Last updated: Jun 11, 2023 at 5:32 PM IST

Addressing the massive crowd that showed up in support of the AAP's campaign, Kejriwal described the center's ordinance as

Addressing the massive crowd that showed up in support of the AAP campaign, Kejriwal called the center’s ordinance “dictatorial (Image/PTI)

We also cover: Mira Road Murder: “How long does it take for a body to rot,” accused on Google; The cops vomited upon reaching an apartment; PHOTOS, AUDIO, VIDEOS: Cops Seek ‘Evidence’ From Wrestlers To Support Sexual Harassment Allegations Against Brij Bhuchan & More

Hello Readers, In today’s summary, News18 brings you the latest updates on Aam Aadmi Party’s ‘Maha Rally’ against BJP Service Ordinance and other important events.

‘BJP will introduce similar legislation…’: Returning to the ‘sacred theatre’ of Ramlila Maidan Lamha Rally, Kejriwal launches fresh attack on the center

Back in Ramlila Maidan which witnessed the birth of the Aam Aadmi Party, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday launched a scathing attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP, addressing the party rally. Against the center’s decision regarding monitoring services in the national capital. Read more

Mira Road Murder: “How long does it take for a body to rot,” Google’s accuser; The cops vomited upon reaching an apartment

In another shocking revelation in the Mira Road Murder case, the defendant’s search history revealed that he searched for information about the decomposition of a corpse. Read more

PHOTOS, AUDIO, VIDEOS: Cops seek ‘evidence’ from wrestlers to support sexual harassment allegations against Brij Buchan

Two female wrestlers were reportedly asked by the Delhi Police to provide photos, audio and video as evidence to support allegations of sexual harassment against the President of the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) and BJP MP Brij Bhushan Charan Singh. According to a Indian Express In the report, the police sought a picture of a ‘hug’ between Singh and one of the complainants. Read more
27 killed and 145 injured after heavy rains and winds hit Pakistan; Declaring a state of emergency in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

At least 27 people, including eight children, have been killed following heavy rains and strong winds in northwest Pakistan. The storms hit four districts in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa including Bannu, Laki Marwat and Karak on Saturday. Fifteen people were killed in Bannu district alone, including five siblings between the ages of two and 11, according to Agence France-Presse. Read more

Kangana Ranaut blames fake blind elements for Sushant’s death, starts fight with Hrithik

Kangana Ranaut on Sunday captured yet another Bollywood swinger in a series of Instagram Stories. The Bollywood actress, who made headlines on Saturday for her deceptive photos against rumored Ramayan’s choice, has made shocking accusations against two Bollywood celebrities. Read more


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