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Yashwant Sinha nominated as a joint opposition candidate for the presidential election

Yashwant Sinha nominated as a joint opposition candidate for the presidential election

Yashwant Sinha, a former union minister of the  NDA government led by Atalbi Harley Vajpai, was nominated today as a joint opposition candidate for the presidential election. The BJP has not yet announced its choices in the July poll. Opposition leaders unanimously agreed with Mr Shinha’s name at a parliamentary annexe for a meeting convened by NCP chief Sharad Power.

“In the next presidential election, we chose a common candidate and decided to prevent the Modi administration from doing any further damage. At a subsequent meeting held today, we were co-candidates. I chose Yashwant Sinha as a person.

We call on all parties to vote for Yashwant Singha. ” The joint statement called on the BJP and its allies to support Mr Shinha’s candidacy and “enable the country to elect a worthy Rashtrapati that is not opposed.” Presidential candidate. ” His statement was accompanied by the assurance that the opposition unity built on the eve of the presidential elections will survive the next few months.

 Earlier that day, Trinamool leader Sinha dropped a big hint about his candidacy when he said he needed to “leave” the party to strengthen the unity of the opposition. ” The honour and fame that Mama Taji has given me at TMC make me very grateful. Now, for a larger country, I have to resign from the party to work for greater unity of opposition. It’s time to go. Former West Bengal Governor Gopal Krishna Gandhi, Nationalist Congress Party leader Sharad Powerle, and former Jean-Mu Kashmir Prime Minister Farouk Abdullah have previously opposed running for president. I was in the presidential election.

The process of electing a new president began on June 15. The deadline for submitting recommendations is June 29th. Elections will take place on July 18th as needed, and counting will take place in July. When Yashwant Singha announced his membership in the BJP at a press conference in 1993, senior leader LK Advani called it a “gift of Diwali” to the party. His former bureaucrats have travelled extensively ever since, as did the parties he joined and prospered for a long time.

Promoted by Advani, who was appointed head of the respected Treasury and Foreign Ministry of the Atalbi Harley Vajpai administration from 1999 to 2004, Shinhan has been in his politics since leaving  BJP under Narendra Modi. Reformed the profile. The candidate is in the presidential election. Don’t miss it | It’s time to leave the party to strengthen the opposition’s unity,  Yashwant Sinha tweeted

 Although it is unlikely that the NDA will experience more than a few problems in polls, Shinha’s candidacy brings great symbolism to both former and opposition parties seeking a moral position for the Modi administration.

Yashwant Singha

Shinha announced his resignation from the Trinamool Congress on Tuesday, saying, “I am grateful for the honour and status that Mama Taji has given me at TMC. Now, for a larger country, I am larger. It’s time to resign from the party to work for the unity of the opposition. She’s confident that she will approve the move. “

 Thank you for the honour and fame that Mama Taji gave me at TMC. Now, for a larger country, it is time for me to resign from the party to work for greater unity of opposition. I’m sure she approves the move. — Yashwant Sinha (@YashwantSinha) June 21, 2022

 After she left IAS in 1984, Shinha was first stopped by Janatadal, who became a  member of Large Yasaba in 1988. After spending his glorious days at the BJP, his side-business activities have joined the voice calling for his mentor, Advanis, to resign as opposition leader during his visit to Pakistan for praising Mohammad Ali Jinnah in 2005. It started when I was there. The BJP’s decade of opposition made irrelevant by Advani’s inability to seize power, further cast Shinha in the shadows.

After Modi was promoted to BJP, after Shinha, took over publicly, and before finally leaving the party in 2018, there was a final break, saying that it is a “threat to democracy” in its current form. did. Lok Sabha’s three-time MP from Jharkhand’s Hazaribag constituency, Sinha, 84, defends Kashmir as part of a “ Rushtramanchi” with like-minded leaders and writes an autobiography in 2019. By doing so, he tried to revive his political career. Before finally finding the sanctuary in the Trinamool Parliament.

It was TMC leader Mamata Banerjee who gathered opposition over a common candidate, and Shinha was eventually selected. After Sharad Pawar, Farooq Abdullah and Gopalkrishna Gandhi all resigned, he may have been a fallback choice, but Sinha welcomes this new breath of life. Shinha was born relatively wealthy, and his father, Bipin Bihar Sharan, was active in legal affairs. He earned a master’s degree in political science in 1958, taught political science at Patna College from 1958 to 1960, and then joined the IAS.

Yashwant Singha

He has held various duties in Bihar, representing foreign governments before becoming the federal government. From 1971 to 1973 he was the first secretary (commercial) of the Indian Embassy in  Bonn, Germany. He then served as Consul General of India in Frankfurt from 1973 to 1974. Before retiring from  IAS, he was Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary of the Department of Land Transport. At the Janata Party, Shinha was Secretary-General of All India and was appointed Minister of Finance in Chandra Shekar’s short-lived cabinet from November 1990 to June 1991.

 Shinha Chandra calls Shekar his “political leader” as he moves on to other parties. However, Shinha wrote in his autobiography that he joined the BJP against the advice of Chandra Shekal. He said solid leaders warned that the BJP could “abuse and destroy” him because of the lack of RSS background. Shinha adds: “I wasn’t a member of  RSS. I’ve never been curious, wearing a khaki nicker, a black hat, or going to Shakha. Therefore, I cannot even make a faint claim to his father, which is characteristic of the BJP. “

 Shinha continues to stay away from his 25-year-old party and believes that Jawaharlal Nehru has had a great influence on meeting him as a young IAS visitor. ” He (Nehru) made some of the decisions and reacted to some of the events in his life later on based on his statements that day in Delhi.”

 Apart from his discontinued political career, even his rival leaders recognize Shinha as a competent minister. Former President Pranab Mukherjee once said that if the Chandra Shekar administration was not overthrown, Shinha could “become the first reformist finance minister, but offer a budget that could change the country’s economic situation. I couldn’t. ” For two terms between 1998 and 2002, Sinha held the position of minister of finance in the Vajpayee government. In 2002 he exchanged his portfolio with Foreign Minister Jaswantsin. By the way, Shinha’s father named him after Rajput warrior Jaswant Singhwar.

Yashwant Singha

When Shinha talks about his work, he often mentions a good relationship with former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell, and in an Indian Express column, he was the only one to invite a meeting with the U.S. President (then George). Bush, who writes that he is the Foreign Minister of India) in the Oval Office. Shinha may have retired from

BJP and active politics, but his son Jayant is part of the party and a former constituency member of his father Hazaribag. In the last Modi administration, Jayant was the Federal Secretary of State. So what is Shinha aiming for in this latest political leap? As he wrote in Relentless, “This practice of taking calculated risks continues to this day.”

Yashwant Sinha, a former union minister of the  NDA government led by Atalbi Harley Vajpai, was nominated today as a joint opposition candidate for the presidential election. The BJP has not yet announced its choices in the July poll. Opposition leaders unanimously agreed with Mr Shinha’s name at a parliamentary annexe for a meeting convened by NCP chief Sharad Power.

“In the next presidential election, we chose a common candidate and decided to prevent the Modi administration from doing any further damage. At a subsequent meeting held today, we were co-candidates. I chose Yashwant Sinha as a person.

We call on all parties to vote for Yashwant Singha. ” The joint statement called on the BJP and its allies to support Mr Shinha’s candidacy and “enable the country to elect a worthy Rashtrapati that is not opposed.” Presidential candidate. ” His statement was accompanied by the assurance that the opposition unity built on the eve of the presidential elections will survive the next few months.

 Earlier that day, Trinamool leader Sinha dropped a big hint about his candidacy when he said he needed to “leave” the party to strengthen the unity of the opposition. ” The honour and fame that Mama Taji has given me at TMC make me very grateful. Now, for a larger country, I have to resign from the party to work for greater unity of opposition. It’s time to go. Former West Bengal Governor Gopal Krishna Gandhi, Nationalist Congress Party leader Sharad Powerle, and former Jean-Mu Kashmir Prime Minister Farouk Abdullah have previously opposed running for president. I was in the presidential election.

The process of electing a new president began on June 15. The deadline for submitting recommendations is June 29th. Elections will take place on July 18th as needed, and counting will take place in July. When Yashwant Singha announced his membership in the BJP at a press conference in 1993, senior leader LK Advani called it a “gift of Diwali” to the party. His former bureaucrats have travelled extensively ever since, as did the parties he joined and prospered for a long time.

Promoted by Advani, who was appointed head of the respected Treasury and Foreign Ministry of the Atalbi Harley Vajpai administration from 1999 to 2004, Shinhan has been in his politics since leaving  BJP under Narendra Modi. Reformed the profile. The candidate is in the presidential election. Don’t miss it | It’s time to leave the party to strengthen the opposition’s unity,  Yashwant Sinha tweeted

 Although it is unlikely that the NDA will experience more than a few problems in polls, Shinha’s candidacy brings great symbolism to both former and opposition parties seeking a moral position for the Modi administration.

Yashwant Singha

Shinha announced his resignation from the Trinamool Congress on Tuesday, saying, “I am grateful for the honour and status that Mama Taji has given me at TMC. Now, for a larger country, I am larger. It’s time to resign from the party to work for the unity of the opposition. She’s confident that she will approve the move. “

 Thank you for the honour and fame that Mama Taji gave me at TMC. Now, for a larger country, it is time for me to resign from the party to work for greater unity of opposition. I’m sure she approves the move. — Yashwant Sinha (@YashwantSinha) June 21, 2022

 After she left IAS in 1984, Shinha was first stopped by Janatadal, who became a  member of Large Yasaba in 1988. After spending his glorious days at the BJP, his side-business activities have joined the voice calling for his mentor, Advanis, to resign as opposition leader during his visit to Pakistan for praising Mohammad Ali Jinnah in 2005. It started when I was there. The BJP’s decade of opposition made irrelevant by Advani’s inability to seize power, further cast Shinha in the shadows.

After Modi was promoted to BJP, after Shinha, took over publicly, and before finally leaving the party in 2018, there was a final break, saying that it is a “threat to democracy” in its current form. did. Lok Sabha’s three-time MP from Jharkhand’s Hazaribag constituency, Sinha, 84, defends Kashmir as part of a “ Rushtramanchi” with like-minded leaders and writes an autobiography in 2019. By doing so, he tried to revive his political career. Before finally finding the sanctuary in the Trinamool Parliament.

It was TMC leader Mamata Banerjee who gathered opposition over a common candidate, and Shinha was eventually selected. After Sharad Pawar, Farooq Abdullah and Gopalkrishna Gandhi all resigned, he may have been a fallback choice, but Sinha welcomes this new breath of life. Shinha was born relatively wealthy, and his father, Bipin Bihar Sharan, was active in legal affairs. He earned a master’s degree in political science in 1958, taught political science at Patna College from 1958 to 1960, and then joined the IAS.

Yashwant Singha

He has held various duties in Bihar, representing foreign governments before becoming the federal government. From 1971 to 1973 he was the first secretary (commercial) of the Indian Embassy in  Bonn, Germany. He then served as Consul General of India in Frankfurt from 1973 to 1974. Before retiring from  IAS, he was Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary of the Department of Land Transport. At the Janata Party, Shinha was Secretary-General of All India and was appointed Minister of Finance in Chandra Shekar’s short-lived cabinet from November 1990 to June 1991.

 Shinha Chandra calls Shekar his “political leader” as he moves on to other parties. However, Shinha wrote in his autobiography that he joined the BJP against the advice of Chandra Shekal. He said solid leaders warned that the BJP could “abuse and destroy” him because of the lack of RSS background. Shinha adds: “I wasn’t a member of  RSS. I’ve never been curious, wearing a khaki nicker, a black hat, or going to Shakha. Therefore, I cannot even make a faint claim to his father, which is characteristic of the BJP. “

 Shinha continues to stay away from his 25-year-old party and believes that Jawaharlal Nehru has had a great influence on meeting him as a young IAS visitor. ” He (Nehru) made some of the decisions and reacted to some of the events in his life later on based on his statements that day in Delhi.”

 Apart from his discontinued political career, even his rival leaders recognize Shinha as a competent minister. Former President Pranab Mukherjee once said that if the Chandra Shekar administration was not overthrown, Shinha could “become the first reformist finance minister, but offer a budget that could change the country’s economic situation. I couldn’t. ” For two terms between 1998 and 2002, Sinha held the position of minister of finance in the Vajpayee government. In 2002 he exchanged his portfolio with Foreign Minister Jaswantsin. By the way, Shinha’s father named him after Rajput warrior Jaswant Singhwar.

Yashwant Singha

When Shinha talks about his work, he often mentions a good relationship with former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell, and in an Indian Express column, he was the only one to invite a meeting with the U.S. President (then George). Bush, who writes that he is the Foreign Minister of India) in the Oval Office. Shinha may have retired from

BJP and active politics, but his son Jayant is part of the party and a former constituency member of his father Hazaribag. In the last Modi administration, Jayant was the Federal Secretary of State. So what is Shinha aiming for in this latest political leap? As he wrote in Relentless, “This practice of taking calculated risks continues to this day.”

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