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Amit Shah Principal of college in which Prashant Kishor is still student: Kailash Vijayvargiya

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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Taking a dig at TMC chief Mamata Banerjee for engaging election strategist Prashant Kishor for the 2021 West Bengal assembly polls, the BJP said he is not a “bigger” strategist than its president Amit Shah.

BJP general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya said the people of Bengal have lost confidence in Chief Minister Banerjee and no poll strategist can turn the tide.

Shah is a bigger poll strategist than Kishor and as far as election strategy is concerned, the BJP chief “is the principal of the college in which Kishor is still a student”, Vijayvargiya, who is a BJP general secretary and the party’s in-charge for West Bengal, told PTI.

Kishor met Banerjee here Thursday, raising speculation about working with her in the near future to help her foil the BJP’s growing influence in the state and maintain her grip on Bengal for the 2021 state polls.

“The people of Bengal have lost their confidence in Mamata Banerjee. They have made up their mind to oust Banerjee and the TMC. Now, no poll strategist will be able to turn the tide,” Vijayvargiya said.

“We should not forget that no one is a bigger poll strategist than our party president Amit Shah and it has been proved time and again,” he said.

The TMC can engage as many poll strategists as it wants, but that hardly matters as people have already made up their mind to oust the Banerjee government, he said.

“We are not at all bothered,” Vijayvargiya said.

Though both the TMC leadership and Kishor remained tight lipped about the appointment, sources in Banerjee’s party said the poll strategist is likely to start his work in Bengal with his team from July.

Kishor and his team will initially look into the reasons behind the defeat in various seats, which were considered to be strongholds of the TMC, they said.

“After that he would put in place a strategy for the victory of the party in the next assembly polls, which would also include reaching out to the masses with various developmental projects of the state government,” a senior TMC leader said on the condition of anonymity.

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Swadesh Conclave: BJP minister says India will become Vishwguru under PM Modi’s leadership

Praising the central government’s schemes, the minister said that Swadeshi (made in India) and Swablambi (self-reliance) were the paths of PM Modi’s Atmnirbhar Bharat.

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Union Minister and senior BJP leader Ashwini Chaubey on Monday said that India will be Vishwguru and take the world forward under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He was addressing Swadesh Conclave at Vigyan Bhavan in New Delhi.

He said that leadership is the key for a nation to become a role model for the rest of the world. The 21st century will be India’s century.

Praising central government schemes, the minister said that Swadeshi (made in India) and Swablambi (self-reliance) were the paths of PM Modi’s Atmnirbhar Bharat.

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Since its beginning, it is covering various aspects of nation-building through open, vibrant, and insightful interaction and panel discussions involving Ministers, domain experts, policymakers, bureaucrats, civil society, and youth.

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Nitish Kumar’s JDU speaks out, alliance with BJP in trouble

Sources confirmed that Nitish Kumar was planning to form an alternative government with Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), Congress and the Left front. He has sought time to meet Congress president Sonia Gandhi.

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Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has been playing on his own ground in Bihar’s politics since 2005. Sources confirmed that Nitish Kumar was planning to form an alternative government with Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), Congress and the Left front. He has sought time to meet Congress president Sonia Gandhi.

Accusing the BJP of breaking his party, JDU National President Lalan Singh on Monday said that he will expose them at an appropriate time. However, he didn’t mention the name of the BJP.   

He made it clear that JDU was not a sinking ship, it was a sailing ship. Some people (without naming RCP sing or BJP) were trying to damage it and took steps to mend it.

After resigning from the party, former president RCP Singh accused the JDU was a sinking ship. The party wrote a letter to Singh demanding details of his properties acquired in the last nine years.

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Nitish Kumar-led Janata Dal United (JDU) has called a meeting of it all MPs and MLAs on Tuesday. He was allegedly upset with the Bihar BJP leaders about their behaviour and continuous attack on the Bihar government. He has not been attending Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s meetings for the last several months. On Monday, he skipped NITI Ayog’s meeting chaired by PM Modi.

JDU president Lalan Singh said that the decision not to join the Union government was taken by CM Nitish Kumar.

Rejecting Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s announcement of a future alliance with Bihar allies, the JDU also denied any alliance with the BJP in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections and 2025 assembly elections. Amit Shah said that the BJP would contest the future polls with its allies in Bihar. Lalan Singh said that the discussions on it were imaginary.

Lalan Singh said that they will prepare themselves and then they will decide who will be their alliance partners in the elections.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi chairs NITI Aayog meeting, Nitish Kumar, KCR absent

The agenda of the meeting was to implement the National Education Policy in the schools and higher education institutions, urban governance, crop diversification, and achieve self-sufficiency in oilseeds.  

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday chaired a meeting of the 7th governing council of the National Institution of Transforming India (NITI) Aayog at Rashtrapati Bhawan’s Cultural Centre in the national capital. The agenda of the meeting was to implement the National Education Policy in the schools and higher education institutions, urban governance, crop diversification, and achieve self-sufficiency in oilseeds.  

The meeting was attended by Chief Ministers of all states excluding Bihar’s Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and Telangana’s Chief Minister Kalvakuntla Chandrashekar Rao (KCR).

However, K Chandrashekar Rao officially boycotted the meeting through a letter to Prime Minister Modi on Saturday. He accused the Centre of discriminating against the states including Telangana. But Bihar CM Nitish Kumar did not give any official reason for the absence. Some reports said that he was absent because he recovered from Covid-19 just a week before.

KCR wrote that he didn’t find it useful to attend the 7th Governing Council meeting of NITI Aayog. He stood away from it as a mark of strong protest against the present trend of the Central government discriminating against the states and not treating them as equal partners in their collective efforts to make India a strong and developed country

Earlier, Rejecting Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s announcement of a future alliance with Bihar allies, the JDU denied any alliance with the BJP in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections and 2025 assembly elections. Amit Shah said that the BJP would contest the future polls with its allies in Bihar.

JDU president Lalan Singh said that the discussions on it were imaginary. First, they will prepare themselves and then they will decide who will be their alliance partners in the elections.

The JDU also sought explanations from its former president RCP Singh on all the properties he acquired in the last nine years. RCP Singh praised PM Modi for his excellent work.

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