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Agriculture Laws Repealed: Sonia Gandhi Said – “Modi Government Must Have Learned Some Lessons For The Future”

After Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the withdrawal of all three agricultural laws, Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi called it a victory for the sacrifice of farmers. Sonia said that more than 700 farmer families, whose members sacrificed their lives in this struggle for justice, today their sacrifice has paid off. Today truth, justice and non-violence have won. Sonia said - Negotiation is necessary from all sides Sonia said that any decision in a democracy should be taken after consultation with every stakeholder and consultation with the opposition. I hope the Modi government has learned at least some lessons for the future. Congress will celebrate Kisan Vijay Diwas on November 20 Congress will celebrate 'Kisan Vijay Diwas' across the country tomorrow i.e....

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Is India’s Congress Party In A State Of Self-Destruct?

In Punjab, where innocent Indians were massacred by British colonial control at Jallianwala Bagh, Amritsar has just undergone a major refurbishment. Jallianwala Bagh has been "Disneyified" by the BJP administration, according to Congress Party leader Rahul Gandhi, and only a person who does not understand the meaning of sacrifice can inflict such an insult on the victims. These states, Punjab, Chhattisgarh, and Rajasthan, have been in the headlines recently because of infighting among their ranks. Bhupesh Baghel, the vibrant chief minister of Chhattisgarh, led his followers to New Delhi in a show of strength to wipe out any threat to his position from his party opponent T.S. Deo last month, much to the displeasure of the Congress Party high command. It was anticipated that the party...

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Punjab Cabinet Meeting Today: Channi Government Can Give A Big Gift, Hints On Twitter

The meeting of the Punjab Cabinet, chaired by new Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi, will be held on Tuesday at 3 pm. Although the agenda has not been yet announced by the Punjab government for this meeting, but it is expected that the government can take a big decision for the public sake in this meeting. CM Charanjit Singh Channi himself has indicated this. He has written on his Twitter account, 'Solution of another big problem' will be discussed. On Monday itself, Punjab Congress chief Navjot Singh Sidhu had attacked the government on many matters. After this a meeting was also held between CM Channi and Sidhu. Although the meeting was inconclusive, but there are rumours that the matters raised by Sidhu may be considered in the Punjab cabinet meeting. Even its been said that Cha...

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Punjab Politics: Amarinder Singh To Form A New Alliance With Like-Minded Parties

The former chief minister of Punjab, Amarinder Singh on Tuesday said that he will form his own political party. There is also a slight chance of him allying with the BJP and Akali Dal if the farmer’s protest is resolved. The former CM said that congress has no right to talk about secularism, pointing to the alliance with Shiv Sena in Maharashtra. Amarinder Singh with Sonia Gandhi Read more: PM Modi Was Called An “Angootha Chhaap” In A Tweet By Karnataka Congress Amarinder Singh aspires to align with like - minded parties. He said that his main agenda is nationalism and would keep nation as the first priority and also welcomed the parties who want to form alliances with him on this agenda. After his resignation from his position of chief minister, he said that he was humil...

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Congress Announces To Give 40% Tickets To Women In UP Elections

General Secretary of Indian National Congress, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Tuesday made a major announcement regarding the upcoming Uttar Pradesh Elections. She announced that the party will give 40% tickets to contest the upcoming Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections to women. In a press conference held on Tuesday, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra said that "Today, hatred is dominant in power, I want to change it. Women can change this. If the country is to be taken out of the politics of casteism and religion and towards the politics of equality, then women will have to come forward." Priyanka Gandhi Vadra said that if the participation of women in the politics of Uttar Pradesh increases, then it will also increase nationally. She further added, "I am currently in charge of UP. The women who ar...

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