New Delhi, Aug 27: The Congress faced yet another crisis after 23 senior sought for an introspection.
A stormy meeting of the Congress Working Committee was held and Sonia Gandhi was asked to continue as the interim president until a new leader is elected. Is the crisis over or is there is more to come?
OneIndia caught up with leading psephologist, Dr. Sandeep Shastri to discuss the issue.
New Delhi, Apr 24: Communication is key in these times and Prime Minister, Narendra Modi has got it right during his addresses to the nation.
The lockdown was extremely important to contain the spread of coronavirus and over the past few weeks another positive trend that we have noticed is the increasing consultation between the Centre and the states, says leading political scientist, Dr. Sandeep Shastri.
New Delhi, Apr 24: Maharashtra is facing one of its worst crisis in handling the coronavirus spread. The state tops the national number and the spread of the infection in Dharavi, Asia”s largest slum is not making matters easy either.
The Congress seems to be unable to come out of its stupor. Given the resignation of Jyotiraditya Scindia, it’s only natural to think that many other leaders will follow suit.
Bengaluru: Do we see the resignation of Jyotiraditya Scindia as a case in isolation or is it the start of a procession in the Congress?
There is already talk that the likes of Sachin Pilot and Milind Deora may follow suit, although both have denied such claims. In Scindia, the Congress lost one of its most prominent faces and this makes it clear that the party is in doldrums and it is highly doubtful that it would be able to pull itself out of this slump anytime soon.
MyNation caught up with leading psephologist, Dr Sandeep Shastri to discuss the ongoing political crisis. He says that these incidents only go on to show the volume of drift within the Congress.
New Delhi, Feb 13: Will Arvind Kejriwal be Narendra Modi’s challenger in 2024. There are a good four years away for the next national election, but there is already talk that Kejriwal would be the face of the Opposition in the 2024 elections.
While the AAP would already be nurturing its national ambition, leading psephologist, Dr. Sandeep Shastri feels that Kejriwal should not dip his finger in the national pie now.
New Delhi, Jan 21: The elections in Delhi are round the corner and the battle promises to be an interesting one. The question is whether the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) will return with a similar mandate as it did in 2015 or will it lose the battle to the BJP.
Leading psephologist, Dr Sandeep Shastri speaks with OneIndia about the trends in Delhi and who has their nose ahead in the elections. He says that looking at the recent trends, it is clear that the voter is making a distinction between national and state elections.