Bhopal, Sep 19 (IANS) Pioneers who see a superior future with the BJP and in the event that their contemplations coordinate with the saffron party, can go there. Individuals are working for the Congress of their own will and nobody is compressed to do as such, said veteran Congress pioneer and previous Madhya Pradesh Boss Pastor Kamal Nath.
Nath offered this expression while answering to a lot of inquiries from mediapersons in Bhopal. Nath, who is additionally driving the party in Madhya Pradesh as MPCC boss beginning around 2018 and under whose administration the party had won the last gathering races, added that he will offer his vehicle to those needing to go to the BJP.
Nath’s remark came in the midst of the Congress’ inability to keep a departure from the party as eight of its Goa MLAs keep going week joined the considerable rundown of Congress pioneers who have changed to the BJP lately, including more than 22 from Madhya Pradesh.
When gotten some information about the mass migration, Nath told columnists, “What are you thinking? Congress will be done? You are saying certain individuals need to join the BJP. Whoever needs to join the BJP can go. We would rather not stop anybody.”
“I’m not one who has confidence in buttering anybody. Those (Congress pioneers) see their better future and their contemplations gel with the BJP, they can go. I can’t stop them. I would try and loan them my vehicle to proceed to join the BJP,” he added.
There is a considerable rundown of Congress pioneers, including from Madhya Pradesh, who have changed to the BJP in the final remaining one and a half years. In a new mishap to the Congress in the express, Nath’s nearby helper Arunoday Choubey, a previous MLA from Madhya Pradesh, likewise left the party a couple of days back.
Before him, previous Rajya Sabha MP Ghulam Nabi Azad quit the fantastic old party, following which many party pioneers and laborers from Kashmir additionally offered their acquiescence. A long time back, senior BJP pioneer and Madhya Pradesh Home Pastor attacking Nath scrutinized the last’s initiative expressing that more than 50 Congress MLAs have turned rebels since Nath assumed responsibility for the MP Congress.