At least 17 people have been arrested for pasting posters criticising Prime Minister Narendra Modi's handling of the Covid-19 immunisation programme. The posters read in Hindi quoted, "why did PM Modi send vaccines of our children to foreign countries?" Congress' Rahul Gandhi tweeted the words, “Arrest me too," in both English and Hindi in relation to these arrests.
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As five states of India is undergoing assembly elections, BJP chief JP Nadda said the party is confident of gaining power. He added that signals from West Bengal clearly states that BJP is walking towards victory. "In Tamil Nadu, under the leadership of AIADMK we are forming the government. The signals in the two phases of West Bengal clearly have shown that BJP is heading towards victory," said BJP's JP Nadda in Chennai. He added, "In Assam, we are retaining the government of NDA along with UPPL and AGP. In Puducherry also we are making a clear way of formation of the government. In Kerala, we will be a formidable force."
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on April 02 said that BJP and its alliance understands national interest and regional aspirations. He asserted that National Democratic Alliance (NDA) is the believers in the federal structure of India. "I would urge my sisters and brothers of Kerala, Tamil Nadu, and Puducherry to bless NDA in the upcoming polls," he said.
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said that high voter turnout and emerging trends indicate that BJP will get a clear majority in West Bengal and NDA will once again succeed in Assam with BJP getting more seats. “High voter turnout in the first phase of West Bengal elections makes it clear that BJP is going to achieve great success in each phase of polls. The trends show that BJP will form the government with a clear majority,” said Rajnath. "Our government has a splendid track record on development and good governance. I believe that the seats of BJP will increase and NDA will succeed in this election in Assam," he added. Voting for first phase in Assam and West Bengal was conducted on March 27. Watch the full video for more.
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A couple of days ago, Kangana Ranaut claimed that the photos doing the rounds on social media of bodies floating in a river are from Nigeria. Several reports on the other hand claim the photos are from Ganga in several districts of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. She has been massively trolled on twitter with many calling UP as Nigeria.
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Darbhanga, adjacent to the India-Nepal border, is a rapidly expanding historic city in the state of Bihar. The city was connected by air on 8 November 2020 under the regional connectivity scheme "UDAN". The Darbhanga civil enclave built by the Airports Authority of India is poised to become the busiest RCS (Regional Connectivity Scheme) airport. The number of daily flights has risen from three to six, which is now connecting Darbhanga to major metros including Delhi and Mumbai. Darbhanga Airport, with a capacity of about 200 passengers, is also equipped with a child care room, baggage x-ray machine, conveyor belts. The airport has an apron built to park two AIRBUS-320 aircraft. In addition, the terminal building has been given a local identity with regional folk art Madhubani paintings. With the commencement of this airport, passengers from about 17 districts of North Bihar will be benefited. People of Bihar's Mithilanchal region were demanding the construction of an airport for a long time as they had to endure long, tiring journeys till Patna to catch their flights. All the required protocols are being followed at Darbhanga Airport. From maintaining social distancing at the terminal, sanitizing passengers' baggage, cleanliness is being taken care of at the airport. Under the UDAN scheme that started in 2017, it was resolved to connect every part of the country by air travel. Under this, around 57 airports have been upgraded so far and travel has started on 326 new air routes. Darabhanga Airport is an example in this episode.
Amid the ongoing state assembly elections, BJP president JP Nadda questioned the "lockdown imposed in West Bengal" when foundation stone laying ceremony of Ram Mandir was held in Ayodhya. "Should we let it continue? Should a grand temple of Lord Ram be made in Ayodhya or not?," he asked. Nadda further urged people to give a befitting reply to TMC in the polls.
Special aarti was performed at bank of Sarayu River in Uttar Pradesh's Ayodhya on the occasion of 'Ram Navami' on April 21. 'Ram Navami' is celebrated on the ninth day of Chaitra Navratri which marks the birth of Ram, seventh avatar of Vishnu.
Amid surge in COVID-19 infections, first phase of Uttar Pradesh Panchayat polls commenced from April 15. Polling of first phase will take place in 18 districts. People stood in a queue at a polling booth in Ayodhya as they await their turn to cast vote. In Rampur, people came out in good numbers to cast their precious vote.
During a roadshow in Bihar's Hajipur on October 31, BJP national president JP Nadda questioned RJD's poll promise of providing 10 lakh jobs and said how will they give 10 lakh jobs, they made over 20..
BJP chief JP Nadda on October 31 cleared that Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will still be the leader of NDA in Bihar even if BJP gets more seats than partner Janata Dal (United) (JDU) in Bihar Assembly..
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Jagat Prakash Nadda on October 31 held a massive roadshow in Bihar's Hajipur. COVID-19 norms were flouted during the political rally. The first phase of the Bihar..