BJP calls for tough stand against China, amid fresh incursion reports
Jammu and Kashmir/ Mumbai / Uttar Pradesh/ New Delhi, July 10 (ANI): The BJP has demanded a tough stand against China, amid fresh reports of incursions by the Chinese troops across unresolved Line of Actual Control (LAC) in northern Jammu and Kashmir. Media reports say that a patrolling Chinese troop crossed into the Indian territory in Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir and took away a surveillance camera after dismantling it on June 17. Hitting out at central government for the repeated incursions, defense expert, Bharat
Verma, said that the India was ‘weak’ to retaliate. Meanwhile, union minister of State for Home Affairs RPN Singh resorted to a diplomatic route to resolve such tensions between the two neighbouring nations.
Police nab one Maoist leader in Jharkhand
Gumla, July 10 (ANI): Acting on a tip off, police arrested a Maoist from Jharkhand over his involvement in several attacks in the region. The arrested individual was a PLFI commander in Gumla district. Interacting with the reporter, superintendent of police, Rakesh Bansal, confirmed the identity of the arrested Maoist. Police have also seized several mobile phones and a rifle from him. Security personals of late are coming down heavily upon the left wing extremists, denting their confidence and spreading the fear of law.
Sonia Gandhi at Mahabodhi Temple
Bodhgaya, July 10 (ANI): Congress Chief Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday visited the famous Mahabodhi temple in Bihar, which witnessed a series of blasts. Gandhi along with union home Minister, Sushilkumar Shinde visited the holy place. Ten bombs exploded at the Mahabodhi Temple complex located in Bodh Gaya on early Sunday.