First India Rajasthan Special Show Girohbandh Ghuspaithiye

First India hereby announces a follow-up show Girohbandh Ghuspaithiye, which takes ahead the last week’s show, Ghuspaithiyon Ke Ghere mein Jaipur.

Online PR News – 07-September-2014 – Jaipur, Rajasthan, September 5, 2014 – Jaipur, Rajasthan, September 5, 2014 – First India hereby announces a follow-up show Girohbandh Ghuspaithiye, which takes ahead the last week’s show, Ghuspaithiyon Ke Ghere mein Jaipur.

The rising regional Hindi production house, First India, will broadcast the show today, that is on Saturday, 06/09/2014, 8.30pm. In case, the viewer misses out on watching the premier show, the repeat of the same show will be aired the very next day, that is, Sunday, 9.30 pm. The channel is available throughout the desert state of Rajasthan via Den, Hathway, Citi Cable, etc.

However, if the viewer is unable to watch the repeat show as well, it will be available via the news website,

The show Girohbandh Ghuspaithiye will be anchored by the anchor, Pradeep Azad.

The programme is a special by the Special Investigation Team (SIT) team of the production house, which investigates the very common issues of crime that the state of Rajasthan faces, however, never pays heed to. The aim of SIT is to bring these issues to the front, in the knowledge of people, to make them raise their voice against such issues, spread awareness among the people of Rajasthan.

The aim of raising a voice against the rising number of Bangladeshi refugees is to try to wake up the people of Jaipur as well as the government against the increasing rate of crimes. Several investigations by the SIT of First India have led to the fact that both, the rising number of Bangladeshi refugees and the rising number of crimes in Jaipur, are proportional to each other.

On one hand, few Indians have joined ISIS, Al-Qaeda has announced an Indian wing, on the other the police had nabbed 9 IM terrorists and their aides arrested from various cities of Rajasthan, like Jodhpur, Jaipur, Ajmer, Sikar. One of these 9 terrorists was a top aide of Bhatkal, Waqas. Yet again, a few days back, an ex-IAF Wing Commander was arrested by the BSF on the suspicion of spying on the borders between India and Pakistan from Sriganganagar district.

This calls for a heightened security in the state as several investigations inform that Bangladeshi refugees have been arrested several times for organized crimes in Jaipur. However, no strict action has been taken against them. Yet, the mystery of the missing Gopal Bari Bangladeshi residents has never been solved, though a few new bastis have been found on the highways leading to Jaipur.

Statistics also inform that around 40-50,000 Bangladeshi refugees have found residence in Jaipur. The stats have also informed that each and every of the these refugees staying in our city has received their ration and Adhar cards as identification of being an Indian civilian.

The question here arises why has the government been ignoring the crimes by Bangladeshi refugees. How and what needs to be done to make Jaipur a safe place to live at?