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Kangana Ranaut Interview: ‘Joining Politics Had Been on My Mind for Past Few Years

Kangana Ranaut Interview: ‘Joining Politics Had Been on My Mind for Past Few Years

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has nominated actor Kangana Ranaut from Mandi in Himachal Pradesh to compete in the Lok Sabha elections. Ranaut started her campaign with a roadshow that started in Banoha and ended in her hometown of Bhambla. The Bollywood star discussed her priorities and her choice to enter politics in an interview with Dar Ovais.

Why did you decide to join politics?

My thoughts throughout the past few years have centered on getting involved in politics. I was so successful because of others, and now I had to battle for their well-being. The time has arrived to take up a more significant war for the people, moving past problems of pay inequality and women’s empowerment. It made sense for me to unite with the BJP, as I needed a bigger platform for this.

Who is your role model?

I respect Sadhguru Ji for inspiring me to become a karma yogi and Swami Vivekananda for instilling in me a healthy sense of nationalism. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is another person who has impacted my thoughts, viewpoint, and way of thinking.

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What will be your priorities for Mandi?

Sincerely, at this point, we have been tasked with winning by the largest possible margin. After that, I will be able to speak up on behalf of Mandi. Every department, including roads, hospitals, and schools, has a lot of work to perform. I’ll represent Mandi’s citizens in Parliament and stand up for their rights.

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BJP Leader Says He’s Concerned About Losing MP Accommodations and Predicts Rahul Gandhi Will Lose in the LS Polls

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BJP Leader Says He’s Concerned About Losing MP Accommodations and Predicts Rahul Gandhi Will Lose in the LS Polls

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has taken a hidden burrow at Congress pioneer Rahul Gandhi, proposing that he will lose the Lok Sabha Race and is presently stressed approximately holding his official MP home after the June 4 results. Claiming that the Congress MP would battle to win the surveys, BJP representative Jairam Shergill said that Rahul was active, playing cover-up and looking for, or maybe focusing on, the polls.

“Rahul Gandhi, in the midst of battling races, is active, playing cover-up and looking for. Rahul Gandhi is stressed over whether he will be able to hold an MP house after June 4th or not. That is the catastrophe of the Congress party,” said Shergill, as cited by news organization ANI. Shergill too insulted the fantastic ancient party, addressing its capacity to win indeed 40 seats in the Lok Sabha surveys and communicating certainty that PM Narendra Modi would secure a third term as Prime Minister.

“In this race, voters had two things in common: intellect and Firstly, they needed to guarantee that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was chosen for the third term. Besides, they needed to guarantee the Congress party was totally vanquished. The common assumption in the country was that individuals needed the BJP to win with a clear lion’s share, and for the Congress party, the address was whether they would be able to cross the stamp of 40 seats,” Shergill added.

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Earlier in the day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the Congress has acknowledged its vanquish; indeed, sometime recently, the Lok Sabha survey came out, and he took a swipe at Rahul Gandhi, saying that, as he misplaced Amethi in 2019, the “Congress’ sahabzade” will lose the Wayanad parliamentary seat this time. Addressing a decision rally at Nanded in Maharashtra for the candidates for Nanded and Hingoli Lok Sabha seats, Modi blamed the Congress for being a boundary in the way of advancement and that it cannot be trusted to work for the country’s progress. Notably, Rahul Gandhi is challenging the Lok Sabha decision 2024 from Kerala’s Wayanad.

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India has become a hub for unemployment under PM Modi: Rahul Gandhi in Bihar

Rahul Gandhi

India has become a hub for unemployment under PM Modi: Rahul Gandhi in Bihar

Rahul Gandhi, the leader of the Congress, charged on Saturday that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was making the nation “a centre of unemployment” and declared that should the opposition Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA) bloc win the election, it would guarantee “a first job guarantee” to all graduates and diploma holders by offering them a year-long paid apprenticeship.

Gandhi attacked the Modi government during an electoral rally in Bhagalpur, Bihar, bringing up topics like unemployment and economic hardship.

On April 26, the constituencies of Kishanganj, Purnea, Katihar, Bhagalpur, and Banka will host the second round of voting. On Friday, the first phase of elections was held in Gaya (SC), Aurangabad, Jamui (SC), and Nawada.

Because they don’t have work, Gandhi claimed that the majority of young people spend seven to eight hours a day on Facebook, Instagram, and other social media platforms. “The nation’s unemployment rate has increased under Modi. Demonetisation and the incorrect Goods and Services Tax regime have decimated those who can create jobs,” he asserted.

Declaring that the alliance would guarantee the “first job guarantee” for all graduates and diploma holders by offering them ₹1 lakh each year and allowing them to join the apprenticeship program for a year with various industries under the private and public sectors, he presented the INDIA bloc’s vision for economic empowerment and job market transformation. “The industries where they complete their internships will hire the better performers, and the unemployed trained labour force in the nation will comprise the remaining group,” he continued.

Gandhi claimed that the government had forgiven the debt of roughly ₹16 lakh crore that 20–22 industrial houses owed, and he stated that the money that had been waived for businesspeople would be used to support the economic empowerment of the community. “We plan to provide ₹1 lakh, or ₹8,500 per month, to one woman in every impoverished family within a year. The Wayanad Congress MP stated that the money would be used for the welfare of the family.

Gandhi added that just “22 people of the country” were able to acquire assets worth more than 70 crore people when combined and that the Modi-led administration was responsible for exacerbating the gap between the rich and the poor.

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Major government infrastructure, such as ports, electricity, airports, defence, etc., is being sold away to a select group of businessmen. But the Center is powerless to help farmers, the impoverished, or any other marginalized group, he declared.

Gandhi further promised that the INDIA bloc would remove temporary recruitment methods, reinstate the former defence force recruitment procedure, and double the honorarium paid to ASHA and Anganwadi workers if elected to power. The minimum salary would also be raised to ₹400.

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The ceremony was attended by Bihar Congress chairman Akhilesh Prasad Singh, Bihar Congress in-charge Mohan Prakash, former deputy chief minister of Bihar and RJD politician Tejashwi Yadav, and chief of the Vikassheel Insaan Party, Mukesh Sahni.

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The LJP leader responds, “I don’t,” to the abuse spoken at Chirag Paswan’s mother during Tejashwi Yadav’s rally

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The LJP leader responds, “I don’t,” to the abuse spoken at Chirag Paswan’s mother during Tejashwi Yadav’s rally

After footage of Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) members abusing the mother of Lok Janshakti Party president Chirag Paswan, Veena Paswan, went viral on social media on Thursday, the political climate in Bihar heated up. The event happened at a rally in Jamui seat for former Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav.

RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav was reportedly there when the crowd began yelling insults at Chirag Paswan’s mother in photos that went popular on social media.

Chirag Paswan called a press conference shortly after seeing the viral footage and voiced his severe condemnation of the incident that happened in front of the former Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar. Chirag Paswan attacked Tejashwi, saying, “There is no difference between his mother and my mother for me,” after expressing his anguish over the offensive film that targeted his mother.

Had I been at his place, I would have responded. No family man would, in my opinion, put up with this abuse. Women make up half of our population, therefore I think it’s time we started treating them with respect,” he continued.

Notably, in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, Chirag Paswan won the seat for Jamui. But this time, he declared his brother-in-law Arun Bharti’s candidacy for the position.

“NO INFORMATION…”: YADAV TEJASHWI REACTS

RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav responded to the offensive remarks made by party members in Jamui regarding Chirag Paswan’s mother by claiming that he was unaware of the occurrence.

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“I don’t know who is saying what or where.” I heard nothing while I was speaking. It was a sizable gathering. According to a remark from Tejashwi Yadav, “These people have made their video and have posted on social media.”

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Attacks by the BJP J.D.

“RJD is irritated as they are losing the election,” claimed BJP leader Shahnawaz Hussain in response to the widely shared video that showed insults directed at the mother of LJP Chief Chirag Paswan. They’re mistreating people now. In front of Tejashwi Yadav and other RJD leaders, Chirag Paswan’s mother was mistreated. No one halted. In Bihar, it’s never happened. That is not appropriate.

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