BJP’s mission Telangana: No single day left blank till March 2019 in diary, says state chief K Laxman
In a conversation with The New Indian Express, Telangana state BJP president K Laxman explains the recent changes in the party’s organisational structure.
All non-BJP parties, including the TRS, may join forces with the Congress in Telangana after the 2019 polls against Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Hyderabad Police Commissioner Anjani Kumar said that the mother Sana Begum has trained her two children, who studied up to class X, in committing offences.
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According to media reports, nine persons are suspected to have succumbed to the viral infection in Kerala and many others are admitted in hospitals.
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BJP national president Amit Shah would tour the state in June to prepare the party cadre for the 2019 polls.
Over a 100 Congress and 37 JD(S) MLAs camped in two different star hotels in the city for about 14 hours to ‘escape’ any poaching attempts by the saffron party.
Telangana Congress Party leaders wanted to know why Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao was not reacting on the "political developments" that are taking place in Karnataka.
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Rao said the agenda of the proposed Federal Front would be prepared within two months and the Front would materialise before 2019 elections.
However, a DMK spokesperson maintained that his party’s working president would always think in terms of cementing a strong secular alliance that included the Congress as well.
Party leaders said KCR’s call to Telugu-speaking voters in Karnataka had helped JD(s) win considerable number of seats.
After distributing Rythu Bandhu cheques in the Narayankhed constituency on Monday, Harish ridiculed that the Congress had fewer MLAs and more chief ministerial candidates.
They also alleged that police have failed to take action against those responsible for 'tricking their wards into doing the deed'.
Representatives of the associations demanded postponement of the counselling till investigation into the allegations was launched and completed.