While Congress’s state president Kamal Nath has spelt 11 poll guarantees, the AAP head Arvind Kejriwal announced 10 poll guarantees to people of MP, on the lines of Delhi and Punjab.
They said the government was claiming that nearly 70,000 suggestions were collected for Brand Bengaluru but there was no clarity about the feedback received.
“People of Delhi pay taxes from their hard-earned money and it is the highest taxes compared to other states and in return, they want the government to protect them.
The party had recently announced a list of 14 district presidents and 70 secretaries.
The meeting is being hosted jointly by the Shiv Sena (UBT) and the NCP's Sharad Pawar faction, with support from the Congress -- the three constituents of the Maha Vikas Aghadi alliance.
Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar suspended AAP MP Sanjay Singh from the Rajya Sabha saying that Singh violated the directives of the Chair.
In Delhi, the protest will be attended by top leaders of the party at Jantar Mantar, AAP said.
The AAP leader said they are united in the grand alliance to save the Constitution and democracy.
AAP communications head Brijesh Kalappa echoed the Congress that the officers were on protocol duty.
You should appoint CVOs in your own Chief Minister’s Office and honest officers who are unblemished should be appointed to these posts.
Protests erupted in the northeastern state after the state government booked 40 people under the APUAPA in connection with a 72-hour bandh call in the state capital this year.
A couple of days ago, Saxena had said the people of the capital are now “used to freebies”.
Shah claimed that the state's law and order is going from bad to worse as Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann "spends all his time touring with Arvind Kejriwal."
Taking a jibe at the Congress, Bhardwaj said,“I was trying to see if there is any legal way to copyright our manifesto so that others don’t end up copying ideas from it.”
AAP Rajya Sabha MP Pathak spoke with Amit Pandey about future challenges faced by the AAP and the intricate landscape of contemporary Indian politics.
A new survey shows that the majority of Delhi-NCR households believe that Aam Aadmi Party-ruled Delhi and Punjab governments are not taking action to address toxic air issues.