Every person has right to think about becoming Prime Minister: Sanjay Raut

Every person has right to think about becoming Prime Minister: Sanjay Raut

Every person has right to think about becoming Prime Minister: Sanjay Raut

Congress president Rahul Gandhi too interacted with the media earlier today and hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for making personal attacks. Elections are won on the basis of the popularity of the leader, she said.

"This election is not about Rahul".

"I want to say, why he is not saying Modi ordered me to put on hold the daily price hike on petroleum products for the Karnataka election?"

Reacting to the comment, Modi wondered whether the country would ever accept such an "immature and naamdar (famous)" leader for the post. "Throughout last 15 years, I've been visiting temples, mosques, gurudwaras, every religious institution I come across". My mother sacrificed for this country, she has suffered for it.

Highly-placed sources in the Commission said prima facie it seems that most of the voter I-cards recovered were "genuine".

Gandhi took to Twitter to draw a comparison between the Congress government in Karnataka and the previous BJP regime (2008-13) in the state, with the help of figures to show that his party's rule was better on all counts.

He said once Buddha was abused and shouted at by an angry man while he was seated with a disciple. We are not going to let him distract or create anger. And in case an opposition coalition were to breast the tape ahead of NDA in the next general election, that the largest party within the opposition formation gets to select the next PM is a reasonable proposition. "He sees a threat in me".

Gandhi was responding to Modi's scathing attack on him after he declared his prime ministerial ambition.

Homeland Security chief Nielsen was close to resigning
Trump's tirade went on so long that many present began fidgeting in their seats and flashing grimaces, White House aides said. Illegal border crossings are up in 2018, after record lows a year ago .

Britain's Kyle Edmund beats Novak Djokovic — Madrid Open
He said: "One or two points decide these kind of matches". "Then I really set up a good opportunity for me to step up". He was off for six months but the elbow started hurting again when he began training to get ready for the preseason.

Boris Johnson tears into Prime Minister's "crazy" customs plan
Tory former minister Dominic Grieve said it was "regrettable" and "undesirable" that Mr Johnson had chose to sound off in public. The system would not help the United Kingdom take back control of our trade policies, laws, borders or our money, he added.

He also said the Congress is showing desperation to win election and that is proved by the fake ID card row in Raja Rajeshwari Nagar incident.

The BJP as a party is said to be more organised and it built a strong cadre since 2014 from booth level to constituency level.

"There are different beliefs".

"BJP will win more than 130 seats and form government in Karnataka", he said. Bharatiya Janata Party leaders, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi and party president Amit Shah, have been criticising his party over dynasty politics.

"Are you telling me that if India's women are raped, politicians should not discuss it?"

APN chose the issue to be discussed in its landmark show Mudda on Wednesday afternoon. Taking a dig at Siddaramaiah, he jokingly said that the BJP would not touch the Rs 40 lakh watch as it is with the assembly speaker. "It is absolutely a national issue". "Our foreign policy is a disaster now". "HAL has lost out on the deal and Bengaluru has lost out on technical jobs", Rahul noted.

"Are discussions happening with finance, foreign and defence minister on strategies? No".

Modi also accused the Congress, which has been in power in Karnataka for the last five years, of not doing justice with the aspirations of the people of the state and instead bringing six evils - "Congress culture, communalism, casteism, crime, corruption and contract system" - to the country.

Related news