Congress will not allow Prime Minister Narendra Modi to destroy the foundation of India, said Congress Leader Rahul Gandhi in Dharapuram on January 24.
"We will not allow Narendra Modi to destroy the foundation of India...He doesn't understand that only Tamil people can decide the future of Tamil Nadu 'Knickerwallahs' from Nagpur can never ever decide future of the state," said Rahul Gandhi.
While speaking to ANI in Patna on February 26, the former deputy chief minister of Bihar, Sushil Kumar Modi spoke on Congress leader Rahul Gandhi's 'North-South' remark. Modi said, "He (Rahul Gandhi) gives justification and Robert Vadra stands in his support and say he hasn't said it. When he (Rahul) visits north-east, he says something against north. When he visits south, he says something against north." "This is why Congress is being swept off from the country. He thinks it will benefit him in Kerala but he is wrong. He won't be benefitted by the politics of instigating one state against the other," he added.
People of Gujarat are fed up with BJP and Congress and want to bring their politics to end, said Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on February 26. "There are two big parties, people of Gujarat want to send message that they are fed up with both and want to bring their politics to end. One of them is involved in politics of appeasement and other in that of hatred," said Kejriwal. Aam Aadmi Party bagged 27 seats in Surat Municipal polls.
Congress MP from Thiruvananthapuram Shashi Tharoor and other party workers protest against fuel price rise, outside Kerala Secretariat by pulling autorickshaw in a rope. Watch the video.
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Congress Leader KC Venugopal assured that the party is totally prepared for the upcoming assembly elections. "Congress is totally prepared for elections. We will appeal to the people for change, for good governance. Alliance for Assam has been finalised. In Kerala and West Bengal, the alliance is almost finalized. In Tamil Nadu, talks are underway on alliance," he said.
A market in Sitabuldi area witnessed large crowd, despite increasing COVID-19 cases in the state. People were seen flouting COVID-19 protocols given by the Health Ministry. State government is taking measures to control the sudden spike in COVID-19 cases. In wake of a spike in COVID-19 cases, a week-long complete lockdown has been announced in the Amravati District of Maharashtra, the state government said on Sunday.
A one-week lockdown will be imposed in Maharashtra’s Amravati district starting Monday, state minister informed. The decision comes in view of the rising Covid-19 cases in Maharashtra. Several districts of Maharashtra have been reporting high number of Covid-19 cases including Pune, Nagpur, Amravati, Yavatmal. Watch the full video for more details.
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