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Congress showed real face by expelling Netam, BJP

The expulsion of senior Congress leader Arvind Netam has brought to fore the real face of the Congress. The Congress which considers itself as the well wishers of the tribals has expelled a truthful tribal who was also the former member of Parliament from Bastar which shows that how much the Congress cares for the tribal alleged Ramsewak Paikra, State President of Bhartiya Janata Party.

Congress using tribals for its interests, Netam

Tribal Leader Arvind Netam in Chhattisgarh

Bhartiya Janta Party is working for the development of tribals in the State, whereas the Congress is overlooking and using them for their vested interest, alleged former Mp from Kanker, Arvind Netam after his expulsion from the congress for backing Sangma's presidential candidature. As per report, AICC General Secretary janardan Dweivedi cracking the whip, suspended tribal leader Arvind Netam from the party with immediate effect on Thursday.

Deliberations held on expanding party base

Dr. Raman Singh Chief Minister in Chhattisgarh

The three day Chintan Baithak or Special Meeting of Bhartiya Janata Party began in Raipur on Thursday. During the meeting stress was given on better coordination and the Government apart from proper implementation and publicity of various Government schemes. The meeting was attended by Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh, State BJP In-charge and National General Secretary Jagat Prakash Nadda and National Joint Secretary (Organisation) Saudan Singh and State President Ramsevek Paikra.

2-day BJP 'Chintan Baithak' from today

The Bhartiya Janata party Government during its three and a half years tenure in the State has fulfilled 55 per cent promises made in the election manifesto. However, 45 per cent promises are yet to be fulfilled and pressures would be on the party-led Government in the State to fulfill these promises within a period of one year. Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh had already declared that his Government would fulfill all the promises made in the manifesto.

NSUI activists stage demo at KPS

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The National Students Union of India (NSUI) activists on Monday, while launching a campaign against private schools, staged a demonstration outside Krishna Public School (KPS) at Nehru Nagar, demanding the refund of excessive fees collected from the parents under different heads. On information, police swung into action and arrested 19 NSUI activists. They were later produced before the court from where they were released on bail.

State Congress wants action against Netam for openly supporting Sangma

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The member of Chhattisgarh Pradesh Congress Committee have demanded disciplinary action against senior Congress leader and former Union Minister Arvind netam for backing P A Sangma as presidential candidate. Being hardcore member of the party, former Union Minister is openly supporting the former lok Sabha Speaker, alleged Congressmen.

Sangma playing into hands of communal forces, Jogi

Former Chief Minister and MLA Ajit Jogi

Former Chief Minister Ajit Jogi alleged that P A Sangma is plying into hands of communal forces represented by the Opposition party and its allies. Sangma is seeking support of adivasi from various political parties for his presidential bid. He should not declare himself as a presidential candidate. it is such a high office. It has never been demanded by any individual. These views were expressed by Ajit jogi. while addressing a press conference here on Sunday.

Congess terms 'Jail-bharo agitation as flop show

Nand Kumar Patel, president Chhattisgarh Pradesh Congress Committee

The main Opposition party Congress has termed BJP 'jail bharo' agitation a flop show as it failed to generate public response here on Friday. Party also alleged the ruling BJP government in state for corruption and irregularities. The Chhattisgarh Pradesh Congress Committee President Nand Kumar Patel said that agitation was just a gimmick and nothing else.

2 lakh BJP workers court arrest across State during 'Jail-bharo'

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Nearly two lakh Bhartiya Janta Party leaders and workers across the State courted arrest during the 'Jail Bharo' agitation against UPA Government for its failure to check inflation and adopting 'several tricks' including 'misuse' of CBI to maintain majority and secure the support of political parities in Parliament and during elections. In Raipur, about 9000 people led by Dharmendra Pradhan, BJP National General Secretary, staged demonstration and later courted arrest.

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