Defence Minister Rajnath Singh's comments came after Congress and other opposition members raked up remarks made by BJP MP Pragya Thakur in the House on Wednesday on Godse.
Political observers say that Unnao rape and car crash incidents have put the BJP in a tight spot.
Pragya Singh's comment is being seen by many as a mockery of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ambitious Swachch Bharat Abhiyaan, which he had launched in 2014 with much fanfare.
A prime accused in the case, Pragya Singh Thakur appeared before the court after her victory in the recently concluded Lok Sabha polls but refused to sit in the chair, questioning the cleanliness in the courtroom.
"We have to construct drains and buildings to account for the spells of very heavy rain. We cannot just compare one country with another using average rainfall data," says Reddy.
Swati Maliwal, chairperson of the DWC says, 'the cloak of secrecy over shelter homes doesn’t always protect women and girls'.
Udit Raj, Member of Parliament, BJP on reservations for Dalits, judiciary and why he recently called Dalit MPs "parasites".
In an interview with Outlook, LJP leader Chirag Paswan talks about anger among Dalits over the NGT chairman’s appointment and circumstances for ‘social justice’ oriented parties.
Rahul embraced Prime Minister Narendra Modi right after talking up peace and forgiveness as the basis for Congress politics.
The sudden embrace puts BJP on the back foot, for the ideas Gandhi proposed preceding the hug—peace, forgiveness and tolerance—are tough to oppose.
On Friday, Gandhi raised the Jay Shah issue in Parliament but it was struck off the record by Speaker Sumitra Mahajan.
It is being speculated that many regional parties within the NDA will try to strike a note of independence from the ruling alliance in Parliament as the run-up to polls is on.
Baidyanath, the activist who is responsible for an FIR against three centres of the Missionaries of Charity in Ranchi where children were found to be bought and sold, says he smelt a rat four years ago.
Following is the chronology of events relating to the Supreme Court verdict regarding the powers of the Lieutenant Governor and the Delhi government:
"Obviously, we will not leave till the officer’s strike is called off," the CM tells Outlook
Medical workers shout slogans during a protest against removal of thousands of temporary health workers who were employed by Municipal Corporation last year for coronavirus disease duty, in Ahmedabad.PTI Photo
People light candles in the formation of a red ribbon, the universal symbol of awareness and support for those living with HIV, on World AIDS Day in Kolkata.AP Photo/Bikas Das
Medical Students & doctors hold candles to mark the World AIDS Day and demand the government to consider restructuring the academic fees according to the 2018-19 academic year, payment of COVID-risk allowance, and...PTI Photo/Shailendra Bhojak
Mohammad Umar Kumar busy in making glazed pottery items, in Srinagar. Kumar, a 26-yr old Commerce graduate, is aiming to revive the age old but dying art of glazed pottery in the Valley after learning it from an...PTI Photo
Mohammad Umar Kumar busy in making glazed pottery items, in Srinagar.PTI Photo
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