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A case was filed with the Karnataka Lokayukta against opposition leader Siddaramaiah and Congress leader Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law Robert Vadra for illegally acquiring 1,100 acres of land in and around Bengaluru valued at Rs 9,600 crore. Friday, Lokayukta sources confirmed that the probe had been initiated. N.R. Ramesh, the head of the Bengaluru South District BJP branch, has submitted 120 distinct complaints in this respect. The controversy occurred during the period of the Congress government led by Siddaramaiah. He filed ten separate complaints, 3,728 pages of documentation, 62 hours of video footage, and over 900 images as evidence. During the…

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On Thursday, the results of the elections for the Maharashtra Legislative Council were announced, and Dnyaneshwar Mhatre, a candidate for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), was announced the winner of the election for the Konkan teachers’ constituency seat. He was successful in defeating Balaram Patil, the candidate for the Maha Vikas Aghadi. Counting is currently taking place for the remaining four seats in the Maharashtra Legislative Council that were up for election on Monday. These seats are comprised of two graduate constituencies, Amravati and Nashik, and two other teacher constituencies, Aurangabad, Nagpur, and the Konkan division. Read more India latest…

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Adhir Ranjan Chowdhary, a Congress member, stated on Thursday that the federal government “takes ₹1,000 out of our pockets and gives back ₹200 to indicate that we are being donated.” The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led government, he said, brags after giving “pennies” to citizens. “The government must recognise that we are Indian citizens, not its subjects…” According to sources, Chowdhary said, “This government has turned into a pick-pocketing government. It is the job of the government to offer facilities to the common people. Chowdhary had earlier echoed criticism from the opposition of the Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s presentation of the…

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Amit Shah, the union home minister, asked residents of Haryana to support the BJP as he launched the BJP’s campaign for 2024 general elections in the city of Sonipat. On Sunday, Shah was scheduled to hold a public rally in Sonipat. But because of the severe weather, his helicopter was denied permission to take off and land, thus everything was cancelled. Shah, though, spoke to the group on the phone. He stated: “We’ll all work together to re-elect Narendra Modi as prime minister. I have no doubt that the BJP’s lotus will bloom in each Lok Sabha seat.”Shah took jabs at…

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