Union Minister has steered that senior leaders and should resign from the get together and join the


Athawale mentioned that the NDA authorities within the Centre will hold returning to energy and that since veteran leaders like Sibal, Azad and others have been accused of colluding with the BJP, they should submit their resignation identical to Jyotiraditya Scindia did and join the BJP.



“There is a controversy over the post of Congress chief. Rahul Gandhi has accused Sibal, Azad of working on BJP’s behalf. Therefore, I request Sibal, Azad to resign from Congress. They have spent many years expanding the Congress, but they should exit the party and join BJP now,” Athawale instructed ANI right here.


“If they are being disrespected there they should leave just like Jyotiraditya Scindia did, even Sachin Pilot did so but he reached a compromise. Rahul Gandhi is wrong in blaming people who built the Congress,” he added.


Athawale mentioned that the BJP led NDA would keep in energy for a lot of extra years, and expressed the hope that it’ll win over 350 seats within the subsequent common elections.


“BJP is the party of the masses today, people of all castes, sects, and religion are joining BJP. It will win keep winning in the coming elections and eradicate Congress,” the Union minister of state for Social Justice mentioned.


Sibal and Azad have been among the many 23 massive leaders from Congress who had written to interim president Sonia Gandhi for sweeping adjustments within the get together.


Later defending the letter, Azad had mentioned it was no massive deal if their letter received leaked and requested if motion should not be taken for “indiscipline” in opposition to leaders who focused them.


Azad additionally mentioned that get together chief Rahul Gandhi initially had points with the letter which was mentioned in the course of the stormy assembly of Congress Working Committee held final month.

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