Prime Minister Narendra Modi Says Opposition “Vilifying EVMs” To Explain Coming Defeat


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Prime Minister Narendra Modi today took on a projected opposition alliance for the coming Lok Sabha elections that had a jumpstart yesterday following a massive 22-party rally held in Kolkata yesterday. Accusing the opposition parties of being only about dynasty, the Prime  Minister said it was merely an effort to explaining their inevitable defeat.

“The opposition is staring at defeat in the 2019 election… they are looking for excuses and so EVMs are being vilified,” the Prime Minister said at a meeting with party workers in Congress-ruled Goa today.

The opposition, he said, has formed alliances with each other. “We’ve formed alliance with 125 crore countrymen. Which alliance do you think is stronger?” the Prime Minister said.

“Most leaders at that stage in Kolkata were either sons of influential people or were trying to set up their own children. They have ‘dhanshakti’ (power of wealth), while we have ‘janshakti’ (power of the people)”.

 





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Need To Defeat Dangerous BJP Government At Any Cost: Arvind Kejriwal


Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said at Trinamool Congress’ mega opposition rally in Kolkata.

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Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today called upon people to defeat the “dangerous” Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government at the Centre “at any cost.”

Stating that the country was at the crossroads of a serious crisis, he said there is a need for immediate change of the PM Modi government to save the country and democracy.

“If the Modi-Shah combine continues to rule the country by winning the 2019 elections, it will change the Constitution and further elections will never take place. A fascist regime will set in as was done by Hitler in Germany,” Mr Kejriwal said at Trinamool Congress’ mega opposition rally in Kolkata.

He accused the BJP of creating enmity among people in the name of religion.

“It was Pakistan’s dream to split this country into pieces. This BJP government is going ahead in that direction by creating enmity among people and dividing the nation on the lines of religion, language…” chief minister Kejriwal said at the Brigade Parade Grounds.

He said in the last five years, the Centre has failed to create employment opportunities and farmers are facing an acute crisis.

“Demonetisation has taken away all the scope of employment and Modi’s friendly insurance companies were making money at the cost of farmers,” the Delhi chief minister alleged.

He added that the objective of the general elections is not to find the next prime minister, but to oust PM Modi and his party.

Leaders of all the opposition parties, except the Biju Janata Dal (BJD) and the CPI(M)-led Left Front, took part in the opposition rally today.





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“Not About Removing One Man, It’s To Defeat An Ideology”: Yashwant Sinha


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Former BJP leader Yashwant Sinha – one of the leaders attending the opposition rally in Kolkata – came down heavily on the Narendra Modi government for trying to weaken the democratic institutions in the country.

Addressing “United India Rally” being organised by Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee, Mr Sinha said that the opposition leaders had gathered at the mega-rally not to remove one man, but the kind of thought and ideology he stands for. “Modiji is not the issue here, issues are the issue. There is no democratic institution in this country that this government has not compromised,” he said.

Mr Sinha, who quit the BJP recently, also accused the BJP government of manipulating the developmental statistics to befool the people. “After Independence this is the first government which has been presenting decorated and inflated developmental statistics to befool people,” the former Union Finance minister in the Atal Bihari Vajpayee government said apparently referring to the Niti Aayog downgrading GDP growth rate during UPA time.

The “United India Rally” being organised by Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee at Kolkata’s Brigade Parade Ground today has received a roaring response from opposition leaders as well as the public, with lakhs gathering at the venue. 

Among those on the stage are Samajwadi Party leader Akhilesh Yadav, DMK chief MK Stalin, Loktantrik Janata Dal chief Sharad Yadav, National Conference chief Farooq Abdullah and Nationalist Congress Party’s Sharad Pawar. 

Although Congress president Rahul Gandhi could not make it to the event, he had extended his support in a letter addressed to the Trinamool chief yesterday. All the speakers at the event, including Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi, former BJP leader Yashwant Sinha and Rashtriya Lok Dal leader Jayanth Choudhary, termed the event as a response to the “dark days” the Narendra Modi government had brought upon the country.





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How Europe Reacted To Brexit Deal Defeat


British lawmakers rejected the Brexit deal by a massive vote of 432 to 202.

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The EU and European governments warned Tuesday that the British parliament’s rejection of a Brexit deal heightened the risk of a disorderly withdrawal from the bloc.

Following are some of the key reactions to the vote, which saw MPs vote by a massive 432 to 202 votes against the agreement:

 European Union

“I urge the United Kingdom to clarify its intentions as soon as possible. Time is almost up,” — European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker.

“The Withdrawal Agreement is a fair compromise and the best possible deal. It reduces the damage caused by Brexit for citizens and businesses across Europe. It is the only way to ensure an orderly withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union.

“The risk of a disorderly withdrawal of the United Kingdom has increased with this evening’s vote. While we do not want this to happen, the European Commission will continue its contingency work to help ensure the EU is fully prepared.”

“If a deal is impossible, and no one wants no deal, then who will finally have the courage to say what the only positive solution is?” — EU Council president Donald Tusk, who added the remaining EU27 “will remain united”.

“It’s now up to the British government to say what the next stage is. The EU will remain united and determined to find a deal.” — The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier.

Germany

“This is a bitter day for Europe. We are well prepared — but a hard Brexit would be the least attractive choice, for the EU and GB (Great Britain).” — German Finance Minister and Vice Chancellor Olaf Scholz.

“A hard Brexit will be the worst of all options.” — Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, leader of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s centre-right CDU party and her likely successor.

France

“The pressure is mainly on them.” — President Emmanuel Macron, referring to Britain.

The British people would be “the biggest losers” of a no-deal option, he said.

“Either way, we will have to negotiate a transition period with them because the British cannot afford to no longer have planes taking off or landing at home, and their supermarkets, as much as 70 percent, is supplied with (products) from continental Europe.”

Ireland

“Regrettably, the outcome of tonight’s vote increases the risk of a disorderly Brexit. Consequently, the government will continue to intensify preparations for such an outcome,” government statement.

Austria

“In any case, there will be no renegotiations on the withdrawal agreement.” —  Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, in a tweet.

Spain

“An unordered exit would be negative for the EU and catastrophic for the UK.” — Spanish premier Pedro Sanchez.





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Britain On Edge As Theresa May Faces Defeat In Historic Brexit Deal Vote


Leaders said they would be happy to keep talking with May, but there were no radical changes on offer.

Prime Minister Theresa May stood almost alone on Tuesday, as many in her own party prepared to abandon their leader and reject her unloved Brexit deal – leaving Britain’s future relationship with the Europe unclear.

With Tory vote-counters predicting the possibility of humiliating defeat in a momentous vote at the House of Commons on Tuesday night, historians were searching the past for comparisons.

Some scholars had to return to the nineteenth century to find a comparable party split and parliamentary defeat – to Prime Minister William Gladstone’s support for Irish home rule in 1886, which split the Liberal Party.

“The events in Parliament today are really quite remarkable,” said Cambridge University political historian Luke Blaxill. “This doesn’t happen.” Meaning, usually British parties fight with each other in Parliament – they don’t tear their own parties in half.

Outside of Parliament on Tuesday, hundreds of protestors gathered to shout slogans – more than two years after the 2016 June referendum that saw Brexit win 52 to 48 percent in the largest balloting in British history.

Brexiteers banged drums and rang a “liberty” bell, while pro-Europeans handed out “bollocks to Brexit” stickers.

Jeff Wyatt, 54, a pro-Brexit voter was holding aloft a placard that accused May of treason.

“For the first time in the history of my country, we’ve got Parliament against the people,” Wyatt said, gesturing at the Palace of Westminster.

Over the past weeks, with growing fervor, May has warned Conservative Party members of Parliament that they gambled all if they voted down her half-in, half-out compromise plan.

The British leader argued that rejection of her plan could bring about a fraught “no-deal” Brexit, loaded with financial risk.

Or worse, she warned, opponents of Brexit could succeed in their drive to call for a second referendum on whether to remain or leave in the continental trading bloc.

The prime minister suggested that Brexit supporters might even lose that second vote and be saddled with a bitterly divided nation and the status quo.

“If we don’t vote for this agreement then we risk playing into the hands of those who do not want Brexit to go ahead,” Environment Secretary Michael Gove told BBC Radio on Tuesday.

But there has been mounting frustration and anger over how May has handled the long, slow negotiations with Brussels.

The Liberal Democrat party member, Layla Moran, spoke for many when she told the BBC, “Brexit is a complete cluster shambles.”

British political reporters estimated that as many as 100 Conservative Party members of Parliament might vote against May’s deal, joining the opposition Labour party and others, including Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party, which helps prop up May’s minority government – but hates her Brexit deal.

The Financial Times columnist Robert Shrimsley wrote that it appeared May was hurtling toward “the most shattering rejection of any prime minister in modern times.”

He wondered, “Will it be 200 or only 100? Might Theresa May surprise us all and lose by a mere 50 or 60 votes? It is a measure of the looking glass world of British politics that a crushing reverse on the most important piece of legislation the prime minister will ever introduce is discussed as a bump in the road rather than as the administration-ending loss it should be.”

She almost pleaded with her fellow Tories on Monday to take “a second look” at her plan. “It is not perfect,” she said, “But when the history books are written, people will look at the decision of this House and ask, ‘Did we deliver on the country’s vote to leave the EU, did we safeguard our economy, security or union, or did we let the British people down?'”

What happens next?

If May’s deal is rejected by Parliament, she has until Monday to return to the chamber with her “Plan B.”

May’s office has been tight-lipped about what that might be. Her supporters say she will not resign, even in the face of a crushing defeat. They suggest instead that May might return to Brussels, to seek new concessions over the controversial provisions over the Irish border – or even attempt to reopen negotiations.

At the same time, the opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn is under pressure to call for a “no confidence” vote against May. It is likely he would lose that vote – as Tories will not want to see May chucked and a general election called.

While this plays out, proponents pushing for a second referendum to break the logjam will continue their efforts.

In Brussels, heads were shaking in wonderment at the political chaos enveloping Westminster, and concern continued to grow about the seeming deadlock.

EU diplomats who work on Brexit negotiations warned that they had nothing up their sleeve that could fundamentally shift the debate in Britain if the vote fails. And they said that May has yet to present them with a plan that she can guarantee would pass muster in her own parliament, leaving them puzzled about what precisely Britain wants more than two years into the process and whether they could offer anything to ease the deal over the finish line.

Although EU policymakers have said there would probably be some flexibility about the March 29 deadline, any extension would have to be approved by leaders of all 27 remaining nations, and there is little appetite to do so if it seems that doing so would do little to resolve the debate in Britain. Many capitals are bracing for a chaotic British exit from the European Union and shifting their energies toward preparations to limit the damage.

Leaders said Tuesday they would be happy to keep talking with May, but they said there were no radical changes on offer.

“I do not think that there are any new solutions being put on the table that have nothing to do with what has already been negotiated and agreed,” German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas in told reporters at a session of the European Parliament in Strasbourg.

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)





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Uddhav Thackeray Says The One Who Will Defeat Shiv Sena Is Yet To Be Born


Uddav Thackeray also hit out at the BJP for using the Ram Temple issue as a poll plank. (File)

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Hitting out at BJP chief Amit Shah for his remarks that the party will thrash former allies if a pre-poll alliance did not materialize, Shiv Sena Chief Uddhav Thackeray said on Sunday that one who will defeat the Sena was yet to be born.

In a veiled warning to the Shiv Sena, Amit Shah had recently said that if an alliance happened, the BJP will ensure victory for its allies, but if it did not, the party will thrash its former allies in the coming Lok Sabha polls.

Addressing a rally in Worli, the Shiv Sena leader said, “I have heard words like ”patak denge” from someone. The one who will trounce the Shiv Sena is yet to be born.”

Uddhav Thackeray said his party raised the Ram temple construction issue before elections to “expose” those who used the issue as a poll plank. “I raise the Ram mandir issue during elections only to expose others who always use it as an election plank,” the Sena chief said. He also asked how the BJP how could build the Ram temple when allies like Nitish Kumar and Ram Vilas Paswan are opposing it.

The Sena leader also used the opportunity to hit out at the Congress. “The Congress was shown its place in 2014 for its deeds. The party could not even get the post of Leader of Opposition in the Lok Sabha,” he said.





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If you want to remove previously-stored cookies, you can manually delete the cookies at any time from your browser settings. However, this will not prevent the sites from placing further cookies on your device unless and until you adjust your Internet browser setting as described above.
For more information on the development of user-profiles and the use of targeting/advertising Cookies, please see www.youronlinechoices.eu if you are located in Europe or www.aboutads.info/choices if in the United States.

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By continuing to browse or use our sites, you agree that we can store and access cookies and other tracking technologies as described in this policy.

What are Cookies and Other Tracking Technologies?

A cookie is a small text file that can be stored on and accessed from your device when you visit one of our sites, to the extent you agree.  The other tracking technologies work similarly to cookies and place small data files on your devices or monitor your website activity to enable us to collect information about how you use our sites. This allows our sites to recognize your device from those of other users on our sites. The information provided below about cookies also applies to these other tracking technologies.


How do our sites use Cookies and Other Tracking Technologies?

Zeenews.com use cookies and other technologies to store information in your web browser or on your mobile phone, tablet, computer, or other devices (collectively “devices”) that allow us to store and receive certain pieces of information whenever you use or interact with our zeenews.india.com applications and sites. Such cookies and other technologies helps us to identify you and your interests, to remember your preferences and to track use of zeenews.india.com We also use cookies and other tracking technologies to control access to certain content on our sites, protect the sites, and to process any requests that you make to us.
We also use cookies to administer our sites and for research purposes, zeenews.india.com also has contracted with third-party service providers to track and analyse statistical usage and volume information from our site users. These third-party service providers use persistent Cookies to help us improve user experience, manage our site content, and analyse how users navigate and utilize the sites.

First and Third-party Cookies

First party cookies

These are those cookies that belong to us and which we place on your device or are those set by a website that is being visited by the user at the time (e.g., cookies placed by zeenews.india.com)

Third-party cookies

Some features used on this website may involve a cookie being sent to your computer by a third party. For example, if you view or listen to any embedded audio or video content you may be sent cookies from the site where the embedded content is hosted. Likewise, if you share any content on this website through social networks (for example by clicking a Facebook “like” button or a “Tweet” button) you may be sent cookies from these websites. We do not control the setting of these cookies so please check the websites of these third parties for more information about their cookies and how to manage them.

Persistent Cookies
We use persistent cookies to improve your experience of using the sites. This includes recording your acceptance of our cookie policy to remove the cookie message which first appears when you visit our site.
Session Cookies 
Session cookies are temporary and deleted from your machine when your web browser closes. We use session cookies to help us track internet usage as described above.
You may refuse to accept browser Cookies by activating the appropriate setting on your browser. However, if you select this setting you may be unable to access certain parts of the sites. Unless you have adjusted your browser setting so that it will refuse cookies, our system will check if cookies can be captured when you direct your browser to our sites.
The data collected by the sites and/or through Cookies that may be placed on your computer will not be kept for longer than is necessary to fulfil the purposes mentioned above. In any event, such information will be kept in our database until we get explicit consent from you to remove all the stored cookies.

We categorize cookies as follows:

Essential Cookies

These cookie are essential to our site in order to enable you to move around it and to use its features. Without these essential cookies we may not be able to provide certain services or features and our site will not perform as smoothly for you as we would like. These cookies, for example, let us recognize that you have created an account and have logged in/out to access site content. They also include Cookies that enable us to remember your previous actions within the same browsing session and secure our sites.

Analytical/Performance Cookies

These cookies are used by us or by our third-party service providers to analyse how the sites are used and how they are performing. For example, these cookies track what content are most frequently visited, your viewing history and from what locations our visitors come from. If you subscribe to a newsletter or otherwise register with the Sites, these cookies may be correlated to you.

Functionality Cookies

These cookies let us operate the sites in accordance with the choices you make. These cookies permit us to “remember you” in-between visits. For instance, we will recognize your user name and remember how you customized the sites and services, for example by adjusting text size, fonts, languages and other parts of web pages that are alterable, and provide you with the same customizations during future visits.

Advertising Cookies

These cookies collect information about your activities on our sites as well as other sites to provide you targeted advertising. We may also allow our third-party service providers to use cookies on the sites for the same purposes identified above, including collecting information about your online activities over time and across different websites. The third-party service providers that generate these cookies, such as, social media platforms, have their own privacy policies, and may use their cookies to target advertisement to you on other websites, based on your visit to our sites.

How do I refuse or withdraw my consent to the use of Cookies?

If you do not want cookies to be dropped on your device, you can adjust the setting of your Internet browser to reject the setting of all or some cookies and to alert you when a cookie is placed on your device. For further information about how to do so, please refer to your browser ‘help’ / ‘tool’ or ‘edit’ section for cookie settings w.r.t your browser that may be Google Chrome, Safari, Mozilla Firefox etc.
Please note that if your browser setting is already setup to block all cookies (including strictly necessary Cookies) you may not be able to access or use all or parts or functionalities of our sites.
If you want to remove previously-stored cookies, you can manually delete the cookies at any time from your browser settings. However, this will not prevent the sites from placing further cookies on your device unless and until you adjust your Internet browser setting as described above.
For more information on the development of user-profiles and the use of targeting/advertising Cookies, please see www.youronlinechoices.eu if you are located in Europe or www.aboutads.info/choices if in the United States.

Contact us

If you have any other questions about our Cookie Policy, please contact us at:
If you require any information or clarification regarding the use of your personal information or this privacy policy or grievances with respect to use of your personal information, please email us at [email protected]





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