Sushilkumar Shinde

Judge to probe Gujarat snooping case: Shinde

Sushilkumar-ShindeNew Delhi, May 2 : Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde Friday said a judge would be appointed soon to probe the alleged snooping on a woman in Gujarat.

Opposition parties alleged that Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi ordered the woman's movements to be tracked.

"The union cabinet has passed a decision to appoint a judge on the snooping case and soon he will be appointed. The matter is in process," Shinde told reporters here.

Telangana bill tabled in Rajya Sabha

Sushilkumar-ShindeNew Delhi, Feb 20 : Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde Thursday tabled the Telangana statehood bill in the Rajya Sabha amidst protests.

Some members opposed to the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh walked towards Shinde in an effort to interrupt him, but were stopped by MPs from the Congress and those favouring a separate Telangana state.

Members from the Trinamool Congress, Janata Dal (U) and Shiv Sena described the tabling of the bill as unconstitutional. (IANS)

Shinde refuses to react to R.K. Singh's allegations

Sushilkumar-ShindeNew Delhi, Jan 16 : Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde Thursday refused to react to R. K.  Singh's allegations against him, averring that the former home secretary was now a political man.

"R. K.  Singh is now a political man.  His allegations are political in nature.  He is now with the BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party).  I do not see him as a former home secretary but as a BJP man.  I will not react to his allegations," he told reporters here.

R. K.  Singh Jan 14 claimed that the home minister allegedly interfered with the transfers and postings of Delhi Police.

Intelligence grid to deter terror attacks: Shinde

Sushilkumar-ShindeBangalore, Dec 14 : The National Intelligence Grid (Natgrid) being set up by the central government across the country would act as a deterrent against terror attacks, Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde said Saturday.

"As an integrated intelligence grid, the Natgrid will link databases of various departments and ministries for use by intelligence agencies to enhance our counter-terrorism capabilities across the country," Shinde said at an event here.

The home minister laid the foundation stone for the Rs. 92-crore disaster recovery centre of the grid in the city's northern suburb of Yelahanka.

Telangana bill yet to reach Andhra assembly

Sushilkumar-ShindeHyderabad, Dec 12 : The bill for the formation of separate Telangana state has not yet reached the Andhra Pradesh assembly.

Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde told reporters Thursday in New Delhi that the bill would be sent to the assembly once it is received from Rashtrapati Bhavan.

The home minister said this when asked about the bill that has been sent to President Pranab Mukherjee and would be referred to the state assembly to seek its comments in 40 days.

Telangana draft bill may come before cabinet Dec 4

Sushilkumar-ShindeNew Delhi/Hyderabad, Nov 28 : The draft bill for formation of separate Telangana state is likely to come up before the union cabinet on Dec 4 as the Group of Ministers (GoM) Thursday finalized its report.

The GoM headed by union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde is likely to submit its report to the central government early next week. Its recommendations may be incorporated in the draft bill being prepared by the law ministry to carve out Telangana as 29th state of the country.

India, Bangladesh vow to fight militancy and cross-border crimes

Sushil-Kumar-ShindeNew Delhi, Nov 25 : India and Bangladesh not only share a long border, but also have close bilateral ties. Recently, home ministers of both countries met in Tripura where they expressed their commitment to promote growth, and fighting militancy together.

Union Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde and his Bangladeshi counterpart Mohiuddin Khan Alamgir were in Tripura on November 17 to inaugurate the first multi-purpose Integrated Check Post along the Bangladesh border at Akhaurah.

Probing source of foreign funding to AAP: Shinde

Sushilkumar-ShindeNew Delhi, Nov 11 : The government is investigating the source of foreign funding to the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde said Monday.

“We have got complaints about foreign funding to AAP and are probing the matter... Investigations take time and we are looking for the source behind the funding,” said Shinde.

AAP's chief ministerial candidate Arvind Kejriwal, however, said the "funds of Congress and BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) should also be probed".

AAP leader Kumar Vishwas challenged the government to prove them guilty.

Bihar was alerted about likely Modi rally attack: Shinde

Sushilkumar-ShindeNew Delhi, Oct 29 : Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde Tuesday said the central government had alerted Bihar about a possible terror attack during BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi's rally in Patna.

Shinde said the home secretary, joint secretary and the director general of National Investigation Agency (NIA) are in Patna to look into the matter.

"We always inform the states whenever we have general or specific information regarding possibility of blasts and we had sent alert to Bihar," Shinde told reporters.

Adequate security provided to Modi: Shinde

Sushilkumar-ShindeNew Delhi, Oct 28 : A day after multiple blasts in Patna ahead of Narendra Modi's rally there, union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde Monday said adequate security has been provided to BJP's prime ministerial candidate.

"Centre has provided adequate security to the Gujarat chief minister," Shinde told reporters here.

Modi has been accorded Z-plus security with round-the-clock protection by elite National Security Guard commandos.

Shinde also said that he would visit Patna on Tuesday to asses the situation there following the serial blasts in the city Sunday.

Telangana panel report before winter session: Shinde

Sushilkumar-ShindeNew Delhi, Oct 25 : The Group of Ministers (GoM) on Telangana, examining various aspects of Andhra Pradesh's bifuraction, will submit its report to the cabinet ahead of parliament's winter session, Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde said Friday.

"We will submit the report before the winter session begins," Shinde told reporters.

The session is likely in December.

Shinde, however, refused to say by when the new state would be formed.

"There is a process. When parliament passes the Telangana bill, the new state will come," he said.

Shinde rejects BJP's criticism of his letter

Sushilkumar-ShindeNew Delhi, Oct 10 : Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde Thursday rejected the BJP's criticism of his letter in which he had asked chief ministers to ensure that no innocent Muslim was arrested in the name of fighting terror.

The minister said he had referred to a particular community in response to the representations received by him.

He said various representations had been received from different quarters against alleged harassment of innocent youth.

Imprisonment has adverse effects: Shinde

Sushilkumar-ShindeNew Delhi, Sep 24 : Over-emphasis on imprisonment has "many adverse effects", union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde said here Tuesday.

Shinde made the remark while inaugurating the 33rd Asian and Pacific Conference of Correctional Administrators.

He said that society's expectations from the criminal justice system, particularly the prison and correctional administration, are wide and varied and sometimes conflicting with each other.

Shinde said alternative modes to imprisonment should be considered and implemented.

CBI gives clean chit to Shinde in Adarsh case

Sushilkumar-ShindeMumbai, Sep 19 : In a major relief to union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde, the Central Bureau of Investigation Thursday ruled out his involvement in the infamous Adarsh Society scam in Mumbai.

In an affidavit in the Bombay High Court, the CBI said there was no evidence to suggest that Shinde, during his tenure as Maharashtra chief minister (between January 2003 and October 2004), had been involved in any wrongdoing in this regard.

No immediate consideration of statehood demands: Shinde

Sushilkumar-ShindeNew Delhi, Sep 7 : The demands for statehood from groups in Assam and some other parts of the country cannot be considered immediately, Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde said Saturday.

Replying to queries from media persons at his monthly press conference, Shinde said that there were several requests for creation of separate states inlcuding Gorkhaland and Vidarbha.

"Demands are there, can't be considered immediately. When needed, we will consider," he said.

Telangana creation will take six months: Shinde

Sushilkumar-ShindeNew Delhi, August 1 : The process to create the new state of Telangana would be completed in around six months, union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde said Thursday.

"The new state (Telangana) will be formed as per constitution. The process should take between five-and-half to six months," Shinde told reporters here.

"There will be no all-party meet. People can come and give their suggestions to the government on the issue," he said.

Shinde to visit Bodh Gaya Wednesday

Sushilkumar-ShindePatna, July 9 : Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde will visit Bodh Gaya Wednesday morning to obtain first-hand information about the serial bomb explosions at the revered Mahabodhi temple, a police official said.

"Shinde, who will be accompanied by top officials of his ministry, will also meet officials of investigating agencies during his visit to Bodh Gaya," said an official at police headquarters here.

This will be the first visit by any union minister to the spot after the serial blasts Sunday.

10 blasts rocked Bodh Gaya, says Shinde

SushilKumar-ShindeNew Delhi, July 8 : A total of 10 blasts rocked the Mahabodhi temple complex in Bihar's Bodh Gaya town and 13 bombs were planted at the holy site the day before, Home Minister SushilKumar Shinde said Monday.

"Today (Monday) I got information that 10 blasts took place and 13 bombs were planted at Bodh Gaya," Shinde told reporters updating on Sunday's explosions that miraculously injured only two people.

Sikh group objects to Shinde's statement

Sushilkumar-ShindeChandigarh, June 7 : Sikh group Dal Khalsa Friday slammed union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde for saying that Sikh militants based in Pakistan were under pressure from Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) to revive terrorism in Punjab.

Taking exception to Shinde's statement, Dal Khalsa president H. S. Dhami said it was just "customary rhetoric" aimed at portraying Sikhs in bad light.

He said the home minister's views were "baseless, unfounded and ridiculous" and meant to mislead the public.

Better facilities for BSF at border posts: Shinde

Sushilkumar-ShindeNew Delhi, May 17 : Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde Friday lauded Border Security Force (BSF) personnel for guarding areas prone to infiltration and said more facilities would be provided to the troopers deputed on the border-posts.

"The government is aware about the difficult conditions in which BSF personnel work. Their task becomes more difficult in adverse climatic conditions. The government is taking every possible step to enhance the service conditions of the BSF," Shinde said at 11th investiture ceremony of the BSF here.

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