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Morning News Brief: These 5 news will be watched, including the last day of Amit Shah’s Bengal tour

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New Delhi. Everyday we get different news stories. There are some reports in them which also have an impact on our everyday life. News18 Hindi has brought a list of some such news for you, which will be watched by everyone. A look at the latest news of Sunday, December 20

Today is the last day of Amit Shah’s visit in Bengal
Sunday is the last day of Home Minister Amit Shah’s visit to West Bengal. He is scheduled to go to Vishwa Bharati University in Kolkata’s Shanti Niketan on Sunday and have lunch at the Bowl Singer’s house. After this, Shah will do a road show in Bolpur and then a press conference. After this, he will leave for Delhi. Shah’s visit is taking place amidst a growing tussle between the Center and the state government, which began after the Ministry of Home Affairs directed the three IPS officers to be relieved and sent to the Center on deputation. BJP state president of West Bengal Dilip Ghosh has said that Shah and party’s national president JP Nadda will visit West Bengal every month till the assembly elections are held. Explain that there is a possibility of assembly elections in the state in April-May next year.

Farmers will pay tribute to colleaguesThousands of farmers have been hanging out at many places on the Delhi border for the last 23 days, demanding the repeal of the new agricultural laws. Meanwhile, the All India Kisan Sabha (AIKS) claimed on Saturday that 33 farmers who took part in the protests that have been going on since 26 November have died due to accidents, illness and cold weather. According to AIKS, ‘Tribute Day’ will be celebrated in various parts of the country on Sunday to pay tribute to the farmers who lost their lives. Farmers unions protesting against three agricultural laws said on Saturday that they will decide their next step in the next two-three days.

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CM Yogi’s minister will talk to migrant businessmen of Purvanchal in Mumbai

Two cabinet ministers of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will talk to migrant businessmen in Mumbai on Sunday. Cabinet ministers Rajendra Pratap Singh alias Moti Singh and Anil Rajbhar will attend the annual conference of Apna Purvanchal Federation of Mumbai and inspire the migrant industrialists to set up industries in Purvanchal. They will also discuss with specific people of Purvanchal in this conference.

CM Yogi will visit Ayodhya
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will visit Ayodhya on 20 December. Here he will also address the ‘Kisan Sammelan’. In addition, many projects will be inaugurated, foundation and launched. Chief Minister Yogi will inaugurate, lay foundation stones and launch 40 projects costing approximately Rs 89.90 crore. These include the inauguration of 10 projects worth Rs 30.67 crore, the foundation stone for 10 projects worth Rs 26.45 crore and the inauguration of 20 projects worth Rs 32.77 crore.

Election of president in 50 bodies in Rajasthan

The election for the post of president in 50 municipal bodies of 12 districts of Rajasthan will be held on Sunday. A spokesman of the State Election Commission said that voting will take place on Sunday for the post of Chairman in 43 municipalities and chairman in seven city councils. He informed that the vote for the Speaker will be held from 10 am to 2 pm on December 20, while the counting of votes will take place immediately after the end of the voting, in the same way, the vote for the vice president will be held on December 21. According to the spokesman, the Speaker has been elected unopposed in five bodies, 101 candidates are in the fray for the post of President in the remaining 45 bodies.

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