2019 polls will be fight between democracy, dictatorship: Cong Jan 13, 2019 0 254 12345 IANSNew DelhiThe Congress on Saturday said that 2019 general election will be a fight between “dictatorship and democaracy” and between “empty sermons” of the ruling party and its own “impeccable” record of service over the years.“2019 is not a battle between a ‘Majboor Sarkar and a Mazboot Sarkar’ (helpless government and strong government).“It is a fight between ‘dictatorship and democracy’. It is a struggle between ‘Bhashan and Prashasan’ (empty sermons and good governance) and it is going to be a test between ‘jumlas’ and an impeccable track record of service which the Congress has delivered over the years,” Congress leader Manish Tewari told media.Tewari attacked the NDA-led government over several issues including agriculture distress, unemployment, security situation in Kashmir and GST and demonetisation.“If there is any achievement that you have scored, it is one of banning notes. If there is any government which has oppressed 124 crore Indian citizens in one go during the last 70 years, it was the current government which did it through its decision of demonetisation,” he said. RELATED ARTICLES Kerala tops list with 5 out of 10 tourist spots in India Jan 13, 2019 0 344 India rejects Pakistani claim over Chinese mission attack Jan 13, 2019 0 299 Modi makes strong pitch for re-election, takes aim at oppn Jan 13, 2019 0 270 Tripura shutdown cripples life in tribal areas Agartala: A 12-hour shutdown, called by six tribal parties in the tribal areas of Tripura to protest police firing earlier this week injuring six youths agitating against the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, crippled .. Delhi air ‘severe’, only rain could bring relief New Delhi: The air in Delhi-NCR turned ‘severe’ on Saturday due to calm winds and high humidity, authorities said, adding only rain could improve the situation to some extent. The overall air quality index (AQI) of Delhi .. New SP-BSP alliance increases pressure on India’s ruling party AFP Lucknow Two regional parties that were former bitter rivals announced an unlikely alliance Saturday to fight Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ruling Hindu nationalist party in a looming general election. The .. Nigeria’s chief justice facing assets charges: Code of Conduct Court Abuja: -Nigeria’s most senior judge has been charged with failing to declare his assets, the Code of Conduct Tribunal said on Saturday. Tribunal spokesman Ibraheem Al-Hassan said the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Walter .. Many feared dead after tanker blast in southeast Nigeria Warri: Nigerian police on Saturday said many people were feared dead after a petrol tanker veered off the road, caught fire and exploded as people tried to recover fuel. The vehicle crashed in the Odukpani area of the .. ANC kicks off S Africa poll campaign with vow to restore democracy Durban: South African President Cyril Ramaphosa on Saturday launched the ANC’s campaign for legislative elections in May, acknowledging the party’s past mistakes and promising to restore democratic institutions .. Pro-Kabila camp wins DRC legislative poll; recount sought for presidency Kinshasa: Parties supporting outgoing Democratic Republic of Congo president Joseph Kabila won a majority in long-delayed legislative elections, according to a tally of results released Saturday, as the opposition .. 10% upper caste quota bill gets Indian president’s nod IANS New Delhi President Ram Nath Kovind on Saturday approved a constitutional amendment that provides 10 per cent reservation to economically weaker general category people in education and government jobs. The ..