Politics

The ace politician took a dig at Modi and attacked Bharatiya Janata Party of biasness. He wrote " It seems that under the BJP even God must serve a political purpose & members of other parties must not be allowed to worship in the prime ministerial presence!"

Nitish left the alliance between RJD, Congress and JDU in 2017 after Central Bureau of Investigation filed an FIR against Tejashwi on corruption issues and both the parties turned foes. "I have always said that I'll never tolerate crime, corruption and communalism. RLD people made it difficult for me to work so I had to step aside." Nitish was quoted saying.

"The party is now a platform to seek power, it serves a leadership that hates decentralization of democratic decision-making and no longer believes that the party founded by, for and of the cadre is only seeking to capture power," Apang said in his resignation letter, sent to BJP president Amit Shah.

R. Shankar, a legislator from Ranebennur Assembly segment in Haveri district, belonging to the regional Karnataka Pragnavantha Janata Party, and H. Nagesh an Independent from Mulbagal constituency in Kolar district, withdrew their support to the coalition.

Maya said that CBI was manipulatively used for the probe against Akhilesh Yadav as the latter was not involved in any illicit act. She also accused BJP and RSS for spreading communalism and mixing religion with politics.

The Modi-Shah pair is the biggest threat to the country. Shah recently declared in a rally that if the BJP wins in 2019, they'll stay in power for another 50 years. This is part of the BJP's scheme."

Reacting to the 1,200-page chargesheet, Kanhaiya Kumar said it is "politically motivated". "If the news is true that a charge-sheet has been filed, I would like to thank police and Modi ji. The filing of charge-sheet after three years, ahead of elections, clearly shows it to be politically motivated. I trust the judiciary of my country," kanhaiya said to media.

Deve Gowda also believes that Modi has not worked for the common man. Naming his programs like 'Make in India', 'Skill India and Digital India', the former PM said that Modi's programs may be good but they haven't rendered any benefits to the common people. There's a lot of difference between claims and ground reality.