Monday, March 31, 2014

The Fact File Namo Namo

Never again: odisha CM rules out pact with BJP

Odisha chief minister and Biju Janta Dal boss Naveen Patnaik has ruled out any tie up with the Narendra Modi-let Bharatiya janata party after the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.

AMU fraternity unites against BJP
Modifying Public Opinion

·        Many intellectual organization associated with the AMU have formed teams that are trying to spread awareness among the masses about the political battle ahead.
·        AMU is home to several out station students and many are setting out for their homes in Bihar and east UP to shape opinion in their community.

·        These are the first elections in which corporate houses are directly involved and Narendra Modi is their choice. The Gujarat model of development does not include the minorities and the gulf between the rich and poor is widening, says Jamal Ansari.

Raman Singh, not Modi, BJP’s best bet to woo tribals

Chattisgarh Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders believe chief minister Raman Singh’s  governance record, not Narendra Modi factor, would finally help the party win over tribal voters.

Maya slams Modi, says India will see spike in riots if he becomes PM

In a scathing attack on Narendra Modi, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawation Thursday said that the country would be torn asunder by riots on communal and caste lines if he became the prime minister.  

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