Congress doesn't show the door to its seniors: Rahul

Clay Curtis
May 20, 2019

He said the BJP is committed for the development of the common man including the people living below the poverty line, the oppressed and small and marginal farmers and the PMO is working relentlessly for all of them.

The BJP chief said the party's focus has been the upliftment of the poor, farmers and women adding that 50 crore poor people have benefited from PM Modi's schemes.

In his first appearance at a press conference, Prime Minister Narendra Modi asserted in opening remarks that the BJP will come back to power with a full majority on its own, but refused to take any questions, citing party discipline. I am very thankful to media for covering this region as it will help this region to boost up tourism here.

'Today is the 7th and last phase of polling.

On Saturday Modi took a hard trek to spend some time in meditating at the cave called Dhyan Kutia following heavy rain and cold arrangements for Umbrellas and benches for sitting were made on the trek.

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The TDP chief said if the telecast of Modi's activities does not stop, it could "affect the level playing field" envisaged by the MCC, which the Commission is "duty-bound to implement".

In a move that grabbed countrywide media attention and stole live coverage from Rahul's news conference, Modi turned up at the BJP headquarters in the afternoon for a media briefing that was initially supposed to be addressed by Shah.

Invoking Article 324 of the Constitution, the Election Commission had curtailed the campaign one day in advance in Bengal after a spree of violence. While, Amit Shah was part of 18 roadshows on the contrary. The prime minister said that poll campaign was a success for the ruling dispensation.

The Congress president said the Trinamool Congress, Samajwadi Party, Bahujan Samaj Party and the Telugu Desam Party will not support the National Democratic Alliance, PTI reported.

The Congress chief's tweet came a day after his party hit out at the poll panel after Election Commissioner Ashok Lavasa reportedly wrote to the Chief Election Commissioner that he will be recusing himself from EC meetings as his dissent was not being recorded on clearances given by the poll panel to the PM over alleged poll code violations.

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