betrayed Mahagathbandhan in Bihar, asserts Tejashwi; confrontations explode in Maldives Parliament during significant vote

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Nitish Kumar Accused of Destroying the Mahagathbandhan in Bihar

Our source informs that Tejashwi Yadav, former Deputy Chief Minister and Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader, has accused Nitish Kumar of “annihilating the Mahagathbandhan (Grand Alliance) in Bihar” after becoming the Chief Minister for the ninth time, following an alignment with the BJP. Yadav even went ahead to predict that Kumar’s party, the Janata Dal (United), would collapse by the end of 2024.

More Violence in Imphal Resulting in Death

Our source reported a violent incident in Manipur where a 45-year-old villager was killed due to an accidental calamity which transpired following an assault by an armed group. This is one of the three such violent occurrences over 24 hours from the State’s Imphal Valley since the evening of the 27th.

Critics Attack Nitish Kumar’s Political Opportunism

In a scathing remark, the Congress party has slammed Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for his political opportunism. The Congress accused him of waving “political hues like a chameleon”. Our source reports that Kumar took oath as the Chief Minister of Bihar for the ninth time, breaking away from the Mahagathbandhan (Grand Alliance) and the Opposition bloc INDIA by forming a new alliance with the BJP.

Bangladesh Election receives support from India

India supported Bangladesh’s electoral process when the Opposition sought to undermine the polling. This was revealed by one of the elder statesmen of the Awami League government in Dhaka. He assured that Bangladesh’s relationship with India will remain stable and that new projects for connectivity are in progress.

The Maldivian Parliament Witnesses Conflict

Our source reported about the acrimonious disputes in the Parliament of Maldives where pro-government lawmakers and opposition MP’s clashed over differences regarding the affirmation of four members of China-leaning President Mohamed Muizzu’s cabinet. These significant occurrences took place on the 28th of January.

Rohingya Refugees Resort to Legal Battling Against Hate Campaign

Two Rohingya refugees have recently approached the Delhi High Court with a public interest litigation (PIL) plea that highlights “hate campaigns” on Facebook. These campaigns referred to members of the Rohingya community as “terrorists” and “infiltrators”, and inflated counts of the number of Rohingya who fled ethnic violence in Myanmar, and sought refuge in India.

International Cricket Council Removes Ban on Sri Lanka Cricket

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has reportedly lifted the suspension on the Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) with immediate effect. The SLC was suspended in November for severe violation of its obligations as an ICC member, especially the requirement to manage its affairs independently, and ensure that there is no governmental interference in the governance, regulation and/or administration of cricket in Sri Lanka.


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