By Staff Reporter
Indore: On the first day of unlocking the city, the district minister in-charge Tulsi Silawat took a meeting of intellectuals and promine...Read More
Indore: Congress leaders targeted their canons on in-charge minister Tulsi Silawat on Wednesday after his wife’s driver caught in remdesi...Read More
Silawat, while addressing the programme organised in Ram Mandir premises in Jhalaria village, said that all of us should also part...Read More
“MY Hospital treats over 5000 poor patients every day and provides the best facilities to the patients." Silawat told the CM
It was informed in the meeting that there are 58 ponds under Water Resource
department in Indore district.
He observed the preparations going on in the vaccination centre and also gave necessary guidelines for following the protocol related t...Read More
Silawat said that he and Shekhawat held a long meeting with Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan in Bhopal on Saturday on ways to in...Read More
Indore: In a major jolt to Sanwer MLA Tulsiram Silawat, Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court has revived two election petitions agai...Read More
Berth pangs delay Shivraj Singh Chouhan Cabinet expansion
Rajya Sabha member Jyotiraditya Scindia had to wait for about half an hour at the CM House for meeting Shivraj Singh Chouhan
Silawat, Rajput’s wait continues
BJP legislators too demand berths in cabinet.
Tulsi Silawat had taken a lead of 2,413 votes in the first count as he got 5426 votes while Guddu got 3013 votes.
The BJP supporters had started gathering near the stadium since morning hours and remained there till evening.
By FP News Service
Sanwer BJP candidate Tulsi Silawat termed apprehensions raised by Congress regarding the Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) as "baseless",...Read More
Former MP from Ujjain, Premchand Guddu, had represented Sanwer seat in Assembly while he was in Congress.
Till the filing of this report, the two ministers had not submitted their resignations to the Chief Minister or announced publicly their ...Read More
Shockingly, most of the workers were not even wearing masks which are mandatory as per directives of district collector Manish Singh.
Guddu was addressing the media at Nipania during his election campaign.
He also took a jibe at BJP activists and leaders, he said that BJP activists and leaders are not happy that Congressmen joined BJP.