New Delhi, July 20: For the BJP, the no-confidence is about everything, but the numbers. It has the support of over 300 MPs and individually, it boasts of 273 members in Parliament.
New Delhi, July 19: The BJP faces a crucial test on Friday as Lok Sabha takes up th no-confidence motion. The trust vote was brought by the TDP and opposition parties, with Speaker Sumitra Mahajan admitting the notice.
New Delhi, July 19: The BJP faces a test in Parliament on Friday and the party says it will easily clear the hurdle. The no-confidence motion moved by the opposition will be taken up on Friday in Parliament.
New Delhi, July 17: The elections to the post of Deputy Chairman of the Rajya Sabha would be an interesting one. The BJP would like to elect its own candidate and occupy five constitutional posts that include the President of India, Prime Minister, vice-president and Lok Sabha speaker.
Bengaluru, June 30: The growing disillusionment within the Congress has got the BJP in overdrive mode in Karnataka. The fresh round of dissent was caused by none other than former Chief Minister, Siddaramaiah and the BJP hopes that he would rock the boat.
With the investigating agencies zeroing in on Naved Jutt in the Shujaat Bukhari murder case, the Lashkar-e-Tayiba has denied that their man was involved in the incident.
The BJP has pulled out of the coalition with the PDP in Jammu and Kashmir. There is plenty of course correction involved and the BJP would be hoping to fix it. While on one hand the law and order situation would need to be brought under control, on the other the BJP would also have in mind its core vote bank in the state which had backed it to the hilt in the previous elections.
The meeting between BJP chief, Amit Shah and Udhav Thackeray, the Shiv Sena boss was a closely watched one. The meeting was part of the BJP’s outreach programme ahead of the crucial 2019 elections in which it takes on a joint opposition.
Back in the month of January 2017, the residence of BJP leader Krishna Bhattacharya in Uttarapura was bombed by workers of the Trinamool Congress. The same month TMC workers had attacked the BJP’s office in Kolkata.
The BJP finally managed to win the Palghar seat in Maharashtra. The battle was a closely watched one as alliance partners BJP and Shiv Sena. The BJP however tamed the tiger by winning the constituency by over 30,000 votes.