Modi lamented the losses that India had to face due to fake news about job reservations in the past.
Prime Minister said cooperative federalism was not only the feeling of the Constitution but also the responsibility of the states and the Centre.
Two deputy chief ministers who also hold the home portfolio, Maharashtra’s Devendra Fadnavis and Nagaland’s Y Patton, attended the session.
Shah claims some NGOs involved in religious conversion; opposition to projects to stall economic growth
Shah said that the National Investigation Agency (NIA) will set up at least one office in all states by 2024 to "develop a strong anti-terror network."
The Congress’ reported strategy has also helped in irritating the CPI so much so that its state secretary Kanam Rajendran said no licence is required to wish anything.
While KC Venugopal terms his posting as Alappuzha collector “bizarre”, Chennithala says it is a challenge to the people.
With this, many “Left constituents are dissatisfied” and could no more stay in the LDF, it says, adding that Congress will welcome them to UDF.
Trouble for Congress in Kerala too? Unit committees ruffle party leaders’ feathers at Chintan Shivir
The CUC mechanism, which demands a complete overhaul of the organisation, has been implemented since last October but the party machinery is yet to come to terms with it.
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With the TNCC sensing challenges following the growth strategies of the BJP, the workshop is held to ensure cadre reach out to people with the party’s ideology.
Forming a ‘Task Force 2024’ was one of the biggest announcements the Congress had made during its Chintan Shivir in Rajasthan last month.
The Congress leaders would also highlight the decisions taken by the party at Udaipur.
Former Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda talks about the Congress’ efforts to reconnect with the masses, its promises to farmers, and more
It remains to be seen whether Azad loyalists, who include former ministers, will attend the Chintan shivar and give their suggestions for strengthening the party.
A state-level ‘chintan shivir’ committee has been formed with 33 members to oversee the arrangements for the event. CLP leader Bhatti Vikramarka will be the chairman of the committee.
Home Minister Amit Shah recently triggered a debate by saying that Hindi should be an alternative to English, which was criticised by the non-Hindi-speaking states, particularly in the South.
Scheduled to be held on June 1 and 2, the event will be attended by Congress ministers, district presidents and key office bearers.
The state-level Shivir will be organised either in Benglauru or Belagavi, and KPCC working president Satish Jarkiholi has been made in charge.
In an editorial in party mouthpiece 'Saamana', the party said that while on the one hand the BJP has already started preparing for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, the Congress is in dire straits.
Modi lauds government’s achievements, condemns family-centric parties at Jaipur