According to sources, 2 Congress MLAs in Gujarat resigned.
A vacation bench comprising Justice Sanjiv Khanna and Justice B R Gavai, however, granted liberty to the Gujarat Congress to file 'election petition' after conclusion of polls to the two Rajya Sabha seats vacated by Union Ministers Amit Shah and Smriti Irani.
As the Congress had declared earlier that it will be rewarding its loyal MLAs by letting them contest, most of the sitting members were renominated.
Congress today approached Gujarat Assembly Speaker seeking disqualification of rebel leader Shankersinh Vaghela and 13 other former MLAs
The high-voltage political drama for three Gujarat Rajya Sabha seats culminated with Congress leader Ahmed Patel’s victory, coming as a major blow to the BJP on their home turf despite wins for Amit Shah and Smriti Irani
The Gujarat Congress had sent 44 of its MLAs here on July 29 to fend off the "poaching" attempts by the BJP, ahead of the August 8 Rajya Sabha poll in that state
Gujarat Congress legislators, camping at a private resort near here, will be flown to their home state tomorrow ahead of Rajya Sabha polls.
Congress today moved the Supreme Court against the Election Commission’s decision to introduce the NOTA provision in the upcoming Rajya Sabha elections on August 8
BJP on Sunday said it had no role in the recent desertion by six of its legislators and wondered whether they were "purchasable"
The Congress today said it would parade its all legislators from Gujarat before the media this evening in an effort to put to rest all speculation, including internal bickering in the party, as charged by BJP
"Patel would face problem to get 47 votes required for his selection in the given scenario. And it seems almost impossible for him to win in the prevailing scenario," Mahendrasinh Vaghela said.
Karnataka Energy Minister D K Shivakumar and Kanakpura MP DK Suresh have been given the responsibility to look after these MLAs.
Ahmedabad: Gujarat Congress today shifted its state headquarters office from Paldi area in the city to Memnagar here, a move apparently aimed at breaking the jinx of losing all major elections in the state ever
Gandhinagar: Two more Gujarat Congress MLAs today resigned from the party and extended their support to BJP, taking the number of Congress MLAs who have quit to join the saffron party in the last one
Ahmedabad: Stepping up its attack on ruling BJP, Gujarat Congress today demanded a probe by a sitting Supreme Court judge in the raging snooping scandal and asked Chief Minister Narendra Modi to come clean on