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NEWS FROM INDIA - NOVEMBER ISSUE

November 4th, Prime Minister Modi, in an election speech in Chhattisgarh, announced the extension of the plan to provide 5 kilograms of free food grains per month to 810 million citizens for another five years.

 

November 9th, Federal Minister Joshi announced the winter session of Parliament, the last session before the 2024 general elections, scheduled from December 4th to December 22nd.

 

November 14th, Home Minister Shah expressed confidence in BJP's electoral prospects in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, and Rajasthan in an interview with Times of India. He predicted a larger victory for Prime Minister Modi in the 2024 general elections compared to the previous one.

 

November 15th, Prime Minister Modi launched the "Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra" (Developed India Resolution Campaign), a nationwide program aimed at reaching out to citizens who, despite being eligible for various central schemes, have not received benefits. Additionally, he initiated a mission worth 2.4 trillion rupees to assist 2.8 million Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups (PVTG) in 220 districts.

 

November 17th, Prime Minister Modi expressed concern at a BJP gathering about the misuse of artificial intelligence in creating deepfake videos and urged the media to educate the public on this issue.

 

November 18th, The central government expressed serious concerns about deepfake videos, and Federal Minister Baishnawi stated an intention to consult with social media platforms. The minister claimed that if the platforms do not take appropriate measures, the Safe Harbor (note: a range of business activities not subject to regulation as long as certain predefined rules are followed) would not apply.

 

November 20th, The Supreme Court advised the central government and the Governor of Kerala to respond to the state government's petition accusing the Governor of deliberately delaying consent to eight bills passed by the state legislature, granting a four-day deadline.

November 21st, The ongoing campaign for the five state legislative elections has two common aspects: voter polarization in urban areas benefiting parties, and the predominance of election campaigns appealing to welfare initiatives in rural areas.

 

November 28th, With the 2024 general elections approaching in a few months, Prime Minister Modi instructed the cabinet to enter election mode and ensure that government schemes reach all eligible individuals. The Prime Minister also expressed concern about state and local governments diverting central government schemes as their own projects, instructing ministers to inform beneficiaries about who is operating the schemes.

November 29th, The Supreme Court urged governors of each state to clarify the boundaries of their actions when bills passed by state legislatures are sent to them for approval. Specifically, the court ruled that "governors do not have the authority to veto legislative measures of the elected government or indefinitely extend the enforcement of laws formally passed by the legislature.

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