In a significant political development in Tamil Nadu, the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) has decided to break its ties with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and exit the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) ahead of the highly anticipated 2024 general elections. This decisive move came following the passing of a resolution at a meeting convened by the party's general secretary, Edappadi K Palaniswami.
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Ahead of the crucial 2024 general assembly elections, the Janata Dal (Secular), led by former Karnataka CM HD Kumaraswamy, joined the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) on Friday after meeting Union Home Minister Amit Shah and BJP president JP Nadda, who announced the alliance on X (Twitter.), formally, we discussed joining hands with the BJP. We've discussed the preliminary issues formally...There is no demand (from our side),"… read-more
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The counting of votes in seven assembly seats has begun. This will be a major test for the opposition alliance, INDIA, against the BJP-led NDA ahead of the polls in five states later this year and Lok Sabha elections in 2024. The counting of votes began at 8 am at centres set up in the respective states. Seven seats of the West Bengal, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh and Jharkhand conducts by-election.
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Bihar CM Nitish Kumar expressed his hesitation to name the unity alliance as 'INDIA,' (Indian National Development Inclusive Alliance. The name was suggested by West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee, during the second opposition meeting, which was attended by 26 opposition parties, to discuss the 2024 elections. According to sources, Nitish Kumar mentioned he didn't like name INDIA, simply because of the term NDA (National Democratic Alliance)… read-more
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Presidential Poll Results: Droupadi Murmu Leads Against Yashwant Sinha, First Round Of Counting Comes To End
The counting of votes for the presidential election began and July 21, and the first round of counting is reportedly concluded. As of now, Droupadi Murmu has taken a lead against Yashwant Sinha. Reportedly, Murmu has secured 540 votes, whereas, Sinha has secured 208 votes. The winner of the poll will become the 15 president of India, succeeding Ram Nath Kovind.
The voting for the presidential election began on July 18, and PM Modi was among the first to cast his vote in the parliament. Polling to elect the 15th president of India began at around 10 am. The counting of votes will reportedly take place on July 21. NDA candidate Droupadi Murmu has been pitted against candidate nominated by joint opposition Yaswant Sinha.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is likely to announce its candidates for the upcoming Vice President elections. Notably, the BJP will hold a parliamentary board meeting, following which will announce the name. Chaired by PM Narendra Modi, the meeting will be attended by BJP National President JP Nadda and other senior leaders. Furthermore, the VP election's nomination will be on July 19, and the election on August 6.
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The National Democratic Alliance's Presidential candidate Droupadi Murmu is conducting campaigns for the upcoming Presidential elections on July 18. For this campaign, Murmu will meet BJP MLAs and MPs in Goa on July 14. As per sources, she will arrive in Panaji and meet BJP and opposition leaders, seeking support for the elections. Notably, the Goa Assembly House has 40 MLAs, of which 50% MLAs are of BJP.
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Draupadi Murmu, the NDA presidential candidate is scheduled to visit Lucknow to campaign for the Presidential election. On July 8-visit, Murmu will meet the MLAs and MPs of the BJP as well as allies in Uttar Pradesh, which is also the largest state with MPs, MLAs, votes value of over 1.2 1 lakhs. Moreover, of the total 10,86,431 people's representatives votes, UP alone, holds a total of 14.88% vote.
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Tribal leader Droupadi Murmu filed nomination papers, as the presidential candidature of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA.) On June 24, Murmu filed a paper in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah and NDA leaders. In addition, non-NDA like YSRCP, AIMIM and BJD leaders were also present during the nomination filing process at the Parliament building, Delhi. Murmu will be contesting against Yashwant… read-more
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