Manoj Tiwari meets newly-elected BJP MLAs, says party will work as ‘aware’ Opposition to AAP govt in Delhi Assembly
The BJP is prepared to work as an aware Opposition and expects the new AAP regime to implement the Narendra Modi government's flagship schemes like the Ayushman Bharat and the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojna (PMAY) in the National Capital, the saffron party's Delhi unit chief Manoj Tiwari said on Wednesday.
BJP, Congress spar over death of 24-year-old Dalit man in MP, accuse each other of communal disharmony and minority appeasement
The recent killing of a 24-year-old Dalit man in Madhya Pradesh has triggered a war of words between the Opposition BJP and the ruling Congress, with the latter on Wednesday accusing the saffron party of disturbing the communal harmony for its vested interests.
BJP to hold three-day meet with Maharashtra MLAs, office-bearers in Mumbai from tomorrow; upcoming local polls likely to be discussed
The BJP would be holding meetings of its Maharashtra MLAs, district-level office-bearers as well as unsuccessful Assembly poll candidates in Mumbai from Thursday
BS Yeddyurappa plays cricket with BJP legislators as Karnataka coalition govt struggles to stay afloat
As the focus shifted to the SC, which is hearing the pleas of Karnataka MLAs state BJP president BS Yeddyurappa was seen in a relaxed mood playing cricket with party legislators who are camped at a resort on the outskirts of the city.
Pranav Sanvorderkar, a young BJP worker, said he was deeply hurt with the news of 10 Congress MLAs shifting allegiance to the BJP and joining the party ahead of some of them being inducted in the state cabinet.
Karnataka political turmoil: Congress calls meeting of MLAs; BJP to reportedly shift its legislators from Gurugram resort
The Congress has asked all its MLAs to meet at the Vidhan Soudha in Bengaluru on Friday. The party has issued a whip that any MLA who fails to turn up for the meeting will be expelled from the party and will face action under the anti-defection law.
Madhya Pradesh BJP considering denying tickets to 70-80 MLAs, including ministers, to tide over anti-incumbency
The ruling BJP is thinking of not giving tickets to 70-80 MLAs, including some ministers, for the forthcoming Assembly polls in order to tide over anti-incumbency
The Madras High Court on Thursday upheld the appointment of the three BJP MLAs of Puducherry nominated by Lieutenant Governor Kiran Bedi, media reports said.
Tripura Assembly election results: 29 percent BJP MLAs in state face criminal charges, 37 percent are crorepati
The BJP has done it in abundance in Tripura - be it the number of seats or the number of candidates with serious criminal cases and the worth of assets
With 51 candidates withdrawing from the fray on the last day for withdrawal of nominations, the chessboard for the 15 February Assembly polls in Uttarakhand is laid out where the ruling Congress and opposition BJP appear to be locked in a straight contest in a majority of total 70 seats. Congress and BJP, the two poles between whom power has oscillated since the state's creation in 2000, are once again poised to take on each other in a straight fight in most seats with a couple of exceptions like Haridwar and Udhamsingh Nagar districts where the BSP could be the third player.
Uttarakhand rebel legislators: Fate of the Congress MLAs still in suspense, state in political crisis
Suspense continued over the fate of the nine rebel Congress MLAs ahead of the trial of strength in Uttarakhand Assembly as lawyers of these legislators today met Speaker Govind Singh Kunjwal in a last ditch attempt to prevent action against them.
PM Narendra Modi not be able to discard the Hindutva band on his sleeve to wear a secular badge but he can certainly give Hindutva a more acceptable face.
Newly-elected BJP MLAs of Maharashtra will meet in Mumbai on Tuesday to choose their Legislature Party leader, moving ahead with the process of forming government even as the prospect of a tie-up with estranged ally Shiv Sena remained a matter of speculation.
Newly-elected BJP MLAs of Maharashtra will meet on Tuesday at 4 pm in Mumbai to choose the Legislature Party leader who would be the Chief Minister.
Bharatiya Janata Party's state president Mangal Pandey said the party has suspended two legislators — Rana Gangeshwar Singh and Avanish Kumar Singh — for anti-party activities.
This has been done to prevent producing the duo in court from Banda and Urai district jails in view of law and order situation in Muzaffarnagar following the riots, that claimed 49 lives.
Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit today rejected BJP's allegation that her government was taking a "partisan" approach in carrying out development activities in constituencies represented by the Opposition party.