Gujarat Congress hit by more defections, flies off 44 MLAs to Bengaluru, slams Amit Shah

The Gujarat Congress, which has been shaken by the release of six of its legislators in 24 hours, more likely to leave, expelled most of the remaining party members in Bangalore on Friday night, although he accused President BJP, Amit Shah, Gujarat engineering of defections for “money and muscle strength.”

So far, 44 of the remaining 51 members of Congress left Bangalore, most of them at 11:45. The Indigo flight from Ahmedabad to Bangalore in Karnataka, Congress left, while other South Gujarat and Saurashtra flew to Bombay in the South Indian metropolis.

These actions will be implemented at Clarks Exotica Resorts, located a 15-minute drive from Bangalore Airport. “What they did in Goa, Manipur and Bihar, they try to do the same thing in Gujarat, and our legislators are threatened or offered money.

People like an IPS officer who was behind bars for 8 to 9 years in a fake encounter case are used to kidnap our parliamentarians, offer money or threaten our lawmakers. There is insecurity and fear environment. Therefore, our lawmakers move to safety, “said Arjun Modhvadia, the senior congress for the press at the airport before leaving Ahmedabad.

Party sources said that in a last-ditch attempt to stop lawmakers from resigning and defending the BJP in the Aug. 8 elections in Rajya Sabha, where veteran leader and political secretary of Congress Secretary Sonia Gandhi, Ahmed Patel, Gujarat fought, it was imperative to keep the flock away from sessions.

Three deputies Balwantsinh Rajput, Tejashree P.I. Patel and Patel, left Thursday and joined the BJP, while three others have submitted their resignation to President Ramanlal Vora on Friday, but did not join the BJP before nightfall.

Those who resigned on Friday are former witnesses of Ramsinh Parmar Thasra MP Congress and president of the prestigious Dairy Amul, Chhanabhai Chaudhary, MP Vansda and Mansinh Chauhan Balasinor.

The main scourge of the Balwantsinh Rajput Congress, Siddhpur’s deputy who left Thursday is the close relative of rebel leader Shankersinh Vaghela. Rajput, a few minutes to join the BJP, was named for the third seat of Rajya Sabha for which Patel submitted his candidacy.

BJP President Amit Shah and Union Minister Smriti Irani are the other two party candidates. Another congressman, CK Raolji, who is supposed to be the closest Vaghela, was about to resign, but came back halfway “for the final negotiations” with the BJP, a close confidante of Raolji said IANS.

“Until the evening, everyone thought that in silence he went to the President’s official residence and resigned, but he still has to do it.” Some final negotiations (with the BJP) will take place. Resign, “the source said.

Local television channels Gujarati and the rest of the media speculated that Raolji left and proclaimed what leads to confusion, he said. The AICC press chief, Randeep Singh Surjewala, ran here from New Delhi.

The issue has also shaken the Rajya Sabha, who has witnessed repeated postponements because Congress members of anger accused the BJP of “stealing” party lawmakers. Congress accused the BJP government in Gujarat and the Center to pressure congressional legislators to leave the party and joined the BJP.

These 9 IPOs from last three years are now at less than half their issue prices

Indian stock markets are flexing. Benchmark indexes Sensex and Nifty rose 21% to 22% this year in January, with NSE Nifty-50 reaching a historic mark of five numbers from 10 000 points for the first time.

In the middle of the race continues, corporate developers are not too late and want to get on the wave, public shares actions to raise capital cheap as markets rise to new heights. This year, 23 intellectual property offices were launched, including the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE Ltd) and its highly subscribed CDSL subsidiary.

However, there are still dark spots. As part of the ongoing euphoria examines nine IPOs launched in the last three years, whose shares have fallen below half the issue price, while the benchmark index increased 45% more since 2014 May, when the The new NDA government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power. Here is a list of nine past three IPOs that have fallen to less than half their issue price.

Radhika Jewelers was ranked in September 2016 and an issue price of Rs 75 on BSE. The company is the retail business of gold and diamond jewelry. The stock has fallen recently after a few days of registration and at closing on Friday at 21.15 Rs, down to 72% of the issue price.

Shares of Osiajee Texfab Ltd. started exchanges in January 2016 at a price of Rs 25. The company’s main business is the manufacture of textiles. The stock has been very unstable from its list and lost almost 52% since then. It finished on Friday at 12 Rs.

The Yogya stock companies are listed in April 2015 at Rs 15. The company’s issuance price of trading, IT infrastructure, financial services, information technology and advice. The company’s shares traded well above its issue price until November 2015 and marked a 52-week high of Rs 27.3 in October 2015. However, the stock fell sharply after November 2015. Ended on Friday 5.5 per Tuesday by 63.33% on its issue price.

Inox wind – a domestic wind power service provider – made its debut in the stock market in April 2015 at Rs 325. The issue price of stainless steel wind has continuously decreased from the list and lost 57 15% of the price Of issuance at the end of Rs 139.25 on Friday.

Adlabs entertainment is involved in the development and operation of thematic entertainment destinations in India. It was made public in April 2015 at Rs 180. The issue price was cheaper than its listing price and lost 60.89% at the close of Friday of Rs 70.4.

The cable television services regional communications provider Ortel made public in March 2015 at an issue price of Rs 1,800. The shares traded above their issue price until October 2015 and reached a total record of Rs 231 in the same month. But since then, stocks have fallen steadily and lost 67.38% at the close of Friday of 59.05 Rs.

Ring launches its own DIY home security system

Ring may be best known for its video timbres, but they have become a true home security solution. Ring today announced Ring Protect, a DIY security system that brings together all of the company’s products in one system.

The basic ring protection package starts at $ 199 and includes a base station, keypad, contact sensor (for a window or door), a motion sensor and a range amplifier. It can be assumed that you will be able to buy more sensors and keyboards to add to your system, but Ring does not yet have them available for pre-order.

The Ring Protect is designed to work with existing ring tones and security cameras for a perfect home security experience. It is $ 10 per month (or $ 100 per year) for video storage in the cloud for an unlimited number of ring devices plus 24/7 professional monitoring and cell phone support have the Base Station Protected). This is not a bad deal, especially if you already have Ring devices.

The Ring Protect package is available for preordered today at, and It will be available for purchase at Home Depot and Best Buy stores later in October.