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whose husband Fazal Musthafa had pursued Islamic Studies in Yemen. though some other names are doing the rounds. Party sources said Rawat is a frontrunner surprisingly so since the party high command was said to be keen on a younger face and a neutral leader who could rein in factionalism Sources said the leadership change would be carried out after the three-day Assembly session which ends on January 16 Rawat — who lost to Bahuguna in the race for CM in 2012 — has been in pursuit of the post but the party high command had not been enthusiastic as it was felt it could intensify factionalism in the deeply divided state unit of the party and render the government unstable Besides it was in favour of a younger face Sources said Rawat is being considered a top contender Party leaders said the Union Water Resources Minister — who was elected as the first PCC president of Uttarakhand after its formation — has reportedly pleaded with the leadership that this could be his last shot at the spot and he should be rewarded for his loyalty A section of the leadership found merit in his argument Rawat despite leading the party to victory in 2002 Assembly elections as the PCC chief had to make way for N D Tiwari He was sidelined again in 2012 when Vijay Bahuguna became CM After that Rawat had sulked He was made a cabinet minister later Sources said it could be a close fight between Rawat and Pritam Singh although there are others including state Finance MinisterIndira Hridayesh who are trying to get the post Hridayesh surprised many by openly staking claim to the top post Pritam Singh ironically belongs to the Rawat camp and sources said he could emerge as a compromise candidate if the anti-Rawat factions refuse to accept him Pritam Singh an MLA from Chakrata is Food and Civil Supplies minister in the Bahuguna cabinet Sources said MLAs supporting Rawat had been camping in Delhi as also leaders like Hridayesh and Agriculture Minister Harak Singh Rawat AICC general secretary in charge of Uttarakhand Ambika Soni said “Who becomes the chief minister will depend on the MLAs” as “it is with their support that people become chief ministers and CLP leaders” The Rawat camp has claimed it has the support of more than half the 32 MLAs For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pritha Chatterjee | Muzaffarnagar | Updated: August 28 2014 10:19 am Babu Dheer Singh rests at his new house that he has purchased from one of the persons who left the village during the Muzaffarnagar riots in Kakra Village (Source: Express photo by Oinam Anand) Related News Last year’s riots still fresh in their minds a growing number of Muslims in the Muzaffarnagar-Shamli area of Uttar Pradesh are selling their properties in the villages they have now abandoned to Jat neighbours at rates which locals admit are far below the market rates The authorities however say no distress sale has come to their notice and refuse to interfere saying property sales remain a private affair The Indian Express found that in one village Kankra about 5 km from Kutba Kutbi which saw eight murders and several riot-related cases the majority of Muslims had sold their homes to Jats On September 7 last year three youths from the village who had gone to attend the Jat mahapanchayat died after a clash broke out in Pulbaliyan village Village kids pass through houses that were abandoned during the Muzaffarnagar riots in Kakra Village Most of the houses owned by the other community in the village are on sale or have been sold (Source: Express photo by Oinam Anand) Fearing retaliation 250 Muslim families fled their homes in the village and have since been staying at relief camps in nearby Muslim-dominated villages Village pradhan Ravinder Singh said in the past six weeks 150 of the 250 Muslim families have sold their homes to Jat neighbours “The situation is such that small incidents are taking communal colours — accidents robberies you name it It has been like this for a year in an area which never knew communal tension So no matter what we say the Muslims want to leave our village and the Jats are not trying too hard to stop them either” Singh said He said that every day “more Muslims are coming to me with requests to sell their property” Damaged house of muslims a year after the riots at village Lisad in Muzaffarnagar district on August 19th 2014 (Source: Express photo by Ravi Kanojia) Karan Singh Saini a former principal of the primary school in the village bought an approximately 650 square metre plot with a house built in it for Rs 5 lakh from Mohammad Shabbir According to the revised circle rate for the village introduced on August 1 — which is Rs 1400 per square metre — only the land should have cost him more than Rs 9 lakh “Under normal circumstances a house here should have cost me about Rs 15 lakh… but rates have gone down since too many people are eager to sell Of course we do not want to exploit people who have been our neighbours for years but we cannot give more than the rates” said Saini Shabbir 65 who was earlier staying in Shahpur relief camp has now moved in with his daughter and her husband in Loni said the property was lying vacant for too long “I knew I could not get a better rate than this… the rates are only going down It’s UP elections in 2016 and after that it will be time for the Lok Sabha elections again… it’s not that I am on bad terms with my neighbours but who knows what the next government will do What if they just say the state has already compensated us for the riots and take over our land” Mohammad Dilshad sold his 75 square metre plot facing the main road in the village — considered prime property — at Rs 162 lakh The father of four said he had to sell his home for his children’s future “It was a four-room house I had asked Rs 3 lakh for it but I could barely manage over Rs 1 lakh If I didn’t sell this I would not have enough money to feed my children” he said Kiran Pal who was cleaning the house he had just bought from Dilshad said these are the prevalent rates “I have bought the house following all regulations I needed the house because my children are getting married we need space for them and their families” he said Vinod Singh has bought a 781 square metre house with six rooms for Rs 7 lakh In this case too the plot alone should have cost him over Rs 10 lakh according to the circle rates Singh agreed the house should have cost him at least Rs 18-20 lakh in “normal times” “Honestly I believe they would have sold it cheaper but they have also got Rs 20 lakh compensation Rs 5 lakh each from four brothers so there is no reason really to feel sorry for them They still come to my house and have tea it’s just that they don’t want to stay here anymore” Singh said referring to Mohammad Iliyas and his family from whom he bought the house Iliyas is now building a house in Kairana “Vinod is a friend I really believe we got the best deal Houses are selling at Rs 3-4 lakh we got a much better deal” he said A neighbouring house of 34375 square metre has been sold for Rs 145 lakh here again the plot alone should have cost Rs 4 lakh as per the circle rates ADM (Finance and Revenue) Ram Kishen Sharma said “Property sales are a private matter but we have just revised the circle rates this month We do not have any complaints of distress sales from any community If people are going to new areas and selling their old homes it is their decision” Sharma said while earlier circle rates were revised every two years now it is done annually according to UP government directions “The rates have just come into effect from August so there is no question of exploitation” Sharma said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chennai | Published: July 25 2013 1:32 pm Related News In a fresh development with regard to the controversy surrounding the ‘fake’ letter concerning US visa for Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra ModiDMK chief M Karunanidhi on Thursday warned of action if any Member of Parliament from his party had signed the letter to US President Barack Obama Karunanidhi said in a statement that his party never interfered in Centre’s foreign policy or its internal affairs “and in the same way we don’t accept DMK interfering in the visa issue” “While MPs have denied they have signed the letterthe party does not accept them signing it Sending a signed note is not acceptable to the party If any of our MPs had signed the letter without discussing the matter with the high commandparty will take action against them” he said This came a day after DMK MP K P Ramalingam denied having signed any such letterpointing that he always signed in Tamil Howeverhe had no reply when mentioned that his purported signature was in Tamil itself A major controversy has erupted over the ‘fake’ letter being written by MPs to Obamaurging him to deny a visa to Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) poll panel chief Narendra Modi Howeverseveral MPsincluding CPI-M leader Sitaram Yechury and CPI MP M P Achutan also denied having signed the letter For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related Newsas it launched a scathing attach on Defence Minister A K Antony over his statements on the the killing of five Indian soldiers along the Line of Control (LoC) by Pakistan.

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