Rashtryia Lok Dal (RLD) chief Ajit Singh has called a 'mahapanchayat' at his residence at 12, Tughlaq Road in Delhi's Lutyen's zone on Tuesday to chalk out a strategy about converting his government bungalow as a memorial to his father and former prime minister Chaudhary Charan Singh.
Congress on Friday slammed the Centre over the row surrounding the eviction order of the bungalow given to former Union Minister Ajit Singh saying it was "unbecoming" as the Centre hardened its stand on the issue.
Police on Friday registered cases against several RLD and BKU activists, who had protested violently against Centre's move to evict RLD chief Ajit Singh from his official residence in Delhi, at Murad Nagar.
RLD chief Ajit Singh's supporters clashed with police over the move to evict him from government residence in Delhi even as the Centre rejected his demand that the house be converted into a memorial to his father, former prime minister Charan Singh.
RLD leader and former Mathura MP Jayant Chaudhary on Friday scotched speculation of alliance with the Samajwadi Party in UP and said the meeting between party leader Amar Singh and SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadav was just a "coincidence".
Taking exception to the derogatory remarks made by RLD leader Amar Singh and others against its Lok Sabha candidate and Bollywood star Hema Malini, BJP on Saturday said it was planning to lodge a complaint with the Election Commission.
Demanding a CBI probe into the Muzaffarnagar riots, RLD Chief and Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh today alleged that the violence in Western Uttar Pradesh was a result of conspiracy between ruling Samajwadi Party and BJP.