Attorney General's approval to initiate contempt proceedings against Yeti Narasimhanand

Attorney General's approval to initiate contempt proceedings against Yeti Narasimhanand Attorney General KK Venugopal Friday approved initiation of contempt proceedings against Dharma Sansad leader Yeti Narasimhananda for his alleged remarks against the Constitution and the Supreme Court.  New Delhi: The troubles of Yeti Narasimhanand, accused of hate speech in Haridwar, seem to be increasing. Attorney General KK Venugopal on Friday approved initiation of contempt proceedings against Yeti Narasimhananda, leader of the Parliament of Religions, for his alleged remarks against the Constitution and the Supreme Court. Shachi Nelly, a social activist, in an interview with Yeti Narasimhananda In the background of the statements made, a letter was written to the Attorney General seeking initiation of contempt proceedings against him. In response to this consent has been given. The related interview had gone viral on Twitter on January 14.  The permission of the Attorney General or the Solicitor General is a pre-condition for initiating a criminal contempt case before the Supreme Court under Section 15 of the Contempt of Court Act. The Attorney General said, 'I have found that the statement made by Yeti Narasimhanand is a direct attempt to curtail the authority of the Apex Court in the eyes of common citizens.  This is definitely contempt of the Supreme Court of India. I, accordingly, allow the Supreme Court to initiate the trial for criminal contempt.' Narasimhanand is in custody ever since he was arrested by the Uttarakhand Police for his anti-Muslim hate speech at the 'Dharma Sansad' held in Haridwar.

Attorney General's approval to initiate contempt proceedings against Yeti Narasimhanand

Attorney General KK Venugopal Friday approved initiation of contempt proceedings against Dharma Sansad leader Yeti Narasimhananda for his alleged remarks against the Constitution and the Supreme Court.

New Delhi: The troubles of Yeti Narasimhanand, accused of hate speech in Haridwar, seem to be increasing. Attorney General KK Venugopal on Friday approved initiation of contempt proceedings against Yeti Narasimhananda, leader of the Parliament of Religions, for his alleged remarks against the Constitution and the Supreme Court. Shachi Nelly, a social activist, in an interview with Yeti Narasimhananda In the background of the statements made, a letter was written to the Attorney General seeking initiation of contempt proceedings against him. In response to this consent has been given. The related interview had gone viral on Twitter on January 14.

The permission of the Attorney General or the Solicitor General is a pre-condition for initiating a criminal contempt case before the Supreme Court under Section 15 of the Contempt of Court Act. The Attorney General said, 'I have found that the statement made by Yeti Narasimhanand is a direct attempt to curtail the authority of the Apex Court in the eyes of common citizens

This is definitely contempt of the Supreme Court of India. I, accordingly, allow the Supreme Court to initiate the trial for criminal contempt.' Narasimhanand is in custody ever since he was arrested by the Uttarakhand Police for his anti-Muslim hate speech at the 'Dharma Sansad' held in Haridwar.


The process of adoption of the resolution of the "Uyghur genocide" and "crimes against humanity" by the parliaments of the 8 countries How can the new US government take the next step on the Uyghur issue?  The French parliament on January 20 recognized the "Uyghur genocide" and "crimes against humanity" and caused a great deal of controversy around the world. News of the decision has become a hot topic in the European media today. The articles emphasize that "the recognition of the Uyghur genocide is the responsibility of countries that are the first to promote Western values, such as France."  However, according to experts, the Chinese government's decision to set up concentration camps in Uyghur territory since 2016 has led to the international criminalization of more than a million Uyghurs and other ethnic groups held in concentration camps as "genocide" and "crimes against humanity." Or more than 6 years. Even the number of countries that have recognized it has not yet reached 10.  If we look at the history of the adoption of the "Uyghur Genocide" and "Crimes Against Humanity" resolutions, the following will be taken into account:  The human rights situation in China was reviewed at the 96th session of the UN Committee on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, which lasted from August 10 to 13, 2018. The issue's end has the recaptured Doomsday in the control of China again.  On December 17, 2020, the European Parliament passed a resolution on concentration camps stating that "minorities such as Uighurs, Kazakhs, and Kyrgyz are becoming victims of the Chinese government's forced labor system and human rights abuses such as crimes against humanity." However, the resolution did not explicitly recognize "Uighur genocide" and "crimes against humanity."  The day before former U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo resigned on January 19, 2021, China declared its persecution of the Uyghurs a "genocide" and a "crime against humanity." This is the first time that the "Uyghur genocide" has been officially recognized by the government of a country like the United States.  By February 22, 2021, the Canadian Parliament had recognized the "Uyghur Genocide" and called on the government to take a similar decision.  On February 25, 2021, the Dutch Parliament also recognized the "Uyghur Genocide." This marks the first time in the Dutch parliament that the Dutch parliament has recognized the "Uyghur genocide".  The April 22, 2021, resolution of the "Uyghur Genocide" was passed by the British Parliament after much controversy.  On May 20, 2021, the Lithuanian parliament recognized China's "Uyghur genocide" and "crimes against humanity" and made China very upset.  On June 3, 2021, the Czech Parliament also passed a resolution calling for the "Uyghur genocide" and "crimes against humanity."  On July 8, 2021, the Belgian parliament also acknowledged the "Uighur genocide" and condemned China's ethnic policies.  On January 20, 2022, two weeks before the start of China’s 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, the French parliament passed a resolution calling for “Uyghur genocide” and “crimes against humanity”, causing a great deal of controversy in the Western world.  Mr Bakhtiar Omar, a researcher at concentration camps in Norway, said that while France's decision, which has strong political and economic influence in Europe, would play a role in awakening the volatile EU member states, more efforts would be needed to make the same decision. Mehmet Abbas, executive director of the French Academy of Sciences in France, argues that a large number of such decisions will eventually lead to the closure of Chinese concentration camps.  But Germany has become a major power in Europe that has not yet formally recognized the "Uighur genocide." Although the German Parliament's Committee on Human Rights and Humanitarian Aid has acknowledged on June 25, 2021, with the support of the five major parties, China's persecution of the Uyghurs as a "crime against humanity," the issue of formal recognition of the "Uyghur genocide" remains to be seen. He is in a quandary.

The process of adoption of the resolution of the "Uyghur genocide" and "crimes against humanity" by the parliaments of the 8 countries

How can the new US government take the next step on the Uyghur issue?

The French parliament on January 20 recognized the "Uyghur genocide" and "crimes against humanity" and caused a great deal of controversy around the world. News of the decision has become a hot topic in the European media today. The articles emphasize that "the recognition of the Uyghur genocide is the responsibility of countries that are the first to promote Western values, such as France."

However, according to experts, the Chinese government's decision to set up concentration camps in Uyghur territory since 2016 has led to the international criminalization of more than a million Uyghurs and other ethnic groups held in concentration camps as "genocide" and "crimes against humanity." Or more than 6 years. Even the number of countries that have recognized it has not yet reached 10.

If we look at the history of the adoption of the "Uyghur Genocide" and "Crimes Against Humanity" resolutions, the following will be taken into account:

The human rights situation in China was reviewed at the 96th session of the UN Committee on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, which lasted from August 10 to 13, 2018. The issue's end has the recaptured Doomsday in the control of China again.

On December 17, 2020, the European Parliament passed a resolution on concentration camps stating that "minorities such as Uighurs, Kazakhs, and Kyrgyz are becoming victims of the Chinese government's forced labor system and human rights abuses such as crimes against humanity." However, the resolution did not explicitly recognize "Uighur genocide" and "crimes against humanity."

The day before former U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo resigned on January 19, 2021, China declared its persecution of the Uyghurs a "genocide" and a "crime against humanity." This is the first time that the "Uyghur genocide" has been officially recognized by the government of a country like the United States.

By February 22, 2021, the Canadian Parliament had recognized the "Uyghur Genocide" and called on the government to take a similar decision.

On February 25, 2021, the Dutch Parliament also recognized the "Uyghur Genocide." This marks the first time in the Dutch parliament that the Dutch parliament has recognized the "Uyghur genocide".

The April 22, 2021, resolution of the "Uyghur Genocide" was passed by the British Parliament after much controversy.

On May 20, 2021, the Lithuanian parliament recognized China's "Uyghur genocide" and "crimes against humanity" and made China very upset.

On June 3, 2021, the Czech Parliament also passed a resolution calling for the "Uyghur genocide" and "crimes against humanity."

On July 8, 2021, the Belgian parliament also acknowledged the "Uighur genocide" and condemned China's ethnic policies.

On January 20, 2022, two weeks before the start of China’s 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, the French parliament passed a resolution calling for “Uyghur genocide” and “crimes against humanity”, causing a great deal of controversy in the Western world.

Mr Bakhtiar Omar, a researcher at concentration camps in Norway, said that while France's decision, which has strong political and economic influence in Europe, would play a role in awakening the volatile EU member states, more efforts would be needed to make the same decision. Mehmet Abbas, executive director of the French Academy of Sciences in France, argues that a large number of such decisions will eventually lead to the closure of Chinese concentration camps.

But Germany has become a major power in Europe that has not yet formally recognized the "Uighur genocide." Although the German Parliament's Committee on Human Rights and Humanitarian Aid has acknowledged on June 25, 2021, with the support of the five major parties, China's persecution of the Uyghurs as a "crime against humanity," the issue of formal recognition of the "Uyghur genocide" remains to be seen. He is in a quandary.


European Union Aviation Safety Agency refuses to lift ban on Pakistani planes  Ayasa will conduct an audit of civil aviation to lift restrictions on Pakistani airlines.  European Union Aviation Safety Agency lifts ban on Pakistani planes  ISLAMABAD: The European Union (EU) Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has refused to lift the ban on Pakistani aircraft, according to details. The European Aviation Safety Agency has responded to the PIA 's letter. The executive director of Khaz Ayasa wrote to COPIA stating that Ayasa would conduct an audit of civil aviation to remove restrictions from Pakistan Airlines. After the AISA audit, it will be decided to lift the ban on European routes. The International Aviation Organization (ICAO) has nothing to do with the ban on European routes.  The performance of civil aviation will also be reviewed after such an audit. The text of the letter further states that AISA may conduct an audit through a third country for lifting sanctions. AISA will consult with the relevant authorities to remove the sanctions. The International Aviation Organization (ICAO) has nothing to do with the ban on European routes. In order to lift the ban on Pakistani airlines, IASA will conduct an audit of civil aviation .  The IASA authorities are still investigating the issue of professional licensing. IASA expressed confidence in the steps taken by the IPIA regarding the safety management system . Was ordered to stop working. The European Union 's aviation safety agency had written a letter to EU member states stating that irregularities in the issuance of 40% of licenses had been revealed . Suspend the pilots.  Ayasa had sought details of Pakistani pilots from member countries. The Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority achieved a major milestone in March 2021 when the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) declared the CAA's safety standards satisfactory. General Civil Aviation Authority Flight Lieutenant Khaqan Murtaza briefed the officials of the European Union Aviation Safety Agency on the steps taken by the CAA.  Deputy Director General Regulatory Nadir Shafi Dar gave answers to the questions asked by the officials. The CAA also briefed on the steps taken to implement a new British aviation-style examination system for captain's licenses. Pakistani officials also briefed the European Commission on the Air Accident Investigation Board's investigation into the plane crash. The meeting was attended by members of the European Commission from Denmark, Norway and Sweden via video link.

European Union Aviation Safety Agency refuses to lift ban on Pakistani planes

Ayasa will conduct an audit of civil aviation to lift restrictions on Pakistani airlines.

European Union Aviation Safety Agency lifts ban on Pakistani planes

ISLAMABAD: The European Union (EU) Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has refused to lift the ban on Pakistani aircraft, according to details. The European Aviation Safety Agency has responded to the PIA 's letter.

The executive director of Khaz Ayasa wrote to COPIA stating that Ayasa would conduct an audit of civil aviation to remove restrictions from Pakistan Airlines. After the AISA audit, it will be decided to lift the ban on European routes. The International Aviation Organization (ICAO) has nothing to do with the ban on European routes.

The performance of civil aviation will also be reviewed after such an audit.

The text of the letter further states that AISA may conduct an audit through a third country for lifting sanctions. AISA will consult with the relevant authorities to remove the sanctions. The International Aviation Organization (ICAO) has nothing to do with the ban on European routes. In order to lift the ban on Pakistani airlines, IASA will conduct an audit of civil aviation .

The IASA authorities are still investigating the issue of professional licensing. IASA expressed confidence in the steps taken by the IPIA regarding the safety management system . Was ordered to stop working. The European Union 's aviation safety agency had written a letter to EU member states stating that irregularities in the issuance of 40% of licenses had been revealed . Suspend the pilots.

Ayasa had sought details of Pakistani pilots from member countries. The Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority achieved a major milestone in March 2021 when the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) declared the CAA's safety standards satisfactory. General Civil Aviation Authority Flight Lieutenant Khaqan Murtaza briefed the officials of the European Union Aviation Safety Agency on the steps taken by the CAA.

Deputy Director General Regulatory Nadir Shafi Dar gave answers to the questions asked by the officials. The CAA also briefed on the steps taken to implement a new British aviation-style examination system for captain's licenses. Pakistani officials also briefed the European Commission on the Air Accident Investigation Board's investigation into the plane crash. The meeting was attended by members of the European Commission from Denmark, Norway and Sweden via video link.

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