Joshi fears for his life, writes to Chidambaram
Joshi, his aide said, had written that he had been receiving death threats from an unknown caller for the past few weeks and should be given security.
Joshi was forced to resign from the national executive of the party in May after Modi refused to attend the meeting. He subsequently quit the party on June 8.
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Reacting on the rumours that Congress may name Unique Identification Authority of India Chairman, Nandan Nilekani as its candidate for Prime Minister, JD(U) Leader Shivanand Tiwari said the move could be suicidal for the party.
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