The BJP president also said that the government has held several rounds of talks with farmer leaders and have kept all doors open for further dialogue
Besides 80 regular members, the executive will also have 50 special invitees and 179 permanent invitees.
Narendra Modi completes two decades in public office: Amit Shah, JP Nadda extend wishes to mark occasion
BJP President JP Nadda extended his congratulations to Modi for completing 20 years in public office, saying that as “a ‘Pradhan Sevak’, he has made India a global power
Nadda said recognition of women's merit and bringing them at par with men is evident in the way PM Modi has given key portfolios to women
Narayan Rane's remarks against Uddhav Thackeray set off protests in Mumbai and several other cities which included pelting of stones and vandalising offices of BJP in some areas by Shiv Sena cadres
Yediyurappa supporter dies by suicide, outgoing chief minister appeals to followers to 'not go to extremity'
Yediyurappa on Monday submitted his resignation as the chief minister to Governor Thaawarchand Gehlot
Karnataka CM Resigns Latest News Updates: Yediyurappa's constituency Shikaripura shuts down as mark of protest
Karnataka CM Resigns Latest News LIVE Updates: As per reports, within hours of BS Yediyurappa submitting his resignation, BJP workers in Shikaripura, the constituency he represented seven times, hit the streets raising slogans in favour of their MLA
The 78-year-old Lingayat strongman said this evening that he was yet to receive the 'message' from the party's Central leadership on whether he should continue in his post or quit
Leaders of several NDA constituent parties were in attendance. These included Apna Dal leader Anupriya Patel, JDU leader Ram Nath Thakur, AIADMK leader A Navaneethakrishnan, RPI leader Ramdas Athawale and LJP leader Pashupati Paras
BJP's Central Observer for Uttarakhand Narendra Singh Tomar has reached Dehradun to preside over today's discussions to elect a new chief minister for the state
Tirath Singh Rawat resigns as Uttarakhand CM four months after he took charge: A look at major controversies
In a surprise late-night move, Uttarakhand chief minister Tirath Singh Rawat resigned from office just four months after taking over from his predecessor Trivendra Singh Rawat.
The appointments were made by BJP national president JP Nadda and come into immediate effect, party general secretary Arun Singh said in a statement
Assembly polls in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Manipur and Goa are slated for early next year. The BJP is in power in all these states except Punjab
Mookerjee, who was the Minister for Industry and Supply in the cabinet of India’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, resigned in protest against the Nehru-Liaquat Pact
The UP CM's visit to Delhi comes close on the heels of the BJP holding a series of review meetings in Lucknow, which had fuelled speculation of a ministerial reshuffle in the state
Apart from Sibal, G-23 leaders Shashi Tharoor and M Veerappa Moily have also slammed Prasada for switching to the BJP
Centre, West Bengal at loggerheads over chief secy Alapan Bandyopadhyay; an overview of the controversy
Bandyopadhyay, a 1987-batch IAS officer of West Bengal cadre, was scheduled to retire on 31 May after completion of 60 years of age
Targeting the Opposition for crying foul over vaccine availability, the BJP chief said 'those making a noise about vaccines now are the ones who earlier raised doubts about the jabs'
Referring to the government's approval of two vaccines, he said health ministers of opposition-ruled states had then alleged that this would endanger people's lives and that they were given the nod without third phase of trial
BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra has alleged that a purported toolkit by Congress shows that the party's endeavours to help the needy during COVID-19 pandemic is "a PR exercise"