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Bharatiya Janata Party president Rajnath Singh on Saturday seemed extremely defensive on party’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi’s ‘intemperate, malicious and sexist language’ at election meetings in Chhattisgarh but he parried all questions about them. At a press conference in Raipur, where he is on election campaign for the November 19 assembly polls, Singh beganRead More
Taking strong objection to Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s advisEr Sartaj Aziz holding dialogue with Kashmiri separatist leaders in New Delhi, BJP president Rajnath Singh on Sunday asked the government to stop Aziz from holding talks here. “On the one hand India is facing a series of ceasefire violations from Pakistan and on the otherRead More
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Rajnath Singh on Sunday said that the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh should stop Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s Foreign Affairs Adviser Sartaj Aziz from talking to separatist leaders, and added that this is against international diplomatic norms “I feel the Prime Minister should take some actions, and stop Sartaj AzizRead More
BJP chief Rajnath Singh on Thursday expressed his party’s solidarity with the Tamils in Sri Lanka who have accused Colombo of discrimination. Rajnath’s statement followed his meeting with colleagues from the Tamil Nadu unit, Pon Radhakrishnan, L A Ganeshan and K M Lakshmanan, who apprised him of their assessment of the situation of Sri LankanRead More
BJP president Rajnath Singh today blamed the UPA government’s economic policy, poor planning and corruption for the spiralling prices of essential commodities. “Ever since the Manmohan Singh government came to power prices have been rising, but during the NDA government between 1998 and 2004 despite economic sanctions they had remained in check,” Singh said addressingRead More
NEW DELHI: BJP chief Rajnath Singh led the opposition attack on the government on Wednesday, saying the President’s address was disappointing and that UPA had failed to tackle low agricultural growth, inflation, corruption and relations with neighbours. “The government has tried to set its political agenda for the polls through the President’s address but itRead More
No, we have made India a model for the world, says Chacko   The Bharatiya Janata Party on Wednesday termed the President’s address to Parliament “disappointing” and charged the government with failure on several fronts — from low agricultural growth, farmers’ plight, price rise and national security to corruption and relations with neighbours.   “TheRead More
NEW DELHI: Jagadish Shettar will be the BJP’s chief ministerial candidate in the Karnataka Assembly polls, Rajnath Singh said today, even as he downplayed the issue of corruption that has plagued the party-led government in the southern state. Singh, who was addressing a Bangalore rally through video conferencing after his aircraft developed some snag andRead More
New Delhi:Speaking to NDTV’s Rahul Shrivastava, BJP President Rajnath Singh said his party is the alternative credible party to form the next government at the Centre, but it would not destabilise the government. Here are the highlights of Mr Singh’s interview: BJP is the alternative credible party and we will benefit in the upcoming elections.Read More
The BJP-led NDA is bound to return to power at the Centre and the Congress-led UPA government will pay the price for its “failures” in the next parliamentary elections, BJP national president Rajnath Singh has said. The first step in this direction will be the BJP getting a clear majority in the Assembly elections inRead More
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