The principal period of the Lok Sabha elections 2019 finished up on April 11. The highest voting percent was recorded in Tripura at 81.80 percent pursued by West Bengal with 82 percent. The most minimal voter rate was recorded in Bihar at just 50 percent. Brutality, passings, vandalism and EVM breaking down defaced the main period of Lok Sabha decisions. No less than two individuals kicked the bucket in a TDP versus YSR Congress conflict in Andhra Pradesh. In the interim, a BJP pioneer in Uttar Pradesh kicked the bucket after a heart failure amid battling for the Lok Sabha races. The second period of the Lok Sabha races 2019 will be hung on April 18. For the second stage, PM Narendra Modi will hold three uber energizes in Maharashtra, Karnataka and Kerala. In Tamil Nadu, Rahul Gandhi will hold an open rally at Kathinayanapalli Public Meeting Ground, Krishnagiri. Rajnath Singh will document his assignment from Uttar Pradesh’s Lucknow for the Lok Sabha decisions 2019. Remain with us to get the live news reports on the crusading for the Lok Sabha decisions 2019.
Mayawati slam BJP, alerts EC in front of next stage
Bahujan Samaj Party supremo Mayawati on Friday assaulted the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and blamed them for acts of neglect amid the simply finished up first period of the Lok Sabha surveys, and furthermore forewarned the Election Commission to catch up on its demonstration and do its “protected obligation” amid the staying six stages.
She tweeted that with the voters dismissing the decision BJP in the continuous Lok Sabha race, the gathering has now chosen to pick up triumph by, “Not by vote but rather by notes; EVM apparatus; and maltreatment of police/organization”
यदि देश केे लोकतंत्र में आमजनता की आस्था को बचाये रखना है तो फिर चुनाव आयोग की यह संवैधानिक जिम्मेदारी बनती है कि वह इन बातों को गंभीरतापूर्वक संज्ञान ले और तत्काल आवश्यक उपाय करे ताकि अगले सभी चरण के चुनाव स्वतंत्र व निष्पक्ष हो सके।
— Mayawati (@Mayawati) April 12, 2019
- Amit Shah, BJP should delicate conciliatory sentiment to the country for NRC comment: Kerala Christian Forum
Kerala Christian Forum watched consistently that Amit Shah’s announcement yesterday, ”We’ll guarantee usage of NRC in country.We’ll expel each and every infiltrator from country,except Buddha,Hindus&Sikhs,” is immediate assault on character and respectability of the country as a common state. The Kerala Christian Forum likewise communicated expectation that Amit Shah and the BJP delicate conciliatory sentiment to the country and particularly to the minority networks of the nation, which has felt aggrieved by the announcement.