North-South divide is a toolkit adopted by BJP, says Congress after Rahul Gandhi's remark on Kerala politics
Speaking at a press conference, Randeep Singh Surjewala said, 'The North-South divide is a toolkit being adopted and sold by the BJP to the news channels and the public' File image of Rahul Gandhi. Image credits: Twitter @INCIndia New Delhi: A day after top BJP leaders accused Rahul Gandhi of
“BJP trying to divert attention from real issues of rising oil prices, Chinese incursion, farmers’ protest”
Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala came down hard on the ruling BJP for not discussing real challenges before the country The Congress on Wednesday slammed the ruling BJP for diverting from the real issues about rising oil prices, inflation, Chinese intrusion and farmers’ protest.
The Congress on Monday alleged that the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party was inventing ways to mislead farmers about the new agricultural laws after realising that the protestors will not be swayed by the party’s assurances anymore.
Earlier on Thursday, Randeep Singh Surjewala attacked the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led central government over rising prices of petrol and diesel, accusing it of ‘fuel loot’.
Defence Minister’s statement misleading, no assurance on Chinese withdrawal from India’s territory: Congress
‘Modi government and Defence Minister Rajnath Singh refuse to give an unequivocal assurance for restoration of status quo ante as on April, 2020 by the Chinese,’ Randeep Singh Surjewala said Congress leader Randeep Singh Surjewala The Congress said on Thursday that the Modi government is brazenly compromising national security and India’s territorial integrity, which was clear from the Defence Minister’s statement in Rajya Sabha today on the Chinese Incursions in Eastern Ladakh. “Prime Minister Narendra
Congress national media in-charge Randeep Singh Surjewala. (Image: Twitter/@rssurjewal) Following the violent clashes between farmers and police in Delhi on Tuesday, the Congress again hit out at the Modi government for the “collision” with the people over the contentious farm laws and demanded their immediate withdrawal. In a statement, party General Secretary Randeep Surjewala said there is no place for violence in democracy and it is good that agitating farmers have separated themselves who have indulged
Farmers have understood that this govt is subservient to a handful of crony capitalists and wants to sell off the Rs 25 lakh crore agri-commodities trade to 4 or 5 people, it said Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala (PTI) The Congress on Monday called upon PM Narendra Modi to ‘shed the crony capitalists for whom he has enacted the three farm laws’, repeal the laws and apologise to the 62 crore farmers of the country. “Today even the Supreme Court expressed its anguish and its disappointment over
Ahead of the Congress' Foundation Day in December, Rahul Gandhi went abroad on a personal visit and it was party General Secretary and spokesman Randeep Singh Surjewala who announced that he was not in the country. Rahul Gandhi is only a Congress MP and does not hold any party post as he had already stepped down as its President after the 2019 Lok Sabha debacle - the second in a row for his party. But whenever he goes out of the country on a personal trip, he ends up being trolled by the opposition while questions
Critics say the $3 billion renovation of Lutyens central landmark by Narendra Modi is a ‘expensive vanity project’ The Supreme Court of India has given permission for a new parliament building that critics have called Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “expensive vanity project” Delhi’s iconic central square in the heart of the capital, home of Parliament and the famous India Gate, will be transformed under the $3 billion scheme, with a new triangular parliament house, government and legislative offices,
After SC’s nod to Central Vista project, Congress party said that case was not about the legal aspects, but it was an issue of misplaced priorities during the time of pandemic and economic recession After Supreme court's nod to the Central Vista project, the Congress party said that the case was not about the legal aspects, but it was an issue of misplaced priorities during the time of pandemic and economic recession. Congress Chief Spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala took to his Twitter handle to target
Congress leaders on way to meet President over farm laws stopped by Delhi Police; Priyanka Gandhi detained
(Photo: Twitter/@BharatSolankee) The Delhi Police on Thursday stopped the Rahul Gandhi led Congress delegation from marching to the Rashtrapati Bhavan to submit a memorandum to President Ram Nath Kovid, seeking his intervention to repeal the farm laws that has seen farmers agitating near Delhi borders for nearly a month. Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, and several other leaders, were taken into custody by the police and sent away in a bus after they were stopped. The appeal by Congress to the President has two crore
A file photo of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi. | INC via Facebook Congress leader Randeep Singh Surjewala on Friday said that the party would soon begin the process to elect a new president and that 99.9% of the members wanted Rahul Gandhi to be chosen, reported the Hindustan Times. Congress leader Sonia Gandhi is currently the interim president of the party. “The party will soon start the procedure to elect a new party president,” he said at a press conference. “Electoral college of Congress, AICC members,