BREAKING NEWS IN HINDI LIVE: Monday, June 6, Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand A horrific road accident discussion, in which 26 people from Pana in Madhya Pradesh were killed. The bus left for Chardham Yatra. And today is the anniversary of Operation Blue Star. Punjab is already on alert. The big news today in terms of health is that cases of Noro virus have been found in Kerala. At the same time, cases of corona infection are on the rise again. Read today’s breaking news here (Breaking News in Hindi Live) and watch pictures – videos

Mumbai: Salman Khan’s security was beefed up after the threat.

Maharashtra Home Department has beefed up security for actor Salman Khan and his father Saleem Khan. Security has been beefed up following a threatening letter sent on Saturday. The letter, addressed to Salman Khan and his father, threatened that his condition would be similar to that of Musa Wala. Let me tell you that recently Punjabi singer Sadhu Musa Wala was killed. Lawrence Vishnui, a prisoner in Tihar Jail, has admitted that Sadhu Musa Wala was killed by his own gang.

Video: Twelve slogans in favor of Khalistan were chanted at the Golden Temple in Amritsar.

On Monday morning, a crowd gathered at the entrance of the Golden Temple in Amritsar. With swords in their hands, they chanted slogans in favor of Khalistan. In their hands were posters of pure separatist General Bhindranwale. Watch the video

Delhi: Raids on Stinder Jain’s hideouts

In the money laundering case, Delhi Health Minister Stander Jain’s troubles are not going away. The Enforcement Directorate on Monday (June 6) raided Delhi Minister Stander Jain, who was arrested as part of a money laundering probe. Authorities said raids were being carried out on Jain’s residential premises and some other places in Delhi. Stander Jane, 57, who was arrested on May 30 under the criminal provisions of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, is in the custody of the Enforcement Directorate until June 9.

In Delhi and elsewhere, the Enforcement Directorate raided the premises of Stander Jain's residence.