Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has said that the Centre is ready to talk to Shaheen Bagh protesters provided "a structured request is sent". Prasad was taking part in India TV's mega conclave Chunav Manch. On Saturday morning the law minister again tweeted an India TV video where he is heard saying that government is ready to talk.
Congress' Ragini Nayak has accused BJP of not wanting Indian women involved in the decision-making process in the country. Speaking at India TV's mega conclave Chunav Manch Nayak said that the ruling party is not bothered about women empowerment. "Why hasn't the Women's Reservation Bill been passed yet?" she asked the BJP.
On the panel were BJP spokesperson Shahnawaz Hussain, Congress leader Rashid Alvi and SDPI candidate (Okhla) Tasleem Rehmani
BJP spokesperson Shahnawaz Hussain came down heavily on Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Admi Party during India TV's Chunav Manch.
Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia while speaking at India TV's #ChunavManch ahead of Delhi assembly elections 2020 said that he fears that whether their children will be brought up in a country where Hindus and Muslims are ready to kill each other or will they be raised in a nation where Hindus and Muslims will be living in solidarity.
Ahead of Delhi Assembly Election 2020, the three big political stakeholders — BJP, Congress and the ruling Aam Aadmi Party — went head to head on issues like Shaheen Bagh, electricity, water, good governance and other issues pertaining to Delhi.
Speaking at India TV's #chunavmanch, Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari hit out at Delhi deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia accusing him of supporting those who are talking about shooting PM Modi, Amit Shah and dividing the nation.
India TV's mega conclave Chunav Manch witnessed high-profile panel discussions, featuring political heavyweights including Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, Delhi's deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia, BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra and MP Pravesh Verma among others.
As the political temperature in Delhi soars ahead of the upcoming Assembly Election 2020, India TV is back with its day-long conclave 'Chunav Manch' on January 29 with India TV Chairman and Editor-in-Chief Rajat Sharma.
With BJP President JP Nadda and Union Home Minister Amit Shah spearheading the campaign for the February 8 Delhi Assembly elections, the party is holding as many as 250 big and small rallies across the national capital on Friday.
The blow to Congress came days after five-time MLA from Matia Mahal Shoaib Iqbal of the grand old party, also joined the Aam Aadmi Party.
Okhla constituency: The constituency lacks basic amenities especially potable water and better roads and sewerage system. During the last five years the AAP government has provided potable water line to parts of the constituency but it lacks water supply from the Delhi Jal Board.
Laxmi Nagar constituency: The constituency, popularly known as a hub for imparting education for Chartered Accountants' course, has a heterogeneous population which is over one lakh. Many students come to take coaching classes here and live in rented rooms at very high prices.
Delhi's Narela Assembly constituency, a place with historical importance, is struggling with present-day issues of bad roads, lack of proper transport and water supply. The history of Delhi's Narela can be traced back to Harappa and Indus Valley Civilisation and it also finds mention in the 'Tuzuk-e-Jahangiri', the autobiography of Mughal emperor Jahangir.
A total of 55,823 PwD voters are registered in the electoral roll as on January 6, 2020, for the Assembly Election 2020, according to the latest figures compiled by the office of Chief Electoral Officer, Delhi.
The constituency lacks basic amenities, especially potable water and better roads and sewerage system. During the last five years, the AAP government has provided a potable water line to parts of the constituency but it lacks water supply from the Delhi Jal Board.
The ruling party is likely to come up with its first list of candidates before January 14 and the saffron party by January 18. Congress' first list of nominees too is expected before January 14.
The upcoming Delhi Assembly election is no different as the ruling Aam Aadmi Party is trying to stay abreast to woo young voters through the use of pop culture references and social media.
The campaign will be run across 30 assembly constituencies which saw a low turnout in 2019 Lok Sabha polls in New Delhi, officials said.