Horse Trading News
Nearly two dozen dissident lawmakers of the ruling party recently came out in the open ahead of voting on the no-confidence motion against the prime minister, with the government accusing Opposition parties of horse-trading
Rajya Sabha polls: BJP trying to topple Rajasthan govt, says CM Ashok Gehlot; complaint filed in state's SOG
Accusing the BJP again of trying to topple his government, Rajasthan chief minister Ashok Gehlot on Friday said a complaint has been filed with state's Special Operation Group for investigation into the matter
'My ministers not for sale, Congress believes in politics of principles and service,' says Kamal Nath
Amid the ongoing political crisis in the state, Madhya Pradesh chief minister Kamal Nath on Friday said that his ministers are not for sale and reiterated that the Congress believes in the politics of principles and service
Madhya Pradesh political drama a result of 'infighting' within Congress, anger towards central leadership, says Kailash Vijayvargiya
Senior BJP leader Kailash Vijayvargiya on Wednesday denied his party's role in the alleged horse-trading of MLAs supporting the Congress-led Madhya Pradesh government, and said the ongoing political developments are a result of 'infighting' in the ruling party
Maha IPL: Maharashtra govt formation saga brings to light again rampant horse-trading in Indian politics
The Maharashtra assembly election results were declared on 24 October. At the time of the writing of this column, more than a whole month later, a vote to establish who ought really to form the government is awaited.
Karnataka crisis: JP Nadda rejects horse-trading charge against BJP; says new political culture under Narendra Modi
BJP working President JP Nadda said a new 'political culture' has emerged under Prime Minister Narendra Modi's leadership and those who are against the politics of 'vote bank and dynasty' are welcome to the BJP.
Siddaramaiah claims Congress shifting MLAs to escape BJP 'onslaught'; Kumaraswamy says all legislators support Karnataka coalition
Congress Legislature Party (CLP) leader Siddaramaiah on Friday said his party was shifting its MLAs to a resort to "escape" from the BJP's "onslaught."
Amid poaching fears, Karnataka CM HD Kumaraswamy claims daily threat to government hampers performance
Known for his emotional outburst, Karnataka chief minister HD Kumaraswamy Thursday appeared to have been taking a veiled attack at his alliance partner Congress as the latter party struggles to put its house in order.
While Karnataka Water Resource minister and coalition leader DK Shivakumar said the BJP's Operation Lotus was for real, state BJP chief BS Yeddyurappa has vehemently denied its existence.
Karnataka MLA row: After Yeddyurappa's allegations, HD Kumaraswamy says 'everything is under control', Congress-JD(S) ties 'strong'
Speaking to reporters, Karnataka chief minister HD Kumaraswamy said that the Congress-JD(S) ties were "strong" and the parties would together fight the upcoming Lok Sabha polls.
Karnataka MLA poaching row: Yeddyurappa says BJP faultless, accuses Kumaraswamy of offering money to MLAs himself
In the latest twist to the Karnataka poaching row, BJP state unit chief BS Yeddyurappa has alleged that CM HD Kumaraswamy has been "horse-trading" by offering money and ministerial posts to BJP MLAs.
BJP playing old game of poaching MLAs, says Mamata Banerjee as two legislators quit Congress-JD(S) govt in Karnataka
West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee alleged on Tuesday that in Karnataka, the BJP was playing its old game of poaching legislators of other parties
Ever wondered how horses react when humans like Rahul Gandhi refer to political swaps as horse-trading? You're about to find out.
BJP's Karnataka fiasco: Horse-trading allegations provide fresh ammo to reinvigorated Opposition in Kerala bypolls
The CPM and the Congress are trying to take maximum mileage from BJP's Karnataka fiasco by widely circulating the audio clips in which BJP leaders were heard offering ministerial position and money to JD(S) and Congress MLAs
Jharkhand Rajya Sabha polls: Congress-JMM front may work, but history of horse-trading, distrust remains a concern
In 2014, Congress and JMM had gone separate wasy before the state Assembly Election after they fail to come to an understanding on seat arrangements. The fall has left a void of trust between the two parties
AIADMK slams DMK over 'horse trading' taunt, says Opposition indulged in shameless politics to save govt in 2006-11
Ruling AIADMK on Tuesday hit out at arch rival DMK for its horse trading taunt against the Palaniswamy regime, alleging it was the M Karunanidhi-led party that had indulged in such acts to save its 'minority' government in 2006-11.
Hours before the floor test, Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Namam Tuki and Pema Khandu has elected as the new Congress Legislature Party leader.
The sting video showed Rawat offering money to rebel Congress legislators to win their support ahead of a 28 March floor test, which never happened.
The spectre of horse-trading on Thursday loomed large over the biennial elections for 11 Rajya Sabha and 13 Uttar Pradesh Legislative Council seats as the two extra candidates remained in the fray
With the Congress and BJP confronting each other with equal might, Ajmal may emerge as a deciding factor in either party forming a government.