Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) now focused on Jharkhand 2019 Assembly Elections while government in Maharashtra yet to be formed, party president Amit Shah is meeting senior leaders from the state to finalise the list of candidates for the upcoming elections.
After Maharashtra and Haryana, Jharkhand is the third state to go to polls in five phases from 30 November with counting on 23 December, the Election Commission(EC) announced.
She was admitted to AIIMS earlier today after suffering a cardiac arrest.
YS Jagan called on Modi here on Tuesday along with delegation of YSRCP MPs to represent to the latter of the need for the Centre's support to help Andhra Pradesh bounce back on the path of development, whilst apprising him of slew of innovative administrative and welfare measures being taken up by the YSRCP government in the State.
He flew in a helicopter over the river and visited various places along its 140 km course from Medigadda to Dharmapuri. KCR inspected the river which came alive following incessant rains over last one week and huge inflows from upstream.
Exuding confidence that development would finally reach the Valley, he said it was good to have only one flag for the whole of the country, rather than Kashmir having a separate flag of its own. The Centre's decision was a step in the direction of national integration.
On Monday, India suspended via a presidential decree Article 370 of the country’s constitution, which granted Jammu and Kashmir a special status, turning the disputed region into two union territories - Jammu and Kashmir with an own legislature, and Ladakh without a legislature. However, the legislative bill on removing the article has yet to be approved by India’s parliament.
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y. S. Jagan Mohan Reddy will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah in New Delhi on Tuesday.