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Major News and Events of 13 July 2016

What Happened on 13 July 2016


Supreme Court Brings Congress Government Back in Arunachal Pradesh

After quashing presidential rule, the Supreme Court of India has restored Congress government in Arunachal Pradesh on Wednesday. A five-judge Constitution Bench cancelled the Governor's decision of imposing President's Rule in the state and even called his actions illegal, which further may violate the Constitutional provisions. The bench then decided to restore Congress government in the state.

70 Police Guns Snatched by Protesters

As per reports, seventy of the semi-automatic and automatic police guns have been snatched by a mob from a police station in Damhal Hanji Pora in Kulgam. On Tuesday, troops made two separate attempts to snatch the weapons. After Wani's death, mobs have been trying to attack the police stations and take away the weapons.




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