Over 200 cow shelter homes have released more than 10,000 cows on to the roads to protest against the state government of Gujarat. The protestors stated that BJP promised to provide financial assistance of Rs 500 crore to the shelter homes, but “didn’t give a single penny”. With this, road traffic in north Gujarat highways came to a halt. A protestor stated that the protests started over 15 days ago.
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Congress MLA from Telangana Komatireddy Rajagopal Reddy submitted his resignation as MLA and Party membership on August 8. He gave the letter to Telangana Assembly Speaker Pocharam Srinivas Reddy and announced to join the opposition BJP. Notably, the resignation was in the view of appointment of A Revnath Reddy as TPCC President. Reddy is set to join the BJP in the presence of Union HM Amit Shah on August 21.
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Congress MLA Kuldeep Bishnoi submitted his resignation to Haryana Assembly Speaker Gian Gupta, on August 3. He resigned from the Haryana Assembly and is now expected to join the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party. In his resignation Bishnoi said that Congress is "no longer" what it was during Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi's time. Congress has deviated from its ideology. It has been reduced to a party of 'chatukars' (sycophants)".
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Union Minister Smriti Irani took a dig at the Wayanad MP and former Congress President Rahul Gandhi, over repeated adjournments of the Parliament. On July 20, Irani said, "A gentleman who has made his political collogue to ensure that productive debate does not take place in parliament had a chequered parliamentary history". The statement came after the Indian National Congress disrespected parliament and created a ruckus, disturbing the… read-more
Congress President Sonia Gandhi, who is currently undergoing treatment at Delhi's Ram Ganga Hospital, is now out of ICU. On June 17, the INC updated about her health conditions and said, Gandhi is diagnosed with a fungal infection in her lower respiratory tract, after being Covid-19 positive and is under close observation. On June 2, Sonia Gandhi tested positive for Covid-19, following which detected of fungal infection, a post-Covid-19… read-more
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The Congress party officials confirmed that Party President Sonia Gandhi has been admitted to ICU, at Ganga Ram Hospital, Delhi. On June 12, she was taken due to COVID-related issues and is said to be under stable condition. Randeep Surjewala, the INC Spokesperson said, "She is stable and will be kept at the hospital for observation". Recently, Gandhi was diagnosed with COVID-19 and was under home isolation.
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In a shocking incident, a former Congress spokesman Rishabh Bhadoria allegedly shot his wife dead. The incident happened in the wee hours of June 6, in Madhya Pradesh. Police said, "The incident occurred in Ram Nagar locality under the Thatipur police station limits in Gwalior city. Bardhamanand Sharma said the accused, who is a habitual offender used a firearm to shoot his wife and fled the crime spot.
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After Sonia Gandhi, the All India Congress Committee (AICC) General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadhra, also tested Covid-19 positive. On June 3, Vadra confirmed being Coronavirus positive, and quarantined herself. "I would request those who came in contact with me to take all necessary precautions," tweeted Priyanka Gandhi. Notably, in the past few days, Gandhi was in Lucknow to address, "Chintan-Shivir" and returned to Delhi on June… read-more
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Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is all set for a two-day Telangana visit, for a grand public meeting in Warangal, on May 6. Furthermore, he will meet arrested NSUI leaders at Chanchalguda Police Station in Telangana. Notably, 18 NSUI students were detained for staging a protest against the Osmania University authority, which denied permission for Gandhi's public meeting at the campus. Meanwhile, during the visit, Gandhi will address Rythu… read-more
Congress leaders including KC Venugopal, Digvijaya Singh, Ambika Soni, Randeep Surjewala, and other top leaders will meet with the interim president Sonia Gandhi on April 25. They will discuss election strategist Prashant Kishor's role and his proposal for the Indian National Congress's revival in the 2024 General elections. The meeting is crucial as it would decide the role of Prashant Kishor in the party.