"As a matter of fact, and are not looking at the past but into the future.quizzes and other programmes. For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLucknow | Updated: February 6 2014 2:38 pm Kaleem Jamai the organiser claimed that Muslims from across the state are supporting the event and will be participating in it Related News Spelling a fresh bout of trouble for the Akhilesh Yadav government in UP All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen chief Asaduddin Owaisi is set to hold a rally at Sanjarpur village in Azamgarh district on February 1 A bitter critic of Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav the Hyderabad MP will woo Muslims — the core votebank of the ruling SP in UP — at the rally “Obviously I am focussing on Muslims Fingers will be raised on the state government and its Muslim leaders over Muzaffarnagar riots as they are in power with a massive mandate” Asaduddin Owaisi told The Indian Express over phone He asked Azam Khan the in-charge minister of Muzaffarnagar to introspect “Several riots including that in Muzaffarnagar have occurred in UP during the SP regime The barbarism that Muslims faced cannot be described and only few people have been arrested so far The Muslim leaders of SP should answer it” he said Though local police are yet to give permission for holding the rally Kaleem Jamai the organiser claimed that Muslims from across the state are supporting the event and will be participating in it Hoardings and posters have already come up in Azamgarh The location — Sanjarpur village — has been strategically chosen It had hit the headlines in September 2008 after two youths said to be Indian Mujahideen operatives and belonging to this village were killed in a police encounter at Delhi’s Batla House Owaisi however said his meeting has nothing to do with the Lok Sabha elections He also ruled out expanding his outfit in UP “It is too early to say I am not going (to Sanjarpur) for Lok Sabha elections My effort will be to develop local leadership When AAP can emerge in Delhi Dalits and Yadavs can have their own party then Muslims too should think in this regard” said Owaisi A video clip of Owaisi’s speech targeting Mulayam Akhilesh and Azam Khan over Muzaffarnagar communal riots is being circulated widely In the video clip — reported to be Owaisi’s speech in Maharashtra — he has held the trio responsible for riots “It is an era of technology now Nothing can be hidden Anyone can record the speech and it can be circulated” Owaisi said However Jamai said the video clip is “both a boon and bane” “After its circulation Muslims are contacting us for support while the police have withheld the permission for the rally We however are making arrangements for 50000 people” he said Azamgarh SP (Rural) K K Choudhary confirmed that permission for organising Owaisi’s meeting is still “under consideration” For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related Newsan initiative by the Department of Science and Technology (DST).

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first_img Kansspelautoriteit chiefs tell politicians to get delayed online gaming bill passed Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Email Address Outgoing Dutch regulators’ fury at online gaming deadlock Tags: Online Gambling Topics: Legal & compliance The outgoing heads of the Netherlands’ gambling regulator have taken a parting shot at politicians who have failed to pass gambling regulations during their six years in office.Chairman Jan Suyver (pictured left) and vice-chairman Henk Kesler (right) left Kansspelautoriteit last week, replaced by René Jansen and Bernadette van Buchem. Suyver and Kesler arrived at the regulator in 2012 on the understanding that the Remote Gaming Bill would soon be passed and that their task would be to oversee a regulated market and combat illegal supply.Six years later and the legislation remains in limbo in the Senate, while it is estimated that one million Dutch citizens are regularly using unregulated, unlicensed websites.After leaving their posts last week – shortly after Joop Pot replaced Marja Appelman as CEO – Suyver and Kesler have gone public with their frustrations, and the publishing of an interview with them on Kansspelautoriteit’s website suggests the regulatory body itself will not stay quiet about the impasse.“Unfortunately, we were not allowed to do what we wanted to do,” Kesler said. “For that reason I do not look back with great satisfaction.“A nice organisation has been set up, but politics has not delivered what we were promised at the start of the Gaming Authority: a toolbox to steer online gambling on a regulated market.“I’ve become pretty cranky now and again. There is a lot of complaining in the Lower House, but they should get along with the necessary legislation.”Kesler believes more government resources could have been directed towards the passage of the act, explaining that progress was sometimes stymied by the slow response to parliamentary questions. However, he is optimistic that the government will pursue the implementation of the legislation as it was mentioned in the coalition agreement.Suyver said politicians must forget their ideological or moral opposition to gambling, accept that people will do it legally or illegally and look to create a framework that protects them – following the lead of countries such as Denmark and Sweden.Suyver said: “The consumer simply has the right to be protected. I always say: even though you are against gambling, that cannot be a reason not to arrange it. Rather, on the contrary, I would say.”Speaking earlier this year about the appointment of Jansen and Van Buchem, the regulator said in a statement: “The Gaming Authority sees Jansen and van Buchem as the right people to continue the course taken by the Kansspelautoriteit and to lead the organisation through the planned modernisation of the gaming policy.”While the lower house of the Dutch parliament approved the Remote Gaming Bill in 2016, it is still awaiting Senate approval.In June, the country’s coalition government stated its intention to push ahead with the process, with the aim of introducing new regulations by 2020. 9th October 2018 | By contenteditor Legal & compliance AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Regions: Europe Western Europe Netherlandslast_img

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