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The Jana Sena Party (JSP) released a list of 32 candidates who will be contesting for assembly elections and one candidate for Lok Sabha elections in Andhra Pradesh.
The Goa Shiv Sena will field candidates for the state's two Lok Sabha seats as well as for the Mandrem bypoll, party leader and Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Raut said Saturday.
The bypoll for Haryana's Jind constituency was held on January 28. The counting of votes will begin today at 8 am. The constituency is witnessing a multi-cornered contest with prestige at stake for the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
Exchange of messages before the 2018 Assembly elections between two bureaucrats is going viral on the on social media.
Kataria, 74, was the Home Minister in the last government in the state, which has now been replaced by the Ashok Gehlot-led Congress regime.
BJP President Amit Shah on Saturday said although the party lost in the Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh Assembly polls, it has not been defeated yet.
"The Jammu and Kashmir assembly polls must be held on the first occasion before May. It could be held before the parliamentary elections also," Chief Election Commissioner O P Rawat had said.
The by-election has been necessitated as the seat was not contested in the state-wide assembly polls held on December 7 last year.
On December 12, Mayawati-led party extended its support to the Congress in Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan to help the party form the government in both states.
BJP general secretary Ram Madhav, who comes from RSS background, said there was no doubt about Rahul Gandhi's contribution to the Congress' victories.
The year 2018 sent a message that the BJP's dream of a Congress-mukt Bharat is far from reality for now.
The Gujarat CM was commenting on Congress’ celebrations after the electoral win in three states.
However Himachal Pradesh Congress president Sukhwinder Sukhu told PTI, "I have no official information about Rahul's visit to Himachal."