Charging the ruling DMK with resorting
to "desperate measures," such as "distributing money" for
votes for the April 13 polls, CPI said the Dravidian
party will be shown the door after elections and AIADMK will
come to power.
ULFA `cultural secretary`
Pranati Deka on Wednesday claimed there was no "division" in the
group and said a decision on peace talks with the government will be taken after the release of all its arrested leaders.
With ally JD(U) strongly opposed to Gujarat CM Narendra Modi campaigning in Bihar, BJP has kept him out of its list of star campaigners for the upcoming Assembly polls and indicated that it would not raise the Ayodhya issue.
RJD on Thursday released its first list of 65 candidates for the 92 constituencies going to poll in the first two phases in Bihar on October 21 and October 24, retaining its stalwarts like Abdul Bari Siddiqui and Ramchandra Purve.