Hindu votes matter. Welcome to 2020.On the landscape of Indian politics, everyone seems to be doing the same thing.
We are not soft Hindus, we are strong Hindus: AAP MLA Saurabh Bharadwaj announces Sundar Kaand recital every month
AAP's Greater Kailash MLA, Saurabh Bharadwaj, announces recitation of Sundar Kaand in various parts of his constituency every first Tuesday of the month.
To fill the void left by newly ‘secular’ Shiv Sena, Raj Thackeray’s MNS goes saffron on Balasaheb’s birth anniversary
Raj Thackeray's son Amit Thackeray was inducted into the MNS at this meeting.
Posters declaring Priyanka Gandhi Vadra as Ram Bhakt emerge in Ayodhya ahead of her visit to the city
The temple visits of the Gandhi siblings right before the elections are an example of what all can elections make the politician do.
It’s important for Indians, especially the Muslims, to look at Congress’ manifesto closely and understand that the grand old party has never, not now, and certainly would not stand by India’s largest minority.
In 2014, Congress had won 3 seats in Madhya Pradesh while BJP swept the remaining 26 seats in the state
Congress’ soft-Hindutva agenda: Rajasthan manifesto talks about ‘gau shala’ and revival of Sanskrit language
Congress had taken soft-Hindutva approach even in Madhya Pradesh manifesto
Congress though has been trying to come across as a pro-Hindu party, it has earlier too projected its predisposition towards the minority community.
Viral video shows Congress leader saying Narendra Modi is from lower caste, can’t talk about Hinduism
C P Joshi said only Pandits and Brahmins know about Hinduism and others should not talk about it
“If 90% Muslims don’t vote for us, we will be in big trouble”, Congress leader Kamalnath seen saying in video
Kamal Nath is seen saying the Congress needs to ensure that 90% of Muslims vote for them.