All States India Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA), List of Member of Legislative Council MLC, Indian State Central Cabinet Ministers, Indian Government State National Schemes, Indian National State Parties, Indian Politics Terminology, Indian Political Prominent Leaders https://infoelections.com/infoelection/index.php/indian-politics/about-indian-politics.html Thu, 18 Oct 2018 18:25:23 +0530 Joomla! - Open Source Content Management en-gb CEC says: The Assembly election schedule will be decided by The Election Commission and not on the basis of Astrology. https://infoelections.com/infoelection/index.php/indian-politics/about-indian-politics/8922-cec-says-the-assembly-election-schedule-will-be-decided-by-the-election-commission-and-not-on-the-basis-of-astrology.html https://infoelections.com/infoelection/index.php/indian-politics/about-indian-politics/8922-cec-says-the-assembly-election-schedule-will-be-decided-by-the-election-commission-and-not-on-the-basis-of-astrology.html

CEC says: The Assembly election schedule will be decided by The Election Commission and not on the basis of Astrology.

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The Chief Election Commissioner Om Prakash Rawat smashed the fact that election would be decided by astrology and said: The Assembly election schedule will be decided by the Election Commission and not on the basis of astrology.

The CEC denied that he had a conversation with the  K. Chandrasekhar Rao regarding TS election schedule and said: Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao did not speak with me, It is very unfortunate for a Chief Minister to say this.

Mr Om Prakash Rawat replied to the statement made by Mr Rao at a media conference on Thursday that he had decided to dissolve the Assembly after speaking with Mr Rawat and the two other Election Commissioners and the State would see the election in the month of November along with another four states.

The CEC made the statement after a day the state assembly of Telangana was dissolved and said that EC would decide either the polls in the state would take place with other four states which include Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan and Mizoram or not, wiping out ‘Astrological predictions’ over the dates. The EC would first inspect the preparation status and then decide the Dates.

The state cabinet chaired by  K Chandrashekar Rao adopted dissolution of the state assembly before its term ended after a meeting on Thursday afternoon.

The Chief Minister came up with the decision and settled the state in an election mode.

In 2002  Special Reference No. 1 was submitted to the apex court which ruled that elections to a state should be held as soon as a House is dissolved so that the caretaker government does not reap unnecessary benefits.

CEC said that he would keep the order in mind while deciding and conducting elections in the state.

He even added that no outgoing Constitutional dignitary should predict the schedule of elections and it is completely unacceptable by the commission.

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Chhattisgarh CM Making Show For Political Gains: Vajpayee's Niece https://infoelections.com/infoelection/index.php/indian-politics/about-indian-politics/8878-chhattisgarh-cm-making-show-for-political-gains-vajpayee-s-niece.html https://infoelections.com/infoelection/index.php/indian-politics/about-indian-politics/8878-chhattisgarh-cm-making-show-for-political-gains-vajpayee-s-niece.html

Didn't Remember Him in Lifetime, Chhattisgarh CM Making Show For Political Gains: Vajpayee's Niece

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Former PM's niece Karuna Shukla (ANI)

New Delhi:  As the nation remembers one of its greatest leaders, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, politics threatens to play out over his ashes being taken to be immersed in rivers across the country. While top BJP leaders are participating in a ritual that has been dubbed “Atal Kalash Yatra” by the ruling BJP, Vajpayee’s niece has criticised the way the Chhattisgarh government has tried to milk the BJP patriarch’s death, said reports on Thursday. “The way the BJP is carrying around the country ashes of Atal Bihari Vajpayee, it is a show-off and for votes. Chhattisgarh CM Raman Singh and his Cabinet never remembered him (Vajpayee) until now, especially when he had created the state,” alleged Vajpayee’s niece Karuna Shukla. 

Shukla, who was once a BJP leader but is with the Congress now, was quoted by Zee as saying, “He never named Atal ji in his speeches, gave no importance to him but today they are playing politics over the urn of his ashes.” She said she was angered as well as sad with the way the BJP government renamed schemes just after the former PM’s death and never mentioned him before. “In none of the elections in the last nine years has Raman Singh ever spoken about the work done by Atal ji,” she said

The BJP government in Chhattisgarh had decided to rename Naya Raipur, the upcoming capital city, as ‘Atal Nagar’ in memory of the former PM. Several other government institutions and projects will also be named after Vajpayee. Vajpayee’s statue will be installed at Naya Raipur as well as in all 27 district headquarters of the state. The Central Park to be developed in Naya Raipur will also be named after him, Chief Minister Raman Singh had said. On Wednesday, a procession of an urn containing the Vajpayee’s ashes was taken out by the BJP from the Raipur airport to the old BJP office in the city.

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Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh: opinion poll Survey https://infoelections.com/infoelection/index.php/indian-politics/about-indian-politics/8867-rajasthan-madhya-pradesh-and-chhattisgarh-opinion-poll-survey.html https://infoelections.com/infoelection/index.php/indian-politics/about-indian-politics/8867-rajasthan-madhya-pradesh-and-chhattisgarh-opinion-poll-survey.html

BJP to Lose Rajasthan, MP and Chhattisgarh State Elections:Opinion Poll Survey

In this year’s state elections, Congress is predicted to win three key states, but the 'Modi factor' may lead BJP to perform better in next year’s Lok Sabha elections.

Mayda pradsh opinion poll

Madya Pradesh Opinion poll
Party Vote(%) Seat
BJP 40% 106
INC 42% 107
Others 18 7

Rajasthan opinion poll

Rajasthan Opinion poll
Party Vote(%) Seat
BJP 37% 57
INC 51% 130
Others 12% 13

Chhattisgarh opinion poll

Chhattisgarh Opinion poll
Party Vote(%) Seat
BJP 39% 37
INC 40% 38
Others 21% 15
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SC takes steps to clean politics

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'Members must declare the predecessor '

The Supreme Courton Tuesday proposed to make political parties accountable for criminalising politics by welcoming in “crooks” who may later win elections on party ticket and grab power.

 

The five-judge Constitution Bench, led by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra, suggested it could direct the Election Commission to insist that parties get new members to declare in an affidavit their criminal antecedents and publish them so that the “entire country knows how many criminals there are in a party.” The court demonstrated that the EC could de-register a party or withdraw its symbol if it refused to comply.

The suggestion was made by the Bench in a bid to prevent criminals from entering politics or later contesting elections to become parliamentarians, State legislators and Ministers. The court is hearing a batch of petitions to ban persons charged with heinous criminal charges from contesting elections.

The law, presently, bars only convicted persons from fighting elections or continuing as law makers. A person is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

The suggestion from the Bench faced stiff opposition from the government. Attorney-General K.K. Venugopal said the court’s proposal amounted to disqualifying a prospective candidate.

“A political party has a right to field its candidate. Mere charges of having committed a crime cannot be used to prevent a person from contesting elections. He may have done excellent work for his constituency and the people want to vote for him… your suggestion amounts to prematurely disqualifying a candidate. Besides, the court is taking on itself a matter of the legislature,” Mr. Venugopal submitted.

The Bench has been steadfast during the past days that it cannot legislate and change the written law.

That, it said, was the job of Parliament. The court has also said that it cannot prevent a person from contesting elections or casting a vote for a candidate. Thus, it was as an alternative measure that the Bench suggested making the political party accountable for giving memberships to persons with a criminal record.

“We will only say that you (political party) incorporate a clause in your membership form requiring a member to file an affidavit disclosing his criminal antecedents. Then you will publish it. If not, you face de-registration by the Election Commission,” Chief Justice Misra explained.

The Bench, also comprising Justices D.Y. Chandrachud, A.M. Khanwilkar and Indu Malhotra, based its proposal on the power of the Election Commission to conduct an election and register/de-register political partiesunder Article 324 of the Constitution and Section 29A of the Representation of the People Act of 1951, respectively. The court invoked The Election Symbols (Reservation and Allotment) Order of 1968 to clothe the Commission with the power to withdraw a reserved party symbol.

Chief Justice Misra pointed to how Section 29A requires a political party to swear to uphold the principles of socialism, secularism, democracy, sovereignty, unity and integrity of India.

Justice Chandrachud asked how would a political party uphold these principles if it allowed itself to be peopled with criminals.

 SOURCE: THE HINDU

 

 

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Lok Sabha elections 2019 India | Congress in West Bengal

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Our target is to retain 4 seats that we currently have & increase the tally

With an eye on the Lok Sabha elections 2019, the CPI(M) and the Congress, have initiated an assessment of the ground-level situation in West Bengal.

 

Both the parties hope that such an assessment would help in better understanding about their chances of winning.

 

The activity will also help in spotting the strength and the weaknesses.

 

WB has 42 Lok Sabha seats. Out of the 42, the Trinamool Congress currently has 34, the BJP has two, the Congress has four seats and the CPI(M) has two.

 

CPI(M) member Hannah Mollah said, in the next central committee meet, all the state units, including West Bengal, have been asked to submit their organisational ground report.

 

"All the state units have been asked to submit their organisational ground report, which also includes the seat-wise position. Then, we will discuss about preparing our strategy," Mollah told news agency PTI.

 

"We hope the situation will change, as people are fed up with the BJP government at the Centre and the TMC government in the state. People want a secular and a democratic alternative," CPI(M) state secretariat member Ashok Bhattacharya said.

 

On the other hand, regarding the ground-level situation, the Congress leadership is taking inputs from its district base.

 

Asked about the situation in the state, state Congress president Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury said, reported the news agency, "Our target is to retain the four seats that we currently have and increase the tally".

 

General elections 2019 are due to take place in the months of April-May next year to constitute the 17th Lok Sabha.

 

SOURCE: INDIA TV

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BJP is getting lower than the majority, if Election Held today: survey https://infoelections.com/infoelection/index.php/indian-politics/about-indian-politics/8871-bjp-is-getting-lower-than-the-majority-if-election-held-today-survey.html https://infoelections.com/infoelection/index.php/indian-politics/about-indian-politics/8871-bjp-is-getting-lower-than-the-majority-if-election-held-today-survey.html

BJP is getting lower than the majority, if Election Held today: survey

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If the elections were held today, the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) coming to power in 2014,
the magic number will be reduced, shows India Today-Karvy Insights Mood of the Nation
MOTN) survey.

The MOTN survey, released on Saturday, August 18, presents Prime Minister Narendra Modi
as the most favorable Prime Ministerial candidate, in which 49 percent of the voting for the
current leader is against Rahul Gandhi, which is supported by 27 percent of respondents.

However, Congress-led UPA has made substantial profits in the case of vote share, although
this seat is moving forward in the stock.

The survey, conducted seven months ahead of the scheduled general assembly elections, takes
into account three possible scenarios.

Scenario 1: UPA and NDA as in 2014

In scenario 1, the allies under both the coalitions remain the same as they were in 2014, without any new equations coming into play.

 

Here, the UPA, sans its major allies of BSP, SP and TMC, is predicted to get 122 seats, as against the NDA’s mammoth 281 seats. Others get 140 seats.

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As far as vote share is concerned, the UPA is pegged at 31 percent, while the NDA is at 36 percent and the others at 33 percent.

Scenario 2: UPA Allies with BSP, SP and TMC

 

Playing big on its pre-poll alliance under this scenario, the UPA is predicted to do much better, garnering close to 224 seats, trailing behind the NDA by hardly four seats. Others get 91 seats.

As far as vote share is concerned, the UPA is at 41 percent, far ahead of the NDA which is at 36 percent, while others are expected to get 23 percent.

The survey pegs the reason behind the UPA alliance getting lesser seats despite a far higher vote share to the fact that the BJP vote base is concentrated at specific regions like the north, west and the north-west.

Scenario 3: NDA and its Southern Allies

In this scenario, the NDA placates its new alliance partners in the south - AIADMK in Tamil Nadu and the YSR Congress in Andhra Pradesh.

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With those allies in tow, the NDA+ is likely to garner 255 seats, while the UPA is expected to get 242 seats.

However, if TRS and BJD join the NDA in a post-poll alliance, the number could spike up to 282 seats, delivering a massive blow to the UPA.

In all scenarios, the NDA alliance is ahead of the UPA as far as seat share is concerned.

The survey further predicts that to up its chances in the final contest, the Congress will have to win in two of three upcoming state elections - Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh.

Choosing An Alternative to Narendra Modi

Among the Opposition leaders, Congress president Rahul Gandhi was backed by a stellar 46% of respondents, followed by TMC supremo Mamata Banerjee who was received positively by 8% people as an alternative to Modi. Six percent of those part of the survey said that former finance minister P Chidambaram and Rahul's sister Priyanka could also be a good challenger to Modi.

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 SOURCE: The QUINT

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Atal Bihari Vajpayee's eight decisive moments as Prime Minister https://infoelections.com/infoelection/index.php/indian-politics/about-indian-politics/8870-atal-bihari-vajpayee-s-eight-decisive-moments-as-prime-minister.html https://infoelections.com/infoelection/index.php/indian-politics/about-indian-politics/8870-atal-bihari-vajpayee-s-eight-decisive-moments-as-prime-minister.html

Atal Bihari Vajpayee's eight decisive moments as Prime Minister

HIGHLIGHTS:- Former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee passed away on Thursday evening at the age of 93 after being admitted in AIIMS for three weeks. Suffering from dementia in his last years, Vajpayee, among BJP's tallest leaders had reclined from active political life. He was known for his unique oratory style, poetic vein and as a great statesman. Here are 8 decisive moments of PM Vajpayee's political career.

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11.    Pokhran 2(1998) India carried out nuclear tests, stunned the world, defied subsequent US sanctions under PM Vajpayee. India then announced a moratorium while dialogue was opened between foreign minister Jaswant Singh and US deputy state secretary Strobe Talbott that transformed India-US relations. Described India, US as ‘natural allies’, initiated hi-tech ties that culminated in 2005 India-US nuclear deal.

22.    Ride to Lahore (Feb 1999)   India carried out nuclear tests, stunned the world, defied subsequent US sanctions under PM Vajpayee. India then announced a moratorium while dialogue was opened between foreign minister Jaswant Singh and US deputy state secretary Strobe Talbott that transformed India-US relations. Described India, US as ‘natural allies’, initiated hi-tech ties that culminated in 2005 India-US nuclear deal.

33.    Operation Vijay (Jun-Jul 1999)  His govt’s compensation to families of Kargil martyrs and public funerals for ‘fallen soldiers’ put the idea of sacrifice on a pedestal. It led to US’s Bill Clinton summoning Pakistan’s Nawaz Sharif to Washington DC, and virtually ordering him to withdraw troops. On a 6-hour visit to Islamabad later, Clinton famously said, “Borders cannot be redrawn with blood”.

44.    IC-814 Hijacking (Dec 1999)  Vajpayee released terrorists Maulana Masood Azhar, Mushtaq Ahmed Zargar and Omar Saeed Sheikh to secure release of passengers on the aircraft hijacked from Kathmandu and taken to Kandahar . Azhar went on to create Jaishe-Mohammed in Pakistan and Omar Sheikh murdered US journalist Daniel Pearl, besides being part of 9/11.

55.    Agra Summit (july 2001)  Vajpayee and Musharraf met for two days in Agra to discuss reduction of nuclear arsenals, the Kashmir dispute and cross-border terrorism, but talks collapsed after Musharraf told Indian editors that Kashmir was the only issue, and India rejected the draft agreement.

66.    Gujarat Riots (Dec 2002) Vajpayee chose not to dismiss then Gujarat CM Narendra Modi for his handling of the riots with state administration accused of complicity in the anti-Muslim violence. The PM was criticised for his hesitation in reprimanding Modi. At a press conference in Ahmedabad, announcing rehabilitation for victims, Vajpayee said Modi should “follow his Rajdharma”.

77.     Parliament Attack (Dec 2001)  Five terrorists from Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed stormed Parliament complex. 12 people, including terrorists, died. Vajpayee chose a tough political response over instant military action. Over 5 lakh troops were moved to the border, and fighter jets and naval ships readied to send out a message. Crossborder skirmishes continued for six months. The countries came to the brink of war twice, say experts. US finally intervened and got Musharraf to issue a statement that led to demobilisation.

 

88.     Composite Dialogue (2004)Vajpayee and Musharraf met in Islamabad on the sidelines of a SAARC summit. For the first time, Musharraf officially committed to not allowing terrorists to use “territory under Pakistan’s control” to act against India. The discussions went down to the wire, with Vajpayee even threatening to return empty-handed.

Source:- timesofindia.com

Atal Bihari Vajpayee's eight decisive moments as Prime Minis ..

HIGHLIGHTS:- Former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee passed away on Thursday evening at the age of 93 after being admitted in AIIMS for three weeks. Suffering from dementia in his last years, Vajpayee, among BJP's tallest leaders had reclined from active political life. He was known for his unique oratory style, poetic vein and as a great statesman. Here are 8 decisive moments of PM Vajpayee's political career.

1.    Pokhran 2

                        (1998) India carried out nuclear tests, stunned the world, defied subsequent US sanctions under PM Vajpayee. India then announced a moratorium while dialogue was opened between foreign minister Jaswant Singh and US deputy state secretary Strobe Talbott that transformed India-US relations. Described India, US as ‘natural allies’, initiated hi-tech ties that culminated in 2005 India-US nuclear deal.

2.    Ride to Lahore (Feb 1999)

                                              India carried out nuclear tests, stunned the world, defied subsequent US sanctions under PM Vajpayee. India then announced a moratorium while dialogue was opened between foreign minister Jaswant Singh and US deputy state secretary Strobe Talbott that transformed India-US relations. Described India, US as ‘natural allies’, initiated hi-tech ties that culminated in 2005 India-US nuclear deal.

3.    Operation Vijay (Jun-Jul 1999)

                                                      His govt’s compensation to families of Kargil martyrs and public funerals for ‘fallen soldiers’ put the idea of sacrifice on a pedestal. It led to US’s Bill Clinton summoning Pakistan’s Nawaz Sharif to Washington DC, and virtually ordering him to withdraw troops. On a 6-hour visit to Islamabad later, Clinton famously said, “Borders cannot be redrawn with blood”.

4.    IC-814 Hijacking (Dec 1999)

                                                                      Vajpayee released terrorists Maulana Masood Azhar, Mushtaq Ahmed Zargar and Omar Saeed Sheikh to secure release of passengers on the aircraft hijacked from Kathmandu and taken to Kandahar . Azhar went on to create Jaishe-Mohammed in Pakistan and Omar Sheikh murdered US journalist Daniel Pearl, besides being part of 9/11.

5.    Agra Summit (july 2001)

                                           Vajpayee and Musharraf met for two days in Agra to discuss reduction of nuclear arsenals, the Kashmir dispute and cross-border terrorism, but talks collapsed after Musharraf told Indian editors that Kashmir was the only issue, and India rejected the draft agreement.

6.    Gujarat Riots (Dec 2002)

                                                                 Vajpayee chose not to dismiss then Gujarat CM Narendra Modi for his handling of the riots with state administration accused of complicity in the anti-Muslim violence. The PM was criticised for his hesitation in reprimanding Modi. At a press conference in Ahmedabad, announcing rehabilitation for victims, Vajpayee said Modi should “follow his Rajdharma”.

7.     Parliament Attack (Dec 2001)

                                                                                           Five terrorists from Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed stormed Parliament complex. 12 people, including terrorists, died. Vajpayee chose a tough political response over instant military action. Over 5 lakh troops were moved to the border, and fighter jets and naval ships readied to send out a message. Crossborder skirmishes continued for six months. The countries came to the brink of war twice, say experts. US finally intervened and got Musharraf to issue a statement that led to demobilisation.

8.     Composite Dialogue (2004)

                                                  Vajpayee and Musharraf met in Islamabad on the sidelines of a SAARC summit. For the first time, Musharraf officially committed to not allowing terrorists to use “territory under Pakistan’s control” to act against India. The discussions went down to the wire, with Vajpayee even threatening to return empty-handed.

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FORMER PM ATAL BIHARI VAJPAYEE, ONE OF INDIA'S TALLEST LEADERS, PASSES AWAY AT 93 https://infoelections.com/infoelection/index.php/indian-politics/about-indian-politics/8869-former-pm-atal-bihari-vajpayee-one-of-india-s-tallest-leaders-passes-away-at-93.html https://infoelections.com/infoelection/index.php/indian-politics/about-indian-politics/8869-former-pm-atal-bihari-vajpayee-one-of-india-s-tallest-leaders-passes-away-at-93.html

FORMER PM ATAL BIHARI VAJPAYEE, ONE OF INDIA'S TALLEST LEADERS, PASSES AWAY AT 93

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Atal Bihari Vajpayee dies: The former Indian Prime Minister passed away on Thursday at the age of 93. Vajpayee breathed his last at the AIIMS where he was admitted on June 11 with multiple health issues.

New Delhi: One of India’s tallest leaders, former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee passed away on Thursday at the age of 93. Vajpayee breathed his last at 5:05 pm, the AIIMS announced in a statement. Vajpayee’s health condition had deteriorated on Wednesday and doctors at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) had put him on life support system.

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) veteran was admitted to the AIIMS on June 11 with multiple issues, including a kidney tract infection, urinary tract infection, low urine output and chest congestion.

The AIIMS had in a statement on Wednesday night described the former PM’s condition as critical. "Former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee has been admitted for the last 9 weeks at AIIMS. Unfortunately, his condition has worsened over the last 24 hours. His condition is critical and he is on life support system,” the hospital had said. On Thursday, the hospital said the former PM's condition was same and that he continues to be on life support system.

Vajpayee had been on ventilator, as per doctors. The doctors attempted to take the former PM off ventilator on Wednesday to see how he reacts. However, his condition worsened and he was again put back on ventilator. From the family, his nephew, his daughter and her entire family were with Vajpayee on Wednesday night.

Source:www.timesnownews.com

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All STATE PANCHAYAT LIST DETAILS

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Sr No. State Name UT No. Name
1 Rajasthan UT1 Andaman and Nicobar Islands
2 Madhya Pradesh NCT Delhi
3 Maharashtra UT2 Puducherry
4 Uttar Pradesh UT3 Dadra and Nagar Haveli
5 Jammu and Kashmir UT4 Chandigarh
6 Gujarat UT5 Daman and Diu
7 Karnataka UT6 Lakshadweep
8 Andhra Pradesh    
9 Odisha    
10 Chhattisgarh    
11 Tamil Nadu    
12 Telangana    
13 Bihar    
14 West Bengal    
15 Arunachal Pradesh    
16 Jharkhand    
17 Assam  
18 Himachal Pradesh    
19 Uttarakhand    
20 Punjab    
21 Haryana    
22 Kerala    
23 Meghalaya    
24 Manipur    
25 Mizoram    
26 Nagaland    
27 Tripura    
28 Sikkim    
29 Goa    

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Atal Bihari Vajpayee Health LIVE Updates: AIIMS Says Ex-PM Still Critical; Modi Cabinet, CMs Line Up https://infoelections.com/infoelection/index.php/indian-politics/about-indian-politics/8868-atal-bihari-vajpayee-health-live-updates-aiims-says-ex-pm-still-critical-modi-cabinet-cms-line-up.html https://infoelections.com/infoelection/index.php/indian-politics/about-indian-politics/8868-atal-bihari-vajpayee-health-live-updates-aiims-says-ex-pm-still-critical-modi-cabinet-cms-line-up.html

Atal Bihari Vajpayee Health LIVE Updates: AIIMS Says Ex-PM Still Critical; Modi Cabinet, CMs Line Up

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Atal Bihari Vajpayee health updates live : There is no change in former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s health and he continues to be critical, AIIMS has said in its latest health bulletin. India is praying for Vajpayee with ‘havans’ being conducted in his hometown Gwalior and Lucknow, the constituency he represented. Prime Minister Narendra Modi may pay a second visit to Atal Bihari Vajpayee at AIIMS. Since morning BJP veteran LK Advani, Vice-President Venkaiah Naidu, BJP chief Amit Shah and other Union ministers have been visiting the hospital. The next one hour is said to be “crucial” for the party patriarch. AIIMS Director Dr Randeep Guleria will brief the Prime Minister’s Office shortly after a team doctors completes the examination of Atal Bihari Vajpayee who is suffering from kidney tract infection, urinary tract infection, low urine output and chest congestion. Karuna Shukla, Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s niece, will leave from Raipur for Delhi at 11am and head straight to AIIMS. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is taking a 2:50pm flight to Delhi to see Vajpayee, while Congress chief Rahul Gandhi and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal are expected to reach the All India Institute of Medical Sciences later. Atal Bihari Vajpayee was admitted to the hospital on June 11. A diabetic, Atal Bihari Vajpayee has only one functional kidney and suffered a stroke in 2009 that weakened his cognitive abilities. 

Source:news18.com

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