According to an internal communication, BJP would observe a 21-day-long ‘vikas parv’, during which state-level party functionary will visit 6-7 identified “nerve centres” to highlight the achievements of the government.
Every year, two batches of the premier tri-services training academy pass out and join the Army, Navy and Air Force.
The Environment Minister said a democratic decision-making process was being followed by the Modi government and all major decisions were taken after a consultative process.
This month, NIA gave a clean chit to Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur and five others in the 2008 case.
The project to distribute free cooking gas to five crore Indian homes, headed by Pradhan’s Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, is one of the things the government wants to highlight.
In the coming months could bring some relief for the NDA government in terms of pushing its legislative agenda, especially after TMC chief Mamata Banerjee announced her support for the GST Bill.
Discussions soon got overshadowed by sloganeering against cow slaughter and chants of ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’ and ‘Gaumata ki Jai’.
“The party would not project anyone, instead the face of BJP would be projected,” said BJP state in-charge Om Mathur
The publicity plan of the government hinges on increased virtual and real interfaces between the government and the people through campaigns which would take place over several days.
“The situation in the country is grim and there is widespread resentment. Jawans are working hard to guard the borders and farmers are toiling hard in the fields,” Thackeray said.
Senior Advocate Sanjay Hegde concurred and said that “they (the NDA government) are doing what used to happen before the Bommai case.”
A total of 12 people are scheduled to retire in April. The election recently held to fill these seats afresh has resulted in a continuation of the status quo.
The premier tri-services training institute of the country, had in in 2010-11, purchased over 2,100 Thin Client computers for its cadets.
Minority insecurity, Dalit issues flagged at NDA meeting, allies complain of not being consulted on important matters.
If Modi continues to adopt policies reminiscent of Indira Gandhi’s ‘ghareebi hatao’ days, he will end up betraying the mandate he was given.