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AAP inciting people to attack BJP HQ, Amit Shah's residence: Delhi BJP
Leader of Opposition in Delhi Assembly Ramvir Singh Bidhuri said: "AAP leaders are instigating people to attack BJP headquarters and Union Home Minister's residence. This is irresponsible as well as illegal." AAP leaders should apologise to the whole country for such shameful statements, Bidhuri said.
Whole country is indebted to Sikh gurus: Amit Shah
Speaking at the function to celebrate the Prakash Parv of the Guru Tegh Bahadur at Red fort here, Shah further said "there is no such person in the country who is not overwhelmed by the sacrifice of Guru Tegh Bahadur, everyone has a respect for him". "When Kashmiri Pandits spoke about the atrocities committed against them in front of Guru Tegh Bahadur, he sacrificed his life to save Hinduism".
Begin the change from Gujarat, Telangana leaders dare Amit Shah
Political parties and academicians see this as an attempt to impose a particular language on India though unity in diversity is the country's strength. They warn that this regional chauvinism will boomerang. Some political leaders have slammed the BJP for what they call its double-standards on the language issue, and dared the party to start imposing Hindi from Gujarat.
Amit Shah to visit MP, Bihar and Pudduchery from April 22-24
On the first day of the tour, the Union Home Minister will be attending the 48th All India Police Science Congress (AIPSC) meet at 11 a.m. at Bhopal as the chief guest on April 22. The 48th AIPSC is being organised by the Madhya Pradesh Police in association with the Union Home Ministry and its research wing Bureau of Police Research and Development at the police headquarters in Bhopal.
Amit Shah's Hindi push draws ire in K'taka
"The statement is not only against the federal principles of the country but also an insult to other languages. Amit Shah should immediately withdraw the statement," he said. Also, the social media in the state is abuzz with comments under the hashtag #IndiaAgainstHindiImposition. Siddaramaiah, a former Karnataka Chief Minister, dubbed it as an attempt to impose Hindi language in the country.
Amit Shah to be in Bengal on April 16-17
This will be Shah's first-ever visit to the state since the disappointing performance of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the last year's West Bengal Assembly polls. A BJP source told IANS that on April 16, the Home Minister would visit north Bengal, and next day, attend several government and party programmes in state capital Kolkata.
Call all-party meeting for move to make Chandigarh permanent UT: Akali Dal
Reacting strongly to the announcement by Union Home Minister Amit Shah to bring Chandigarh union territory employees under Central civil services rules, the SAD said, "It is incumbent on the AAP government to make the Centre understand that Chandigarh is a union territory as per an ad-hoc arrangement only.
All set for Yogi Adityanath's swearing-in as UP CM for 2nd consecutive term | Here's list of probable ministers in his Cabinet
Newsmen Politics Desk -
In a state with tricky demography, divided along religious and caste lines, the ruling BJP has broken a 37-years-old jinx by winning back-to-back assembly elections for the first time since 1985. Now with the elections done and victory sealed, CM Adityanath will have to select a group of ministers from among the legislative house to continue the deliverance of efficient governance. Here's a list of probable list of ministers in Yogi's cabinet.
BJP wants consensus before finalising Uttarakhand CM
The BJP central and state leaderships are meeting separately in the national capital over the government formation in Uttarakhand. A meeting of BJP central leadership is underway at Union Home Minister Amit Shah' residence, while another meeting of Uttarakhand leaders is going on at the residence of former Chief Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank' here.
BJP doesn't let celebratory mood come in the way of analysing losses
With electoral victories in four out of five states, the BJP is gearing up for the government formations in the states. From the capital of the states to the capital of the country, the meetings are in full swing. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah, party's national president J.P. Nadda and party's national organisation general secretary B.L. Santosh are continuously meeting to decide on the selection of Chief Ministers and their cabinets.