Headline • Arjun Kapoor and Abhishek Bachchan praise Akshay Kumar's trailer for the film Kesari• BJP government raises EPF interest rates• Uttarakhand Police urges Kashmiri students not to send inflammatory statements on social media• Kulbhushan Jadhav case starts hearing on Monday• Rajiv Saxena gets interim bail till Feb 22 • Vadra wrote on Facebook, handed Priyanka to the people of India, please keep them safe.• J&K : Attack on CRPF team, 7 security personnel and 4 civilians injured• State strike in Uttar Pradesh is illegal: Allahabad High Court• Mamata Banerjee declares victory on Supreme Court order in West Bengal• Tension in Meerut area after breaking Ambedkar statue• INDvsNZ : India won the series 4-1• I will leave politics even after Modi's retirement : Smriti Irani• Don Ravi Pujari arrested from African country Senegal• "I will be back soon" Union Minister Arun Jaitley• Report of the NSSO's unemployment, at the high level of 45 years• Modi government can give big gift to farmers• Akhilesh welcomes Priyanka Gandhi's political entry• Republic Day 2019 : India's power demonstration on Rajpath• Roach put England on 77 runs• DU plans to curb fake filing• Aadhar, Government is bringing re-entry amendments to private companies• Supreme Court: Children of Muslim-Hindu couple entitled to father's property• Priyanka Gandhi formally entered politics• Soundarya Rajinikanth will get married to actor-businessman Vishagan Vanangamudi • Signing of $ 3 billion bailout package between Pakistan and UAE

 BJP to launch agitation against SP in Uttar Pradesh

Lucknow: The BJP has announced to launch a state-wide agitation against the Samajwadi Party government in Uttar Pradesh accusing it of being anti-people.

An action plan is being drawn against the anti-people, anti-farmer and anti-poor government led by Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav and the agitations will be launched in a phased manner, state spokesman Vijay Bahadur Pathak said.

He said that at a meeting chaired by state unit chief Laxmikant Bajpayi Monday, it was decided the party would collect and collate the details of its ongoing membership drive March 2 and 3 in every district.

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has also decided to contest the three-tier panchayat polls scheduled for October this year, state leaders said.

In the month of March, the party will hold demonstrations at tehsil and block levels and take up issues such as failing law and order, state government's anti-farmer policies and the indifference of the state government towards growing corruption in the state, Pathak said.

In month of April, the agitation will be expanded to the district level, while in May, it will be taken up at the divisional levels and later culminate into a state-wide agitation.

Related News