BJP Karnataka has been trolled for sharing a tweet likening Narendra Modi with Ned Stark
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The Congress accused the BJP-RSS combine of trying to "communalise" the rape-and-murder of an eight-year-old girl in Kathua in Jammu and Kashmir for "political gains", and cautioned the people against designs of the divisive forces.
All set with a poster which has pictures of B R Ambedkar, Subhas Chandra Bose and A P J Abdul Kalam, among others, the party has already begun a social media campaign.
The first such chaupal will be organised on Monday in Pratapgarh district, where the CM will review law and order situation and development projects. CM Yogi is also expected to pay a surprise visit to tehsils, police stations, hospital and slums; post this he will be meeting local public representatives as well.
Congress president Rahul Gandhi launched a nationwide campaign to safeguard the Constitution and protect the rights of Dalits and backward classes
Congress’s rally addresses the apprehensions within the Schedule Castes and Schedule Tribes against any slacking of strong bail provisions in the Prevention of Dalit Atrocities Act. It addresses any fears of reservation provisions in the Constitution being tinkered with. And issues concerning security concerns of the religious minorities.
The group, which is waiting for an approval from the Election Commission, has named their outfit “Bahujan Azad Party”.
Naidu said that the accusations laid by the Opposition on CJI Misra “indicate a mere suspicion, a conjecture or an assumption
With just five seats remaining where Congress is yet to announce candidates, the discontent ticket aspirants have no option but to try their chances in the opposition parties, especially after BSY’s 'welcome gesture'
The motion was filed by seven Opposition parties and signed by 64 MPs.
Congress candidate MBT Nagaraj, who is contesting from Hosakote on the outskirts of Bengaluru, has declared assets worth Rs 1,015 crore, up from Rs 545 crore last time.
The BJP chief was addressing the concluding session of the party's 'Mahila Morcha' national executive meeting at a private institute here.
Congress president Rahul Gandhi will tomorrow launch his party's nationwide 'Save the Constitution' campaign, aiming to highlight alleged attacks on the Constitution and Dalits under the BJP-led regime.
Badami in Bagalkote will be the second constituency from where Siddaramaiah will be contesting the May 12 Karnataka assembly polls, the other being Chamundeshwari in Mysuru.
Speaking to reporters after the closing session, Yechury said CPI(M) will chalk out its "electoral-tactical line" on the basis of state-based ground realities.
The Congress was also trying to build up "moral pressure" on the Chief Justice of India in the hope that he would step aside from judicial duty if an impeachment motion was moved against him.
Badami with a strong presence of Karubas, the community to which Siddaramaiah belongs, is seen as the second safe option for the Chief Minister.
While revealing this, Congress leader Milind Deora said his party will also need to stitch together an alliance that will not only help it win the elections but work on a long-term basis too.
Sena, ally of the BJP in the Centre and in Maharashtra, continually takes swipe at the the prime minister and his party, especially through its mouthpiece 'Saamana'.
"The opposition levels allegations that some Nirav (Modi) and (Mehul) Choksi fled abroad. We will present a fugitive economic offenders bill before the Parliament soon," he said.
Sinha made the annoucement in the presence of dissident BJP MP from Patna Saheb Shatrughan Sinha and opposition leaders like Congress' Renuka Chowdhary, Trinamool Congress' Dinesh Trivedi, rebel JD(U) leader Uday Narain Choudhary and AAP leaders Sanjay Singh and Ashutosh.
Speaking at the release of Marathi book Gof, penned by Sena's Rajya Sabha MP and Saamana executive editor Sanjay Raut, Thackeray directly addressed RSS leader Sunil Deodhar, who is credited for the BJP's victory in Tripura Assembly elections.
He said such a law will act as a deterrent to crimes against girls.
Karnataka is set to go to polls on May 12, 2018.