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Referring to the 2015 quota stir, Hardik said he would not forget the sacrifice made by the Patidar "martyrs" for the sake of just three-four tickets.
Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar said the winter session, which generally starts from November's third week, will be convened in December.
The meme contained photographs of Modi, US president Donald Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May engaged in a conversation.
After the Congress released its first list on Sunday, disgruntled party workers had held protests in Surat, Dhoraji and Jamangar on Monday over the choice of nominees.
He said that the government is not running away from calling the winter session and was just deferring it in view of the Gujarat assembly elections.
In the fast-paced sequence of events over 24 hours, no one was left who still doubted that PAAS leaders were doing regular politics using the Patidar quota agitation.
"By becoming Congress president, Rahul Gandhi will make easier our task to make India 'Congress-mukt'," Adityanath said.
The key Congress-PAAS alliance looked shaky, their fight over ticket distribution out in the open; and Rupani looked rather comfortable.
Revamping party, winning major state polls, leading anti-Modi front among key tasks
While the BJP and JD(U) have mocked the congress move, the Samajwadi Party, its ally in the Uttar Pradesh elections, has welcomed the decision to elevate Rahul Gandhi
IT Minister K T Rama Rao’s recent call given to people asking them to bury the Congress party deep in the earth attracted the ire of Congress seniors.
Scores of activists from Left parties and opposition YSR Congress Party were detained by the police near Dharna Chwok while they were on their way to participate in ‘Chalo Assembly’.
The polling for the two-phase elections for the 182 seats will be held on December 9 and December 14. The counting of votes will be held on December 18.
Manmohan Singh, Ahmed Patel, senior leader Ghulam Nabi Azad and former union minister Anand Sharma will be part of Congress’ massive campaigning.
The ruling BJP has so far declared candidates for 134 seats whereas the opposition Congress has announced its nominees for 77 seats.