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Amit Shah asks party workers to work for 18 hours a day

BJP President Amit Shah today asked party workers and leaders in Rajasthan to work for 18 hours a day for the next few months to ensure its victory in the upcoming Assembly and the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Party sources said, Mr Shah gave this message to the party workers at the concluding session of … Continue reading Amit Shah asks party workers to work for 18 hours a day

Chandan Mitra, 4 Congress MLAs in the West Bengal join TMC

AMN Former Rajya Sabha Member of the BJP, Chandan Mitra and four Congress MLAs in the West Bengal Assembly have joined the ruling TMC in presence of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee yesterday. Mr Mitra had resigned from the BJP a few days ago. All of them joined the TMC at its annual Martyrs’ Day rally … Continue reading Chandan Mitra, 4 Congress MLAs in the West Bengal join TMC

Vasundhara Raje will be BJP’s face for Assembly elections in Rajasthan

AMN / JAIPUR Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje will be BJP’s Chief Ministerial candidate for the upcoming Assembly elections in the state. Party President Amit Shah said that the Assembly elections will be contested under Ms Raje’s leadership and she will again become the Chief Minister with a thumping majority. Mr Shah was addressing the … Continue reading Vasundhara Raje will be BJP’s face for Assembly elections in Rajasthan

Sonia exudedes confidence about the no-confidence motion

WEB DESK /New Delhi Congress leader Sonia Gandhi has exuded confidence about the no-confidence motion as the party argued that it would use the debate to corner the government on its failures, ranging from foreign policy to women’s security. Asked about the fate of the motion given that numbers are in the government’s favour in … Continue reading Sonia exudedes confidence about the no-confidence motion

Rahul constitutes CWC, take New Faces in the apex body of party

AMN / NEW DELHI CONGRESS president Rahul Gandhi today constituted the Congress Working Committee CWC. Veterans leaders such as Digvijay Singh, Janardan Dwivedi, Kamal Nath, Sushilkumar Shinde and Karan Singh have been dropped from the party’s highest decision-making body. In the working committee named a few months after he took over as party chief, Mr … Continue reading Rahul constitutes CWC, take New Faces in the apex body of party

Alliance with JD(U) intact in Bihar: Amit Shah

AMN / PATNA BJP President Amit Shah Thursday said the alliance with the Janata Dal (United) is intact. Addressing a meeting of party leaders and workers in Patna, he said the Opposition is spreading rumours about strife in the NDA alliance in Bihar. Amit Shah also met JD(U) national president and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish … Continue reading Alliance with JD(U) intact in Bihar: Amit Shah

Amit Shah to visit Bihar

AMN BJP President Amit Shah will be reaching Bihar tomorrow on a day-long visit. Mr Shah would take three hectic review meetings with party officials of different wings at Patna. He will also meet Chief Minister and JD(U) national president Nitish Kumar.  Sources said it is expected that two top leaders would also initiate discussions … Continue reading Amit Shah to visit Bihar

JD(U) to contest 2019 General election as BJP allies

AMN / NEW DELHI Janata Dal (United) today made it clear that it would fight the 2019 General election along with BJP as allies. Briefing media after the meeting of party National Executive here, party Spokesperson K C Tyagi said, the decision about sharing of seats has not come up for discussion yet. He said, … Continue reading JD(U) to contest 2019 General election as BJP allies

BJP chief Amit Shah in Kerala to gear up party

AMN /Thiruvananthapuram BJP chief Amit Shah is on a one day visit to Kerala today to gear up the party for the 2019 general elections. BJP sources said, one of the main agendas of the party chief is to take stock of the preparations for the coming Parliament election and to work out strategies in … Continue reading BJP chief Amit Shah in Kerala to gear up party

Vote BJP to power in Bengal to stop Bangladeshi influx: Amit Shah

BJP President Amit Shah has said that his party’s government in Tripura has stopped infiltration from Bangladesh and will do the same in West Bengal if voted to power. Addressing a rally in Purulia yesterday, Mr. Shah said, Trinamool Congress government in West Bengal has failed in curbing infiltration and cross border smuggling of drugs. … Continue reading Vote BJP to power in Bengal to stop Bangladeshi influx: Amit Shah

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