With the dropping of seniors from parliamentary board, BJP’s transition to Modi-Shah era is complete.
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The party said the BJP has put its veterans in an old-age home and claimed it indicated centralisation of power in one hand.
Manish Tewari said the development marks the “process of centralisation of power” in one hand.
Amit Shah completes transition in party, puts veterans in new ‘mentors panel’
Shah may find it difficult to lead this panel, given he would be the junior-most among them.
Advani felt there was a “sense of accountability and responsibility” in the speeches delivered during Saturday’s conclave.
Rahul was in the forefront in making the demand and even entered the Well of the House.
Advani was at the hospital for about 40 minutes.
In 1984, the last time a single party secured a majority in Lok Sabha, the Congress had 415 MPs.
The BJP stalwart said central government will be required to take certain hard decisions, especially on the economic front.
L K Advani compares PM Narendra Modi to a Test batsmen who scored a triple-century on debut.
Short of space, jails dept reminds PWD of proposal for detention centres.
“Advaniji was Deputy PM and it would not have been proper had he been made the Speaker,” said Gadkari.
He had participated in demonstrations there on June 2 and was involved in the subsequent alleged assault of a govt official.