The Congress, Left Front and other political outfits have lined up a series of protest rallies across West Bengal against the amended Citizenship Act and the proposed pan-India NRC.
The BJP leader further alleged that those who oppose the CAA try to divide the country on communal lines as they couldn’t face the Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the political front.
The outcome of recently held Jharkhand assembly elections suggests that the BJP is losing its grip on the tribal support base. In Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh, too, the party could notRead More
Bills to be tabled in Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha today
Average assets of MLAs in the new assembly have more than doubled to Rs 22 crore per MLA, compared to nearly Rs 11 crore in 2014, with more than 63Read More