Gujarat Election 2022

Gujarat riots poster boy sees hope in AAP but opposes freebies

Ashok Parmar aka Moochi, the cobbler who became the poster boy of Hindus attacking Muslims during the Gujarat riots in 2002, is not happy with the 27-year-long rule of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and sees a ray of hope in the new entrant Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). However, he has a piece of advice

Gujarat Election 2022

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Gujarat Election 2022

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Meet 5 AAP soldiers who raised victory flag in Gujarat

Though its claim of a big win in the Gujarat elections fell flat, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) did manage to impress a section of voters in PM Narendra Modi’s home state – bagging five seats and securing a vote share of 13 per cent. Several AAP leaders like its chief ministerial candidate Isudan Gadhvi

Gujarat Poll Results : AAP sinks Congress’ boat in Khambalia

Speaking to TNI during the poll campaign,  Vikram Madam admitted to the fact that the AAP could diminish his chances of winning. He said, “AAP has no role in this election except cutting into Congress’ vote share. And I’m concerned how much of my vote share will be cut. Either they (AAP) will totally fail  or they will take me down along with them. That’s what I’m watching out for.”  

PM Modi indirectly attacks AAP; says country must be wary of ‘neutral’ forces

Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his speech at the Delhi BJP headquarters addressing karyakartas of the party following a historic win in Gujarat attacked the Aam Aadmi Party in a cryptic reference to “neutral forces”and a party that “lost deposit in Uttarakhand and Himachal”. He said, “We must analyse the past few elections on a

Kharge credits Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra for Himachal victory

Even though Rahul Gandhi was absent from Himachal election campaigning, Party President Mallikarjun Kharge didn't discount the leader's contribution in decent party's performance in the hills state. The goodwill generated by Bharat Jodo Yatra, Kharge feels contributed to Congress' wafer-thin win in Himachal.

PM Modi dedicates historic Gujarat win to karyakartas; says will keep working for HP

The Prime Minister gave his first official reaction after BJP’s historic win in Gujarat and it’s failure to reverse the the riwaz of “alternate government” in the hill state of Himachal. Taking to Twitter, PM Modi dedicated the landslide victory in Gujarat to the “hardworking karyakartas” of BJP. “To all hardworking Karyakartas I want to

We didn’t allow Himachal elections to be fought on national issues: Alka Lamba

Unpacking the reasons why Congress won a decisive mandate in Himachal, Congress leader Alka Lamba said that the strategy of the state unit was to now allow Himachal to be fought on national issues. Instead the party ensured that BJP was restricted to local issues like price rise, Old Pension scheme etc. She speaks to

Expected a decisive mandate from people of Himachal: Pawan Khera

Congress senior leader and spokesperson Pawan Khera in an interview to The New Indian’s Assistant Editor Anand Singh said that the party was expecting a decisive mandate from the people of Himachal. The next big challenge for Congress is to decide the CM face, which could be a cause of factionalism within the party.

Gujarat CM oath taking on Dec 12: BJP’s Patil after 150-plus tally

The BJP is set for a landslide victory in Gujarat to retain power for a seventh straight term and is likely to break previous records by winning the highest number of seats in any assembly election in the state. As BJP hit the 150 plus seats mark, the Gujarat state leadership wasted no time in

Thank people of Gujarat for making AAP a national party: Sanjay Singh

Aam Aadmi Party Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Singh thanked the people of Gujarat for making it a national party. Speaking to The New Indian he said, “I am sure we will at least get 15 percent of vote share. We have breached the citadel of Amit Shah and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. This is a big achievement

BJP emerges stronger in Gujarat, Congress bags Himachal

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was heading to a historic victory with more than 150 seats in Gujarat while rival Congress was poised to snath the reign of Himachal Pradesh from the saffron party in early trends on Thursday. According to the Election Commission of India (ECI) data, the BJP won seven seats and was leading