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BJP-JJP alliance faces no-trust motion in Haryana amid unrest over farm laws

The ruling BJP-LJP alliance in Haryana is facing a no-confidence motion in the assembly on Wednesday.

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The ruling BJP-LJP alliance in Haryana is facing a no-confidence motion in the assembly on Wednesday. The no-trust motion moved by the opposition Congress in state’s Vidhan Sabha is unlikely to destabilize the Manohar Lal Khattar-led government as the BJP-JJP alliance enjoys a comfortable majority in the 90-member house. The move is considered as a plan to embarrass the government amid the farmers’ agitation over the Centre’s three farm legislations.

The BJP has 40 seats in the 90-member Haryana assembly. But, now the Assembly has an effective strength of 88 members after Indian National Lok Dal’s lone member Abhay Chautala resigned in solidarity with farmers protesting against farm laws and the Congress MLA Pradeep Chaudhary was disqualified after being convicted in a riots case.

In the current scenario, the ruling alliance needs 45 members for majority, which the BJP-JJP alliance with 50 members (BJP 40 and the JJP 10) can easily achieve.

Congress has 30 MLAs, out of which seven are Independents, five are supporting the government, while one member is of the Haryana Lokhit Party, who has also extended support to the government.

The Congress has claimed that two Independent MLAs supporting the government have withdrawn their support and that the party is going to reveal to the public which MLAs do not support the farmers’ cause.

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While the JJP members have admitted that the agitated farmers have been boycotting them in their respective constituencies, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar is confident that the no-confidence motion against the government will be defeated in the Assembly.

The leader of opposition and the former Chief Minister of Haryana Bhupinder Singh Hooda, two months ago, had announced that he would move a no-confidence motion against the Haryana government. He submitted the motion in the Vidhan Sabha on March 5, following which, Speaker Gian Chand Gupta scheduled it for discussion on March 10.

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Sonia Gandhi hits out at BJP in his Independence Day wish, says will oppose distortion of history

Sonia Gandhi’s statement comes a day after a row erupted after BJP dropped Jawaharlal Nehru from list of freedom fighters in its Har Ghar Tiranga advertisement in Karnataka.

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Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Monday took a jibe at the government in her Independence Day wish and said her party will strongly oppose the distortion of history for political gain.

In her message on the occasion of Independence Day, Gandhi said attempts to trivialise the sacrifices of freedom fighters and the glorious achievements made by the country over the last 75 years can never be accepted. The BJP has been trying to malign leaders like Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru to further its political propaganda, she said.

Her statement comes a day after a row erupted after BJP dropped Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of independent India, from its Har Ghar Tiranga advertisement in Karnataka.

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India has achieved a lot over the last 75 years but what can never be accepted is that the current self-absorbed government is hell-bent on trivialising the great sacrifices made by freedom fighters and the country’s glorious achievements, Gandhi said in her message.

Hitting out at BJP, Gandhi said the Congress will not accept any wrong portrayal of historical facts for political gains nor will it allow any insult to Gandhi-Nehru-Patel-Azad based on falsehoods, she said in her written message.

Wishing the country on the occasion of India’s 76th Independence Day, Gandhi said over the last 75 years, highly talented Indians have led the country on the path of progress in the fields of science, education, health, and information.

Gandhi said India had cemented its image as a glorious nation through its diverse cultures and languages. They also made provisions for a strong democracy and constitutional institutions, she said in her Independence Day message.

Gandhi also said that the visionary leaders of India laid the foundations of a free, fair, and transparent election system.

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Nitish Kumar announces 10 lakh govt jobs, creation of 20 lakh employment on 75th Independence Day

Deputy CM Tejashwi Yadav has repeatedly been cornered on his electoral promise of 10 lakh jobs which he made during the 2020 assembly polls sitting at the opposition cam.

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Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday backed his deputy Tejashwi Yadav’s ambitious promise of providing 10 lakh jobs to the youth of Bihar in his Independence Day speech at Patna’s Gandhi maidan. His government will work hard everywhere to ensure the promise of 10 lakh jobs, Kumar said.

Speaking at the Independence Day celebration event, Kumar said the Rashtriya Janata Dal (JDU) and Janata Dal-United (JDU) alliance government has a concept to provide at least 10 lakh jobs in the government and an additional 10 lakh employment opportunities in various sectors.

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The Bihar CM also said the state government would do so much to create jobs and employment opportunities for the state’s children – in both government and outside. If succeed, his govt wants to take the figure to 20 lakhs, he said.

Expressing happiness over the announcement of 10 lakh government jobs, Kumar’s deputy said it is a historic announcement made by respected Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on the occasion of 76th Independence Day at Gandhi Maidan, Patna.

Deputy CM Tejashwi Yadav has repeatedly been cornered on his electoral promise of 10 lakh jobs which he made during the 2020 assembly polls sitting at the opposition cam.

The young RJD leader had earlier said that his jobs promise had the nod from Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. This massive announcement made by the Bihar CM is the real issue that the media should focus on. The two parties will work together to make it happen, he also said.

Yadav had earlier posted a clip of him answering the question with a shot at the BJP. It is a success that instead of Hindu-Muslim topics, the media is asking the leaders about employment. The people who were sleeping and never asked about jobs, that media is also awake now. Isn’t this a success? he had said.

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Maharashtra new cabinet: Devendra Fadnavis gets Home and Finance in Eknath Shinde’s new cabinet, two Shiv Sena rebels get school education and Agriculture portfolio

Shiv Sena rebels Deepak Kesarkar and Abdul Sattar have been given the ministries of school education and Agriculture.

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Seven weeks after taking an oath, Maharashtra’s newly appointed Chief Minister Eknath Shinde has formed the state’s new cabinet.

In the new cabinet, Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis scored the big ministries of Home and Finance while the BJP minister Radhakrishna Vikhe Patil will be the new Revenue minister.

Eknath Shinde, who expanded his two-member cabinet on Tuesday by inducting 18 ministers, has kept the Urban Development portfolio with himself.

Maharashtra Chief Minister’s Office has informed about the new development.

Shiv Sena rebels Deepak Kesarkar and Abdul Sattar have been given the ministries of school education and Agriculture.

The BJP minister Sudhir Mungantiwar has been made the Forest minister while the former state BJP president Chandrakant Patil will be the new minister for higher and technical education in the new cabinet announced by Eknath Shinde.

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After Shinde’s oath as Maharashtra CM, the NDTV was reported that 25 ministers will be from the BJP while 13 from Eknath Shinde’s Shiv Sena to be inducted into the new cabinet in Maharashtra.

Apart from Shinde and Fadnavis, the majority of the ministers will be new faces in the new cabinet. The BJP wants to test new faces before it preparations for the next assembly elections in Maharashtra, the NDTV was also reported then.

In the last week of June month, a group of Shiv Sena MLAs rebelled during the staged political drama that forced former Maharashtra chief minister Uddhav Thackeray to step down.

Putting an end to the over a week-long political turmoil in Maharashtra, Eknath Shinde took oath as Maharashtra Chief Minister on June 30 and Devendra Fadnavis as his deputy overthrowing the then CM Uddhav Thackeray.

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