PC Chacko, who quit the Congress today, complaining that there was "no democracy left" in the party and not sparing t
he "high command" in his recriminations, dealt a major blow to the party ahead of the Kerala assembly elections. He said that the party is divided into two factions. He, on the other hand, flatly denied rumours that he was considering joining the BJP. His sudden resignation comes as a blow to the Kerala Congress just days before the state elections on April
He told the media in Delhi that he had been thinking about it for a few days. In a series of truth bombs for his campaign, he said that no self-respecting politician will survive in Kerala's Congress. He was sure of joining the BJP.
He added, in Congress, there is no longer any democracy. The state Congress committee has not been briefed on the candidate list. There are no committees for polling or candidate viability debates. Party factions have always existed, even in Congress, but they are no longer important.
Bihar budget has a different twist in comparison to other budgets since this is the first budget after the Bihar elections. The NDA government announced a Rs 2.18 lakh crore budget for 2021-22
Former BJP MP Dhananjay Mahadik and two others booked for violation of COVID-19 norms at the marriage reception of Mahadik's son.