President of India’s greetings on Idu’l Fitr

The President, Shri Pranab Mukherjee receiving Id-ul-Fitr's greetings, at Rashtrapati Bhavan, in New Delhi on July 18, 2015.

President of India’s greetings on Idu’l Fitr

The President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee has greeted fellow citizens on the eve of Idu’l Fitr. 

The President, Shri Pranab Mukherjee exchanging greetings on the occasion of Id-ul-Fitr, at Rashtrapati Bhavan, in New Delhi on July 18, 2015.
In his message the President has said, “On the joyous occasion of Idu’l Fitr, I convey warm greetings and good wishes to my fellow citizens, particularly to all Muslim brothers and sisters. 

May this auspicious day reinforce in each one of us the spirit of generosity and compassion. Let us on this day forgive and forget our differences. May Idu’l Fitr unite people of all faiths in harmony, solidarity and brotherhood and re-affirm our pride in the composite culture of our great nation”. 

PM pays tributes to Madiba on Nelson Mandela Day

Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, has paid tributes to Madiba, Mr. Nelson Mandela, on Nelson Mandela Day. 

"Remembering the apostle of peace, a shining beacon of democracy and a champion of equality, the beloved Madiba on Nelson Mandela Day," the Prime Minister said.

PM greets the Kutchi community on Ashadhi Bij, the Kutchi New Year

Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, has greeted the Kutchi community on Ashadhi Bij, the Kutchi New Year.

"On Ashadhi Bij, the Kutchi New Year, my greetings to the Kutchi community. May the coming year be one filled with prosperity and well-being," the Prime Minister said.


Former Prime Minister of Nepal, Shri Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ calls on PM

Shri Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’, former Prime Minister of Nepal and Chairman, UCPN (M) called on Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi today. 

Shri Dahal thanked the Prime Minister for Indian assistance in the aftermath of two powerful earthquakes in Nepal earlier this year, including the pledge of US$ 1 billion announced at the donors’ conference in Kathmandu on 25 June 2015. 

The Prime Minister reiterated India’s commitment to fully support Nepal in letter and spirit in the reconstruction effort. He also praised the people and the leadership of Nepal for their efforts in rebuilding Nepal after the grave tragedy. 

Shri Dahal briefed Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi on the Constitution drafting process in Nepal. The Prime Minister appreciated the recent progress and expressed hope that outstanding issues would be resolved at the earliest, so that the Constitution that is adopted enjoys the support of all sections of the society and helps build an inclusive, stable and prosperous Nepal. 

MoS (Home) Haribhai Parathibhai Chaudhary launches “Delhi Police Railway Helpline No.1512” 

The Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Shri Haribhai Parathibhai Chaudhary launched the Centralized Delhi Police Railway Helpline No.1512 at a function here today. Lauding the innovative step, MoS (Home) asked the Delhi Police to arrange extensive publicity for its Railway Helpline to raise awareness among the commuting rail traffic. Shri Haribhai Parathibhai Chaudhary also commended the Delhi Police for its grand plans to make ‘SMART” all Police Stations in the National Capital. 

Delhi Police Railway Helpline No.1512 will serve as a very useful mechanism for rail passengers. The passengers now can file complaints and make suggestions from moving trains without deboarding. Any person can make calls on this all-India Helpline Number from anywhere across the country. An FIR will be lodged on fax/email and copy of the FIR sent to the complainant through fax/email/post. 

This Helpline will deal with cases related to problems faced by passengers at Railway Stations and on moving trains. Cases can also be lodged on Police Control Room No.100 and the Delhi Police Railway’s dedicated What’sApp No.875081512 where related Photos and Videos can also be received. STD facilities have been provided in the Delhi Police Control Room to contact anybody in distress and also talk to any concerned Control Room of States/Police Stations. The Delhi Police Railway Control Room will promptly transfer the complaint to escort duty staff in running train for immediately attending to the passenger’s grievance. Police Officers will remain in touch with complainants till their problem is resolved. 

For passengers serviced by cellphone service providers in Delhi-NCR Region, 1512 is an all-India number; for passengers having their mobile phones registered anywhere else across the country, they can also access the Delhi Police Railway Helpline by dialing 1XXX-XX-1512. 

A phone call on 1512 from anywhere in India will land in the concerned Control Room of State Government Railway Police (GRP), thereby leading to swift response to attend the distress call. This service provides single number on a pan-India basis for GRP related issues. 

The Delhi Police has also initiated interstate coordination meetings to evolve measures for passengers’ safety and redressal of grievances of the public and also to share information relevant to other states. 

Delhi Police Commissioner Shri BS Bassi attended the function in addition to senior officials from Delhi Police and Union Ministry of Home Affairs. 

Nagaland Legislators call on Union Home Minister 

A delegation of Ministers and Members of Legislative Assembly from Nagaland led by the Speaker of Nagaland Legislative Assembly, Shri Chotisuh Sazo and the Chief Minister, Shri T.R. Zeliang, called on the Union Home Minister, Shri Rajnath Singh here today and discussed different Naga Political issues. 

The delegation comprising the entire political spectrum of Nagaland, mentioned about their firm commitment to the Naga Peace process. The delegation hoped for an early settlement of the issue as according to them different civil society groups and people of Nagaland want peace. 

Shri Rajnath Singh, after hearing different members of the delegation stated that the Government of India is committed to maintain peace in the state as well as in the North Eastern region and will extend all necessary help in this regard. 

Shri Rajnath Singh stated that the Government of India is committed for peace, prosperity, stability and the same is desired by the people of Nagaland. He mentioned that the unilateral abrogation of ceasefire by NSCN (K) has caused pain and concern to the people of Nagaland and the authorities in the state and at the centre. The Home Minister expressed satisfaction on the steps being taken by the state government and stated that there should be no atmosphere of fear psychosis among the people. 

Earlier, the delegation called on the Minister of State for Home Affairs, Shri Kiren Rijiju and discussed the issues with him. 

The Union Home Secretary, Shri L.C. Goyal, the Interlocutor for Naga peace talk and Chairman, Join Intelligence Committee, Shri R.N. Ravi and Shri Shambhu Singh, Joint Secretary (NE), MHA also attended the meeting. 


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