MP Current Affairs- December 17, 2022

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MP Current Affairs- December 17, 2022

  1. Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has already declared that a committee will be established to adopt the Uniform Civil Code in the state, joining the ranks of his BJP colleagues in several other states.

2-With discussions over “Love Jihad” resurfacing around the nation, the BJP-controlled Madhya Pradesh government is considering making police verification of couples by marriage registrars a requirement.

3- On Thursday in Madhya Pradesh’s Khargone district, a bus transporting schoolchildren toppled, injuring at least six of them.

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4-Now, visitors to Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh’s Mahakaleshwar Temple, will have access to 5G internet services.

Mahakaleshwar Temple

5-JIO’s 5G services were introduced in Ujjain in front of the chief minister, and the service provider highlighted its many advantages in the fields of health, education, and a variety of other fields.

6-In Madhya Pradesh, there may be issues with Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone’s next Bollywood film “Pathaan,” since both the government and the opposition have taken issue with the actor’s saffron outfit.

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7-Raja Pateriya, a senior party leader, has been threatened with removal from the party by the Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) over his alleged remarks against Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

8-A Muslim guy who lived in the Mandsaur area of Madhya Pradesh wed Radha at a temple five years ago after falling in love with her. Radha is now a Hindu.

Driver Afsar Mansoori, who lives in Mandsaur’s Kachnara village, has changed his name to “Krishna Sanatani.”

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9-The opposition Congress in Madhya Pradesh has planned to bring a resolution of no confidence against the Shivraj Singh Chouhan-led BJP administration during the upcoming winter session of the Assembly, which will start on December 19.

10- Raja Pateriya, a senior Congress leader, was detained on Tuesday in relation to his alleged offensive comments on Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The reported remarks have also been denounced by Kamal Nath, the president of the Madhya Pradesh Congress and a former chief minister.

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