BJP is trying to change Ambedkar's Constitution, says Rahul Gandhi

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Rahul Gandhi also praised Tipu Sultan. Average appointments of High Court Judges under UPA-1 was 86 per year, and in UPA-2 it was 79 per year. Under the NDA it has been 109 per year.

The National Cadet Corps (NCC), which operates under the defence ministry, is collecting mobile phone numbers and e-mail addresses of around 15 lakh cadets for the PMO as Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to reach out to them soon, official sources said. When his name was proposed for the Supreme Court, Modi ji's ego was hurt.

Through a graphical representation showcasing funds released under Centrally Sponsored Scheme for Development of infrastructure facilities for subordinate Judiciary, the minister said, "pendency is the legacy which UPA Govt of 10years had given us where judicial infrastructure development was the lowest priority".

"Four years of Modi's rule has gone by and he has only one year left".

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Prasad had alleged that the Congress was using the services of the London-based political data analytics firm CA and also claimed that the firm was involved in Gandhi's social media campaign and there had been meetings too in this regard.

Modi doesn't see corruption in the sudden rise in turnover of a company owned by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Amit Shah's son Jay Shah, he said.

Prasad recently insisted that the Congress has used the services of Cambridge Analytica and said several media reports about the opposition party using the services of the firm had appeared in October and November a year ago and it never denied those stories till the BJP raised the issue. He also questioned if the notice given to controversial firm Cambridge Analytica bothered him personally. The minister termed the allegations by Congress chief as deeply reprehensible. Find us on Facebook too!

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