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Chandigarh BJP councillors train guns at one another, parking issue takes a hit

BJP councillor Arun Sood then said that they can offer a proposal of Rs 5 and Rs 10 for two- and four-wheelers for first two hours and then up to four hours hiked rates shall be implemented. BJP councillor Asha Jaswal too favoured Sood.

Decision 2019: Chandigarh's Agrawal community writes to Amit Shah for fielding Satya Pal Jain

Three names- BJP Chief Sanjay Tandon, MP Kirron Kher and Satya Pal Jain, have been sent by the core committee to the party high command for Chandigarh ticket. The Central Election committee is yet to decide the name of the candidate.

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Chandigarh: Day before mayoral poll nominations, BJP yet to decide on candidate

With the threat of cross-voting looming over the party in a year when every election is crucial in run up to the Lok Sabha polls, the in-charge of Chandigarh affairs decided to convey the choice of candidates to senior leaders in Delhi first.

BJP’s next challenge in Chandigarh now: Cross-voting

The BJP’s official mayoral candidate Davesh Moudgil is backed by MP Kirron Kher and former MP Satya Pal Jain.

Chandigarh mayor elections: Jaswal makes a U-turn, withdraws nomination

Says changed her decision as Moudgil gave an apology letter; voting tomorrow

Transfer of Chandigarh Adviser Vijay Dev: City BJP chief speaks with ministers in Delhi to ‘find out if order can be cancelled’

Congress had alleged that the BJP had a hand in the sudden transfer of Dev because all was not well between the BJP leaders and the adviser.

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Pawan Bansal gave 'illegal favours' as minister for water resources

Bansal allegedly doled out illegal favours during his tenure from July 2011 to Oct 2012.

Bansal lacks vision for Chandigarh,says BJP

In the first meeting of newly constituted body of the Bharatiya Janata Party on Sunday,president of the Chandigarh unit of the BJP,Sanjay Tandon,said the party would create awareness about various issues pertaining to the city by launching an all-ward campaign.

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