By Rahil Nora Chopra
After appointing Tarkishor Prasad and Renu Devi as deputy chief ministers in place of Sushil Kumar Modi in new Bihar government, BJP high command has decided to bring Sushil Kumar Modi in Rajya Sabha and he is expected to be elected from the seat vacated after the death of Ram Vilas Paswan. He may be inducted to the union cabinet.
AMIT SHAH WANT RAJNIKANTH TO SUPPORT BJP IN TAMIL NADU ASSEMBLY POLL
After West Bengal, Tamil Nadu is another state which tops in BJP party agenda to energise the cadres. Home Minister Amit Shah has taken this task and after visiting West Bengal Now he is going to visit Tamil Nadu on Saturday to clinch a seat sharing deal with the ruling AIADMK. According to sources, Amit Shah will try to rope in some eminent personalities into the party mainly Rajnikanth and in any case if superstar refuses to join BJP, Shah will encourage him to launch a new party which will work with BJP in future.
KARNATAKA CABINET EXPANSION NEXT MONTH
Before the upcoming assembly session on December 7, Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa has planned to reshuffle Cabinet and it’s expansion. He wants to induct more MLAs who won the by-election in the cabinet and with the resignation of CT Ravi now appointed BJP National General Secretary; there is a vacancy for seven ministers. For this Yediyurappa met BJP President JP Nadda in Delhi and discussed about the expansion in the Cabinet.
JD(U) WANTS CHIRAG PASWAN NOT TO BE INDUCTED INTO UNION CABINET
The myth that Chirag Paswan’s gamble to go it alone hurt the JD(U) and helped the BJP can be busted. In reality, the LJP’s solitary foray helped the RJD the most and the BJP the least. While the data shows that the BJP got one extra seat because of LJP, it helped the RJD wrest at least 22 seats that the latter would not have otherwise won. Even the Congress has won at least six seats more than it would have because the LJP cut into the JD(U)’s and BJP’s votes. The Congress tally would have been 13 not 19 had the LJP contested together with the BJP-JD(U). So the Congress managers should thank Chirag Paswan for salvaging it’s prestige. JD(U) leaders are so angry that they have told Amit Shah that Chirag Paswan should not be taken in the centre cabinet in place of his father.
BJP WANTS ACTIVE PARTICIPATION OF AIMIM IN WEST BENGAL POLL
After Bihar, All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) is going to field candidates in West Bengal assembly elections. Just as Owaisi raised the issue of CAA and NRC in Biha, now he is going to raise these issues in West Bengal. According to BJP leaders, this move would be to their advantage in consolidating Hindu votes in the state. Although BJP leadersare rejecting the allegation that AIMIM is its B-team but the party leaders also feel the presence of hard core Muslim faces in the election to rally Hindu votes behind the BJP.
FARMERS WILL BE MARCHING IN DELHI ON NOVEMBER 26 IN SUPPORT OF DEMANDS
All India Kisan Sangaresh coordination committee, a body of more than two hundred farmer’s organisations across the country, has given a protest call of Delhi Chalo on 26 November. According to Punjab Kisan Union president Ruldu Singh Mansa, they had already softened their stand by allowing goods train to run, keeping in mind the problems being faced by the government, farmers, industrialists and traders. . Ruldu Singh Mansa also said that the farmers across the country will arrive in Delhi on November 26 and 27 on tractors and trolleys and if they are stopped, they would Gherao a National Capital. (IPA)