n Maharashtra, where the BJP appointed its first chief minister Devendra Fadnavis and has sorted out issues with ally Shiv Sena, lobbying has begun for the post of state unit chief.
The BJP rests its hopes on “floating” voters, who can upset traditional poll calculations in the Kashmir Valley, besides rallies by star campaigner Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
“Abdullah’s party (NC) is losing ground even in their own strongholds. The PDP is attracting votes but in the recent years, they have lost their core voters.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to go full throttle in J&K as an electoral victory in this region will give the BJP a major boost at the national level and also dilute the Opposition propagan
With the unprecedented voter turnout in the first phase of the Assembly elections in J&K, the saffron camp in New Delhi seems all charged up.
Seventy lakh-plus and still going strong. The BJP is leaving no stone unturned to make sure that its membership drive achieves the target of 10 crore.
For the Bharatiya Janata Party, Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamul Congress is turning West Bengal into a “land of jihadis” where terrorist and anarchist forces “feel at home”.
O.P Mathur and Vijayvargiya’s successful leadership may give the duo a boost in party ranks
BJP MLAs in Haryana may pick new leader on Tuesday
The Haryana assembly election results only reconfirmed the oft-repeated statements that BJP chief Amit Shah is the party’s master strategist and the “NaMo wave” is “still surging high”.