This would be the first major street protest by the party, under fire from the BJP and the government over the chopper deal and the Ishrat Jahan affidavit controversy, in over a year.
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“Made a serious blunder by travelling in a odd number car to Parliament … Sorry to Arvind ji n Delhiite…(sic),” Rawal tweeted.
Congress coined the term ‘saffron terror’ and linked an entire community and a portion of the flag to terror. They should apologise: BJP
In Dehradun, there was lack of clarity on whether the High Court direction for a floor test meant that President’s rule had been stayed and the Rawat government restored.
The Lok Sabha secretariat informed The Indian Express under the RTI Act that 14 of 45 Congress MPs are yet to make their declarations, including Captain Amarinder Singh, the Punjab Congress chief.
BJP leader Subramanian Swamy had written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, demanding that Rahul Gandhi be stripped of his Indian citizenship.
The bill will establish state-level authorities called Real Estate Regulatory Authorities (RERAs).
Seeking to embarrass the government in Rajya Sabha, the Congress issued a whip asking all its members in Rajya Sabha to be present during the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s reply.
Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said adequate security will be given to Kanhaiya Kumar.
“The erstwhile UPA government tried to evolve consensus on the issue for 10 years and the present dispensation is continuing that effort,” Naidu said.
It was good to hear the Prime Minister speak in the Lok Sabha last week. Not just because he made a good speech but because we need to hear him a lot more and his rabidly Hindutva ministers a lot less.
In his reply to discussion on President’s address, PM Modi invoked Nehru, Indira and Rajiv, as well as Stalin and Khruschev.
A day after Rahul Gandhi hit out at the Modi government, Prime Minister Modi hit right back, invoking Congress leaders Rajiv Gandhi and Indira Gandhi.
MoS Ram Shankar Katheria made controversial comments at a condolence meeting organised over the death of a VHP worker.