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BJP MP and actor Hema Malini sent a message to the opposition expressing her complete confidence that the Modi government will win.

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On the last day of the 17th Lok Sabha, BJP MP and actor Hema Malini sent a message to the opposition expressing her complete confidence that the Modi government will win reelection and take office for a third term.

She said, during the discussion on the last day of Lok Sabha, Ram Mandir was brought up as a topic. Hema Malini said she felt like laughing in response to the opposition’s claim that Ram Mandir is an election issue for the BJP.

Malini said, the opposition will not succeed in their goals. Aayenge toh Modi hi, jo mila usse sambhaliye, behisaab hasratein na paliye, which translates, don’t have endless wishes. Be happy with what you have, Modi alone will retake power, the MP from Mathura remarked.

PM Modi has already blown the election bugle, stating in Parliament that the BJP will win 370 seats on its own this time. PM Modi said at a global summit on Friday that his government will make more significant decisions during its third term, which he has already begun to plan. PM Modi also said that the roadmap will be available in an another 20 to 30 days.

Even before the pran-pratishtha ritual on January 22, Hema Malini was at Ayodhya. In Sita, the 75-year-old BJP leader gave a performance prior to the recent inauguration. The actor was spotted dancing with delight on the day of the pran-pratishtha.

Hema Malini previously said, a Krishna temple should be present in Mathura, a place that belongs to Lord Krishna, and that the masjid was constructed by demolishing temples. This was in response to the controversy surrounding her Lok Sabha seat and the nearby mosque.

Hema Malini said in the 17th Lok Sabha that she attended every session and had a positive experience. In his final speech to the 17th Lok Sabha on Saturday, Prime Minister Modi said while 97% of record attendance has been recorded in the previous five years, 100% of members must attend the 18th Lok Sabha.

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6 Congress MLAs who cross-voted for BJP in Rajya Sabha election disqualified from Himachal assembly

Speaker Kuldeep Singh Pathania announced 6 MLAs, who contested on Congress symbol, attracted provisions of the anti defection law against themselves. He declared that 6 people cease to be members of the Himachal Pradesh Assembly with immediate effect.

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6 Congress MLAs who cross-voted for BJP in the Rajya Sabha election were disqualified by the speaker from the Himachal assembly on Thursday. The members have been disqualified under the anti-defection law. Speaker Kuldeep Singh Pathania announced 6 MLAs, who contested on Congress symbol, attracted provisions of the anti defection law against themselves. He declared that 6 people cease to be members of the Himachal Pradesh Assembly with immediate effect.

The Congress government has managed to contain the political crisis that rose due to cross-voting in the Rajya Sabha elections and the revolt by a minister. Chief Minister Sukhwinder Singh Sukhu passed the budget on Wednesday, and Minister Vikramaditya Singh said he will not press for resignation until talks with leaders conclude.

Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi was defeated by BJP’s Harsh Mahajan through a draw of, after the two candidates won 34 votes each in the fight for the lone Rajya Sabha seat following cross-voting by the  6 MLAs. According to reports the Congress and 3 independent MLAs are reportedly camping at a guest house in Panchkula, located in BJP-run Haryana, after voting against the Congress candidate. They attended the assembly session on Wednesday.

Speaker Kuldeep Singh Pathania on Wednesday expelled 15 BJP MLAs, including leader of Opposition Jai Ram Thakur, for misconduct and allegedly shouting slogans in the Chamber of the Speaker. Chief Minister Sukhu dismissed speculation that he was resigning. He said neither the high command, nor anyone else has asked him for resignation and added the Congress government will complete its 5-year term in the state.

Congress leader Vikramaditya Singh, who had announced his resignation as a minister, on Wednesday evening said he wouldn’t press his resignation until a dialogue with party leaders was not completed. He, after meeting party central observers said the government was never in a crisis.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurates multiple infrastructure projects worth Rs 4900 crore in Yavatmal, Maharashtra

The instalment amount of over Rs 21000 crore under the PM-KISAN was released through direct benefits transfer to beneficiaries. A press release said with this release, an amount of more than 3 lakh crore, has been transferred to more than 11crore farmers’ families.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated and dedicated to the country multiple infrastructure projects worth more than Rs 4900 crore in Yavatmal, Maharashtra. He also released benefits under Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi (PM-KISAN) and other schemes during the programme.

The instalment amount of over Rs 21000 crore under the PM-KISAN was released through direct benefits transfer to beneficiaries. A press release said with this release, an amount of more than 3 lakh crore, has been transferred to more than 11crore farmers’ families.

The Prime Minister also disburse 2nd and 3rd instalments of Namo Shetkari MahaSanman Nidhi, worth about Rs 3,800 crore. The scheme provides an additional amount of Rs 6000 per year to the beneficiaries of Pradhan Mantri  Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana in Maharashtra.

The press release said Rs 825 crore of Revolving Fund was released for 5.5 lakh women Self Help Groups (SHGs) across Maharashtra. This amount is additional to the Revolving fund provided by the government of India under National Rural livelihood Mission (NRLM).

The prime minister also distributed 1 crore Ayushman cards and launched the Modi Awaas Gharkul Yojana for the OBC. Rail projects launched by PM Modi included New Ashti Amalner broads gauge line (part of Ahmednagar-Beed-Parli new broad gauge line project) and Wardha-Kalamb broad gauge line (part of Wardha-Yavatmal-Nanded new broad gauge line project).

The Prime Minister to virtually flagged off two train service during the programme. This included train services connecting Kalamb and Wardha; and train service connecting Amalner and New Ashti. The new train service will help improve connectivity and benefit students, traders and daily commuters of the region.

Addressing the people of Yavatmal, the prime minister said he bowed down to the land of Chhatrapathi Shivaji Maharaj. He said he also bowed down to Baba Saheb Ambedkar. He said he had received their blessings when he had come for Chai pe Charcha 10 years ago.

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Himachal Pradesh Congress crisis: BJP wants to crush people’s mandate, says Priyanka Gandhi

She explained that if a party with 25 MLAs is challenging the majority of 43 MLAs, then it clearly means that it is dependent on horse-trading of representatives.

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Amid Congress crisis in Himachal Pradesh, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra took a sharp jibe at the BJP, saying that the party wants to crush people’s mandate by misusing money, power, and central agencies. The Congress’s general secretary further claimed that the BJP is trying to push the state towards a political disaster.

Taking to X, formerly Twitter, she wrote that in democracy, the general public has the right to choose the government of their choice. She added that the people of Himachal used the right and formed the Congress government with a clear majority. However, BJP wants to crush this right of the people of Himachal by misusing the money power, power of agencies and power of the Centre, she continued. Priyanka Gandhi further stated that the way BJP is using government security and machinery for this purpose is unprecedented in the history of the country.

She further asserted that the BJP totally depends on horse-trading of representatives to grab power. She explained that if a party with 25 MLAs is challenging the majority of 43 MLAs, then it clearly means that it is dependent on horse-trading of representatives. This attitude of theirs is unethical and unconstitutional, she continued. Priyanka Gandhi further recalled that the BJP, which did not stand with the people of the state during the natural disaster, now wants to push the state into political disaster. 

Her remarks came hours after the BJP claimed that Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu-led Himachal government is in the minority after the former won the state’s lone Rajya Sabha seat with its candidate Harsh Mahajan defeating Congress stalwart Singhvi, despite the latter being in the majority. Reportedly, both the Congress and the BJP candidates got 34 votes, indicating that at least six Congress MLAs voted against the party.

Meanwhile, Himachal Pradesh Assembly Speaker today suspended 15 MLAs for allegedly disturbing the proceedings. Reportedly, in the 68-member Himachal Pradesh Assembly, the Congress has 40 MLAs while the BJP has 25 legislators and the remaining three seats are held by independents.

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