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bjp leader shot dead in kashmir – BJP, Rakesh Pandit, Dies – Terrorists shot dead BJP leader in Tral

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On Wednesday, unidentified gunmen shot and fired at a BJP leader in Pulwama, Jammu and Kashmir. An unidentified gunman reportedly opened fire on Brijnath Pandit’s son, Rakesh Pandit, in Telal, and his condition became highly critical. He immediately he was transferred to the hospital, where he died.

In this incident, another woman was shot in the leg. He has been transferred to Pulwama Hospital for treatment. After the incident, security forces closed off the area to catch the attackers. Laksh, Chairman of the Talal City Council, has returned home to attend the funeral of his relatives.

Mehbooba said: I was surprised to hear about the Tral incident.

Mehbooba Mufti, a former Prime Minister of Jammu and Kashmir and head of the PDP, called the incident shocking. He said: “I was surprised to hear that the terrorists assassinated the leader of the Lakshpandit People’s Party.

A BJP leader in Maharashtra was accused of holding a grand celebration before his daughter’s wedding, ignoring Covid restrictions.
Police said he had filed a lawsuit against BJP MLA Mahesh Landge of Pimpri-Chinchwad and 60 other people.

A video of a 45-year-old leader with his family and friends that appeared online showed them dancing at a premarital event.

The clip is from Sunday night, and a large group of people, including Ranchi, can be seen celebrating.

Maharashtra can only have a maximum of 25 people attending the wedding. Maharashtra is the state with the highest total number of new cases of coronary pneumonia in the country.

The authorities stated that the activity violated the rules of social distancing, people did not wear masks and the activity did not have the prior permission of the district government. Pimpri-Chinchwad is about 130 kilometers from the state capital, Mumbai.