“They (the BJP) have no experience of running the country. They can make governments fall, but not make the country. They can break the nation but not unite it,” said Congress leader Kapil Sibal.
“The truth will never be silenced. Gauri Lankesh lives on in our hearts. My condolences and love to her family. The culprits have to be punished,” Rahul Gandhi said on Twitter.
The counsel, said the group had an alternate payment plan to offer and requested the court to put the auctioning process for Aamby Valley in Pune on hold. On July 25, the apex court had asked Roy to deposit Rs 1,500 crore in the Sebi-Sahara account, for repaying depositors, by September 7.
Congress leader Kapil Sibal, while speaking in the Rajya Sabha, also alleged that the present environment has nothing to do with vigilantism but the prime minister was “creating such environment”. Sibal said the year 2017 has witnessed maximum violence.
Taking a pot shot at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Kapil Sibal said, “Whenever this government has taken a big step that changes the basic economic structure of the country, the people are upset and the prime minister travels abroad.”
Central issue is not finality and manner of divorce, but inability of law, society to support women after it
The bench is hearing seven petitions, including five filed by Muslim women, challenging the practice of triple talaq, polygamy and nikah halala.
“If there are no arrangements in place, then how will this dream realise?” said Kapil Sibal
Talking about the annual report of the RBI for 2015-16, the Congress spokesperson said, “2,203 crore pieces of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 notes need to be printed, but till now how many crore have been printed?”
BSP’s Satish Chandra Misra and Ashok Siddharth and BJP’s Shiv Pratap Shukla won too.
The 29-MLA Congress suffered a jolt with Sibal getting only 25 first preference votes despite 8-member RLD committing four votes each to Congress and SP.
Congress MLA Ajay Kumar ‘Lallu’ accuses cops of ‘vendetta’, gets bail in 4 cases.
The Congress has called a party legislators’ meet at Vidhan Bhawan to discuss its preparations for the voting.
Former Union minister Kapil Sibal expresses concern over change of textbooks in schools and the idea of a Vedic board, justifies his party’s defence of Robert Vadra, says investigating agencies have become tools in government hands, and admits that while Congress needs reforms, Bengal results are good news
With nomination papers of all 12 candidates being found valid after scrutiny Wednesday, polling will be held on June 11 to fill 11 vacant RS seats from UP.