Addressing a rally to mark the culmination of the Bharat Jodo Yatra, amid heavy snowfall, he also said Gandhi was determined to restore Jammu and Kashmir statehood.
Coming down heavily on the government, Congress national chief Mallikarjun Kharge said that the ‘Modi government changed LIC’name to ‘Loot Investment for Cronies’.
His letter to Shah comes after the Bharat Jodo Yatra was suspended for the afternoon session on Friday following a "security lapse".
Kharge alleged that by not agreeing to their demand for statehood and safeguards for the tribal people under the Sixth Schedule, the government is endangering India's national security.
Reminding the prime minister of his promise of giving two crore jobs every year, Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge said 30 lakh posts in government departments are still lying vacant.
Party leaders are eagerly watching Tharoor’s next plan of action, especially with elections to the Congress Working Committee in the offing.
Appreciating the march, Raja said the call to unite against hatred was a welcome one.
The Sukhu-led cabinet also decided to adopt the party’s election manifesto as the policy document of the government. All ministers, secretaries and heads of departments will implement it fully.
The second programme will be launched in the state from January 26 to strengthen its organisation at the booth level.
“I now invite you to personally join the concluding function of the Bharat Jodo Yatra to be held in Srinagar on January 30 at noon.
Rahul Bhat, a Kashmiri Pandit employee, was shot dead by terrorists inside his office at Chadoora in Budgam district of Jammu and Kashmir in May last year.
Commenting on the matter of sex trafficker Santro Ravi, Yediyurappa said that he has collected all details pertaining to the case and the CM has also directed officials to initiate action.
AICC chief reminds them of his Karnataka roots, accuses BJP of choking dissent
Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge addressing the "Aikyata Samavesh", a large convention of SC/ST communities accused the media of showing only Modi and all his activities, all the time.
A winter chill gripping north India is hinting at prospects of a much-valued opposition huddle to attempt a fledgling unity among parties ahead of the Lok Sabha polls due 16 months from now.
Lashing out at the BRS supremo, Revanth sought to know the stand of the chief minister on the Polavaram project and compensation to displaced Adivasis.
Some senior leaders in the State Congress have raised a banner of revolt against Revanth’s leadership and are skipping his programmes.
“More than us (Opposition parties), the media has a greater role to play in these testing times,” he said.
From a filmmaker whose masterpiece set in coastal Karnataka found a permanent place in everyone’s heart to a cop whose measures have decongested Bengaluru’s
With the next two years packed with several Assembly elections and the crucial Lok Sabha polls, it is set to be a do-or-die battle for Congress.