Congress not against granting citizenship to Hindus: Abhishek Singhvi
Abhishek Singhvi said: "The Congress is a party which always wanted, welcomed and supported the grant of citizenship to Hindus and other communities. What we are opposed to is why should we deny citizenship to a particular community - that is my question as a political party."
Abhishek Singhvi on CAA: Congress not against granting citizenship to Hindus
The Congress party has categorically rejected the claims that th...
Have to follow CAA until Supreme Court intervenes: Congress' Salman Khurshid
While speaking to ANI, on Kapil Sibal's statement in CAA “Consti...
Don't do something to artificially boost growth: Congress on 'data revamp' reports
The govt has suddenly expressed alarm and a "revamp of official statistics" is being proposed because it believes unorganised sector has not been looked at, said Congress' Abhishek Singhvi. He also hit out at the govt over the National Crime Records Bureau data that an average 35 unemployed and 36 self-employed people ended their lives every day in 2018.
No state can deny implementation of CAA: Congress leader Kapil Sibal
There is no way a state can deny the implementation of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) when it is already passed by the Parliament, said Congress leader Kapil Sibal on Saturday, who claimed that doing so would be "unconstitutional".
Will give 100 out of 100 to Kejriwal for ads: Congress state president
Subhash Chopra, Congress state president, claims AAP and BJP are two sides of the same coin.
Congress announces its first list of 54 candidates for Delhi Assembly polls
Former AAP leader Alka Lamba, who switched over to the Congress, has been fielded from Chandni Chowk constituency, while election campaign committee chairman Kirti Azad's wife Poonam Azad will contest from Sangam Vihar.
Yoganand Shastri resigns from Delhi Congress, party leaders claim no information
Weeks ahead of Delhi polls, senior Congress leader and former assembly Speaker Yoganand Shastri resigned from the party over differences with the city unit president Subhash Chopra, alleging tickets to contest the election were on "sale" by party leaders.
Congress launches theme song ahead of Delhi polls
Talking to reporters, Delhi Congress chief Subhash Chopra said through its theme song, the party will tell people about "prosperous Delhi" during the 15-year tenure of the Sheila Dikshit govt. Congress president Sonia Gandhi and senior leaders, including late Sheila Dikshit, Rahul & Priyanka Gandhi, feature in the song which shows work done by Congress.
Revamp of official statistics by govt is alarming: Abhishek Singhvi
Highlighting the slump in the economy, Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi said here on Sunday that government's "proposal to revamp the o...
People don’t take Congress seriously, BJP has no credibility: Gopal Rai
AAP convenor Gopal Rai, who holds multiple portfolios in the state, is fighting elections from Babarpur.
DMK, Congress cool tempers after fissures break over local poll seat-sharing
After meeting DMK chief MK Stalin on Saturday morning, Puducherry chief minister and a Congress leader V Narayanasamy told reporters that ties are stronger than ever, and will continue to hold till the next Assembly elections slated for 2021.
Two AAP MLAs quit after being denied ticket for Feb 8 polls, one of them joins Congress
Adarsh Shastri quit the AAP after it denied him ticket to seek re-election from Dwarka constituency.
'Saheb' is four-time CM, I anyhow became DyCM four times: Ajit Pawar
Ajit Pawar was speaking at a function in his constituency Baramati in Pune district on Saturday. "I am a party worker who has seen 'saheb' (Sharad Pawar) become chief minister four times. I too, anyhow, became deputy chief minister four times," the 60-year-old leader said, evoking laughter from the audience.
Kerala CM trying to implement CAA, NPR secretly: Congress
Leader of Opposition in the Assembly and Congress member Ramesh Chennithala alleged the Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan going ahead with the steps to implement the controversial Citizenship Amendment Act. His remark came just a few days after the Left government moved the Supreme Court against the said Act.
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