PM Narendra Modi is set to kickstart a scheme in Maharashtra, benefiting over 86 lakh farmers. Additionally, he will inaugurate projects exceeding Rs 7,500 crore. Later, around 6.30pm, PM Modi will travel to Goa to officiate the opening of the 37th National Games. Modi’s Maharashtra visit will commence with a visit to the renowned Shri Saibaba temple in Shirdi, where he will inaugurate the new “darshan queue-complex.”
In the poll-bound Madhya Pradesh, PM Narendra Modi flagged off two Vande Bharat trains, on June 26. The semi-speed trains were from Bhopal to Indore and Bhopal to Jabalpur, from Bhopal's Rani Kamlapati railway station in Madhya Pradesh. In addition, PM Modi flagged off three more Vande Bharat trains, Madgaon (Goa) Mumbai Vande Bharat Express, Dharwad-Bengaluru Vande Bharat Express, and Hatia-Patna Vande Bharat Express.
After the death case of BJP leader and actor Sonali Phogat was transferred to the CBI, a team of CBI officials arrived at Goa office to initiate the probe. The matter was transferred to CBI for probe on September 15. This came after Goa CM Pramod Sawant succumbed to the pressure laid down by Phogat’s family and Haryana CM, asking for the case to be transferred to CBI.
Amid the ongoing investigation in the death case of BJP leader and actor Sonali Phogat, succumbing to the growing demands, Goa CM Pramod Sawant has announced to transfer the case to CBI. This has come after constant pressure from Phogat’s family and the Haryana government. CM Sawant further stated that he will be writing to HM Amit Shah about the same.
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The Supreme Court issued a stay order on the demolition of Curlies, a nightclub in Goa, after the alleged violations. The owner of the club claimed that SC stayed demolition, which was started by the Goa North Coastal Regulation Zone on September 9. The demolition was scheduled after on September 8, the National Green Tribunal rejected owner's plea for stay on demolition and upheld NCRZ for Curlies demolition.
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After Curlies restaurant was ordered to be destroyed over Green violations in Goa, police personnel have been deployed outside, on September 9. Notably, Curlies is the same restaurant where actor and BJP leader Sonali Phogat was allegedly drugged and killed. The National Green Tribunal (NGT) on September 8, upheld Goa Coastal Zone Management Authority’s previous order to demolish Curlies. Further details are awaited.
Police visited late BJPe leader and actor Sonali Phogat’s residence in Sant Nagar, which is situated in Haryana’s Hisar, for the third time in a row. The police recovered three diaries as part of the investigation, and seized a locker that belonged to her. Sonali Phogat was declared dead in a hospital in Goa on August 23. The investigation is going on.
Sonali Phogat Case: ‘All Drug Peddlers Involved Are From Goa’, Says Hyderabad Police Commissioner CV Anand
In the ongoing investigation of BJP leader and actor Sonali Phogat’s death case, Hyderabad police informed that all the drug peddlers involved were from Goa, although the main accused has not been arrested yet. Hyderabad Commissioner of Police CV Anand stated that of the two drug peddlers that were suspects to the case, one was arrested. He further stated that the Goa police did not cooperate with them.
BJP leader and actor Sonali Phogat’s daughter Yashodhara Phogat has demanded for a CBI investigation into the alleged murder case of her mother. She further stated that she and her family are not satisfied with the current probe conducted by the Goan police. She then stated that Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar had assured a CBI investigation into the matter. However, Yashodhara said that “no action has been taken yet”.
Goa Police Make 2 Additional Arrests In Sonali Phogat Death Investigation, Including Restaurant Owner
Goa Police on August 27 detained the owner of Curlies Beach Shack in Anjuna and a suspected drug seller Dattprashad Gaonkar in connection with the murder of actor and BJP politician Sonali Phogat, bringing the total number of arrests in the case to four. Phogat's PA and his friend were recently detained. During interrogation, the duo admitted they had purposefully had her consume a beverage laced with an "obnoxious" chemical.