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AIUDF Chief Badruddin Ajmal lost his temper and threatened the journalist.

AIUDF Chief Badruddin Ajmal lost his temper and threatened journalist.

All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF) chief of Assam Badruddin Ajmal threatens to blow a journalist. On Wednesday, in a press conference, the journalist had questioned the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, it was furious. In Panchayat elections, Ajmal was talking to journalists about winning candidates in South Salma district. The journalist has lodged a complaint against Ajmal’s indecency.

Actually the thing was that When the journalist asked Ajmal about the prospects of his party forming an alliance for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the Lok Sabha MP said he will be a part of the Opposition’s mahagathbandhan, Asked if he would support the party that comes to power in New Delhi after the polls, Ajmal lost his temper. He accused reporter for asking him how much money will I be sold to BJP?” he shouted at the journalist, grabbing a mike. Accusing the journalist of targeting him, he added: “Go away, I will smash your head. Go register a case against me.“I have my men in court so you will be finished,” Ajmal added. “You have done this earlier also.” A party leader sitting next to Ajmal then asked the journalist to apologise. “You have misunderstood me,” the journalist said, after apologising. “People gathered there and I was about to be thrashed,” the journalist said later. “I was forced to apologise and I did it to save my life. I have already filed a first information report.”

All India United Democratic Front is a major political party in Assam, which was set up by Badruddin Ajmal in the year 2005. The party is also known as Sarv Indian Joint Ganatantrik Morcha. In the Assam assembly elections of 2016, the party won 13 of the total 126 seats. Also in the Lok Sabha there are three members of the party.

A rapist first killed the father and then raped his 18-year old daughter

A 45-year man was hacked to death and then his 18-year old daughter was raped in Sivasnagar district of Assam. Soon after this incident came into the light of villagers. They informed the Police. According to additional SP of Assam, Bolin Deori, the victim was a small farmer who lived in the middle of his paddy field away from the villagers. Deori told that living far from the villagers was the drawback of this family.

Rapist took advantage of this situation and entered their house in the late night. The accused first cut the power supply of the farmer’s house and then he along with three friends entered the house. First, they killed the 45-year old man with an ax and then they raped his daughter. After raping her, the accused hit her hard on the head with a bamboo stick. Additional Superintendent of Police said that every information is based on the statement given by the rape-Victim. The Prime suspect has been identified as Dadu Hussain (32) belongs to the same village and sells fish for living.

Meet Tiger Shroff’s lookalike from Assam; See Viral Pics

Bollywood actor Tiger Shroff, who is known for his fitness and extremely well-built body, has got a lookalike in Assam. Pictures of David Saharia from Assam are being shared on social media for his uncanny resemblance with Tiger Shroff.. The young boy almost looks like Tiger’s duplicate as his hair, facial features and even physique match to great extent with the actor.

When International Business Times India caught hold of David, he said that it was exciting for him to be compared with Tiger, but he now wants to make his own name. “Initially, it was really exciting because every one was appreciating for my looks and I felt really good. Even now I feel good but they just know me by his name not mine. Feel bad about it sometimes, but it’s okay. I take it as a positive thing. Currently Ia am working in Assamese film industry, so that I can make my own name and people would know exactly who I am,” he told IB Times.

Noticing the striking similarities, surprised people have started sharing pictures of the Assam boy. Considering the resemblance, it will not be surprising if this guy from Assam soon starts to be known as “local Tiger Shroff”. Earlier, another young boy from Meghalaya had grabbed huge attention for being a lookalike of Tiger. The doppelganger resembled a lot like how Tiger used to look during his debut film Heropanti.

 

 

 

 

Upcoming Mrs Universe participant allegedly assaulted with rods

In another shocking incident, some noisy tenants allegedly assaulted upcoming Mrs Universe participant, Kristi Das, with rods in Guwahati after she bid to shush them.

She is an Internationally acclaimed shuttler, social worker, entrepreneur and winner of Mrs. India Homemakers, 2017. Now she is set to jazz up the glamour world by participating in the forthcoming event Mrs. Universe, 2018 slated from August 26 to September 3, 2017 at Durban, South Africa.

She has also taken part in the India Super Series 2013, the Chinese Taipei Open 2013, the Dutch Open 2013, the India Super Series 2014 and the India Open Grand Prix Gold 2014.

The all-rounder woman achieved her dreams in her life doing everything possible even after her marriage, that too with a baby boy.

Kristi is the women who achieved ‘The women Achievers Award 2017, instituted by Times of India, the Youth Icon Award 2017 by All Assam Scheduled Caste Students’ Union, the Youth Entrepreneur of the Year by the Entrepreneurs Conclave 2016-17 and a few others in the list. She is also the first Indian Brand Ambassador of Repechage (Seaweed-based products from the USA since 1980) and Maxelerator Ltd (A software company from the UK) and a few others.


Kristi has always been into women empowerment, once she said, “Being a woman I will always support women in society and will always do my level best for my state. In the coming event, I will also showcase our traditional dresses. I am also engaged with more than 5 NGOs of women empowerment, disabled people and a few others.”
More power to you Kristi, please make this world a better place for women.

Watch: Aamir Khan Urges India To Help People Affected In Gujarat And Assam Flood

As the flood in Gujarat and Assam is creating havoc and claiming lives, Actor Aamir Khan, who is well known for his generosity, recently posted a video on Twitter urging his fans to help the people who are affected in the floods in Gujarat and Assam. The actor also requested everyone to come forward in this time of crisis and help the people by donating to their capacity.

In the video, Aamir Khan said, “Several areas of Assam and Gujarat have been affected by heavy floods. Our brothers and sisters who are staying there are facing a lot of difficulties. Many people have lost their lives and there has been a huge loss too. We are helpless in front of the fury of nature but we can help the victims of the floods. I appeal to you to help our brothers and sisters in Assam and Gujarat.”

He further added, “Please contribute in the Chief Minister Relief Funds of the two states. I will also contribute and I request you to do the same. Thank you. Jai Hind.”

The flood situation in Assam has deteriorated on Monday. Nearly, 2.75 Lacs people left stranded or affected across seven districts of the state.

The flood situation in Assam has deteriorated on Monday. Nearly, 2.75 Lacs people left stranded or affected across seven districts of the state.

A person lost his life due to the strong current of the river and the body was recovered from Subansiri River in North Lakhimpur, reported by the Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA).

The districts like Lakhimpur, Jorhat, Golaghat, Cachar, Dhemaji, Biswanath and Karimganj were affected by the flood with the population of 2.75 lakh. The ASDMA also reported that about 2.68 lakh people were hit in the latest wave flood across eight districts in which 498 villages were under water and almost 8000 hectares of the crop were damaged.

The place Karimganj was worst hit with the flood, as it left 1.59 lakh people stranded, or lost their house by the deluge followed by Lakhimpur with more than 81,000 sufferers.

228 relief camps are running by the administrations and distribution centres in three districts to provide shelters and 14,613 people have taken shelters in these houses.

ASDMA said that many roads, bridges and embankments have been damaged by flood water in Lakhimpur, Cachar, Dhemaji, Biswanath, Majuli and Karimganj districts.

By: Rinki Chauhan