Morning Brief: PM Modi Predicts Stock Market Rally After Polls; CCTV Footage Seized from Delhi CM's House, and More!

Catch up on the latest morning briefing with this comprehensive update covering significant news and developments. Prime Minister Modi's prediction of a stock market rally post-elections and the recent seizure of CCTV footage from Delhi CM's house are among the highlights discussed in this video. Stay informed about the latest happenings and insights shaping the day ahead.

Morning Brief: PM Modi Predicts Stock Market Rally After Polls; CCTV Footage Seized from Delhi CM's House, and More!

Prime Minister Modi Anticipates Stock Market Surge Post-Elections; Police Seize Security Camera Footage from Delhi Chief Minister's Residence, and Additional Updates

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi mentioned that his government has implemented sustained economic reforms over the past decade. He predicted that the stock market would reach new highs after June 4, which marks the counting day for the ongoing seven-phase Lok Sabha elections. During an interview with NDTV, Modi highlighted the BJP’s pro-entrepreneurship policies and economic reforms, urging young investors to enhance their risk-taking capacities. He noted the impressive performance of public sector undertakings (PSUs) like Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL), which reported a 52 percent increase in net profit for the January-March quarter. Modi reiterated his commitment to comprehensive development, emphasizing that this is a crucial time for India.

Delhi Police visited Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s residence on Sunday to gather evidence related to an alleged assault on Rajya Sabha member Swati Maliwal by Kejriwal’s aide, Bibhav Kumar. Maliwal claims Kumar slapped her multiple times, dragged her, and caused her to hit her head. However, Kumar countered these allegations, stating that Maliwal forcefully entered the CM's residence and used abusive language. Police collected a digital video recorder (DVR) and CCTV footage from the site. Kumar was arrested and placed in seven-day police custody. The police are investigating the possibility of tampering with the video footage. The Aam Aadmi Party accused the police of spreading false news under BJP’s influence. Additionally, Kumar’s phone, allegedly formatted in Mumbai, is also under investigation.

Bollywood personalities such as Amitabh Bachchan, Karan Johar, Ayushmann Khurrana, and Ranvir Shorey urged citizens to participate in the fifth phase of the Lok Sabha elections. Amitabh Bachchan shared an animated video on Instagram, specifically encouraging Mumbai residents to exercise their right to vote. Karan Johar used his Instagram Stories to remind everyone of the significance of each vote. Ayushmann Khurrana took to Twitter and shared a video message stressing the importance of voting as both a duty and a means to shape the future. Similarly, Ranvir Shorey shared a video on Instagram, urging people to fulfill their responsibility as citizens by voting on May 20. Maharashtra will witness voting in 13 constituencies, including six in Mumbai.

The Great Khali faced criticism on social media following a video that depicted him lifting Jyoti Amge, the world's shortest woman, with one hand. The viral clip shows Khali seated on a sofa while holding Amge, who is seen giggling throughout. Despite her apparent amusement, viewers condemned Khali's actions as disrespectful. Comments expressed sentiments such as "Put that grown woman down," and "She is a person; why treat her like a toy?" Jyoti Amge, measuring 62.8 cm, holds the Guinness World Record for the shortest living woman and has appeared on shows like "Bigg Boss 6" and "American Horror Story: Freak Show."

Delhi and North India are currently experiencing severe heatwaves, with temperatures soaring to 45-47°C. Such extreme heat poses risks of heatstroke, dehydration, and other serious health complications, including damage to vital organs like the brain, heart, and kidneys. It's imperative to remain indoors during peak heat hours and stay adequately hydrated with water, fruits, vegetables, and other fluids. Dr. Tushar Tayal from CK Birla Hospital warns that exposure to temperatures above 45°C can overwhelm the body's ability to regulate temperature, potentially leading to heatstroke. Symptoms of heatstroke include high body temperature, confusion, and seizures. Immediate medical attention is crucial to prevent severe health repercussions.

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