AAP, BJP call each other out on 'unfulfilled promises'
The Aam Aadmi Party and the BJP took to social media to call each other out on ''unfulfilled promises'', including the former’s promise of transparency regarding donations and the latter’s pledge for granting full statehood to Delhi.
AAP Delhi said in a tweet: “Its been 15 days @BJP4India website is still down. Guess who failed to safeguard his own website ?...[sic]”.
Replying to the tweet, BJP Delhi shared a screenshot from the AAP website that showed the party’s promise to publish details of “every single rupee” donated to it on its site. Along with the image, BJP Delhi said in the tweet: “AAP is worried about BJP’s website when their own website doesn’t show any details they had promised! Such frivolous attitude is only expected from AAP. Rather than focusing on BJP they should focus on Delhi and give Ayushmann Bharat and 10% EWS Reservation to Delhiites.”
JD(U) set to contest Arunachal Assembly polls for first time
In its maiden entry into the electoral politics of the Himalayan State of Arunachal Pradesh, the Janata Dal (United) is contesting the April 11 Assembly elections.
Chairman of the North East Executive Council (NEEC) of the party Senchumo Lotha released the first list of candidates.
The party, led by Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, has fielded former MLA Tani Loffa from the Seppa West Assembly constituency in East Kameng district.
It has also fielded four newcomers, Hayeng Mangfi from the Chayan Tajo constituency, Topin Ete (Aalo West), Dana Takio (Bordumsa-Diyun) and Dongru Sionju from the Bomdila constituency.