Friday, September 22

Despite Rahul’s happy visit to Wayanad, is there any indication of contractor anger towards the Congress in Karnataka?

After being reinstated as MP, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi will have another day in Kerala after a heartening welcome to his constituency of Wayanad. The two events are expected to bring the Congress leadership closer to the public, with some minor initiatives such as launching swish launch of kurtas and the foundation of an education center at Kozhikode.

Rahul once again criticized Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his rally in Wayanad, as stated by Shaju Philip.

The ex-leader of Congress emphasized that Wayanad was like my family and acknowledged that they do not realize the relationship would be stronger with disqualification.

Liz Mathew has reported that Rahul’s defense of I.N.D.I.A against PM Modi’S jibes during his speech during the no-confidence motion will have an impact on far-off Jharks.

The bypoll was prompted by the death of Jagarnath Mahto, the former JMM education minister’s wife. Bebi Devi was elected as a minister by Hemant Soren government last month.

At CM Soren’s residence, I.N.D.I.A held its first meeting on Saturday regarding the by-election. Alamgir Alami said that the group had decided to work together and campaign for this important step.

The NDA-led bypoll will be jointly contested by the BJP and All Jharkhand Students’ Union on Friday.


The Congress party’s campaign for the Assembly elections in Chhattisgarh is set to begin with the presence of Mallikarjun Kharge, the president, who will be attending an event called ‘Bharose Ka Sammelan’ by the state Congress government.

The Congress emerged victorious in the 2018 Assembly elections, securing 68 out of 90 seats, but only managed to secure two of the six constituencies in Janjgir-Champa district, which were also held by the BJP and BSP.

The BJP president J P Nadda is expected to have a heated discussion on Sunday as PM Modi’s attack on the Mamata Banerjee government in hexagon during his virtual speech to the West Bengal-based Kshetriya Panchayati Raj Parishad on Saturday has spread discontent.


According to Santanu Chowdhury, Nadda’s attack on the Trinamool Congress during the recent panchayat elections in Bengal was similar to that of Partition. He also ridiculed the TMC for arresting its leaders in corruption cases by Central agencies and warned that Cabinet meetings of the Mamata government could soon take place in jail.

The panchayat polls were marked by unprecedented violence and killings, as Nadda noted that the post-poll violence after the 2021 Assembly polling was also observed. However, the rural polluting was similar to the bloody days of Partition, and Mamata Banerjee had no right to feign her position as “the champion of democracy.”

Nadda spoke about the BJP’s rural poll winners and those who were allegedly attacked. He assured them that the party would secure more than 35 Lok Sabha seats in Bengal during the next elections.

The TMC referred to Nadda’s comments as an attempt to shift the focus away from the BJP government’S shortcomings in Manipur.

Nadda is expected to conduct prayer services at the Dakshineshwar Temple on Sunday, as well as attend the panchayat parishad meeting and speak to workers.


Despite the upcoming election season being around a year away, poll-related activity has been increasing in Haryana due to communal tension. Congress leader Deepender Hooda will be attending sparked farmers’ protest in Sirsa district on Sunday, followed by workers’ meetings at various locations.

Deepender has been making a lot of trips to Assembly constituencies across the state.


Separate from the Hoodas, Congress leaders Randeep Surjewala, Kiran Choudhry, and Kumari Selja will stage a ‘Jan Aakrosh Rally’ in Kaithal on Sunday to oppose the state BJP government.

The trio has been holding separate events and have not been seen at PCC programmes in recent times. They are bitterly opposed to Bhupinder Hooda and allege that he had neglected them due to his influence in the state unit. According to Varinder Bhatia, all eyes are on the CLP meeting being held by Hoodam on August 16, and whether or not they will attend is a matter for many Congress members.


Following his performance in Parliament, where he set the stage for the government’s response on the Manipur issue during the no-confidence debate and introduced three Bills to reform the criminal justice system, Amit Shah, the Union Home Minister, will be present in Harami Nala, a creek area that separates India and Pakistan in Gujarat’S Kutch district, on Sunday.

Shah’s initial visit to the state on Saturday was devoted to laying the foundation stone for a BSF mooring place and implementing various projects through an e-inauguration in Koteshwar.

During his speech, he commended the BSF for their contribution in safeguarding the nation’s borders and pledged to allocate funds for enhanced facilities. Shah stated that the country can sleep peacefully at night due to the constant alertness of its soldiers who guard the borders 24/7. The Narendra Modi government has made efforts to show appreciation for the safety of BPF officers and their families.

Shah inaugurated a fertiliser plant in Kandla earlier today, where he declared that PM Modi had demonstrated the path of natural farming to the public.

The State Watch column by Johnson T A highlights the resurgence of civil contractors in Bengaluru as the center of politics in Karnataka. This could be a response to the Congress’s claim of exposing them to BJP influence before the May 2023 Assembly elections.

(With the inclusion of PTI inputs)

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