The Indian National Congress on Tuesday released its poll manifesto ahead of the 2019 general elections. Here are some of the key points the party has made in the document.
Indian General Election, 2019
The Gujarat Congress unit has requested senior party leader Ahmed Patel to contest the next month’s Lok Sabha poll from the state’s Bharuch seat.
Congress chief Rahul Gandhi will contest the coming Lok Sabha elections from a second seat besides family stronghold Amethi. The seat will be Kerala’s Wayanad.
Around 100 film makers of the country who make films to ensure social justice along side entertaining the intellect, have come together for a common cause. This time to protect the democracy of the country. They got together and issued a statement to appeal to the people of India to oust BJP from power.
The women, who came together under Bebaak Collective – a movement against hatred, demanded the political parties “restore” constitutional rights of women and minorities.
AIMIM has named its candidates for Aurangabad and Kishanganj Lok Sabha constituencies in Maharashtra and Bihar respectively.
Mehbooba said in her address while assuring that if PDP comes to power, it will make efforts to revoke the ban imposed on Jamaat-e-Islami and JKLF.
Indian-American comedian Hasan Minhaj did an entire episode on the Indian politics on his Netflix show Patriot Act. The episode released on Netflix and was also posted on YouTube on Sunday.
“We endorse the Beijing Declaration on Women’s Right which is also UN Declaration, granting equal rights on all decision making process including political system,” said National President of AIWUP, Nasim Bano Khan.
There are 40.08 lakh people whose names have been left out of the complete draft of the citizens’ register after including the names of 2.9 crore people out of a total 3.3 crore applicants