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BJP holding Tiranga Bikers rally in Lal Chowk in Srinagar

Srinagar, July 25 : Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is holding a Tiranga bikers rally which would be flagged off from the Clock tower Lal Chowk, the summer capital of Srinagar city for Kargil amid unprecedented security arrangements on Monday.

No impact on Sena, Shinde is BJP CM: Raut

Mumbai, July 19 : Amid reports of 12 Sena MPs likely to switch over to Chief Minister Eknath Shinde-led camp, party spokesperson and MP Sanjay Raut on Tuesday asserted that despite alleged revolt within the party there will be no impact on original Shiv Sena.

Support to NDA nominated Draupdi Ji as a Presidential candidate: CM

Gangtok, June 22 : Chief Minister of Sikkim, PS Tamang has extended unconditional support to the candidate nominated by NDA for the post of President. He has also welcomed the decision on behalf of the ruling party of State, Sikkim Krantikari Morcha. 'SKM party wholeheartedly welcomes the decision of BJP Parliamentary Board to nominate Draupdi Murmu, as the Presidential candidate for the ensuing election to the post,' said CM PS Tamang. As an ally of NDA, he has assured support from SKM.

BJP stages protest over arrest of Tajinder Bagga

New Delhi, May 6 : The Delhi unit of BJP on Friday staged a protest outside the Aam Aadmi Party's office here over arrest of its leader Tajinder Singh Bagga by Punjab police. Scores of members, leaders of BJP led by its Delhi chief Adesh Gupta, holding banners and placards, shouted slogans against the Delhi Chief Minister and AAP convenor Arvind Kejriwal, accusing him of misusing the government machinery in Punjab, where his party is in power. "The action taken against Tajinder Singh Bagga was very shameful.

UP police stations have become centers of anarchy in BJP rule:...

Jhansi (UP), May 5 : Samajwadi Party (SP) president Akhilesh Yadav on Thursday launched a scathing attack on the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Uttar Pradesh Police and said during the BJP rule the police has grossly been misused and have been given so many rights that today the police stations have become the centers of anarchy. Addressing a press conference after meeting the Lalitpur rape victim and her family members, Akhilesh trained guns at the BJP government and the police and said, "When you will use the police for wrong purposes then how will you check its wrongdoings and high-handedness therefore the police stations have become centers of anarchy."

Modi Govt tackled Kashmir, Naxals and drugs: Shah

Bhopal, Apr 22 : Taking the Centre's detractors head on, Union Home Affairs and Cooperation Minister Amit Shah emphasised on Friday that – over a period of eight years – the Narendra Modi dispensation firmly dealt with three 'sores; namely the Kashmir issue, Left-wing extremism and the narcotics scourge in the North-East. During a day's visit to the Madhya Pradesh capital, the erstwhile BJP president addressed a Forest Committees' convention, inaugurated the 48th All India Police Science Congress, staged a road show and had an apparent 'council of war' at the party's state office in the context of next year's Assembly election. “The Modi government has resolved to universally provide basic facilities such as dwellings, toilets and electricity. A project (the Jal Jeevan Mission) is underway for supplying water to every abode.

Shiv Sena protest are covered by India States Times team…


Govt committed to overall development of every area: Kavinder Gupta

JAMMU, FEB 25: Former Deputy Chief Minister and Ex-MLA Gandhi Nagar, Kavinder Gupta along with former Public Health and Sanitation Committee Chairman Baldev Billowria, District President Vinay Gupta and Mandal President Bharat Bhushan kick-started the work of tiling and that of lanes and drains in Ward No: 56 Gangyal.

BJP Govt relying on innovation, allegiance to promote tourism: Kavinder Gupta

JAMMU: Senior BJP leader and former Deputy Chief Minister Kavinder Gupta on Wednesday said that the BJP government led by PM Narendra Modi is committed to promote tourism in a precise manner by bringing new ideas in the sector and through extreme levels of dedication by the stakeholders.

Dire need to change governance; vote for BJP to achieve ‘Nasha...

GURDASPUR, FEB 16: Senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader and former Deputy Chief Minister, Kavinder Gupta has asserted that the people of Punjab direly need change of governance as Congress has failed on all fronts by delivering nothing with the people left in quandary to fend for themselves.
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