Manipur Election 2017: Congress misdeeds will be investigated when BJP comes to power, says Ram Madhav
With only two days left for Manipur polls, electoral diatribe has touched the highest pitch among political parties in Manipur, with hurling charges against each other over many issues.
Imphal: Activists of Kangleipak Students Association on Thursday, demanding justice for extra-judicial killings in Manipur, burned effigies of Manipur Chief Minster Okram Ibobi Singh, Addl SP AK Jaljit and ex DGP Y Joykumark on Thursday.
Manipur Chief Minister Okram Ibobi Singh ridiculed Prime Minister Narendra Modi for claiming to change Manipur in 15 months stating how the 100-days development programme of the Modi government failed to materialise in the state
Imphal: BJP president Amit Shah who is campaigning in Imphal pledged that corruption cases involving leaders of the incumbent Congress government would be duly investigated and all those found guilty would be imprisoned if his party took power.
On Wednesday, a group of irate student activists belonging to Kangleipak Students Association (KSA) vandalised the state unit office of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) situated in the heart of Imphal city as they were denied to meet BJP leaders.
Congress leader and Rajya Sabha member Haji Abdul Salam passed away on Tuesday night following a brief illness. He was 69.
Irom Sharmila Chanu has refused the security escort provided to her by Manipur state government authorities under the direction of the Election Commission of India.
On Tuesday, BJP president, Amit Shah, asserted that ‘corrupt’ Congress government, which is responsible for the woes of Manipur people, does not have the right to retain power. He called upon the people to throw away the party from Manipur in the ensuing state Assembly election.
In Khundrakpam Assembly constituency, a police team was attacked by villagers and two jeeps were vandalised on Monday.
Manipur Election 2017: Rahul Gandhi attacks Modi in Imphal rally, asks him to reveal contents of Naga Accord
On Tuesday, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi while campaigning in Manipur, demanded that the contents of the Naga Accord, signed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, should be made public and accused him of "spreading hate and lies" wherever he went.
Manipur Election 2017: No significant development during 15 years of Congress rule, says Prakash Javadekar
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday clarified about the framework agreement and assured that the Naga peace dialogue would never infringe upon the territorial integrity of Manipur.
Titular king of Manipur, Leishemba Sanajaoba, has urged the Prime Minister Narendra Modi not to compromise the territorial integrity of Manipur while resolving the protracted Naga peace dialogue.
On Saturday, Modi during an election rally held in Imphal promised to end the protracted economic blockade in Manipur if the BJP comes to power in the state, apart from assuring that the saffron party will do in 15 months what Congress couldn't do in 15 years.