In an attempt to attract minority votes for his party,SP leader,Azam Khan,crossed boundaries of division on the basis of religion. He went ahead to create a rift in Indian army. He said it were the Muslim soldiers who won the Kargil war of 1999 and not any hindu soldiers.
Anything for votes !!
After a criminal case was registered against Imran Masood,Congress’ Saharanpur candidate,and he was arrested for his hate speech against Modi,Rahul Gandhi’s Saharanpur rally was cancelled. Imran Masood has stated he would chop Modi into pieces and that Gujarat has only 4 percent Muslims but Uttar Pradesh there are 42 percent Muslims. When questioned,Imran said all he meant was he would teach Modi a lesson and that he would say sorry only after Modi says so for 2002 riots in Gujarat.The Congress party seemed sidelining itself from Masood’s controversial remark to the extent that Rahul Gandhi who was scheduled to address a rally in the area cancelled his visit.
Who knows,the party cadres might be feeling at ease after Rahul cancelling his visit. After all, its a tough ask to gather crowd for Rahul.
Nandan Nilekani , the former UIDAI chief and co-founder of Infosys, who has recently joined Congress,disclosed details of his assets while filing his nomination for Lok Sabha.
He recalled when he co-founded Infosys, he had Rs 200 in his pocket and today he has assets worth Rs 7,700 crores !!
But one thing that might be keeping politicians baffled is, if he has already made so much money legitimately, why is he required to join politics ? 😀
After Arvind Kejriwal made a statement on BJP PM candidate, Narendra Modi, that he either kills or buys his opponents ,the BJP has complained about the same remark to the Election Commission.
Its no secret that for the 2014 General Elections , Kejriwal has defeated all other opponents of Modi to stand out as the biggest hurdle in between Modi and the PM’s chair. Following Kejriwal’s claim on Modi-killing Kejriwal is not possible for Modi.What next ?? Second Option ? 😀
After the cops knocked his doorstep, Sahara chief Subrata Roy moved the Supreme Court against the arrest warrant against him for defying summons and promised to appear in court on March 4 in a long-running case involving his alleged failure to refund investors’ money.