Breaking News Live Updates 17th March 2023: There are chances of uproar on the fifth day of the Parliament session. The confrontation between the central government and the opposition continues over Rahul Gandhi’s statement and the Adani controversy. The proceedings of the House remained stalled for the fourth consecutive day yesterday. Rahul Gandhi can speak in Lok Sabha today. There will also be a meeting of the Congress Central Election Committee in Delhi today. During this, the names of the candidates for the Karnataka assembly elections can be discussed. On the other hand, there will be a meeting of the Union Cabinet at 6.30 pm today at the Prime Minister’s residence.
The Supreme Court will hear petitions challenging the anti-conversion laws of 8 states today. In the case of objectionable remarks on Prime Minister Modi, the application of Congress spokesperson Pawan Kheda will be heard in the Supreme Court. Manish Sisodia’s ED remand in the liquor case will end today. Enforcement Directorate may again seek remand in Delhi’s Rouse Avenue Court.
Increasing cases of H3N2 influenza virus in the country has increased the panic. Since January 1, more than 450 cases of H3N2 influenza virus have been reported. After Delhi, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Haryana, Odisha, now a case has also come in Madhya Pradesh. The virus was tested in a young man in the state capital Bhopal. His report came positive on Thursday (March 16). Health department officials have confirmed this. Patients affected by H3N2 virus are complaining of fever, body ache and headache. Many patients are also falling prey to pneumonia after coming under the grip of this virus.
There is a ruckus in the West African country of Senegal. Supporters of opposition leader Osman Sonko have taken to the streets. Sonko is facing a defamation case. There is also an allegation of rape. Sonko is a contender for the post of President. On the other hand, Turkey is looking helpless in front of the flood. There has been heavy destruction in two provinces. Thousands of people became homeless due to the flood. So far more than 14 people have died. Flood water has been filled in many areas.