Tulsi gets Viranis' help
With their bahu Tulsi waging a battle, the ?Viranis? can?t be far behind. The telly family will take out a grand yatra for her from Ajmeri Gate.
With their bahu Tulsi waging a battle in Chandni Chowk, the ‘Viranis’ can’t be far behind. The telly family will take out a grand yatra for her from Ajmeri Gate, said a BJP leader. Smriti Z. Irani met sex workers in G.B. Road on Friday and promised them a "life of dignity".
In New Delhi, chairman of Delhi unit’s Quami Ekta Manch, Zaid Ahmad Chaman, pledged support for BJP’s Jagmohan. "About 250 Muslims joined the party on Friday," said a release.
In Karol Bagh, Congress candidate Krishna Tirath had film actress Nagma campaigning for her in West Patel Nagar. Tirath's BJP challenger, Anita Arya, took out padyatras in many areas like Dev Nagar.
In Sadar, Congress candidate Jagdish Tytler showed copies of letters allegedly written by PM Vajpayee and Rajasthan governor M.L. Khurana in favour of BJP's Vijay Goel. "I will file a complaint with both the police and EC," Tytler said.
Goel denied all charges. "Khuranaji wrote the letter before he became governor. Vajpayeeji's letter is a sandesh that is published in all magazines," he said.
Govt on colonies
The Centre on Friday denied any change in its decision on regularisation of unauthorised colonies in Delhi. "There is absolutely no change in the government's decision taken in February this year," a spokesman said.