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The NDA criticizes Tejashwi Yadav for failing to cast vote

The BJP-led NDA heavily criticized Tejashwi Yadav for not casting vote. BJP’s spokesperson Neeraj Kumar said that Mr. Yadav might have stayed away from casting vote as none of his family member is in prime ministerial race and the RJD party doesn't accepts the leadership of Rahul Gandhi. On the other hand JD(U) spokesman Neeraj Kumar expressed his surprise over why Yadav toured in Bihar to garner votes in the name of his father Lalu Yadav Prasad when he did not wanted to exercise his franchise.

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बीजेपी led NDA 36 गठबंधन के साथ पहले से ही आगे चल रही है |

NDP ने पुराने और नए 36 भागीदारों के साथ भागीदारी की है.. नवीनतम जौइन उत्तर पूर्व में AGP और बोडो पीपुल्स फ्रंट हैं, झारखंड में AJSU और तमिलनाडु में DMDK हैं। असम में AGP ने 'नागरिकता संशोधन विधेयक' का विरोध करने के लिए NDP गठबंधन छोड़ दिया, लेकिन एक नए विकास में पार्टी को फिर से गठबंधन बनाया गया है नॉर्थ ईस्ट बेल्ट के पार्टी महासचिव राम माधव ने कहा, "जबकि विपक्ष महागठबंधन के बारे में बात कर रहा है, हम पहले ही नॉर्थ ईस्ट और देश के बाकी हिस्सों में कर चुके हैं। NDP पहले की तुलना में अधिक मजबूत गठबंधन है।

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BJP Led NDA Running ahead with 36 alliance already.

NDA has partnered with old and new 36 partners for Upcoming Lok Sabha Election. The latest joinees are AGP and Bodo People ‘s Front in North East, AAJSU in Jharkhand and DMDK in Tamil Nadu. The AGP in Assam left NDA alliance for protesting against Citizenship Amendment Bill but in a new development the party has again allianced. Ram Madhav, party general Secretary in charge of North East belt said,” While Opposition is talking about Mahaghatbandhan, we already have place in North East and rest of the country. The NDA is a much stronger coalition than before”.

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Budget: Vision to make India $10 trillion economy by 2030

Emphasising that infrastructure is the backbone of any nation’s development, finance minister Piyush Goyal, in the interim budget presented on Friday, laid out the vision to make India a $10 trillion economy by 2030. Source: HT

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