#Week2 4th May to 10th May Political News Summarised – 2020

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Prove accusations or apologize: TMC on Mamata Banerjee ‘s letter to Amit Shah about the trains of migrants

Union Home Minister Shah, in a letter to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, said the Government of West Bengal does not allow trains with migrant workers to enter the state that may cause more difficulty for the labourers.

Ex NCP MP Ranjitsinh Mohite Patil on the BJP list of Maharashtra Council election candidates

Also ranks in the list are Gopichand Padalkar who joined the party on the eve of last year’s Lok Sabha polls.

NAM Summit PM Narendra Modi emphasizes the positive role of India, and calls for global cooperation

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has successfully used the forums open to India to argue that global participation should be the rule instead of more inward-looking nations

Center wants clarity in COVID-19 fighting: Rahul Gandhi

Addressing a press conference by video conferencing, he said the shutdown is not an on / off turn and it’s a process that needs the collaboration of all – Middle, Governments, District Magistrates and the Indian people.

Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray talks with opposition parties on the pandemic situation

While some of the leaders gathered at Mantralaya (state secretariat), others, including Uddhav Thackeray himself, took part in the meeting via video conference, a Chief Minister ‘s Office official said.

Don’t play ‘small politics’ about special trains from Shramik: Railway union with Sonia Gandhi

In a letter to Gandhi, the biggest Railways group of employees said traveling during the coronavirus pandemic is risky, but it is made possible by their hard work by railway staff.

Karnataka reveals how to cope with the migrant crisis

If the government of BS Yediyurappa executes its migrant policy successfully, this could also give the Center a pattern to follow in other states

Ex FM Chidambaram asks govt about the plight of migrants

“What happened to the promise of travel by bus and rail for migrant workers? Why are these people now traveling to their home states,” he asked in a series of tweets.

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