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Congress, NC settle LS seat-sharing pact for J&K, Ladakh; leave out PDP

“Udhampur, Jammu and Ladakh will go to the Congress and the NC will contest in Anantnag, Baramulla and Srinagar,” said Omar

Congress leader Salman Khurshid and NC vice-president Omar Abdullah during a joint press conference in New Delhi on Monday. (ANI)
Updated on Apr 09, 2024 05:06 AM IST
ByMir Ehsan, Srinagar/ New Delhi

Congress, NC announce Lok Sabha poll pact in J&K, Ladakh; leave out PDP

The Congress-National Conference alliance means that Peoples Democratic Party, a constituent of the opposition INDIA bloc that includes Congress and NC, would not be part of the arrangement

The National Conference and the Congress announced the alliance on Monday
Updated on Apr 08, 2024 05:34 PM IST

Cong made hollow promises, BJP delivered what it assured: Haryana CM Saini

Hitting out at the opposition INDIA bloc, Haryana chief minister Nayab Saini on Wednesday said that the alliance doesn’t have any neeti (policy), niyat (intention) or netritva. He said this while addressing “Vijay Sankalp” rally in Yamunanagar’s Chhachhrauli sub-division under Ambala Lok Sabha constituency to seek votes in favour of BJP candidate Banto Kataria.

Haryana chief minister Nayab Saini addressing a ‘Vijay Sankalp’ rally in Yamunanagar on Wednesday. (HT Photo)
Updated on Apr 04, 2024 07:28 AM IST
By, Karnal

What happened between SAD and BJP?

A last-ditch effort by the two allies to reconstitute their 25-year alliance (followed by a three-year break) has fallen through. What now?

(From left) Lok Sabha speaker Om Birla, Union home minister Amit Shah, SAD chief Sukhbir Singh Badal, Radha Soami sect head Gurinder Singh Dhillon and former state BJP chief Avinash Rai Khanna during the prayer meet for former Punjab CM Parkash Singh Badal, at Badal village on Thursday. (PTI)
Updated on Apr 03, 2024 10:31 PM IST

HT Interview: For SAD, Panth and Punjab matter more than power, says Sukhbir Badal

Pitchforked into a four-way poll fight in Punjab after BJP not agreeing to SAD’s pre-conditions to re-stitch an alliance, Sukhbir Singh Badal, Akali Dal chief, has upped the ante on the Panthic agenda in a bid to reclaim his party’s eroded core support base among Sikhs and farmers. During an interaction at HT office in Mohali, Badal, 62, spoke for the first time on the reasons for breakdown of tie-up talks, BJP’s pole position in national politics, federalism and future of regional parties. Edited excerpts:

SAD president Sukhbir Singh Badal during an interaction at HT office in Mohali on Tuesday. (SANJEEV SHARMA/HT)
Updated on Apr 03, 2024 09:26 AM IST
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