I stand with Chitra Yadav | Chitra Yadav related news, polls & posts
Stand with

Mamata government will fall on its own, Bengal people want to end violence: BJP leader slams Mamata

BJP National General Secretary and the party in-charge for West Bengal Kailash Vijayargiya, in an interview, said, "I don't think Mamata Ji will go on till 2021, saying anything now would be premature, we are preparing for 2021 but this government will fall on its own". On the TMC's door-to-door campaign, he said, "The more she does the door-to-door campaign, the more it will benefit us. People want to end the violence in West Bengal and only BJP can do it. In TMC rule, violence is at its peak". He added, "She should look at herself, the way she had run an undemocratic dictatorial government. It is a result of these things that they have lost. If they continue in assembly election they might not even find TMC legislators".

Do you stand with @KailashVijayvargiya

I stand with @KailashVijayvargiya

273 votes

I don’t

295 votes

6 months allocated to fill all faculty vacancies

The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) and the University Grants Commission (UGC) have recently asked all the colleges and universities across the country to fill up the faculty vacancies list down the line of next 6 months. Now the MHRD will monitor the process step by step, said the official source. If any institution will fail to provide the data might lose the grant from the government.


That's Great

292 votes

That's Sad

291 votes

Transgender Rights Bill, 2016 to be Reintroduced

The Social Justice and Empowerment Ministry in its recent press release mentioned that they’re planning to put the bill of Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Bill, 2016 again into the motion. To prohibit the discrimination against them this bill looks promising. It will face some critical amendments if the bill will pass said the official sources.

Global Growth will slow down in 2019: World Bank

World Bank in its recent predictions informed that the global real GDP growth is likely to slow down to 2.6% for 2019 which is a little lesser by 0.3% points from its previous forecast in January. For the next year 2020, the global real GDP growth might stand at 2.7% and for India, the GDP will likely to be at 7.5%.

Do you stand with @WorldBankReport

I stand with @WorldBankReport

305 votes

I don’t

267 votes