Lok Sabha Elections 2014: Top 5 news on BJP you must read on April 23


Modi in damage control mode

Even as the Bharatiya Janata Party’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi moved into damage control mode on Tuesday, an FIR was registered against Vishwa Hindu Parishad leader Pravin Togadia leader for “inciting communal passions” during his rabble-rousing speech in Bhavnagar on Saturday. Meanwhile, the Election Commission has barred Giriraj Singh from addressing election rallies.

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BJP candidate Babul Supriyo surrenders and gets bail

BJP candidate and popular singer Babul Supriyo on Tuesday surrendered before a local court and obtained bail in connection with a criminal case for blockade of National Highway 60 allegedly by him along with party workers on April 12. Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate Aniruddha Maity granted him bail for 14 days till May 5 next.

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NGOs, civil society groups in the fray against Modi

Another set of NGOs has come together in Varanasi, the stage for the big electoral battle between Modi and Arvind Kejriwal.With Elections 2014 getting portrayed as a communalism vs secularism debate, social activists and NGOs from across the country have entered the fray, working in tandem to check Narendra Modi — even if that means aligning with political parties and “lesser evils”.

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 Modi a liar and a fraud: Mulayam

Trashing Narendra Modi’s development model in Gujarat, Mulayam Singh Yadav Tuesday called it “false propaganda” and described Modi as “a liar and a fraud”. Mulayam, contesting from Mainpuri that votes April 24, was talking to party workers after filing his nomination for the April 30 Azamgarh poll.

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Media shouldn’t carry forward agenda of opponents: Modi

Suggesting that media need not fear him, BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi has continued to differentiate between “news traders” and “media”, and cautioned the media against “carrying forward” charges levelled by political opponents.

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