Sunday’s Breaking News: A small private plane crashed into the airspace of President Joe Biden’s Delaware home on Saturday. Due to which the President and his wife had to be removed from their residence for some time. The White House said there was no immediate threat to President Biden or his family and called for immediate action. After reviewing the situation, Biden and his wife, Jill Rehobooth, returned to their home on the beach. The Secret Service said the plane was removed from the restricted area immediately after entering airspace. The agency said it would meet with the pilot. According to the preliminary investigation, the pilot was not on the correct radio channel. He was also not following the established aviation guidelines. The Federal Aviation Administration announced flight restrictions on the president’s departure from Washington.
Terrorist Waliullah convicted in Varanasi blasts
In a series of bomb blasts in Varanasi on March 7, 2006, the court convicted the terrorist Waliullah in two cases and acquitted him in one case for lack of evidence. The sentencing hearing is scheduled for June 6. Waliullah is a resident of Nalkop Colony, Phulpur, Prayag Raj. The first bomb blast in Varanasi took place at the Sanktmochan Temple at 6.15 pm. 15 minutes later, at 6.30 am, a cooker bomb was found near the railing of Jammu railway gate in Dashaswamedh Ghat police station area. It was disabled by the police. Five minutes later, at 6:35 a.m., an explosion occurred in front of a first-class restroom at Varanasi-Kent railway station. A total of 16 people were killed and 76 injured in the two blasts. Lawyers in Varanasi had refused to represent Waliullah. On December 24, 2006, the case was transferred to Ghaziabad for hearing on the order of the High Court.