Current Affairs 1st June 2016 – GK Today

Current Affairs 2016

General knowledge Today, main points:
• The unexpected blaze at army’s largest ammunition in Pulgaon!
• Modi is a PM, not an emperor: Sonia Gandhi
• BJP’s is planning something new for the assembly poll of UP in 2017
• NDA government will return in 2019 with a greater majority: Amit Shah
• IAS officer gets show cause notice for commenting against PM
• HAL’s indigenous trainer aircraft makes it first flight smoothly.
• Kohli’s dismissal was the turning point of IPL final: Gambhir

Current affairs of 1st June 2016, elaborations:
National Current Affairs
The unexpected blaze at army’s largest ammunition in Pulgaon!
An unexpected massive fire has taken place in one of the sheds at the country’s biggest arms depot in Pulgaon on the 31 May, Tuesday around midnight! The explosions were heard kilometers away from the depot, and the fire was spread rapidly. While the media emphasizes it as a sabotage involvement, the Union Defense Ministry claims that the whole incident is an accidental outbreak of fire!

Modi is a PM, not an emperor: Sonia Gandhi
The party congress president Mrs. Sonia Gandhi slams the NDA government and Indian PM Modi for making a conspiracy against her son-in-law Robert Vadra, and dares BJP to show their evidence if there are any! Mentionable here that recently a report has been claimed that Vadra has a proxy owned property in London which is quite illegal to have for an Indian citizen. In this matter, Sonia Gandhi rubbished all the rumors and criticizes PM by saying that he is only a PM, not an emperor!

NDA government will return in 2019 with a greater majority: Amit Shah
After completing the 2-year of NDA rule, the BJP party chief Mr. Amit Shah has spoken out loud about his ascertains calculating of the Lok Sabha election in 2019. In a recent interview, he claimed to the media that NDA government has done a great job in past 2 years, and so will going to happen for the next 3 years too! Consequently, there is no doubt that NDA government will return in power with a greater majority in the election of 2019!

Persons in News
IAS officer gets show cause notice for commenting against PM
Again a social networking site causes a political issue that turns into a controversial outcome! An IAS official named Ajay Singh Gangwar, who is a district collector, praised Jawaharlal Nehru in a post on Facebook, and advocating people’s revolution against PM Modi by another post. He has got a show cause notice immediately by the MP state government after this irresponsibility!

State Current Affairs
BJP’s is planning something new for the assembly poll of UP in 2017
BJP’s master plan is revealed for the upcoming assembly poll of the state UP in 2017 to get a clear win with in the election. According to the latest news, BJP must get it caste mathematics absolutely correct if it has to win in Uttar Pradesh. Depending on the internal report of the party, BJP party chief Amit Shah has already got down to business chalking out his party’s tactics to win in this crucial assembly poll.

HAL’s indigenous trainer aircraft makes it first flight smoothly.
Hindustan Aeronautics Limited’s indigenous trainer Aircraft makes its very first flight on 31st May, Tuesday from New Delhi. According to the report, the flight named Hindustan Turbo Trainer-40 has made its maiden flight after much delay, though the attempt was made in a smooth and clear way. The IAF has already committed to purchasing at least 70 aircraft with the similar attribute.

Sports Current Affairs
Kohli’s dismissal was the turning point of IPL final: Gambhir
Several cricketers and cricket experts have been validating the cause of the unfortunate loose of the RCB in the latest IPL tournament 2016 against the SRH. Recently the current captain of the KKR team, Mr. Goutam Gambhir has declared a valid reason behind this loose, and claimed that the fateful dismissal of the RCB captain Virat Kohli is the vital reason of this historical defeat!

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