The meeting was attended by Union Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh, Minister of State for Agriculture Krishna Raj, BJP general secretary P Muralidhar Rao, Kisan Morcha vice-president Shailendra Sengar, among others.
The BJP's latest attempts will definitely provide fresh momentum to the cadre. The young cadre in Kannur, Kasargode and Wayanad districts who descended in large numbers in Kannur have been enthusiastic.
President Ramnath Kovind appointed Banwarilal Purohit, former BJP member of the Lok Sabha and a veteran of Maharashtra politics, the Governor of Tamil Nadu, moving him to Chennai from Guwahati, where he had been Governor of Assam since August 2016.
“If you see, some of the landmark reforms that this government has brought in are unprecedented — something like GST, which was never imagined possible in a country of the size and scale of India," said Piyush Goyal.
Party sources said while the Prime Minister is expected to assure people that by 2019, the economy will be in a “healthy” condition the resolution will applaud the two crucial measures taken by the BJP-led government — demonetisation and GST.
Till mid-June this year, the state oil companies had been used to revise prices fortnightly to align them with international rates and factor in fluctuation of currency rates. From June 15, daily revision mechanism has been introduced.
Amit Shah, who is scheduled to visit Bihar in November, met the BJP’s state core committee members on Thursday and gave specific instructions that the party would have its members to oversee electioneering in all the booths.
Dalits were also upset with the government after the flogging in Una over skinning of a dead cow in 2016. OBC leader Alpesh Thakor, founder of the OSS (OBC, SC and ST) Ekta March, had also threatened a stir against the government and started campaigning among the farmer community.
Speaking to The Indian Express, Union Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said, “We will consider the issue in a structured manner. Prima facie, the court has categorically held it unconstitutional and illegal... It is a great dawn for women in the country."
The SC set aside the practice of instant triple talaq saying it was violative of Article 14 and 21 of the Indian Constitution. "It was a long awaited demand of Muslim women to live their life with dignity. The judgment definitely protect their fundamental rights which is identified in the constitution," said Bhupender Yadav
During the meeting of CMs and deputy CMs at the party headquarters here, Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked them to learn from Shah, who has undertaken a nation-wide tour to highlight the 17 welfare schemes of the government in the form of a ‘Sushasan Yatra’