The BJP walked out of the PDP-led government in 2018, ending a three-year-old alliance with the party.
A job portal, on the lines of the one in Delhi, will be launched which will provide an interactive platform to job seekers and employers, Kejriwal said, addressing a press conference in Haldwani.
With a majority of MLAs not by his side, CM Amarinder Singh tendered his resignation, saying he felt 'humiliated' over the events in the past two months.
While SP has announced a special programme in rural areas, the BJP has planned the national executive meeting of its SC wings for two days starting Saturday in Varanasi.
It may be recalled that after assuming charge in UP, Yogi Adityanath had shortened the list of state holidays including the Vishwakarma Jayanti.
The Additional Chief Secretary (Home) Avanish Awasthi has issued orders in this regard after CM Adityanath announced the decision of the state government in this connection.
The stage where the swearing-in event was to take place was reportedly dismantled on Wednesday.
Punjab Congress president Navjot Singh Sidhu on Wednesday alleged that the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) was “the main architect” of the three central farm laws.
Responding to the move of challenging the CM, the BJP dismissed it as non-significant.
With the reduction in the limit of voters, the polling booths will increase from 23,211 to 24,689, according to an official statement.
While party president Sukhbir Badal will contest from Jalalabad, his father and party patron Parkash Singh Badal does not figure in the list.
Modi’s visit to Aligarh is being seen as a move by the BJP to placate the sulking Jat community of western UP owing to the promulgation of three contentious farm laws.
Priyanka, who is touring Raebareli and Amethi, was responding to UP deputy CM Keshav Maurya’s claim that the state had got rid of Congress.
Salman Khurshid, asked about the Chief Minister's face in UP polls, he said, 'We will be fighting the upcoming Assembly elections under the leadership of Priyanka Gandhi Vadra.'
Also, AAP leaders are constantly reminding the Punjab voters of the promises which the ruling Congress failed to keep.