Taking serious exception to the use of foul words against the Chief Minister and his mother, Jagan said that is it correct to use such filthy language against the head of a state.
Explaining the attacks on the TDP offices and leaders by the henchmen of the ruling YSRC, he also requested them to order a CBI probe to unearth the larger conspiracy behind the attacks.
The people of both Kadapa and Nellore districts availed these services at that time, he pointed out.
Sanjay Raut said that he will be meeting former Congress president Rahul Gandhi at 4.15 PM today to chalk out a joint opposition strategy.
Irked by Sivankutty’s repartee, Satheesan ironically remarked that he salutes the CM who appointed a person like him as General Education Minister.
The government found itself on a tight spot when CPM’s K K Shailaja too raised the Plus-I seat shortage through a calling attention motion and urged the government to resolve the issues.
On October 2, Chennithala offered floral tributes before a portrait of Mahatma Gandhi and dined with the families there.
Whatever be the reason, Kanhaiya's induction into the Congress has caused ripples within the RJD and the political corridors of Bihar.
The Minority Affairs Minister said while on the one hand, the grand old party has been hit by a "tsunami of political crisis", on the other it is suffering from "frustrated feudal authority".
While the government is working hard in these critical situations, TDP leaders are creating panic among farmers by taking up a malicious campaign against the government, Kurasala Kannababu alleged.
The YSRC government was not taking prompt action to mitigate the suffering of the cyclone-hit people. Negligence was visible, TDP supremo Chandrababu Naidu alleged.
Addressing her first party conference in Brighton on Monday as in charge of the party’s foreign affairs brief, Lisa Nandy referenced her roots in India and power struggles.
Labour Leader Sir Keir Starmer had backed the alliance when it was announced, saying: “Britain must look after our most important relationships.”
The Shiv Sena leader also hit out at the Central government for not taking action against BJP leaders comparing democratically elected state governments in India with the Taliban.
Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Manipur were among the states where the Congress organised protests in some parts.