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He invoked Lord Shankar and said he was given the power to tolerate the "poison".Thestatement hinted to the comment made by the Congress warning Vaghelanot to "play any politics" under the guise of his birthday celebrations infront of his supporters and legislators File image of Shankersinh Vaghela PTI In response Vaghela on Thursday evening said "Whoever wants to come can come and whoever does not should not A party has the right to stop its workers and workers have the right to decide what they want to do They are not bonded labourers" In his speech at the rally Vaghela said "Don’t know what my party thought I’d say" IANS reported that he added that he was also told that his public utterances would not be tolerated by the party any further Times Now reported that the Congress party categorically refuted these claims of Vaghela of being expelled Vaghela has been passively showing his displeasure for the party for a while now NDTV Khabar reported thatVaghela had allegedly unfollowed RahulGandhi’s Twitter account recently The report went on to add that the rebel leader had heldmeetings with Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief Amit Shah He also revealed in the speech that he had met Congress president Sonia Gandhi a fews days before making the announcement "A few days back I met Sonia ji in person I told her that I will not break her trust by joining BJP" he said at the rally The rumours related to Shah could cause issues with the Congress during the upcoming Gujarat Legislative Assembly elections According to NDTV Vaghela had quit the BJP 17 years agoand merged his RJP with the Congress However he still shares the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) connection with Shah and Prime Minister Narendra Modi Vaghela dismissed the BJP rumours in his speech as well According to News18 Vaghela allegedly wanted to be chief minsiterial candidate in 2016 but it didn’t pan out and Congress went forVijay Rupani for the position a decision that still leaves some resentment for the Congress leader This resentment poured out in his speech when questioned "What kind of organisation are you running.who will stay if it goes on like this" He further added "Revolt is in my blood I don’t care what loss I have to bear I cannot see injustice happening" This event similar to another event held by Vaghelain the Gandhinagar Town Hall last month was attended by scores of his supporters minus legislators Friday’sevent displayed averitable show of strength with MLAs of the Congress two of Nationalist Congress Party and one of the Janata Dal-United attending the event Watch the full speech below: With inputs from agencies McKayla Maroney was molested “hundreds” of times by former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar the Olympic gold medal-winning gymnast said on Wednesday File image of McKayla Maroney AFP Maroney a member of the victorious USteam at the 2012 London Olympics told Today Show’s Savannah Guthrie that the abuse by Nassar started at her first meeting with him when she was 13 and continued for years afterwards Nassar pleaded guilty to molesting female athletes under the guise of medical treatment and was sentenced this year to life in prison “He told me he was going to do a check-up on me and that was the first day I was abused” Maroney 22 told Guthrie “He said that nobody would understand this and the sacrifice that it takes to get to the Olympics so you can’t tell people this” “He didn’t say it in a way that was mean or anything like that” Maroney added “I actually was like ‘That makes sense I don’t want to tell anybody about this’ And I didn’t believe that they would understand” In an interview with NBC news program Dateline airing on Sunday Maroney opens up about the years of abuse by Nassar Bela and Martha Karolyi the former USA Gymnastics national team coordinators will also speak for the first time about the sex abuse scandal Authorities say Nassar victimized more than 260 women including several of Maroney’s Olympic teammates Nearly 200 of 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installation in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan on Dec 16 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters A US soldier from the 3rd Cavalry Regiment is watched as he fires a squad automatic weapon during a training mission near forward operating base Gamberi in the Laghman province of Afghanistan on Dec 15 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters US soldiers in Dragon Company of the 3rd Cavalry Regiment watch rounds explode downrange during a mortar exercise near forward operating base Gamberi in the Laghman province of Afghanistan on Dec 26 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters A US soldier from the 3rd Cavalry Regiment uses the optic on his rifle to observe Afghans in the distance near forward operating base Gamberi in the Laghman province of Afghanistan Dec 15 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters US soldiers from the 3rd Cavalry Regiment interact with men selected to be biometrically screened near forward operating base Gamberi in the Laghman province of Afghanistan on Dec 14 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters Humvees for the Afghan National Army are lined up waiting for repair parts at the Afghan National Army headquarters for the 203rd Corps in the Paktia province of Afghanistan on Dec 21 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters Brigadier General Christopher Bentley (2nd R) and US soldiers from the 3rd Cavalry Regiment take part in a Christmas Eve celebration on forward operating base Gamberi in the Laghman province of Afghanistan on Dec 24 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters A US soldier from the 3rd Cavalry Regiment relaxes in his quarters after taking part in a mortar exercise on forward operating base Gamberi in the Laghman province of Afghanistan on Dec 24 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters US soldiers play volleyball at forward operating base Fenty in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan on Dec 21 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters US soldiers from the 3rd Cavalry Regiment wait in line to get food during a Christmas day lunch at forward operating base Gamberi in the Laghman province of Afghanistan on Dec 25 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters US soldiers from the 3rd Cavalry Regiment greet their Afghan police counterparts during an advising mission near Jalalabad in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan on Dec 20 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters US soldiers from the 3rd Cavalry Regiment fire a 120mm mortar during an exercise on forward operating base Gamberi in the Laghman province of Afghanistan on Dec 24 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters US soldiers from the 3rd Cavalry Regiment listen to a translation of an advising meeting at an Afghan National Army base near forward operating base Gamberi in the Laghman province of Afghanistan on Dec 13 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters A US soldier from Grim Company of the 3rd Cavalry Regiment sits in an MRAP vehicle as he prepares for an early morning mission at Forward Operating Base Fenty in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan on Dec 19 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters A mortar flies out of a tube during a mortar exercise for US soldiers in Dragon Company of the 3rd Cavalry Regiment near forward operating base Gamberi in the Laghman province of Afghanistan on Dec 26 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters Lieutenant Charles McDonald prepares a platoon of US soldiers from Grim Company of the 3rd Cavalry Regiment before an early morning mission at Forward Operating Base Fenty in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan on Dec 19 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters US soldiers from the 3rd Cavalry Regiment watch "Die Hard" projected onto an outdoor wall as part of Christmas Day celebrations on forward operating base Gamberi in the Laghman province of Afghanistan on Dec 25 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters US soldiers from the 3rd Cavalry Regiment take part in an artillery exercise on forward operating base Gamberi in the Laghman province of Afghanistan on Dec 24 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters US soldiers from Grim Company of the 3rd Cavalry Regiment walk down the street near an Afghan police checkpoint during a mission near Forward Operating Base Fenty in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan on Dec 19 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters A US soldier from the 3rd Cavalry Regiment walks through an Afghan police station near Jalalabad in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan on Dec 20 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters US soldiers from the 3rd Cavalry Regiment prepare for a mission at Forward Operating Base Fenty in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan on Dec 20 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters US soldiers from the 3rd Cavalry Regiment load into a CH-47 Chinook helicopter for an advising mission to an Afghan National Army base at forward operating base Fenty in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan on Dec 21 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters A US soldier from D Troop of the 3rd Cavalry Regiment carries a backpack to a shipping container during preparations for leaving Afghanistan at forward operating base Gamberi in the Laghman province of Afghanistan on Dec 28 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters 1 of 25 Advertisement Write to Mark Thompson at [email protected] Lawmakers yesterday introduced a proposal to make scientific papers 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