Congress says BJP is using cops to woo away their MLAs in Gujarat
Congress imposed a very serious accusation against the BJP today. He said the BJP reduced its lawmakers in Gujarat before the next Rajya Sabha elections.
The issue was raised in Rajya Sabha by the opposition deputy, Congress Anand Sharma. He accused the BJP of using the police to strip congressional lawmakers in Gujarat.
“If you are in government, who will fly the deputies?” Sharma was interrogated.
Yesterday, three members of Congress, including the main whip party, Balwantsinh Rajput, left the party.
Rajput immediately offered a ticket for the BJP to participate in the Rajya Sabha state elections. This, Congress quoted as a clear example of the BJP orchestrating “desertions.”
“One MLA, PI Patel after a CLP meeting, went to the residence of another axis of action for tea. There was a district superintendent of police and told him that he would not receive the Congress ticket.
Now your Gujarat police decide Congress will give you a ticket? “Question Ghulam Nabi Azad visibly angry. Patel resigned Congress in the past.
Azad alleged that the district superintendent of the district in question was in jail on meeting charges and is currently released on bail.
In reaction to this, Parshottam Rupala, Minister of Gujarat Union, stranded, “This is an internal matter of the Congress.” His LOP Gujarat leaves the party, deputies leave their country They vote for the presidential elections Why do they complain here? Why is it spread Gujarat?
Congress asked the President, Rajya Sabha, the leadership of the Electoral Commission to hold free and fair elections. Vice President PV Kurien said he could not do this and Congress should contact the Electoral Commission if they have a complaint.
Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi plaisanché: “Your problem (Congress) is your house collapses They can not handle your house and shout and not the neighborhood ..”
Rajya Sabha has continued to add to the interruption of the Congress on this issue. So far, five congressional legislators have left the party in Gujarat since yesterday. Others are expected to join the train.