Agra district governing body all set to receive the US President Donald Trump at his visit at Taj Mahal. The alignments have been completed but they are concerned over the official vehicle of the US President.
Karnataka High Court unleashed strong criticism against the state government over the incident of two people killed in the shooting by the police over the protest against Citizenship Amendment Bill
he central government has decided to link Aadhar with identity card. The move is aimed to hinder double voting and fake voting and to make the voter list transparent.
After the construction of wall in connection with the Trump’s visit sparked controversy, the slum dwellers in Ahmadabad are decided to be evacuated.
Amanullah Khan, AAP candidate won Okhla constituency where Shaheenbag, the CAA protest area include. The changing lead in Okhla constituency during the initial stage of the counting, was supportive to BJP at times. The election held in Delhi during the protest at Okhla sparked violence and riot.
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) came back to power in Delhi for a third consecutive term. AAP leads in 58 seats. The BJP which has been slimmed to have won four seats in the last assembly election in 2015 improved its condition by leading in 12 seats.
Senior Congress leader Kamalnath has already been expressed his opinion that they knew about their debacle in the current election earlier. senior Congress leader Sharmitta Banerjee blamed top leaders in Congress for the party’s fiasco.
Besides Aravind Kejriwal, the Chief Minister took a passive stand over the CAA protest when the Shaheen bag and CAA protest widely been discussed across the country. He neither supported CAA nor the protest against CAA. His absence in Shaheenbag during election campaign was noted for its significance.
AAP all set to celebrate the victory. Aravind Kejriwal reached at AAP Head Quarters in Delhi to celebrate the victory. The AAP workers are in ecstasy to celebrate.
As the counting is underway, BJP exudes a result which goes beyond the exit poll predictions. BJP leads in 22 seats and AAP leads in 40 seats with clear majority. According to the election commission’s official information, AAP leads in 32 seats and BJP in 16 seats.