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Digvijaya Singh and D K Shivkumar detained in Bengaluru

Today in Bengaluru, Congress leaders D K Shivkumar and Digvijaya Singh have been arrested. According to reports, they were detained because they had gone to meet the 16 rebels Congress MLAs from Madhya Pradesh. Singh had sat on a dharna near the hotel where the MLAs were staying. A video has been surfaced where Singh was sitting on the road wearing a face mask, and later being taken away by police personnel. Src: https://bit.ly/2Qp5lly

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4 Gujarat Congress MLA resigns ahead of Rajya Sabha election

Ahead of Gujarat Rajya Sabha election, 4 Congress MLA of Gujarat have submitted their resignations to Assembly Speaker Rajendra Trivedi. Speaking to media, Trivedi said that he accepted their resignations. He further said that he will announce the names of the legislators in the Legislative Assembly on Monday. Due to resignation, the strength of Congress member in Assembly has decreased from 182 to 69. Src: https://bit.ly/38Rw1BJ

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Congress fields Digvijaya Singh from Rajya Sabha from MP. Deepender Hooda from Haryana

Congress Party has announced that Digvijaya Singh and Phool Singh Baraiya will be Madhya Pradesh candidates for the Rajya Sabha elections. According to the All India Congress Committee (AICC) press release, KTS Tulsi and Phulam Devi Netam will contest Chhattisgarh's Rajya Sabha elections, Jharkhand's Shahzada Anwar, and Maharashtra's Rajiv Satav the party candidate. In addition to this, Kennedy Cornelius Khyiem will be Meghalaya's party nominee while Rajasthan's KC Venugopal and Neeraj Dangi will contest. Src: https://bit.ly/2wOqKxJ

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Kerala govt failed to put effective surveillance at the airport for COVID-19: Congress

In an interview, Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC) president Mullappally Ramachandran alleged that the government has failed to place effective surveillance at the airport, leading to people's suspicions and concerns about the outbreak of Coronavirus. Ramachandran further called for the state govt to hold an all-party meeting to address the current situation immediately. He added that the govt is preparing to shorten the ongoing assembly session and that this will only add to the panic and send a wrong message. Src: https://bit.ly/3aVb7mR

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