AIADMK broke their alliance with BJP this week over the state BJP chief's remarks on CN Annadurai, one of the tallest leaders of the Dravidian movement.
The tirade began at a public function held in Virajpet recently, which witnessed participation from Kodagu-Mysuru MP Prathap Simha and Virajpet MLA AS Ponnanna.
The agenda for these meetings encompasses a range of activities, including planning protests against policies deemed detrimental to the people by both the central and state govts among many others.
On AIADMK’s charge on BJP state president K Annamalai for leaving NDA, Sreenivasan said, “The AIADMK has faulted only Annamalai. How can they decide about an alliance just for his remarks?".
These include Rajesh Ranjan alias Pappu Yadav's Jan Adhikar Party (JAP), Mukesh Sahani's Vikassheel Insaan Party (VIP) and Asaduddin Owaisi's AIMIM.
Asked whether the alliance will be finalised today, Kumaraswamy said, "Let's see."
MP Kanimozhi Karunanidhi pointed out that when the UPA government brought up the bill in 2010, there was no condition. The bill was to take effect immediately after its passage.
AIADMK leader D Jayakumar lashed out at BJP state president K Annamalai, terming him unfit for the post.
Sibal's attack on the PM came a day after Modi launched the Rs 13,000-crore PM Vishwakarma Yojana for traditional artisans and craftsmen.
Kharge urged party leaders to set aside their personal differences to ensure the party's success and work towards forming an alternative government in the country.
Rajanna suggested that the three DyCM posts should be given to leaders from the Veerashaiva-Lingayat, SC/ST and minority communities.
In a statement, Palaniswami said DMK, in its election manifesto, had promised to provide Rs 1,000 monthly honorarium to all women heads of families.
In what is billed as the world’s largest election, an estimated one billion Indians—in a population of 1.431 billion—will be eligible to exercise their democratic right.
It is speculated that the TMC leadership has also decided not to go for any discussion with the Left Parties at any point in time on the seat-sharing formula.
Holding the crucial meeting in the Telangana capital, the Congress is also looking to send out a message that it will go all-out to dislodge the BRS government in the poll-bound state.
The decisions were taken at the first meeting of the bloc’s coordination and election strategy committee at NCP leader Sharad Pawar’s Delhi residence.
JD (U) National President Lalan Singh had earlier said that Nitish has a "clean image and experience" working as a union minister as well.
Bharti had last contested the Lok Sabha elections in 2014 and became a Union minister in the Narendra Modi-led BJP government at the Centre.
Chirag told media persons that the assembly election would be held in the state simultaneously with the Lok Sabha election if Nitish was not given any position in the opposition alliance.
The meeting of the 14-member all-important panel of the opposition will take place at the residence of NCP leader Sharad Pawar here on September 13 evening.