Nationwide protests erupted against the dastardly terror attack even as the country bid goodbye to its bravehearts. Leaders across the party lines and civil society condemned the attack and called for an appropriate response with Prime Minister Narendra Modi vowing to punish perpetrators.
On Thursday, the top court had reserved the order on his mercy petition for 2 pm on Friday. Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, appearing on behalf of the Delhi government, had said that convict Sharma was not kept in solitary confinement as it was argued by convict's lawyer AP Singh in the Supreme Court."
Answering a query about remarks made by union minister Anurag Thakur and BJP leader Kapil Mishra during the assembly polls, Shah indicated that such remarks should not have been made and these did not reflect the viewpoint of BJP.
Congress leader sought to draw analogy between the two by saying that it is their habit to first bow down and then attack.
"Earlier, no one asked why it took so long and nobody gave an answer. Now we have set a target, facing the questions and making all-out efforts to achieve this target," PM Modi said.
The party galloped to a landslide victory by winning 62 of the 70 seats in the Delhi Assembly elections in the face of a high-voltage campaign by the BJP
Vijayvargiya's comments come a day after Kejriwal led AAP won 62 seats in the Delhi assembly polls. On Tuesday, soon after the poll results, Arvind Kejriwal had said that is the day of Lord Hanuman, who has blessed the people of Delhi.
The results were disappointing for the Congress which ruled the city for 15 years before the advent of AAP. The party had performed better than AAP in the Lok Sabha polls last year.
"Congratulations to AAP and Shri Arvind Kejriwal Ji for the victory in the Delhi Assembly Elections. Wishing them the very best in fulfilling the aspirations of the people of Delhi," tweeted PM Modi.
New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal, who is also set to take over as Chief Minister of Delhi...