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NPF reaffirms support to Biren Singh-led BJP govt in Manipur

Imphal, June 6: The Naga People's Front (NPF) on Thursday reaffirmed its support for Chief Minister N. Biren Singh-led BJP government in Manipur, refuting claims of withdrawal. Awangbou Newmai, Water Resources Minister and NPF Manipur state president, said, "Social media posts about NPF withdrawing support from the N. Biren Singh-led government are false. There's no truth to it." "We remain staunch allies of the BJP, grateful for their support during elections and committed to continuing our partnership," Newmai emphasized. He warned, "Legal repercussions await those responsible for spreading this misinformation."...

BJP Govt. ‘misusing’ ED to create fear among Opposition leaders: Sharad Pawar

PUNE, MARCH 11: NCP (SP) chief Sharad Pawar on Monday alleged the Bharatiya Janata Party-led Government was misusing agencies like the Enforcement Directorate to create fear among Opposition leaders and called the ED "supporting party" of the BJP. Speaking to reporters in Pune, Pawar cited figures of the ED's actions between 2005 and 2023, claiming it registered 5,806 cases and only 25 of them have been disposed of. "The disposal rate is 0.42% and the conviction rate is just 0.40%. The ED''s budget has gone up from Rs 300 crore...

BJP Govt. is vengeful body primed against State Govts opposed to it: Stalin on ‘Speaking for India’ podcast

CHENNAI, SEPTEMBER 4: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin on Monday accused the BJP Government at the Centre of being vengeful against the States opposed to it and keen on destroying the sovereignty of State Governments. The Centre was trying to destroy the entire country through relentless activities, he said in his maiden address on the podcast series - 'Speaking for India'. "Social justice, secular politics, socialism, equity, social harmony, State autonomy, federalism, unity in diversity - an India where these facets thrive in its full glory is the real...

We have decided to scrap NEP adopted by BJP Govt.: DK Shivakumar

BENGALURU, AUGUST 22: The Karnataka Government on Monday decided to withdraw the National Education Policy (NEP) and come out with a State education policy that would be implemented from the next academic year. The decision was taken after a high-level meeting of State Government officials, academics and Vice-Chancellors of the State's universities, Deputy Chief Minister DK Shivakumar told reporters. "We have decided to scrap the National Education Policy, which has been adopted by the BJP Government. Next year, we are coming out with the new Karnataka Education Policy", Shivakumar said...