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Apr 01, 2019
NDA fields Thushar Vellappally against Rahul Gandhi in Wayanad; BDJS chief is favoured among Ezhava communityBharatiya Janta Party (BJP) president Amit Shah on Monday announced that Thushar Vellappally of Bharat Dharma Jana Sena (BDJS), an ally of the saffron party in Kerala, will be the ruling NDA's candidate against Congress chief Rahul Gandhi in Wayanad. Meanwhile, the main opposition, LDF has fielded CPI’s PP Suneer from the Wayanad constituency.
Apr 29, 2018
NDA constituent Bharat Dharma Jana Sena in Kerala to continue its 'non-cooperation' with BJPAhead of the crucial by-election in Kerala's Chengannur, the NDA's second biggest constituent, the Bharat Dharma Jana Sena (BDJS) on Sunday decided to continue its "non-cooperation" with the BJP as their demands are yet to be met, said its top leader.
Sep 10, 2017
KJ Alphons says Narendra Modi government encourages excellent relations between Centre and statesNarendra Modi government-led central government's policy is to have very good Centre-state relations, newly sworn-in Minister of State
Jul 21, 2017
Kerala BJP's clean image likely to suffer as internal probe reveals corruption allegationsBJP's clean image has suffered a dent in Kerala after an internal probe committee report found members of the Kerala BJP unit taking money to provide Medical Council of India recognition
Jun 04, 2017
Amit Shah wraps up Kerala visit, sets poll target of 40% vote share for BJP workersBJP president Amit Shah on Sunday wound up his three-day Kerala visit with a call to the party workers to strive hard to "utilise the space" in the southern state's political arena, saying there was "enough potential" for the saffron party's growth there.
Apr 15, 2016
Kerala polls: CM Chandy draws hectic campaign plans; Achuthanandan to tour till April endAfter a wave of lull across the state against the backdrop of the Kollam temple tragedy, campaigning for the 16 May assembly polls in Kerala has slowly picking up momentum with leaders of political parties visiting localities across the state to influence voters.