Elvish Yadav, who is in the eye of a storm for his alleged role in supplying venom of endangered snakes including Cobra snake in rave parties in Noida and Gurugram, hit back at Union Minister Maneka Gandhi on November 3, whose NGO laid the trap to expose Elvish's alleged role in the illicit business. "Shocked to see such people sitting… read-more
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BJP leader Maneka Gandhi received a defamation notice of ₹100 crores, sent by ISKON. In a statement, Vice-President ISKCON Kolkata, Radharamn Das said, "Today we have sent a Rs 100 crore defamation notice to Mrs. Maneka Gandhi for levelling completely unfounded allegations against ISKCON. The worldwide community of ISKCON devotees, supporters, and well-wishers are deeply pained by these defamatory, slanderous, and malicious accusations.… read-more
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The International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) is the "biggest cheat" in the country as it sells cows from its gaushalas (cowsheds) to butchers, BJP MP Maneka Gandhi said in a scathing attack on the religious organization. The ISKCON, the most influential Krishna sect in the world, rejected the allegations as "unsubstantiated and false". ISKCON maintains gaushalas and gets benefits from the government, said… read-more
Hours after BJP MP Varun Gandhi condemned the incident in Lakhimpur Kheri, in which a Union Minister’s convoy ran over and killed four protesting farmers, his name was left out of the party’s new national executive committee. His mother, Maneka Gandhi, too, was excluded from the list of names announced by BJP President JP Nadda on October 7. It includes PM Narendra Modi, Rajnath Singh, and Amit Shah.
Courtesy: The Indian Express