Live updates of the assembly election campaign in Madhya Pradesh where Congress is hoping to oust the Shivraj Singh Chouhan-led government. BJP has been in power in MP for 15 years
FM Jaitley was addressing a 'Prabuddhjan Sammelan' (intellectuals' meet) organised by the BJP, which was attended by doctors, lawyers, businessmen and other professionals
The Congress, in its manifesto for the November 28 Madhya Pradesh Assembly polls, talks about commercial production of "gaumutra" (cow urine) and "kanda" (cowdung cakes).
Reacting to the BJP manifesto in a series of tweets, state Congress chief Kamal Nath said there is nothing new in the document which only rehashes old unfulfilled promises
Kansa and Shakuni are two popular 'maternal uncles' from the Hindu mythology, who are mostly seen as negative characters.
Addressing a rally in Deori town in Sagar district of poll-bound Madhya Pradesh, he also termed demonetisation as the "biggest ever scam" of the country.
The highest number of 34 candidates will lock horns in Mehgaon constituency in Bhind district, while the lowest number of four nominees will battle it out in Gunnor seat in Panna district
In the video, Kamal Nath is purportedly seen telling a group of Muslims to be cautious about the RSS' campaign and that his party will deal it with after the Assembly polls
For its part, the BJP said the matter was being investigated by the Economic Offences Wing (EOW) of the state police
The measure was being taken as part of efforts to ensure free and fair elections.
Congress has been attacking the Chouhan government over its alleged involvement in the scam
Around 89 percent of the Bills were passed within a week of introduction
Sameeksha Gupta alleged that the BJP had forsaken the ideology of Deendayal Upadhyay and Shyama Prasad Mukherjee and embraced dynastic politics
Travel allowances paid to the MLAs alone accounted for Rs 34.03 crore
The family of Fatima Siddique, testing electoral waters for the first time, has strong links with the Congress
Earlier in the day, state Congress chief Kamal Nath accused BJP of "distorting" the RSS reference in his party's manifesto to divert public attention
Shah asked the party workers in Madhya Pradesh to work not merely for a win but for such a massive victory that it would send a chill down the spines of the BJP's rivals on the day of counting of votes.
His statement comes a day after BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra, party vice president Prabhat Jha and MP unit chief Rakesh Singh lashed out at the Congress for being "opposed to Lord Ram and the RSS".
The state has a 230-member Assembly and sources from both parties believe that these rebels could prove to be the decisive factor in 30-odd seats.
In its manifesto titled 'Vachan Patra', the Congress also promised a minimum support price (MSP) for crops.
With the latest announcement, the name of just one Congress candidate for the Manpur seat is awaited.
The party has reposed faith in 11 sitting MLAs by renominating them from the respective seats they won in 2013.
The polls for the 230-member state assembly will be held on November 28. Counting of votes will take place on December 11.
State BSP president Pradeep Ahirwar said the party will vastly improve its tally and win 32 seats, and can even think of heading the next government
The party has so far declared names of 171 candidates for the Madhya Pradesh assembly elections