BJP president Amit Shah on Thursday pulled up a number of senior leaders of party's Delhi unit for the "lacklustre" election campaign and sternly told them to put up a united fight to effectively counter "main rival" AAP.
Amidst emotional and stoic scenes, Chief of Army Staff (CoAS) General Dalbir Singh, Vice Chief of Army Staff Lt Gen Phillip Campose and other senior officers, besides rank and file, paid tribute to martyred hero Colonel Munindra Nath Rai, the commanding officer of 42 Rashtriya Rifles.
In an exclusive interview with Zee News Editor - Sudhir Chaudhary, Shah spelt out BJP's strategy for the 2015 Delhi Assembly elections. When asked about how important were these elections for the BJP, Shah said, "In electoral politics, we never take any election lightly.
The BJP`s 18-member core group, headed by party president Amit Shah, Thursday reviewed the party campaigning for the Feb 7 Delhi assembly polls and discussed the steps needed to ensure the party`s victory.
A day after giving a detailed blueprint of her action plan for women safety in Delhi, BJP chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi on Thursday shared her 15-point program that will increase engagement with and development of Delhi's youth.
AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal has decided to move the High Court after the Assembly polls challenging the Election Commission's order directing him to desist from commenting on the issue of BJP and Congress allegedly distributing money to voters.
Attacking the BJP and AAP for failing to focus on the poor, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi Thursday said his party was the only one to understand Delhi`s need for development must include the youth and find place for the poor.