Randeep Singh Surjewala is an Indian politician from Haryana and a member of Indian National Congress party. He is an MLA in the Haryana state legislature and a former minister.
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Wednesday publicly threatened a leader of his BJP party that he would chop off the latter's neck for placing a silver crown on his head, triggering a controversy, following which he attempted damage control.
Describing the ED questioning of former Karnataka minister and senior Congress leader D.K. Shivakumar as "political vendetta", the Congress on Saturday slammed the government saying it was continuing to target opposition leaders with the sole aim of diverting attention from its failures.
Hitting out at the Modi government, Congress on Thursday said that the "wrong" decision on FDI in single-brand retail trade (SBRT) will hurt 3 crore shopkeepers and bring under threat the employment of 15 crore workers.
The Congress on Thursday accused the Narendra Modi government of favoring foreign companies by announcing foreign direct investment (FDI) reforms to ease the 30 per cent local sourcing norm in single-brand retail trade (SBRT) whereby domestic procurement for exported goods will now qualify for inclusion under the 30 per cent sourcing rules, saying the measure is a "big blow" to small businesses.
Congress leader Randeep Singh Surjewala on Thursday hit out at Pakistan for questioning the status of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh, stating the neighbouring country needs to set their own house in order and answer the abuse of human rights violations in its own land and Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK).
A day after former Finance Minister P. Chidambaram was arrested, the Congress party in a press conference held here on Thursday called it a 'broad daylight murder of democracy'.
Taking a swipe at the Narendra Modi government, the Congress here on Wednesday said the economy was dwindling because of the Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) failed policies.
The Congress party on Monday slammed the BJP led NDA government at the Centre for its alleged "step-motherly" treatment towards Dalits and Tribals. It also criticised the CBSE's decision to increase the fee for Class X and XII board examinations.
After meeting for two hours, the Congress Working Committee (CWC) on Saturday decided to meet again in the evening to choose a new Congress president even as it renewed its plea to Rahul Gandhi to take back his resignation from the post. Many of the subgroups formed for consultations among state unit party leaders have named Rahul Gandhi to lead the party.
Talking to reporters after a meeting of party leaders here to discuss the crisis faced by the ruling Congress-JD(S) ...