LOK JANSHAKTI PARTY
Nobody can be denied citizenship on ground of religion: Ram Vilas Paswan
"Be it Dalits, tribals, backwards, minorities of upper castes, they are all original citizens of the country. Citizenship is their birthright. No government can snatch it away. No Indian citizen will be bothered unnecessarily," Ram Vilas Paswan said. As far as NRC is concerned, there has been no discussion on it but it has nothing to with any religion, he said.
Citizenship Act: Opposition to intensify agitation
Opposition parties plan to intensify their agitation against CAA and the proposed nationwi...
LJP as free as BJP to fight polls alone: Lok Janshakti Party chief Chirag Paswan
"We need better coordination and we need to speak more often...
Chirag Paswan set to be named Lok Janshakti Party Chief in November
Chirag will make his first address to the party as its chief at a rally in Patna on November 28.
Winter session starts on stormy note; opposition uproar in Lok Sabha
Within minutes of commencement of the Question Hour, around 30 members from the Congress trooped into the Well, shouting slogans and demanding that the government stop attacking the opposition as well as foisting false cases.
LJP's Chirag Paswan demands NDA committee for better coordination between alliance partners
Lok Janshakti Party’s national president Chirag Paswan reacted on NDA meeting ahead of winter session of parliament. He said, “We missed Shi...
BJP allies deserting the 'sinking ship' in Jharkhand: Hemant Soren
Soren is leading the opposition alliance comprising the JMM, the Congress and the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD). According to the alliance's seat-sharing arrangement, the JMM will contest 43 seats, Congress 31 and RJD in seven constituencies.
BJP's behavior forced LJP, AJSU to take their own path: KC Tyagi on Jharkhand polls
JD(U)'s general secretary and national spokesperson, KC Tyagi said on November 13 that it is because of BJP's behaviour that Lok Janshakti P...
LJP to contest 50 seats in Jharkhand: Chirag Paswan
The BJP on Tuesday received another setback after its National Democratic Alliance (NDA) ally Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) decided to contest the Jharkhand Assembly polls alone.
Now, alliance hiccups for BJP in Jharkhand
The AJSU has announced candidates for three seats — Chakradharpur, Sindri and Simaria –– where the BJP has also fielded its own candidates. The AJSU, which was earlier demanding 19 of the 81 seats in the alliance, agreed to limit it to 12 after AJSU president Sudesh Mahto met BJP president Amit Shah over seat-sharing in New Delhi on Monday.
Win some, lose some for BJP & Congress
Byelections for 51 assembly seats and two Lok Sabha seats saw both, the BJP and Congress draw some positives. In Bihar, CM Nitish Kumar suffered a huge setback as JDU lost three of five assembly seats. While UP gave Yogi 7 out 11 seats.
Maharashtra denies maha win for BJP, party suffers Jat jolt in Haryana
Although the BJP will form the government in Maharashtra with Shiv Sena and is likely to get the numbers in Haryana, the party will have to introspect what went wrong after a resounding victory, just a few months ago, in the Lok Sabha elections.
Voting in Maharashtra, Haryana assembly elections on Monday; Bypolls to 51 assembly seats across the country
In Maharashtra, where the 'Mahayuti' alliance of BJP, Shiv Sena and smaller parties is against the 'Maha-agadhi' led by the Congress and the NCP, a total of 8,98,39,600 people, including 4,28,43,635 women, are eligible to vote.
2 leaders of ruling NDA shot dead in a day in Bihar
JD-U leader Sant Kumar Singh and LJP leader Kalyan Dutt Pandey were shot dead by unidentified men in two separate incidents.
Lok Janshakti Party faces uphill task of reasserting its political stance
His party will be contesting six out of the 40 seats in Bihar the same number the LJP had won in 2014.
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