Raja Singh Lodh Is BJP Only Candidate To Win In Telangana


BJP’s Raja Singh Lodh has over 60 cases against him.

Hyderabad: 

Firebrand leader Raja Singh Lodh will be the sole torch-bearer for the BJP in the Assembly as all other party candidates bit the dust in the December 7 Telangana polls.

Mr Singh, known in many quarters for his “inflammatory” comments, and who has over 60 cases against him, mostly for “hate speeches”, retained his Goshamahal Assembly constituency in Hyderabad.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had, in fact, campaigned for him in the segment.

BJP’s Telangana state unit President K Laxman and floor leader in the dissolved Assembly Kishan Reddy lost in Musheerabad and Amberpet segments respectively.

The BJP contested in 118 Assembly segments out of the total of 119, leaving one seat to its ally, the Yuva Telangana party.

Assembly Elections 2018 Live Results : Telangana

Seeking votes for change and claiming itself to be the alternative to TRS and Congress, the BJP had conducted a high octane campaign with a galaxy of top leaders, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi and party President Narendra Modi, canvassing in the state.

BJP had five MLAs in the previous Assembly.

The party contested the 2014 Assembly elections in alliance with the TDP.

In a statement, Laxman said that the BJP accepted the people’s verdict and that the Narendra Modi government would extend all help and cooperation to Telangana for its development.

Opining that major issues like unemployment,family rule, corruption and dictatorial rule have been relegated to the margins, he claimed that the reason for it was the campaign by TDP chief and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu.

Naidu’s campaign had raised “sentiments” among people, Laxman claimed.

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Assembly election result 2018: This candidate won by just three votes


खास बातें

  1. साल 2013 के चुनाव में पियनमाविया 1371 मतों के अंतर से जीते थे
  2. मिजो नेशनल फ्रंट के उम्मीदवार ललछनदामा राल्ते तीन वोटों से जीते
  3. लावमावमा टोचांग ने निर्दलीय उम्मीदवार लालरिनपुई को 72 मतों से हराया

आइजोल: पांच राज्यों के विधानसभा चुनाव में शाम तक घोषित नतीजों में सबसे छोटी जीत हासिल करने वाले उम्मीदवार मिजो नेशनल फ्रंट के ललछनदामा राल्ते हैं. मिजोरम (Mizoram Elections) में राल्ते ने अपने निकटतम प्रतिद्वंदी कांग्रेस के आरएल पियनमाविया को तीन वोटों से पराजित किया.

मिजोरम में मिजो नेशनल फ्रंट के उम्मीदवार ललछनदामा राल्ते ने कांग्रेस के आरएल पियनमाविया को महज तीन मतों से पराजित कर दिया. साल 2013 के विधानसभा चुनाव में पियनमाविया 1371 मतों के अंतर से जीते थे.

मिजोरम के विधानसभा चुनाव में दो अन्य उम्मीदवारों ने अपने निकटतम प्रतिद्वंद्वी को 100 से कम मतों के अंतर से पराजित किया है. मिजो नेशनल फ्रंट के लावमावमा टोचांग ने निर्दलीय उम्मीदवार लालरिनपुई को 72 मतों से पराजित किया. इसी तरह मिजो नेशनल फ्रंट के सी लालरिनसांगा ने कांग्रेस के चालरोसांगा राल्ते को 77 मतों से पराजित किया.

यह भी पढ़ें : Mizoram Election Results 2018: इस पुराने कांग्रेसी नेता ने रखी बीजेपी की ‘लाज’, मिजोरम में पहली बार खोला खाता


दूसरी तरफ तेलंगाना में तेलंगाना राष्ट्र समिति (टीआरएस) के अध्यक्ष के चंद्रशेखर राव (केसीआर) के भतीजे टी हरीश राव ने तेलंगाना विधानसभा चुनाव में सिद्दीपेट सीट से 1.20 लाख मतों के अंतर से जीत दर्ज की.

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Telangana A Banana Republic? Hyderabad High Court On 4 am Swoop Of Congress Candidate


Congress legislator A Revanth Reddy was taken into preventive custody and released later.

Hyderabad: 

The Hyderabad High Court pulled up Telangana Police after A Revanth Reddy, a senior Congress leader in the state, was detained early Tuesday morning for threatening to stop a public meeting of caretaker chief minister K Chandrashekar Rao, three days before the state votes in the assembly elections.

Asking if Telangana is a “banana republic”, the court also summoned the state police chief.

Mr Reddy, a sitting legislator from Kodangal who is contesting in the December 7 elections, was picked up from his home in Vikarabad district, 75 km from Hyderabad, early on Tuesday morning. A police team barged into his home at around 3 am, when the family was sleeping, according to his wife.

Mr Reddy was taken into preventive custody and released in the evening after Mr Rao’s rally got over.

“Police are acting in a biased manned. DGP also did not follow court orders on providing security to me. Hundreds of police personnel broke doors and barged in to my house and dragged me away while I was sleeping at 4 am. The incident reflects the state of affairs of the conditions under which people are living,” Mr Reddy said after he was dropped at home. 

The Election Commission also ordered the removal of the most senior police officer of Vikarabad as the police observer found that Mr Reddy’s detention was “unwarranted”, sources in the poll panel said.. The election panel has issued directions to not assign Superintendent of Police T Annapurna any work related to the state elections.

Condemning the police action, Congress president Rahul Gandhi said the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) government resorted to the police action “due to fear of defeat.”

“TRS cannot stop the Congress wave with arrests. Revanth Reddy’s arrest is pinnacle of KCRs dictatorship. Days are nearing to end TRS’ anti-people governance. The arrest was due to fear of defeat. People are going to give rest to KCR (K Chandrashekar Rao) by defeating him,” Mr Gandhi tweeted in Telugu on Tuesday.

After Mr Reddy was taken away, large gatherings were banned in Kodangal as a precaution, Rajat Kumar, the state election body chief told NDTV.

It was the second time Mr Reddy faced action in the run-up to the Telangana elections. Last week, he and his associates’ homes were raided. The state election body chief said that Rs. 51 lakh was seized during the raids. Mr Reddy lashed out at his political opponents and alleged that he was facing “politically-motivated persecution.”





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Assembly Elections 2018 Updates: Congress Can’t Even Decide On Chief Ministerial Candidate: Amit Shah


Congress Can't Even Decide On Chief Ministerial Candidate, Says Amit Shah: Updates

Assembly Elections 2018: Today is the last day for campaigning in Telanagana and Rajasthan.

New Delhi: 

After weeks of rallying ahead of the Assembly Elections campaigning will end today for all parties who gear up for the final push in Telangana and Rajasthan. BJP chief Amit Shah began by addressing a press conference where he said the party held about 222 rallies ahead of the polls. Rahul Gandhi is to address a press conference later in the day.

While PM Modi, BJP’s Amit Shah will address rallies in Rajasthan, In Telangana, Chief minister KCR will conclude campaigning with a big meeting in his constituency – Gajwel. Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, Chandrababu Naidu and the alliance partners are to address a massive meeting. UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will be back in Telangana where he will address a rally in Bhupalapalle constituency.

Rajasthan and Telanagana will vote on December 7 and the results will be declared on December 11.

Here are the live update of Aseembly Election Campaigning:

While Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah will address rallies in Rajasthan, caretaker chief minister KCR will conclude campaigning in Telangana with a big rally in his constituency – Gajwel.

Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, TDP’s Chandrababu Naidu and the alliance partners have planned to address a massive rally. UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will also be in Telangana where he will address a rally in Bhupalapalle constituency.

Today is the last day of campaigning for the assembly elections in Rajasthan and Telangana. The BJP, Congress and regional parties have planned multiple rallies in both states.





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mhow bjp candidate udha thakur viral video after mp election 2018 | VIDEO: बीजेपी प्रत्याशी का छलका दर्द, कहा


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राष्ट्रीय अध्यक्ष को किया सेट
बीजेपी प्रत्याशी उषा ठाकुर ने आरोप लगाया कि हमारी पार्टी के महासचिव (कैलाश विजयवर्गीय) ने राष्ट्रीय अध्यक्ष (अमित शाह) को सेट करके मुझे इंदौर से महू भेज दिया. बता दें कि कैलाश विजयवर्गीय के बेटे आकाश को बीजेपी ने इस बार इंदौर-3 सीट से चुनावी मैदान में उतारा है और उषा को महू से टिकट दिया है. महू सीट पर 2013 में कैलाश ने जीत दर्ज की थी. MP चुनाव: इंदौर की सबसे छोटी विधानसभा है इंदौर-3, कांग्रेस को मात दे सत्ता में आई BJP

सीट पर बदलने का दुख
उषा ठाकुर का यह दर्द उनका विधानसभा क्षेत्र बदलने पर छलका है. बीजेपी उम्मीदवार अपने चुनावी प्रचार के दौरान महू विधानसभा के कार्यकर्ताओं को संबोधित कर रही थीं. हालांकि, जी न्यूज इस वीडियो की पुष्टि नहीं करता है. MP चुनाव: संविधान निर्माता आम्बेडकर की जन्मस्थली ‘महू’ कैसे बनी बीजेपी का गढ़

‘लव-जिहाद’ पर चर्चा में रहीं
बीजेपी विधायक उषा ठाकुर ‘लव जिहाद’ को लेकर चर्चा में रह चुकी हैं. नवरात्रि के मौके पर उषा ने पार्टी कार्यकर्ताओं से यह सुनिश्चित करने को कहा था कि उनके विधानसभा क्षेत्र इंदौर (3) में गरबा कार्यक्रमों में मुस्लिम युवा न दाखिल हो पाएं. ठाकुर ने कहा था कि मुस्लिम युवा ‘लव जिहाद’ के तहत हिंदू लड़कियों को बहला-फुसला लेते हैं और उनका धर्म परिवर्तन कर इस्लाम कबूल करा देते हैं. इस बयानबाजी के बाद काफी विवाद हुआ था.





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Novak Djokovic Suggests A “Strong Candidate” For The England Cricket Team, Gets An Ace Reply From ICC


Novak Djokovic, who reached the summit showdown of the ATP Finals on Saturday after beating Kevin Anderson, has more than just tennis on his mind. World number one Djokovic, who plays Germany’s Alexander Zverev on Sunday, took to Twitter to suggest a “strong candidate” for the England cricket team. Posting a candid picture with Imran Bashir, his chauffuer during the ongoing ATP Finals, Djokovic praised Bashir’s cricketing abilities and said, “Imran Bashir (my chauffeur for the #NittoATPFinals) has been part of #TeamDjokovic for 10 years! He is also a famous batsman for his local #cricket team. He received this trophy for best batsman of the year and we need to get it out there!”

He then followed it up with a tweet, where he tagged England Cricket and put forward Bashir as a “strong candidate” for the Poms. “#TrevorBayliss @englandcricket, you should keep your eye on Imran. I think he is a strong candidate for your team.”

And the streak of tweets just didn’t end as the International Cricket Council (ICC) also jumped into the conversation, inviting him for a “net session” during the upcoming 2019 Cricket World Cup.

ICC tweeted, “We know you try to avoid nets as a tennis player, but if you feel like mixing up your @Wimbledon preparation next year, come down and have a net session at the @cricketworldcup!”

Djokovic comfortably saw off the fourth seed Kevin Anderson 6-2, 6-2, never looking remotely troubled as he targets a record-equalling sixth end-of-season title at London’s O2 Arena.

Earlier, 21-year-old Zverev beat Roger Federer 7-5, 7-6 (7/5), denying the Swiss veteran a tilt at a 100th title and earning a chance to avenge his round-robin defeat at the hands of the Serb earlier in the tournament.

“I’m very pleased I’m able to play at a high level consistently week after week for the last six months,” said Djokovic.

“I played very well in the group stage against Sascha (Zverev) but I don’t think he was close to his best… It is the last match of the year for both of us so let the better player win.”

Anderson came into the evening contest knowing his serve had to be firing on all cylinders if he was to stand any chance against Djokovic — one of the greatest returners in the history of the game.

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Rajasthan elections: 6 new faces in BJP’s third list of election candidate


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Rajasthan Elections 2018: congress releases 152 candidate list for rajasthan assembly polls


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In Second Candidate List For Rajasthan, BJP Drops 3 Ministers


The party has named four women candidates in its second list. (File)

New Delhi: 

The Bharatiya Janata Party on Wednesday released the second list of 31 candidates for the December 7 Rajasthan assembly polls, dropping three of its incumbent Ministers in the state.

The names were released after detailed deliberations at the party’s Central Election Committee.

In the second list, the party has dropped 14 MLAs and three ministers — Babu Lal Verma, Rajkumar and Dhan Singh Rawat.

The party has named four women candidates in its second list. The party has not given ticket to any Muslim candidate.

The party has repeated seven of its MLAs while it has introduced 25 new faces.

The party has fielded four new candidates who had joined the party a few days back including Ashok Sharma from Rajakheda and Mahesh Pratap Singh from Nathdwara constituency.

With today’s list, the BJP has announced 162 names for elections to the 200-member assembly. 

The party had announced the first list of 131 candidates on Sunday.





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