There are 6 crorepati ministers in the newly elected Tripura Assembly. Out of the 9 ministers, 6 are crorepatis says a report by the Association for Democratic Reforms. The average assets stand at Rs 2.83 crore.
All eyes would on the Lok Sabha next week when it takes up a no confidence motion against the ruling BJP government at the Centre. The BJP would have no problem in defeating this motion as it has the majority on its own without the support of the alliance partners.
Money power is perceived to play a major role in the upcoming Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018. In a bid to curb the role of money power, the Income Tax authorities would have dedicated teams in the state to keep a close watch.
A few years back major protests broke out in Bhadrachalam. The protests erupted owing to mass conversions of the Lambani tribe by Madrasas in this town at Telangana.
New Delhi: Hours after Chandrababu Naidu-led Telugu Desam Party (TDP) walked out of NDA government, the BJP on Friday said that TDP’s exit was a timely opportunity for the saffron party to grow in Andhra Pradesh.
A tweet by senior Congressman, Veerappa Moily has raised eyebrows. While slamming the process in which candidates are selected, he came down heavily on the role of money power in politics.
The Uttar Pradesh by-election results have come as a shock for the BJP. The Gorakhpur and Phulpur Lok Sabha constituencies were bagged by the Samajwadi Party which was in an understanding with the BSP.
11 out the 12 ministers in the newly elected Nagaland assembly are crorepatis. A report prepared by the Association for Democratic Reforms states that the average assets of the 12 ministers are at Rs 7.86 crore.
The BJP suffered shock defeats in Gorakhpur and Phulpur. The Samajwadi Party bagged both these seats in the Uttar Pradesh by-elections. It was clear that the support from the BSP helped the SP a great deal in beating the BJP.
Bengaluru: Even as the Congress and BJP battle it out in Karnataka, it would have a contest not just from the JD(S), but the Aam Aadmi Party as well. The AAP has thrown its hat into the election ring once again and would contest all 28 seats from Bangalore.