"We will have respect for whoever wins the race, which will probably be with BJP's support".
After Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti claimed that China was interfering in matters of the state, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has come out with a similar accusation of China meddling in their state as well.
Banerjee while briefing the media on the meeting said, "We will play an aggressive role in Parliament". After all this, we will not bow down our heads rather fight and be happy to go to jail. She was reportedly asked by the Foreign Ministry to defer her visit given the tension; however, three union ministers visited China earlier this month for sessions of the bloc that calls itself BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa). It connects Bhutan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sikkim, Darjeeling hills, Northeast India and the rest of India. "People belonging to the Jamaat are being allowed inside", she was quoted as saying by ANI. "Only 60 hours are left before this ill planned launch and no one knows for sure what's happening!" she added. The Opposition plans to corner the government over these issues in the Monsoon Session that started on Monday and will continue till August 11.
Congress leaders vow support to Meira Kumar
Owaisi and his nine legislators in Telangana and Maharashtra will cast their votes for the Opposition candidate. Besides the MLAs, senior party leaders and observers were also present at the meeting.
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Foreman won the Doak Walker Award as the nation's top running back after rushing for 2,028 yards as a junior at Texas last season. Foreman was with six other guys, who were all cited for possession of marijuana, as it was found in all of their vehicles.
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