Former Gujarat BJP minister, Maya Kodnani has filed an application in the Gujarat High Court seeking to summon 8 persons including BJP’s national president Amit Shah in the Naroda Patiya massacre case. The court directed the Supreme Court appointed Special Investigation Team to file its reply.
The ‘Panna Pramukha’, strategy is what the Bharatiya Janata Party has in store for Telangana. As per this strategy, each member of the booth committee of the party is given a page or panna of the voter list and they are told to focus on each of them. The booth member would have a sheet with 80 voters, and they in turn would have to focus only on them.
Can the Bharatiya Janata Party reach the 150 mark in the Gujarat assembly elections 2017? This is the target that the BJP chief Amit Shah has set for the forthcoming elections in Gujarat slated to be held later this year. Riding high on the success of the UP elections, Shah has set the bar very high in his home state.
The BJP is in election mode once again and this time it is battle Gujarat. The party has set a target of 150 seats and will have Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP’s national president Amit Shah and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Adityanath Yogi as the star campaigners.
With Hindutva becoming the central theme, the Congress too is likely to rope in the same strategy during the Gujarat assembly elections slated to be held at the end of this year.
Over pooris and pakoras, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah issued several guidelines to the party’s MPs. The breakfast meeting chaired by Modi issued several guidelines to the MPs that included not asking newly-elected Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath for any favours.
New Delhi, March 17: The BJP’s national president, Amit Shah handed over the responsibility of chosing the next Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister to Keshav Prasad Maurya who is the party’s chief in the state.
The name of the UP CM will be revealed at a meeting of the party at Lucknow on Saturday at 5 pm.
In the mammoth victory of the BJP in Uttar Pradesh, it is interesting to note that the Muslim vote did not count. Amit Shah, the chief of the BJP said that it is time to move beyond Hindu-Muslim politics in a press conference that he addressed on Saturday.
The BJP is looking to overthrow a Congress government of 15 years in the state which goes to polls on March 4 and 8.
In a bid too connect with the voter, the BJP’s national president Amit Shah has embarked upon a door-to-door campaign.
“Politics of performance will begin in Uttar Pradesh, said BJP president Amit Shah before be released the part’s manifesto for Uttar Pradesh assembly polls 2017. In a clear attempt to assure the locals of Uttar Pradesh that development of the local population will be its aim, the BJP manifesto promised to check migration and acknowledged changing demographics of Uttar Pradesh.