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Those opposing Modi will have to go to Pakistan after polls: BJP leader

Will our politicians stop spitting venom? Now, BJP's Giriraj S...

umka (Jharkhand): Bihar's BJP leader Giriraj Singh has stirred up a controversy saying that those opposing the party's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi would have to go to Pakistan after the Lok Sabha Elections. "Jo log Narendra Modi ko ... Daily Bhaskar, 8 hours ago
Those opposing Modi will ha... Siasat Daily, 10 hours ago

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Narendra Modi`s opponents can leave India for Pakistan: Giriraj Singh

In what comes as an embarrassment for the BJP, the party's senior leader Giriraj Singh on Saturday said at a rally in Jharkhand that those opposing Narendra Modi will have no place in India. Singh, while addressing the masses at Godda district, said that ...
 Zee News6 hours ago Giriraj Singh threatens to send Narendra Modi`s opponents to Pakistan  Zee News9 hours ago Modi`s opponents will have no place in India, can go to Pakistan: Giriraj Singh  Zee News10 hours ago Narendra Modi`s detractors will have to go to Pakistan: BJP`s Giriraj Singh  Zee News12 hours ago
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Bihar's Nawada Lok Sabha seat to witness fierce contest

For, Giriraj Singh, the sole bhumihar candidate this election and merrily riding the crest of Narendra Modiwave, appears more concerned with the margin of victory than winning.
 Times of India2 weeks ago Battle for Nawada remains unpredictable as always  Millennium Post2 weeks ago Giriraj to contest from Nawada Lok Sabha seat  NetIndia123.com1 month ago Giriraj accepts Nawada seat, vows to make Modi as PM  Sify1 month ago
The Hindu

Giriraj Singh Stops Resisting, to Contest From Nawada

Senior BJP leader Giriraj Singh today gave up resistance saying he would abide by the party's decision and contest from the Nawada Lok Sabha seat, instead of his choice, Begusarai. "I humbly accept the party's decision. I will contest from Nawada. I will file ...
 Outlook1 month ago BJP leader Giriraj to contest from Nawada  The Hindu1 month ago Giriraj gives up resistance, to contest from Nawada  Business Standard1 month ago PTI - POLL-GIRIRAJ(RPT) - (Correction in last paragraph) Giriraj gives up resistance, to contest from Nawada  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago
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PTI - POLL-BI-NOM - Meira Kumar, Giriraj Singh file nominations papers

POLL-BI-NOM - Meira Kumar, Giriraj Singh file nominations papers Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. Patna, Mar 19 (PTI) Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar, senior BJP leader Giriraj Singh and LJP nominee Chirag Paswan were among 25 candidates who filed ...
 Namibia Press Agency1 month ago Meira Kumar, Giriraj Singh File Nominations Papers  Outlook1 month ago Bihar: Meira Kumar, Giriraj Singh file nomination papers  Business Line1 month ago PTI - POLLS-LD EAST 2 LAST  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago

Many sulking after being denied Begusarai seat

It is not that the outspoken BJP leader, Giriraj Singh, is the only one sulking after being denied a ticket from Begusarai Lok Sabha seat.
 Times of India1 month ago

Giriraj, Ramadhar call off dharna after clean chit from CM on corruption

Two former ministers of BJP quota Giriraj Singh and Ramadhar Singh, facing corruption charges from JD(U) MLA Manjeet Singh, today called off their fast unto death dharna in Assembly premises after Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar made a statement ...
 NetIndia123.com1 month ago Choubey, Singh Accept Apology; Recall Dharna  PatnaDaily.com1 month ago 2 ex-ministers on fast to protest graft charge  Times of India1 month ago Giriraj, Ramadhar Accept Apology; Recall Dharna  Patna Daily1 month ago

'Nitish Kumar creating hurdles, wants Modi to be killed'

Nitish Kumar wants Modi to be killed: Giriraj Singh Your browser does not support the video tag. Bihar BJP leader Giriraj Singh on Thursday alleged that CM Nitish Kumar wants Narendra Modi to be killed as he was creating hurdles in providing ...
 IBNLive India News1 month ago Nitish sees rule of law in Javed arrest  Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago Many BJP Leaders Are Meat Eaters: Nitish's Jibe at Modi  Outlook India1 week ago If BJP wins, state governments may be destabilized: Nitish Kumar  Times of India2 weeks ago
Times of India

Ram Vilas Paswan upsets caste equations, Bihar leaders skip Modi rally

The absence of BJP vice-president C P Thakur, deputy speaker in the Bihar assembly Amrendra Pratap Singh, as well as Giriraj Singh and Ashwini Kumar Choubey was a clear indication of the turmoil over the decision to ally with Paswan.
 Times of India1 month ago BJP leaders mobilize support for NaMo rally on Monday  Times of India1 month ago Modi Gaya rally put off  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago BJP Bihar biggies skip rally  Asian Age1 month ago

Lok Sabha polls: Dissent in Bihar BJP over alliance with Paswan's LJP

Three senior leaders, namely, Dr CP Thakur, Giriraj Singh and Ashwani Chaubey skipped Modi's rally
 INooz1 month ago The BJP's Dalit game plan  Livemint.com1 month ago BJP ticket aspirants in Bihar wary of new entrants  Indian Express1 month ago Rebellion hits Bihar BJP after LJP pact  Hindustan Times1 month ago
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