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would be successor to Anandiben Patel as the Gujarat chief minister Despite Gujarat being their home state both Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP president Amit Shah took their own sweet time to convene the meeting of the highest policy making body of the partyPrime Minister Narendra Modi with BJP president Amit Shah AFP Too preoccupied with the landmark Goods and Service Taxes (GST) Bill that will be moved in Rajya Sabha for passage on Wednesday the duo ensured that the an atmosphere of bonhomie is built among all parties first before they decided to shift their focus on Gujarat Both are also aware that keeping the state in a state of limbo for long won’t be wise politically Following Anandiben’s dramatic announcement on Facebook to quit as the Gujarat Chief Minister on Monday the BJP parliamentary board was to meet on Tuesday but was postponed as clearing the bottlenecks to the GST Bill was far greater priority for the Centre Modi has kept a packed schedule for himself on Wednesday as the parliamentary board meeting on Gujarat will be soon followed by one on GST Bill at 10 am before Parliament starts for the day More so four of 12 parliamentary board members—Arun Jaitley Venkaiah Naidu Thavar Chand Gehlot and JP Nadda—are Rajya Sabha MPs while Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar is also a member of the board Finance Minister and Leader of the House Jaitley who represents Gujarat in Parliament is the prime mover of the bill He and all other members would have to be present in the House throughout the proceedings The passage of the GST a Constitutional Amendment Bill is critical to establish Modi government’s resolve on reforms on the ground The bill has evoked great deal of curiosity world over and domestically it has too many implications both politically and economically Anandiben did touch a raw chord when she opted for social media to announce her resignation at a time when the entire party top leadership was busy building consensus for the GST bill There is no doubt that the party top brass was unhappy with the outgoing Chief Minister for her failure to contain the Patel agitation as the Patels are a key vote bank for the party in the poll-bound state To make matter worse her relationship with Shah is far from being amiable A Union minister told Firstpost that Modi is particularly keen to see that GST Bill gets passed in the ongoing Monsoon session On several occasions during cabinet meetings informal meetings of senior ministers executive committee and general body of parliamentary party the Prime Minister has reportedly cautioned leaders not to shoot their mouths off even when provoked The Prime Minister wanted the leaders to be particularly careful while uttering something against the Congress so as to deny any opportunity to the Grand Old Party to toughen their stand even more His message was clear that the BJP could take tough positions on the streets and in elections as was done in the last biennial polls of Rajya Sabha But inside the House the prescribed decorum must be maintained On critical issues the ministers concerned were expected to reach out to the opposition leaders and seek to build a consensus something on the pattern of what Modi had said on his first landing in Parliament in May 2014 The strategy seems to be working in the ongoing Monsoon session at least for now Take for instance the measured response of the BJP leaders to Rahul Gandhi’s recent jibe on the Prime Minister—Arhar Modi—during a Lok Sabha debate on price rise Though Jaitley responded to Rahul’s barbs his response was matured restricted to facts statistics and some smart one liners but sans any rhetoric In the past ministers and other party leaders have gone at length to retaliate against Rahul albeit politically This time around nothing of that sort happened A senior leader said that this was as per the party strategy Another leader wondered why each time there should be a retort every time Rahul says something Jaitley has been continuously engaging with senior Congress leaders—Mallikarjun Khadge Ghulam Nabi Azad Anand Sharma Ananth Kumar and P Chidambaram—as also with CPM chief Sitaram Yechuri and other key opposition leaders He held meetings with state finance ministers twice once in Kolkata and then in Delhi to get feedback on the proposed law and move towards a consensus accordingly Another Union minister said the Congress actually had no reasons to oppose the bill It was piloted by them and now the BJP is pushing for its passage The minister made it clear that the issue is not the numbers but the lack of right atmosphere to get the Bill passed He said that this time around the party has built the right mood and it is hopeful that the GST will be smoothly passed in the Upper House That the Prime Minister is focusing on a creating a friendly environment to overcome political hurdles was evident in the cabinet reshuffle undertaken last month An impulsive HRD Minister Smriti Irani was shifted to the relatively quiet textile ministry while an aggressive Parliamentary Affairs Minister Venkaiah Naidu had to give way to Anant Kumar with SS Ahluwalia as his deputy Standing on the threshold of a watershed moment that the Indian economy might witness in the coming years if the GST Bill gets the Rajya Sabha nod on Wednesday it comes as no surprise that Modi and Shah chose to pick GST ahead of resolving the political turmoils in their home state Gujarat BJP President Amit Shah who was in Azamgarh Uttar Pradesh on Thursday said that Narendra Modi government has taken a decisive step against corruption and said with the demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes Modi government has made all the black money invalid and the notes used to fund terror activities will stop UP: BJP President Amit Shah speaking at a public rally in Azamgarh pictwittercom/RrCAYBhpWO — ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) November 17 2016 #BREAKING | ‘Modiji has made all the black money invalid now The notes used for terror activities will stop’: @AmitShah #NoteBanPolitics News18 (@CNNnews18) November 17 2016 Talking about the surgical strikes along the Line of Control after the Uri terror attack Shah said that this is not the Sonia Gandhi-Manmohan Singh government but the Modi government who entered enemy turf and took action Setting the stage for the 2017 Uttar Pradesh Assembly election he said there won’t be any development under the Samajwadi Party as only the BJP is pro-development Ukhaad ke phenk dijiye SP ki sarkar ko Ye SP aur BSP vikaas nahi kar sakte sirf BJP kar sakti hai: Amit Shah in Azamgarh — ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) November 17 2016 Last week Shah had refuted Opposition allegations that the ruling party knew about the government’s move to demonetise Rs 500 and Rs 1000 currency notes saying the information was limited to some constitutional and administrative entities "The BJP had no such prior information and there was no possibility of the party getting it This information was limited only to some constitutional and administrative entities" Shah told reporters at a press conference Since the starting of the Parliament Winter Session the Opposition launched a scathing attack on the NDA government over the demonetisation issue terming it "ill-timed" and "ill-conceived" With inputs from agencies In a rare occurence in Parliament on Thursday Opposition and the government set aside political differences and united over the ongoing Kulbhushan Jadhav controversy Addressing the Rajya Sabha at around 11 am on Thursday Union Minister for External Affairs Sushma Swaraj slammed Pakistan’s behaviour when the family of Kulbhushan Jadhav went to visit the alleged spy in Islamabad In a dramatic address to the Upper House Swaraj said that the meeting between Jadhav his mother Avanti Jadhav and wife Chetankul was meant to be a step forward in strengthening bilateral ties between India and Pakistan Listing out the "atrocities" committed by Pakistan government and the officials when the two women went for the meeting Swaraj said Pakistan used the occasion as a tool for propaganda "Pakistan had clearly assured us that media will not be allowed anywhere near Jadhav’s mother or wife But the Pakistani media not only were given clear access to the venue of the meeting they also hounded the two women and asked insensitive questions about Jadhav" Swaraj said Reports hadsaid that the family was forced to wait outside the Pakistan Foreign Office which left them wide open for harassment by the Pakistani media They were bombarded with questions like — "Aapke patidev ne hazaron begunah Pakistaniyo ke khoon se Holi kheli ispar kya kahengi (your husband killed thousands of innocent Pakistanis what do you have to say about that)’" and "Aapke kya jazbaat hain apne kaatil bete se milne ke baad (How do you feel after meeting your killer son)" In an official statement on Wednesday the Pakistan Foreign Office said a "metallic substance" was found in the shoes of the wife of Jadhav when she went to meet him in Islamabad The shoes were retained by security officials prior to the meeting with the Indian death row prisoner Commenting on the shoe controversy Swaraj said that it is an absudity beyond any measure "Jadhav’s wife boarded two flights before she reached the meeting venue How can that be possible when she took a flight to Dubai first and then went to Pakistan If no alarms were raised then how did the Pakistan government discover something in the shoe But Pakistan somehow found something "metallic" in it It is an absurdity beyond measure" Swaraj added Calling the sentencing of Jadhav in Pakistan farcical Swaraj said that Pakistan forced the two women to present themselves as widows in front of Jadhav and this shows the twisted mentality of the country "Pakistan forced the two women to change their clothes Jadhav’s mother who only wears sarees was forced to wear salwar kameez I called Jadhav’s mother this morning to get the facts right and asked whether she was asked to remove her mangalsutra as well She told me she urged the authorities to let the mangalsutra be as it is the symbol of her marriage and she has never removed it But that apparently did not matter to the Pakistani authorities" Swaraj told the Rajya Sabha "I spoke to Jadhav’s mother and she told me that Kulbhushan first asked her about his father as he saw that she was not wearing my mangalsutra or sindoor The mother and wife were showcased like widows to Kulbhushan" It was nothing like a humanitarian gesture Human rights of the family members were violated again & again & an environment of fear was created for them: EAM in Rajya Sabha #KulbhushanJadhav — ANI (@ANI) December 28 2017 Swaraj said that the wife and the mother told the minister that Jadhav clearly looked stressed and under duress "Jadhav’s mother was not allowed to speak in Marathi In fact the authorities kept stopping her repeatedly but when she continued to speak in Marathi they switched off the intercom" Swaraj said Reports quoted sources as saying that Jadhav continued to speak in English and Hindi and repeating that he was a spy operating in Balochistan and involved in terror activities — allegations levelled by Pakistan that India has strongly refuted His mother and wife tried to speak to him in Marathi but he wouldn’t reciprocate sources said "But why are you saying all this" Jadhav’s mother reportedly asked It was as if Jadhav was programmed to stick to a script and repeat whatever Pakistan has charged him with the family reportedly told Indian officials After harassing his mother and wife Pakistan media claimed that Jadhav "confessed" to being an "Indian spy" during the trio’s recent meeting Pakistan’s Geo News claimed that the mother immediately chided Jadhav and asked him to speak the truth The mother and the wife after the meeting have repeatedly reiterated that the former Navy officer was being forced to toe Pakistan’s narrative "Jadhav’s mother told me that he was looking very tense and speaking only what was being briefed It appeared that he was not keeping well Humanity was missing in the meeting This was a violation of human rights of Jadhav’s family members an environment of fear was created We will bring him back" Swaraj said and added "We are seeking to get permanent relief from ICJ We will place more solid proof in front of them The ICJ has postponed the death penalty handed out to Jadhav We will now go with bigger proof to bring him back I call upon this Parliament to condemn Pakistan’s act and support Jadhav" There was a roar of approval after Swaraj’s statement in the Upper House Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Ghulam Nabi Azad responded to the statement and said "Pakistan does not believe in democracy They do not know how to treat the citizens of another country The ill-treatment meted out to Jadhav’s mother and wife is not only against the family but 130 crore people of India The Congress condemns the treatment meted out to Jadhav’s family by Pakistan" Misbehaviour of Pakistan with wife & mother of #KulbhushanJadhav was misbehaviour with all Indians Regardless of political differences when it comes to nation’s dignity & another country misbehaves with our mothers & sisters it will not be tolerated: GN Azad Congress in RS pictwittercom/Pxpx87RmQ9 — ANI (@ANI) December 28 2017 Click here for the LIVE updates on Winter Session of Parliament New Delhi: Airlines are reporting lesser number of cases of unruly passengers following the government’s decision to come out with a ‘national no-fly list’ to deal with such incidents Civil Aviation Minister Gajapathi Raju said on Friday File Image of Ashok Gajapati Raju PTI Raju said he had advised Air India to lift the ban imposed on Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad who had claimed to have hit an Air India staffer after the lawmaker assured that he would not repeat such a behaviour "Airlines are reporting lesser problems" Raju told NDTV when asked what impact has the proposed ‘national no-fly list’ had The minister added that Gaikwad had written to him saying he will behave himself and such a thing will not happen "I advised the airlines to withdraw the ban because the civil aviation requirement isn’t in their favour till the government amends it (the rules)" Raju said Earlier this month the government released draft rules for a "national no-fly list" of unruly passengers for all domestic carriers proposing a ban on flying from three months upto an indefinite period The draft is an amendment to the existing Civil Aviation Requirement a set of rules on unruly and disruptive passengers These are being placed in the public domain for 30 days for comments and feedback from stakeholders following which the government will come out with final amendments by 30 June All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi on Monday accused the Modi government of "going soft" on terror cases after the Supreme Court granted bail to former Lt Col Prasad Shrikant Purohit the main accused in the 2008 Malegaon blasts Representational image Reuters Owaisi said a terror accused like Purohit should not be "glorified as is being attempted by some people" "There is a pattern in such cases (involving alleged Hindutva terrorists) ever since Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government has come to power The government is not appealing against the bails and acquittals Is it going soft in such cases" Owaisi asked on India Today TV "Also public prosecutor Rohini Saliyan has alleged that she was being pressurised by the NIA (National Investigation Agency) officers to dilute the case" he said Seven persons were killed in an explosion in Malegaon in Nashik district in Maharashtra on 29 September 2008 The investigating agencies had earlier attributed the blast to Abhinav Bharat On April 25 the Bombay High Court had granted bail to Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur accused in the same case while it rejected Purohit’s bail Congress leader Digvijay Singh said Purohit’s bail was "expected" as the Modi government was "protecting all the accused connected with RSS" The Congress leader also cast aspersion over the NIA’s neutrality in the case "The NIA chief has been given two extensions to ensure their acquittal He may now be further rewarded for a suitable post retirement position" he added Congress president-to-be Rahul Gandhi will addressa rally in Kerala capital Thiruvananthapuram on Friday marking the culmination of a month-long Padayorukkam road-show of the state’s Leader of the Opposition Ramesh Chennithala Congress leaders have a target of mobilising 100000 workers for the Rahul show on the Shanghumukham beach organised by the United Democratic Front (UDF) that the party leads in the southern state Padayorukkamin Malayalam literally means ‘preparation for the big battle’ which is 18 months away and the party is planning a series of "agitational" programmes in the run-up to the national elections to keep the party machinery well-oiled Ramesh Chennithala addressing a rally during his Padayorukkam road-show Firstpost/ Ashraf Padanna Kerala is vital for the party as nine of its precious 46 MPs in Lok Sabha came from the state – besides three from the UPA allies Muslim League and predominantly Christian Kerala Congress (Mani) winning a majority of the 20 seats despite the double-incumbency in 2014 In order to get the recognition for him as the Leader of the Opposition Rahul needs to manage at least 55 seats in Lok Sabha if not unseating Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the big battle Analysts feel the Nehru-Gandhi scion’s emergence at the centre-stage has raised the morale of party workers in Kerala who are yet to recover from the worst defeat in last year’s state Assembly elections Before the start of the roadshow the state unit suffered the "solar scam" stroke with the communist government announcing criminal proceedings against their top leaders including former chief minister Oommen Chandy and KC Venugopal the Rahul loyalist AICC general secretary who is in charge of poll-bound Karnataka "Kerala’s minorities are keenly watching the rise of Rahul challenging the unbeaten run of Modi for many years in Gujarat" says political commentator Jacob George "The enthusiasm is there and it is seen in the massive participation in the Padayorukkam (road-show) especially in the minority-dominated areas The million dollar question now is if he would rise to the occasion" George adds Muslims constitute 2656 percent of the Kerala population and Christians 1838 percent Chennithala also enjoys the support of his influential Hindu Nair community though numerically far below the backward communities like Ezhavas Rahul had campaigned in Kerala in the past elections as well and the response from the people as usual was lukewarm This time though he comes with a new image and in an aggressive mood and the faction-ridden party in the state is also with a newfound vigour as reflected in the turnout Congress leaders have a target of mobilising 100000 workers for the Rahul show Firstpost/ Ashraf Padanna Workers at the grassroots are elated at the tremendous response he had been receiving in Gujarat where pollsters say the party’s fortunes have gone up ahead of the state elections next month "But the Kerala scene is not all that rosy for the Congress The Kerala Congress (Mani) has already severed its ties with them and the Janata Dal (United) is on the way out" says George "The situation demands that the Congress needs to find more friends in Kerala This is true of Rahul also But what we see now is otherwise" he says JD (U) state unit led by Rajya Sabha member Veerendra Kumar is reportedly planning to join the Left Democratic Front (LDF) of the ruling Communist Party of India (Marxist) to ensure his seat in the Upper House of Parliament The socialist leader had made it clear that he could not go with Nitish Kumar and that he finds himself irrelevant in Kerala’s bipolar politics where the Bharatiya Janata Party is trying hard to make a mark He now faces disqualification and badly needs LDF support to get re-elected to the Rajya Sabha again from Kerala But strangely its top leader and former minister KP Mohanan is very much part of the Padayorukkam team and its general secretary Varghese George addressed the rally in Kottayam the other day Both have denied any such move but Kumar remained jittery at the possibility of losing the Rajya Sabha seat The CPM has welcomed him with open arms Analysts feel the Nehru-Gandhi scion’s emergence at the centre-stage has raised the morale of party workers in Kerala Firstpost/ Ashraf Padanna The Congress leaders sayKumar who owns the mass circulationMathrubhumidaily andMathrubhumi TV will also join the rally on the Shangumukham Beach with Rahul The JD (U) had drawn a blank in the Assembly elections last year though they had contested seven seats as part of the UDF Kumar got the Rajya Sabha nomination after his defeat in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections from Palakkad "The Congress is facing a lot of internal challenges Chennithala appears to be attempting to marginalise a mass leader like Chandy which would backfire in the Christian heartland of central Travancore notwithstanding the crowds he draws" observes political analyst J Reghu "But the Rahul factor would definitely come into play as a feeling of insecurity is growing among the minorities and Dalits Besides unlike his predecessors in the Congress he appears to be reaching out to the young leaders of marginalised communities like Jignesh Mevani He engages with all sections of people at ease" Reghu says Many Dalit activists also share his optimism They see him more accessible who is ready to engage in a two-way communication unlike Modi or former leaders of the Congress In Kerala Dalits constitute 98 percent of its population but an estimated 70 percent of them live in ghettos and the CPM traditionally controls them Though the Left-leaning media highlighted the roadblocks the show created in several places much to the chagrin of ordinary people including those taking patients to hospitals students and office-goers the party leaders are relieved that the show had not kicked up any controversy so far They say they had a well-thought-out plan before they started off and the leaders also engage in charity activities as it progresses Similar shows of strength over the last two months by the BJP and the LDF had ended up in chaos BJP’s Janaraksha Yatra to save people from "red and jihadi terror" kicked off by its national president Amit Shah backfired as its leaders including many Union ministers and chief ministers tried to portray Kerala in a bad light in comparison to less developed states where BJP is in power Padayorukkam has covered 131 of the 140 Assembly constituencies without any controversy Firstpost/ Ashraf Padanna The LDF’s Jana Jagratha Yatra to "expose anti-people policies" and "hate politics" of BJP and the "corrupt Congress" was split into two – one led by CPM secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan from the north and the other by Kanam Rajendran his Communist Party of India (CPI) counterpart Balakrishnan was caught in a controversy when the proletarian leader was seen leading the roadshow in the Kozhikode district in a luxury car belonging to a notorious smuggler and netizens trolled his photograph relishing on a spread of Malabar’s non-veg delicacies In the southern leg transport minister Thomas Chandy who had to resign later over land-grab charges and the court admonition took Rajendran’s stage in Alappuzha to attack his detractors in the government where he said he would continue to do so drawing sharp criticism from CPI leaders Padayorukkam has covered 131 of the 140 Assembly constituencies without any controversy for a change by the Congress party’s standards in Kerala and entered the capital district on Wednesday Chennithala even posted his image on social media of having his "humble" vegetarian meal on a plantain leaf apparently in reply to Balakrishnan’s feast with a wealthy family As one leader quipped unlike it used to be not only the stage but the audience too remained full They had in fact feared the criminal investigation the LDF government announced on 11 October the Vengara byelection day against more than a dozen leaders after a judicial commission found them involved in a sex-bribery scam to take the sheen out of the show The case is related to a con-woman cheating three dozen people with offers of solar solutions and business proposals of Rs 65 crore claiming her closeness with the office of the then chief minister Chandy However the crowd surged as Chandy 74 arrived at the inaugural rally in the northern border town of Uduma and they carried him onto the stage on their shoulders He has been drawing good crowds wherever he went during the show much to their immediate relief but nobody knows what’s in store for these leaders as Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan is known for his political revenge Kerala is vital for the Congress as nine of its precious 46 MPs in Lok Sabha came from the state Firstpost/ Ashraf Padanna Former defence minister AK Antony flagged off the vehicle tour against the BJP and Left "misrule and price rise" on 1 November and many national leaders including former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had already addressed rallies in different cities They plan a series of such demonstrations in the run-up to the General Elections 18 months away with Rahul at the helm The UDF volunteers also launched a campaign to collect ten million signatures against the "anti-people policies" They visit homes enlisting support during the campaign aimed at recapturing the lost ground To their surprise they received more than ten million signatures far surpassing the total votes the ruling Left coalition including the independent candidates it supported won in the last year’s elections which was only 85 million if they are to be believed Congress supporters signed on pieces of 35-metre clothes with a width of one metre They will take the shape of a banner to be handed over to Chennithala when he reaches their area Claimed to be the biggest signature campaign the country had ever witnessed the banner would be 70 kilometres long when spread and it’s not clear how they are going to display the serpentine banner Kerala Pradesh Congress committee secretary Thampanoor Ravi said they expect more than 100000 people to converge on the beach to hear the Nehru-Gandhi scion on Friday He would address a "leadership meeting" at the party headquarters the next day and inaugurate the birth centenary celebrations of the late Revolutionary Socialist Party (RSP) leader Baby John at the Kerala University Senate Hall

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