Criticising 100 % Foreign direct Investment (FDI) in various sectors, including defence, the Congress leaders said that it would result in more inflation.
Khatri claimed that it was “merely a courtesy call” as he wanted to “discuss local politics with Sonia Gandhi in view of the 2017 Assembly elections”.
Former BJP Punjab President Kamal Sharma has said that Rahul Gandhi will soon make ‘Congress mukt Bharat’ a reality.
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The BJP and the Congress Tuesday slammed Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, saying his legislators were not above the law and demanded their immediate disqualification. Both parties said MLAs holding the posts of parliamentary secretaries in other states have legal protection. Brandishing a list obtained from the Delhi Assembly secretariat of the rooms allotted to the […]
A Congress spokesperson confirmed that Devendra Singh would be issued show-cause notice to explain his absence.
Politics has now become an investment of money for a return like any other business, says senior party leader Niranjan Patnaik.
Nath, facing allegations of leading a mob near Gurdwara Rakabganj in Delhi during the anti-Sikh riots in 1984, is a controversial face in Punjab.
Nath told reporters, “The BJP and the SAD did not level any allegation against me in the past 32 years and the Aam Aadmi Party, which was not even born then, is levelling accusations.”
AAP leader Phoolka said Kamal Nath was the one leader, who was leading the mob at Gurudwara Rakabganj Sahib on November 1, 1984 and the mob set the Gurduwara on fire.
Asserting that their alliance will continue, CPM state secretary Surjya Kanta Mishra and 50 other party members unitedly pitched in favour of the alliance with Congress during the two-day state committee meet.
SAD, AAP invoke 1984 anti-Sikh riots to attack Congress over Nath’s appointment, Amarinder backs party’s decision.
The Congress marginally gained from the alliance in the recently-held Assembly polls in the state while the Left Front came a poor third, losing the main Opposition status to its partner.
Azad, Leader of Opposition in the Rajya Sabha, has been made in charge of Uttar Pradesh, while Nath will look after Punjab and Haryana.