Assembly Election 2021 LIVE Updates: In an interview with PTI, the Congress chief dominated out any chance of him taking up chief ministership after the polls
Assembly Election 2021 LATEST Updates: Senior Congress chief V Narayanasamy dominated out any chance of him taking up the mantle of chief ministership if the Congress-led alliance involves energy in Puducherry, saying he would flip down such a suggestion and would work 24X7 to strengthen the social gathering within the Union Territory.
In a telephonic interview with PTI, Narayanasamy additionally stated the defining challenge of the Assembly election this time was statehood for Puducherry and whereas the Congress was strongly behind the demand, the BJP manifesto was silent on it. He additionally alleged that BJP needed to create a Delhi-like state of affairs in Puducherry and take energy away from an elected authorities.
Congress chief Priyanka Gandhi Vadra slammed the BJP and RSS for the alleged harassment suffered by the Nuns belonging to a Kerala based mostly congregation throughout a practice journey in Uttar Pradesh and claimed that Home Minister Amit Shah had condemned it solely due to Assembly polls.
The Trinamool Congress has registered a grievance with Election Commission over, the “gross violation of democratic ethics and the Model Code of Conduct by Prime Minister (Narendra Modi) during his visit to Bangladesh.”
The social gathering has stated it “strongly objects” to Modi’s programme on 27 March, claiming it had nothing to do with 50th anniversary of the nation’s Independence or the beginning centenary of ‘Bangabandhu’. “Rather, They were solely and exclusively intended to influence the voting pattern in certain constituencies in the ongoing elections to the Legislative Assembly of West Bengal,” the TMC’s letter learn.
Exuding confidence that BJP candidate Suvendu Adhikari will win the elections from Nandigram by a file margin, Union Home Minister Amit Shah stated defeating TMC chief Mamata Banerjee, a co- contestant from the seat, was “absolutely necessary to bring about the much-desired change in Bengal”.
“The Congress and DMK has launched their outdated 2G missile which has a clear target: the women of Tamil Nadu. The missile was launched by UPA with clear message to attack the nari shakti of Tamil Nadu,” Modi alleged.
AIADMK chief and Tamil Nadu chief minister Edappadi Palaniswami and Deputy CM O Panneerselvam will share the stage with Modi together with different senior leaders from AIADMK and BJP.
Union Home Minister and BJP chief Amit Shah Tuesday arrived in Nandigram. The BJP chief was acquired by Suvendu Adhikari, social gathering’s candidate from Nandigram.
Accusing the Left events in Kerala of inciting violence, Narendra Modi in Palakkad stated, ‘Under them, political rivals are killed, hacked and crushed.’
Shah is scheduled to take part in at the very least three roadshows, together with one at Nandigram in East Medinipur, and one public rally in Diamond Harbour in South 24 Parganas. He will attend two extra roadshows in Debra and Panskura.
It can be Modi’s first marketing campaign rally within the state on this Assembly election. He had addressed a BJP rally at Fort Maidan over the past Assembly election in May 2016.
The Trinamool Congress on Monday lodged a grievance with the Election Commission, alleging that
Nandigram BJP candidate Suvendu Adhikari is harbouring criminals and placing them up in numerous motels and visitor homes of West Bengal.
In a letter to the chief electoral officer, TMC chief Derek O’Brien claimed that regardless of the native police being apprised of this, no motion had been taken.
Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who can also be the TMC boss, is locked in a fierce contest together with her protege-turned-adversary Adhikari in Nandigram in East Midnapore district, which works to polls within the second part on 1 April.
In a separate letter to the CEO, the ruling social gathering stated there have been cases of sales space capturing and rigging through the first part of polls held on 27 March, including that “anti-social elements” of the BJP are tenting within the district to “create large-scale violence”.
The TMC urged the fee to take these “criminals” into preventive custody within the curiosity of free and honest polls.
The social gathering additionally demanded that there ought to be no deployment of armed police personnel from Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh and different BJP-ruled states through the remaining seven phases of the Assembly polls.