In case the BJP fails to cross the halfway mark, there is a chance that the JD(S) and Congress could come together to form the next state government.
AICC president Rahul Gandhi today said that the BJP is unlikely to form the next government at the Centre and indicated that in the event of Congress coming back to power, he could be the next Prime Minister.
Speaking at ‘Samruddha Bharat,’ an independent platform to promote liberal, secular and republican values, he said if the Opposition, led by the Congress, joins hands in the next Lok Sabha elections in 2019, the BJP will be wiped out. “Besides, it is next to impossible that Narendra Modi can become Prime Minister again. It is already showing on his face,” he said.
This seemingly inexpensive way to use social media to change governments has all the imprimatur of a military operation set in a civilian setting. Prashant Kishore used the same tools as Analytica to help Modi come to power in 2014. Will Kishore illumine on Analytica?
Charging the Narendra Modi Government with compromising the privacy of individuals by leaking user information on the Narendra Modi app, the Congress on Monday said the counter allegations by the BJP that the Opposition party was indulging in 'data theft' were an attempt to divert attention from the issue.
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The Congress party also issued a statement saying it had directed its rank and file to back "secular party candidates to save the people from sinking in the 'Hindutva quicksand'
Hoping to capitalise on the anti-incumbency created by the 25-year-long CPM rule, the BJP is campaigning aggressively to make inroads into the state
Noting that the contradictory statements made by different members of Justice Loya's family raise a question mark on his death, the Congress today said there should be a High-Court monitored probe in the matter.
Narayana A who is heading a project on the Karnataka Assembly elections is a former journalist and professor at Azim Premji University, Bengaluru. Hardnews spoke to him about the issues before the polls
As the BJP government runs a vitriolic campaign against one of the most influential leaders India had ever seen—Jawaharlal Nehru—and tries to discredit his ideals of secularism at a time when the Indian society is more fractured than ever, one must stop and ask where are we headed
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