New Delhi, June 12: With the power corridors of Delhi abuzz with a chance of a Cabinet reshuffle at the Centre, sources say that the process is likely to begin in the third week of June.
There have been several meetings of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah and BJP president, J P Nadda and the leaders are understood to have discussed the Cabinet reshuffle. Ads by
New Delhi, June 12: The Shiromani Akali Dal and the BSP will fight the 2022 Punjab elections together. The two sides announced that they would fight future elections together as well.
We will work to end corruption and scams under Congress’ leadership. The current govt is anti-Dalits and anti-farmers while we will work for everyone’s welfare and development, BSP MP Satish Mishra said.
New Delhi, June 10: Jitin Prasada is the latest from the Congress to join the BJP. This is the second jolt that the Congress received after Jyotiraditya Scindia quit the Congress and joined the BJP.
Following Prasada’s exit, the social media was flooded with questions when the next to move into the BJP would be Milind Deora and Sachin Pilot. The questions were obvious as the Deora and Pilot are having their own share of problems with the Congress. When Rahul Gandhi took over as the party president, it was expected that he would promote the younger generation of leaders. It was meant to be a generation shift in the party, but with the old guard sitting tight, it has become a case of generations shifting.
New Delhi, June 08: In the recently concluded assembly elections, the Congress had the maximum number of deserters. In all there were 60 candidates and 51 MLAs who had switched parties says a report by the Association for Democratic Reforms.
Elections were held in Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Kerala, Assam and Puducherry, the results of which were declared on May 2.In the recently concluded assembly elections, the Congress had the maximum number of deserters. In all there were 60 candidates and 51 MLAs who had switched parties says a report by the Association for Democratic Reforms.
New Delhi, June 07: A storm has erupted on the social media after former Prasar Bharti CEO Jawhar Sirkcar shared a morphed image of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The image shared by Sircar showed Prime Minister Narendra Modi bowing before Nita Ambani. “Wish fellow parliamentarians and others in politics also received such courtesy and bonhomie-from their permanently-scowling PM. In a mature democracy, we would know the two way relationship, favours, transactions. Some day, history will tell us.”