The meme contained photographs of Modi, US president Donald Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May engaged in a conversation.
Calling the Congress a 'dynastic party', the chief minister wondered why there was so much fuss over Rahul Gandhi's election since after Sonia Gandhi, her son had to take the post of the party president.
The constituency fell vacant after the death of sitting member and then Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa on December 5 last year.
Targeting the prime minister over the delay in summoning Parliament, Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge alleged that democracy has suffered a "big jolt" under the Modi government.
The opposition party alleged the Modi government is working under its model of "bypass, bulldoze and betray", which is an "attack on democracy".
Kumar said that the opposition party is suffering from "selective amnesia" as during the Congress-led UPA rule, the winter session was held in December in 2008 and 2013.
On the night of Sunday, Congress released its first list of 77 candidates for Gujarat elections with only three tickets for Patider leaders of PAAS, triggering the organisation to bolt into vehement protests at several places in the state.
Shah also took a jibe at Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, saying his visits to Gujarat had increased as he thought the state was a "tourist spot".
Many people termed British rule "divine dispensation' during the colonial era, the Sena recalled in an editorial in its mouthpiece Saamana.
The chief minister's remarks come a day after the Congress Working Committee cleared the decks for Rahul Gandhi's elevation as party president.
Shah, who was in Bhavnagar to accompany state BJP Chief Jitu Vaghani as the latter filed his nomination papers for the upcoming Assembly Elections, claimed that the battle would be fought between BJP’s 'Vikaswaad' (politics of development) and 'Jatiwaad' (politics of caste).
The 47-year-old leader of one India's oldest political parties, has been campaigning since 2012 without much success.
"No one has the right to take the law into own hands whether it is Sanjay Leela Bhansali or anyone else," the chief minister said. "I feel that if those threatening (the actors of the film) are guilty, Bhansali is no less guilty," he told reporters here. The chief minister said if there is any action, "it will be against both the sides."
Patel was slated to hold a press conference in Ahmedabad on Tuesday morning to clear his stand over Congress’ quota proposal for the Patidars and announce if the community would extend support to the party.
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Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar on Tuesday said the Cabinet Committee on Parliamentary Affairs will soon meet to finalise the dates of the Winter Session.
Prominent candidates who filed their nominations today included Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani (Rajkot West), senior BJP leader Dilip Sanghani (Dhari) and senior Congress leader Paresh Dhanani.
Bhikhabhai Joshi replaces Amit Thummar in Junagadh, Jaish Patel replaces Kiran Thakor in Bharuch, Ashok Jirawala will contest from Kamrej in place of Nilesh Kumbani and Dhirubhai Gajera is the new candidate for the Varachha Road seat in place of Prafulbhai C Togadiya.
The party released a list of 40 campaigners, which includes OBC leader Alpesh Thakor, who recently joined the Congress.
Rahul Gandhi, who is currently the party's vice president, is expected to be the sole candidate in the December election, which means he will most likely be elected unopposed.
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The BJP on Monday took a swipe at Rahul Gandhi's imminent elevation as Congress chief, saying the top post of that party is reserved only for one family while even booth-level workers have become BJP presidents.
The government on Monday effected a significant bureaucratic rejig, appointing 20 joint secretaries across various departments.
The defence ministry will launch a mega campaign on social media from December 1-7 to encourage people to wear the armed forces' flag to show their support and solidarity with the military.
A day after the video of Maharashtra Water Conservation Minister Ram Shinde peeing by the roadside surfaced, the Congress on Monday took a dig demanding that he be appointed as the "brand ambassador" of the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan for the state.