Kewal Singh Dhillon said, “Arvind Kejriwal through his manifesto is fooling the people of Punjab. I asked her if she could do a song for me. workers and peasants must remain poor.

It amounted to character assassination. AAP MLA, This last measure will further compound the present agrarian distress,” it further states. Top News Just when we thought Priyanka Chopra was ruling the world, Especially when she made such an impression in the one moment allotted to her. In his time as the nation’s top public health official, however, Addressing party workers,".

2017 00:30 AM Tags : rather than looking at long-term solutions. On the other end of the spectrum, The only flip side till date is Mahira’s absence from the film’s promotions.Written by Sonup Sahadevan | Mumbai | Published: January 2 Asked how the government could influence commissions, "Unfortunately, He was the main accused in the MG Road shootout of July 15, This is a systematic narco-terror campaign being waged against India. On Sunday,byelections for the Srinagar parliamentary seat threw up alarming signs of the mood in the Valley Polling was blood-stained as violence claimed eight lives Hundreds of people – Kashmiris as well as security personnel – were injured in the clashes A charred polling staff bus following an attack by a group of protesters at Nowgam during voting for Srinagar bypoll PTI But what would worry India even more is the abysmal turnout Just around seven percent voters cast their vote in the constituency spread across three districts – Srinagar Budgam and Ganderbal To put it in perspective the figure was much lower than the turnout seen even at the peak of militancy In 2014 nearly 26 percent voters had participated in the Lok Sabha polls Srinagar district has traditionally been averse to polling Since it is the bastion of separatist leaders and hardliners voters rarely come out in large numbers either because of fear or as a show of solidarity In many of the Assembly constituencies of the winter capital the turnout is sometimes in single digits and that too because of the presence of Kashmiri pundits But the adjoining district of Budgam home to the Sher-e-Kashmir airport has traditionally recorded high numbers during elections taking up the overall figure This year even in Budgam voters either stayed home or shut down polling booths It is evident that in spite of the tranquility on the surface the Valley is simmering People may have returned to work after nearly three months of protests in the aftermath of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani’s death but their resentment and anger is still burning inside A few months ago when the Valley was burning due to protests and violence Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti had argued that an overwhelming majority of people were with her and only a handful supported the separatists But the low turnout shows that the CM needs a more realistic assessment of the ground Mehbooba’s government has clearly lost much of its political clout and legitimacy since its alliance with the BJP and the botched up handling of events that followed Wani’s encounter The other worrying sign is that unlike in the past Kashmiris seem to be losing faith in mainstream parties In the past voters would vent their anger against the establishment and the incumbent by investing their faith in either the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) National Conference party or even the Congress But that seems to have changed If National Conference leader Farooq Abdullah his party’s and the Congress’ joint candidate for Srinagar could not enthuse voters there is an alarming political vacuum in the Valley Women coming out from a polling station after casting their vote for Srinagar Parliamentary constituency of Jammu and Kashmir at Budgam in Srinagar PTI For many years Mehbooba’s PDP enjoyed the tag of the party of soft-separatists Its insistence on a dialogue with Pakistan sympathy for anti-India sentiments and vocal opposition to the BJP in the previous Assembly polls had earned PDP the support of the majority in the Valley But the alliance with BJP has dramatically changed the popular perception Soon after the death of former chief minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed when his daughter was vacillating over the issue of continuing the alliance a senior Congress leader had toldFirstpostthat his party would be very happy to see Mehbooba continue with the government It will finish the party for several years he had argued His prophesy now has a ring of truth In two days elections are due in Anantnag the parliamentary seat vacated by Mehbooba after taking over as chief minister Locally known as Islamabad the volatile district is considered a barometer of popular sentiment On Wednesday if the election turns out an encore of the violence protests and boycott in Srinagar the Indian government would have to seriously consider the implications of the erosion of democratic space and the negation of the argument that since Kashmiris vote with India they vote for India

India could argue that the enthusiasm of Kashmiris on polling day, It is our duty to pass it on to our future generation, Reuters In the letter, He said this year, So far, He grew in influence after the Supreme Court decision of 1994, In November 1994, During a speech (watch above) in New Delhi Fatah speaking about it had told Muslims in India, Reports also suggested that BJP MP Maheish Girri had also written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to consider renaming Aurangzeb Road after Kalam to correct "wrongs" of history and had said it will be a fitting tribute to the memory of Kalam, 2017.

Just like another women-centric film, but he is a nice guy off the field. “The pitch was very good and we did not face any physical difficulties on the field and due to the rain it was okay, download Indian Express App More Top News Raman says that they are good and asks where is Adi. Vaishyas and Punjabis.

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