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Nepotism In Indian Politics: Factor That Unites Diametrically Opposites

Nepotism is an integral part of Indian politics. When it comes to the five impending elections for state assemblies, it is not uncommon for members of one political family to be on opposite sides of the political divide. Everyone in Akhilesh Yadav's large family has been marginalised after a protracted rift, earning the Samajwadi Party (SP) considerable public ridicule for being a family business. Having no future in the SP, Aparna Yadav, his sister-in-law, decided to join the BJP. There is a fading return to the Badal family dominance of the Akali Dal, which has ruled Punjab politics for decades. Political Nepotism of India In Indian politics, dynastic succession is reality except for parties like the BJP and the dying CPM and CPI, though they too make provisions for scions dem...

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Congress Cannot Win Goa Assembly Elections On Its Own, Says Sanjay Raut

Shiv Sena has expressed concern over Congress not showing enthusiasm on its proposal to repeat Maharashtra's alliance experiment in Goa assembly elections. Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut on Thursday said the political situation in Goa is such that if the Congress contests the assembly elections there on its own, it will not be able to even cross the unit's figure. Raut said Congress has only three MLAs in Goa. The party legislators left the party in a group, he said. "As important political parties, we (Shiv Sena and NCP) had offered cooperation to the Congress in this difficult time. But I don't have any information about what Congress is thinking. If she contests the elections on her own, she cannot even cross the unit's figure," he added. After having a round of talks with ...

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During The Hospital Complex Inauguration, Mamata Unhappy With Modi, “We Have Already Done This”

On Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated a hospital complex in Kolkata. During this, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who was present during the program, was unhappy with PM Modi. She claimed that the state government has already inaugurated the hospital that PM Modi is inaugurating. She said that the State Health Minister had called her twice to attend the inauguration program. She further said, "I thought this is a program in Kolkata and PM Modi is also coming here. So, it must be attended by me". She said, "I want to tell PM Narendra Modi that it was inaugurated by our state government earlier itself. We needed Covid Centers during the bad situation of Corona. During this, we have found that Chittaranjan Hospital Complex is under the state government. To...

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Will Tikait Jump In Uttar Pradesh Elections? Farmer Leaders Are Soft On Yogi Government Giving Police Protection!

As most of the organizations involved in the farmers' movement have announced to contest elections in Punjab, similar the question of them jump into Uttar Pradesh elections has attracted everyone's attention towards them. Most of the leaders are getting offers from political parties, but so far they are not saying yes or no to any party. The question of the role of Rakesh Tikait in the Uttar Pradesh elections is getting all eyes upon him. Tikait has said, he will reveal the further strategy only after the code of conduct comes into force. There is an option of 'lotus and red cap' in front of him. One of the close ally of Rakesh Tikait told that CM of Uttar Pradesh has given him police protection. In September 2021, Tikait has advised the BJP to promote Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and m...

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Chirag Paswan’s Announcement: LJP Will Contest Alone In The UP Assembly, Will Field Candidates On All Seats

Chirag Paswan's Lok Janshakti Party (Ram Vilas) has made a big announcement regarding the assembly elections to be held in Uttar Pradesh next year. Chirag Paswan said on Wednesday that we will not forge an alliance with any party in the UP assembly elections. We will fight the elections on our own and will field our candidates on all the seats in the state. On behalf of the Lok Janshakti Party, it has been said by tweeting that in the meeting held yesterday regarding the Uttar Pradesh elections, the state president of LJP (R) UP, executive members, district president, and worker colleagues gave their suggestions. In view of these suggestions, it has been decided to fight alone in the upcoming UP elections under the central leadership of LJP (R). Earlier, in the assembly elections he...

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