Monday Evening News Brief, April 10

Monday evening brief Apr 10 2017
Good evening!
Here’s everything that transpired during the course of the day…
The govt today summoned the Pakistan envoy after an alleged Indian spy was sentenced to death by Pak military. The Pakistani military court sentenced Indian national Kulbushan Jadhav to death. Jadhav was “arrested” last year by Pakistan security officials and was accused of planning “subversive activities” in the country. India slammed Pak’s move and called the sentence ‘premeditated murder’.
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Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad today took the Mumbai Rajdhani Express to Delhi rather than opting for a flight. Contrary to earlier reports, the Sena MP is said to have boarded the Rajdhani Express instead of taking a flight to attend the Parliament session in Delhi. The two-week air travel ban on the MP was lifted last week after the intervention of the ministry of civil aviation.
The government revealed that it is working on a secret weapon to disperse crowds in J&K. “Seeing as skunk water, laser dazzlers and high intensity noise devices have not been “successful” in dispersing protesters, security forces are working on a secret weapon to disperse crowds,” attorney general Mukul Rohatgi told the Apex Court. He was defending the use of pellet guns in the valley.
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Arvind Kejriwal has likened the Election Commission to the Dhritarashtra character from Mahabharata. The Delhi chief minister alleged that the supposedly impartial election regulator is doing everything it can to get “its son” the BJP to win by turning a blind eye to faulty voting machines. He added that the EC was merely replacing allegedly faulty Electronic Voting Machines instead of investigating them.
Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan announced today that all the liquor shops in the state would be shut down in phases. “Alcohol prohibition will be implemented in the entire state by closing all liquor shops in a phased manner,” Chouhan said. The CM reiterated that a de-addiction drive would also be launched in the state soon.
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