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PM Modi will address entrepreneurs and scheme beneficiaries

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to participate in an event via video conferencing on Wednesday to mark the nationwide exercise for credit assistance to deprived sections. According to a statement from the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), he will launch the Pradhan Mantri Social Upliftment and Rojgar Aadhaar Jankalyan (PM-SURAJ) national portal and sanction loan assistance to one lakh entrepreneurs from deprived sections. The PM will also interact with beneficiaries of various government schemes from disadvantaged groups, including Scheduled Castes, Backward Classes and sanitation workers. The statement said the portal symbolizes Modi’s commitment to give priority to the underprivileged and is a transformative initiative aimed at upliftment of the most deprived sections of the society. During the program, Modi will also distribute Ayushman health cards and PPE kits to sewer and septic tank workers under the National Action for Mechanized Sanitation Ecosystem (Namaste).

Haryana Assembly session to prove Saini government’s majority

Haryana’s new Chief Minister Nayab Singh Saini has requested the Governor to call the Assembly session on Wednesday to prove the BJP government’s majority in the House. Saini, who took charge after the surprise resignation of Manohar Lal Khattar, said he has submitted a letter of support from 48 MLAs to the Governor. “We have requested the Governor to call the Assembly session tomorrow when we will prove our majority in the House,” Saini told reporters after assuming charge, as quoted by PTI. When questioned about the number of MLAs giving support, Saini, who also serves as the Haryana BJP chief, confirmed, “We had given a letter of support from 48 MLAs to the Governor.”

Nepal’s Prime Minister will seek ‘extreme’ trust vote

Nepal’s Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal, also known as ‘Prachanda’, is set to seek a trust vote from Parliament on Wednesday. This comes after the Maoist leader broke ties with the Nepali Congress and formed a new alliance with the Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist-Leninist) party, PTI reported. Prachanda, a former guerrilla leader of the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist Centre), sent a letter to the Parliament Secretariat, signaling the end of his alliance with the Nepali Congress. Constitutional provisions mandate a trust vote after an ally withdraws support from the ruling coalition.