NEW DELHI, Jan 14:Several BJP and RSS leaders on Sunday met at the residence of Home Minister Rajnath Singh here to hold deliberations on the upcom-ing assembly polls in three northeastern states — Tripura, Meghalaya and Nagaland
IMPHAL Jan 14: People’s faith reposed in the BJP-led Government both at the Centre and the State about boosting economy and bringing development in the State turned out to be contradictory, claimed MLA of Nambol AC Naneirakpam Loken.
Ahmedabad, Dec 19 :The new BJP Government in Gujarat is likely to be sworn in on December 25, party sources said today amid speculation that a new leader could be chosen to helm the State where it secured a narrow victory in the Assembly polls.
NEW DELHI, Dec 18:The BJP on Monday clinched its sixth consecutive victory in Gujarat, and ousted the ruling Congress from Himachal Pradesh.
Imphal, Dec 16: BJP Manipur State Unit condoled the death of Laiphrakpam Ashokumar who passed away this afternoon.
Party workers hold a two-minute silence and lowered the BJP’s flag to half-staff to mark the condolence, a statement said. A resident of Brahmapur Bheigyabati Leikai, late Laiphrakpam Ashokumar was a former general secretary of the BJP Manipur State Unit.
He had contested election twice from the Hiyanglam asssembly constituency.
He was also the executive editor of the monthly journal Thambal Leinam, the statement mentioned.
IMPHAL, Dec 3: BJP Manipur Pradesh has accused the Congress party of carrying out a sustained campaign under the stewardship of ex-Chief Minister Okram Ibobi with an ulterior motive to poison the minds of people regarding the Framework Agreement.
IMPHAL, Dec 3: Leaders of BJP Manipur Pradesh have been reportedly contemplating legal action against Kangleipakki Meira Editor W Shamjai for allegedly making derogatory remarks against the party’s general secretary (Administration) S Saratkumar and spokesman RK Shivchandra during a panel discussion programme of ISTV network about VIP culture on November 24.
Speaking to media persons at their Nityaipat Chuthek office today, K Saratkumar and RK Shivchandra said that W Shamjai referred to K Saratkumar as kwak (crow) Sarat during the panel discussion programme.
“The remark was defamatory and we condemn it”, they said.
They said that VIPs have their own protocol and allocation of security escorts to a man or woman is done by the Home Department after examining the degree of threats perceived.
None of the participants of the panel discussion programme are the authority to allocate security escorts.
“However if security escorts allocated to us are withdrawn on account of W Shamjai’s remarks, he should be held responsible for any untoward incident that might happen to us”, Saratkumar and Shivchandra said.
IMPHAL, Nov 25: BJP Manipur Pradesh has ques-tioned Congress party’s abs- tinence from the sub-committee constituted in accordance to a decision of the all political parties meet-ing to draft a memorandum which should be submitted to the Prime Minister in con-nection with the Framework Agreement signed between the Government of India and NSCN-IM on August 3, 2015.
IMPHAL, Oct 8: Bharatiya Janata Party, Tamenglong and Tamei Mandals have refuted the statement made by secretary of BJP Nungba Mandal that the Autonomous District Council Tamenglong has been functioning smoothly.
IMPHAL, Oct 5: Saying that it has been six/seven months since the BJP-led coalition Government was sworn in, Rajya Sabha MP and BJP Manipur Pradesh president K Bhabananda has appealed to all the people to wait for just two years and see how much changes the incumbent Government can bring in the State.
NEW DELHI, Sep 25 : BJP president Amit Shah countered the offensive mounted by Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, during the latter’s tour of the United States, by asserting that the ruling party believed in the politics of performance rather than dynasty.
IMPHAL, Aug 27: BJP Wangoi Mandal in its executive meeting held today has approved the resolutions adopted by the State Executive, BJP State Unit on development programmes.
The State Executive, BJP State Un
NEW DELHI, Aug 21: Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with BJP chief Amit Shah today chaired a meeting of Chief Ministers and Deputy Chief Ministers of BJP-ruled States. The meeting is being attended by all the 13 Chief Ministers and six Deputy Chief Ministers of the party.
It is being organised to take stock of the development and social welfare work being done in the party-ruled States. Union Ministers Rajnath Singh and Sushma Swaraj were also present in the meeting. The CMs are expected to give presentations of schemes and models of their Governments.