AAP Agriculture BJP Communists Congress DMK Indian Subcontinent North India Protest RJD SP TMC

Farmers Nationwide bandh response worries BJP and it depute its brave man Amit for talk

Following intelligence report of agitating mood of farmers and people support for their nation wide bandh call , Home Minister Amit Shah bound to meet representatives of farmers at 7 pm in Delhi The meeting venue was moved to the sprawling Pusa agricultural institute campus a few km from Amit Shah’s official home, reportedly to Read More…

AAP Agriculture BJP Congress DMK Indian Subcontinent North India RJD SP TMC

December 8 India gets ready for Bharat Bandh Call by Agitating farmers

The farmers have been protesting near the national capital borer since November 26.   After 5 talks with Indian Government led by Modi and protesting on streets for more than 12 days made the farmers protesting against the three farm laws passed by Parliament to give a ‘Bharat Bandh’ call in a signal that they Read More…

Assembly East India RJD Voice

Agonies of Nitish continues as his party Education minister has to resign on corruption charges

Affected by fractured mandate where Nitish Kumar Bihar CM  been made minor ally with just 43 seats  in his alliance  where  BJP who now plays a big brother with its 74 seats tally in recent assembly election  and adding to the wound  Bihar Education Minister Mewalal Chaudhary JDU MLA on Thursday resigned from the post Read More…

BJP Communists Congress East India Protest RJD Voice Votes & Polls

CPI allege alliance of Election Commission with BJP , JDU demands recounting

As per ECI data, a narrow margin helped the National Democratic Alliance the JD(U), the Bharatiya Janata Party, the Vikassheel Insaan Party and the Hindustani Awam Morcha (Secular) win 21 seats.   For instance, in Hilsa, the Rashtriya Janata Dal candidate lost to the Janata Dal (United) candidate by just 12 votes.   Similarly, in Read More…

BJP Congress Protest RJD Votes & Polls

Foul play by EC in declaring 12 votes margin Hilsa MLA seat says RJD

The JD(U) has won the Hilsa assembly seat in Bihar just by 12 votes, according to the Election Commission website, but this result contested by the RJD.   According to the results updated on the Election Commission website late Tuesday night, JD(U)’s Krishnamurari Sharan alias Prem Mukhiya has polled 61,848 votes   While his nearest Read More…