JD(U) leaders from UP want Nitish Kumar to contest Phulpur seat
A high-level delegation representing JD(U) from Uttar Pradesh have met the Bihar Chief Minister in Patna in this regard. Led by Satyendra Patel, the Convener of Uttar Pradesh JD(U) unit, the delegation included about 75 prominent party leaders and dedicated workers hailing from 10 different Lok Sabha constituencies in Uttar Pradesh.
Tikait would have been killed in encounter: BJP MLA
Speaking to media persons in Baghpat on Sunday on the sidelines of an event, Gurjar alleged, “Rakesh Tikait will be remembered as a dark chapter in history as he has cheated farmers. Had the agricultural bills been enacted, the lives of farmers would have changed. The bill brought by Prime Minister Narendra Modi would have liberated farmers from the clutches of middlemen worldwide.”
Rahul, Priyanka condemn Kerala bomb blast, demand probe
"The bomb blasts during a prayer meeting in Ernakulam, Kerala, are deeply distressing and condemnable," Rahul Gandhi wrote on X.
BJP will scrap Muslim reservation in Telangana: Kishan Reddy
He said the quota enjoyed by Muslims in jobs and education will be given back to the backward classes.
SP-Cong agree to call truce in INDIA interest
The two parties, according to sources, have decided to call for truce and have asked their party cadres not to issue statements against each other.
2023 Assembly polls will be first test of Cong's caste census pitch
On October 9, the four-hour meeting of the Congress Working Committee (CWC), the party’s highest decision-making body, held at the party headquarters announced that it was unanimous in making “social justice” the main plank for the 2024 election.
MP Cong fields 42% OBC candidates, promises more than caste census
The grand old party has fielded 62 candidates the OBC community, which is out of 82 out of total 230 seats reserved for the Scheduled Caste the Scheduled Tribes.
As it eyes third term, BJP prepares to hard-sell its track record with OBCs
Several Opposition parties, including the Congress, are attempting to encircle the BJP by playing the caste-based census card.
BJP's MP pitch: 3 OBC CMs, including Shivraj, plus caste-specific welfare boards
The factionalism within the Congress and its spilled cadre allowed the saffron party to rule in the state for 15 years. Having no strong opposition, the state BJP leadership apparently maintained a reluctant approach over OBC demands however the scenario changed after it lost the previous election.
BJP plays caste card in Telangana by promising state an OBC CM
Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s announcement at an election rally in Suryapet is seen as an attempt to woo OBC voters, who account for more than 50 per cent of the state electorate. In the first list of 52 candidates, the BJP has also given tickets to 20 candidates from the backward classes.