In Kollam today for the launch of two projects, PM Modi said: “The CPM government’s conduct on Sabarimala will go down in history as the most shameful action of any government in power… We know CPM government never respected spirituality, religion… but no one thought it would turn so shameful”.
In November 2018, the Congress had sought the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) security cover for Mr Sidhu citing a “growing threat perception” to his life.
Former Congress leader Sajjan Kumar convicted on grounds of criminal conspiracy read with murder, destroying a place of worship, promoting enmity between different groups on basis of religion and doing acts prejudicial to maintenance of harmony by Delhi High Court.
Addressing a press conference Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh did not balk from acknowledging his alias as “silent” prime minister. Singh also claimed that he was not only an “accidental prime minister” of India but also the country’s “accidental ‘finance minister”.
Scoffing the Congress President Rahul Gandhi for “misleading the nation” on Rafale deal, Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani castigated Gandhi while addressing a press conference here, Rupani said Gandhi made the issue concerning national security a tool to grind the Narendra Modi government.
This time it seems Rahul Gandhi is on board an expedition for experience, which is evident from the course of action he undertook while picking up the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh. Senior leader Kamal Nath became his first preference over Jyotiraditya Scindia.
After scribing the victory for itself in Madhya Pradesh, Congress is embroiled in a new discussion for the face of Chief Minister. Kamal Nath state Congress president and frontrunner for the top job, stated that “we will campaign against the kind of GST he (Prime Minister) has brought in”.
Congress managed to make government in three out of five seats.
Telangana Rashtra Samithi led by K Chandrashekar Rao has considerably secured a leading position in Telangana according to the counting till now.
It’s Congress resurgence exactly one year after Rahul Gandhi took over as president with the party headed to victories in hinterland states of Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh.