YK MYK MAY DAY 2022 WILL BE MOST SIGNIFICANT IN INDIA’S RECENT HISTORY OPINION Rs. 5 RANCHI SUNDAY, 1 MAY, 2022 PG-12, YEAR—11, ISSUE—348 (RNI NO: JHAENG / 2012 / 44137) NOTICE The office of ‘Morning India’ will remain closed on May 1 on account of May Day. There will be no edition of the newspaper on May 2. The next issue of the newspaper will hit the stands on May 3. AT A GLANCE ED SEIZES RS 5,551 CR ASSETS OF XIAOMI TECHNOLOGY INDIA UNDER FEMA NEW DELHI: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) said on Saturday that it has seized Rs 5,551.27 crore of Xiaomi Technology India Private Limited lying in the bank accounts under the provisions of Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA), in connection with the illegal outward remittances made by the company. On March 3, the Income Tax Department had said that it conducted raids against Chinese firms, which deal in telecom products, and learnt that the companies were involved in tax evasion through fake receipts. The I-T Department had detected suppression of income of Rs 400 crore at that time. The raids were conducted in the second week of February across India, including the National Capital Region (NCR). The searches had revealed that the Chinese firms had made inflated payments against receipt of technical services from its related parties outside India. PM Modi to CMs, HCs ‘Priortise cases of 3.5 L poor undertrials on humanitarian sensibility’ NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said there are nearly 3.5 lakh undertrials in jail mostly from poor or ordinary families - and appealed to all chief ministers and chief justices of high courts to prioritise their cases on bases of humanitarian sensibility and law. The Prime Minister was speaking at the Joint Conference of Chief Ministers and Chief Justices of High Courts, which was also attended by Chief Justice N. V. Ramana, Law Minister Kiren Rijiju, Minister of State for Law and Justice S.P. Singh Baghel and Supreme Court judges. The Prime Minister insisted that judicial reform is not merely a policy matter and human sensitivities are involved and they should be kept in the centre of all the deliberations. He pointed out there are about 3.5 lakh prisoners in the country who are under trial and are in jail, most of whom are from poor or ordinary families. "In every district, there is a committee headed by the District Judge, so that these cases can be reviewed and wherever possible, such prisoners may be released on bail. I would appeal to all Chief Ministers and Chief Justices of High Courts to give priority to these matters on the basis of humanitarian sensibility and law", he added. He said that 75 years of Independence have continuously clarified the roles and responsibilities of both the judiciary and the executive. The Prime Minister also talked about the complexities and obsolescence in laws. He said in 2015, the government identified 1,800 laws which had become irrelevant and 1,450 laws have already been repealed. JPSC declares civil services mains examination results RANCHI: Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC) on Saturday declared 802 persons successful in the seventh to 10th combined civil services mains examinations. Notably, the main examinations were held from March 11 to March 13 in Ranchi. A total of 4,885 candidates were declared eligible for it. The JPSC would hold the interview of the candidates from May 9 to May 16. The verification of documents of the aspirants will be done from May 8 to May 15. The commission said that candidates can download their e- call letter from the JPSC website for interview and the verification of documents from May 2. It has also issued helpline mobile numbers and a landline number for candidates who are unable to download their e-call letters. The JPSC said that all details related to results, document verification, interview programme and desired certificates and documents have been uploaded in the website. It may be stated here that JPSC has taken merely seven and a half month since conduct of the preliminary examination to publish the mains examination results. SIX GIVEN LIFE IMPRISONMENT FOR GANGRAPE OF A MINOR LOHARDAGA: A Lohardaga court on Saturday sentenced six persons to life imprisonment in connection with the gangrape of a minor about two years ago. The district-cumspecial POCSO judge Akhilesh Kumar Tiwari passed the sentence and fined each of the six convicted Rs SPORTS Morning India MORE ON PG 5 SANJAY SAHAY IPL 2022: RAVINDRA JADEJA HANDS BACK CSK CAPTAINCY TO MS DHONI 20,000. The FIR registered in the case said that the prime accused Sumit alias Tiger Oraon on the pretext of dropping the victim at a birthday party venue had committed the heinous crime along with his five friends on September 20, 2020 at Jamgai village under Bhandara police station. PM Narendra Modi and CJI Justice NV Ramana during the Joint Conference of Chief Ministers of the States and Chief Justices of High Courts, at Vigyan Bhawan, in New Delhi on Saturday. ANI We have faith in independence of judiciary: Soren MI NEWS SERVICE RANCHI: Chief Minister Hemant Soren on Saturday concurred with the Prime Minister (PM) Narendra Modi statement emphasising on more use of local and regional languages in courts. The CM's made the remark after attending a national seminar attended by PM, central ministers, CM's, chief justice of India, judges of Supreme Court, chief justices of high court and other dignitaries. The CM tweeted to say that he fully agree with the PM view that courts should promote local languages at local levels in order to ensure better reach to the communities and transparency. He also shared the steps taken by the Jharkhand government for strengthening the judiciary system. He added that infrastructure has been developed at various levels. Judiciary is the one of the main pillars of democracy and we all have faith in its independent views, he stated. The CM later on criticised the centre for not paying the dues of Jharkhand. He said that the state government has submitted dues amounting to 1,30,000 crores rupees to the centre. He said that BJP has no work in Jharkhand adding it should cooperate in implementation of the welfare schemes. It may be stated here that CM comments came in the backdrop of the aggressive agitation undertaken by the BJP against his government in Jharkhand. The BJP is reaching out to people with the power and the drinking water crisis and also mines leased in CM's name.