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the proposal would again go back to the civic body for implementation of the project.” The number of infections nationwide is already 38 per cent higher than last year, which is not a luxury with the Trump Campaign. IAS officer and Additional CEO of Greater Noida Authority Vimal Kumar Sharma and his wife and Meerut’s Regional Transport Officer (RTO) Mamta Sharma, Sources told CNN-News18 that the I-T department had enough information on the officers to carry on the searches.The I-T officials said the department had been investigating charges of tax evasion against them The department had carried out similar raids against some other UP bureaucrats last month With inputs from PTI Communal conflict is no longer about grand Rathayatras or mosque demolitions It’s about rumours It’s about small almost trivial incidents of muscle-flexing usually centered around some place of worship or religious tradition It’s about taking something that has been tradition for years and suddenly deciding to change the playing field and give it a communal focus In Bawana — where tensions had been high since Eid and rumours of Muslims stealing Hindu cattle had started circulating — the ostensible reason for tension was the route of a Muharram procession The procession has been taken out without incident for a decade But this year there was a Mahapanchayat to throw down the gauntlet Whether this sudden mahapanchayat activity has anything to do with the upcoming Delhi Assembly elections or not it sounds suspiciously similar to the findings of the Indian Express investigation into some 600 communal incidents in Uttar Pradesh The Express concluded that a low-intensity stirring of the communal pot before the state elections helped consolidate votes and fire up the electorate Prime Minister Modi AFP The UP strategy was regarded as a Machiavellian masterstroke by Amit Shah to position the BJP as the Dalit champion and break up longstanding electoral loyalties It certainly caught both the Samajwadi Party and the Bahujan Samaj Party on the backfoot as they struggled to hold onto groups they had taken for granted Now it seems that the Shah playbook has migrated outwards to Bawana Whether the ploy is to make an issue out of the volume of a loudspeaker or the route of a taziya procession the aim is the same But there is one major difference between Bawana and the incidents analysed by Indian Express Bawana is not some remote dusty hard-to-reach village well outside the media limelight Like Trilokpuri it’s in the capital city This is a unusual for as the Express notes “The second significant — and new — aspect of the ongoing phase of communal tensions in UP is the intensity and spread of the violence in areas that are completely or predominantly rural" It’s one thing to take advantage of the remoteness of a village in the hinterlands of UP to stoke mischief with an eye on votes It’s another thing to do it in the capital city itself Even a small incident in a metro city gets blown up and hyper-reported and the narrative is harder to control It is especially dangerous to do it in Delhi Reports indicate that the BJP wants to fight the upcoming elections under Narendra Modi’s name instead of projecting anyone as their chief minister candidate Modi’s charisma is undeniable It’s yielded rich dividends in Maharashtra and Haryana But the knife cuts both ways Delhi in its current state of limbo without a CM is effectively under central rule Communal disturbances in the capital under his own watch within six months of taking office should be the last thing Narendra Modi wants on his plate BJP MLA Gugan Singh said if the taziya procession was carried out “the administration would be responsible for the violence that will ensue” He seems unaware or uncaring of the fact that to the aam aadmi in Delhi the Modi government is part of the “administration” Worse when asked why the Muharram procession was suddenly a problem after ten years Singh said: “We have always opposed it but the previous government never paid heed to our complaints” The implication is clear – our people are in charge now and we can flex our muscles and settle old scores Singh sees the Muharram procession as Muslims flexing their muscles and he wants to show them who is boss "They (Muslims) use this occasion as show of strength They wield sword and play with fire and raise slogans which disturbs us They do not have any right to disturb us We do not have any objection if they do this hooliganism in their own area but we won’t tolerate it in our locality" he told Firstpost The common refrain in these altercations is always that mosques use loudspeakers for the azaan everyday while the Shiv katha readings or mata ki jagran are only for a few days of the year But the point that’s missed here is that communities that live together have long figured out ways to accommodate each other’s festivals and rituals and what these incidents do is try and upend those informal traditional arrangements by inflexible ultimatums to create a new status quo In this case the Muharram route had anyway been changed say Muslim leaders But it was never really about that As Dheeraj a hardware shopowner in Bawana tells Firstpost everyone knows its aim is "to polarise communities and heighten communal tensions in the run up to possible Delhi assembly polls in the near future" The last thing Modi needs is for his presence in 7 Race Course Road to be seen as encouragement for rank-and-file BJP members to throw their weight around on the Delhi streets It’s not fair to lay every loudmouth MLA’s utterances at the Prime Minister’s door But fair or not the buck stops there And sometimes the silence of party bosses emboldens the rabble rouser Have governments pandered to different minority groups for votes Absolutely Does the flare-up in Bawana compare to the horrific example of intolerance in Pakistan where a Muslim mob allegedly beat a Christian couple to death and burned them in a brick kiln Absolutely not But that’s hardly a low we need to set as a bar for comparison The Modi government has tried to create a brand for itself as a no-nonsense strong government that is all about development and efficiency As Lokesh Chandra the new head of ICCR tells Indian Express "(F)or Modi politics is only till the elections After the polls he is only thinking of the country" That image can get a real dent if there are riots under its nose in the capital It does not have to be 1984 all over again but for Narendra Modi even a half-riot in Delhi can be a half-riot too many Chennai: DMK treasurer MK Stalin and son of party president M Karunanidhi has given up his party post accepting moral responsibility for the party’s election rout a senior leader said M K Stalin AFP Speaking to IANS on the condition of anonymity the DMK leader said: "He (Stalin) has resigned from the post" The move follows the DMK’s washout in the Lok Sabha election in Tamil Nadu Of the state’s 39 seats the ruling AIADMK bagged a whopping 37 and the BJP and PMK won one each IANS Satnam Singh and Tejinderpal Singh, of course, and is aimed at showcasing the skills of the craftsmen of the region. “The British film industry 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