Jai Hind row : BJP to raise patriotic slogans in TN, Pondy Assemblies

After KMDK MLA E R Eswaran’ comments in the Tamilnadu Assembly hailing the absence of the slogan Jai Hind in the Governor’s address triggered a row, the BJP sought to hit back by stating that its members would raise patrotic slogans like `Jai Hind’, `Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ and `Vande Mataram’ in the House in the ensuing sessions. Continue Reading

Murugan slams Stalin for ‘Ondriya Arasu’ statement, BJP MLAs meet Governor

BJP Tamilnadu unit president L Murugan has said nowhere in the Constitution the Central government has been mentioned as Union government, as being claimed by Chief Minister M K Stalin. Continue Reading

BJP accuses DMK of double standards on Tasmac liquor issue

BJP Tamilnadu president L Murugan, who on Sunday staged a protest demonstration against opening of the State-owned Tasmac liquor shops, accused the ruling DMK of adopting double standards on the issue. Continue Reading

Modi to campaign in TN, Puducherry today

Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Tamilnadu and Puducherry today, tight security arrangements are in place in the State and the Union Territory. Continue Reading

Attack on BJP’s Madurai office, gang vandalise PM portraits

The BJP’s rural district office in Madurai city was ransacked by an unidentified gang at Melamadai locality on Sunday evening, resulting in high tension. Continue Reading

BJP-AIADMK spar over CM candidate?

At a time when the ruling AIADMK in Tamilnadu has confirmed its alliance with the BJP and also announced Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami as the CM candidate for the Assembly elections due in 4-5 months time, the State Unit of the BJP said a decision on alliance and the CM nominee would be decided by the party high command. Continue Reading

Madhya Pradesh CM attends BJP’s Vel Yatra in TN

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan attended the closing ceremony of the Tamilnadu BJP unit’s ‘Vel Yatra’ at Thiruchendur today. Continue Reading

‘All is Vel’ for TN BJP as party plans mega ‘yatra’

Ahead of the ‘Vetrivel Yatra’ it is going to start from Tiruttani on 6 November, the Tamilnadu BJP today organised a ‘kaappu kattudhal’ event at its headquarters Kamalalayam in Chennai. Continue Reading