Randeep Surjewala Said, Kamal Nath Is Not Joining BJP Party

Between spate of betrayal and switchovers, the rumours of Senior Leader Kamal Nath is planning to join BJP party is been rubbished by Congress party. To hit the moral of the party, BJP party is running a campaign alleged by the Congress party.

The Congress party spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala said that, "The BJP party is running a malicious ugly whisper campaign to malign Congress party's senior-most leaders. Kamal Nath is not only one of the most experienced leaders of the party but has been the architect of the strategy and narrative of the Congress party through challenging times."

Spokesperson further added that, Mr Nath has stayed with the Congress party through thick and thin "be it from 1977 to 1980 (the period after Prime Minister Indira Gandhi declared Emergency) or between 1989 and 2004 (when the party wasn't in power), and then as part of the government.

Many leaders of the Congress party are walking out of the party or speaking against the leadership. A day after Barkha Shukla Singh was expelled from the Congress party for six years, she will now be joining BJP party today.

Former Delhi Congress Chief Arvinder Singh Lovely last week left the Congress party and joined hand with BJP party, he declared that Congress Party had ‘died’ under the leadership of present. Not only Arvinder Singh Lovely but the Delhi Youth Congress Leader Amit Malik also joined BJP party.

Last month, Congress veteran SM Krishna quit the party and joined BJP. SM Krishna quit congress in January after serving for 46 years.

There were rumours that Congress MP and Former Union Minister Shashi Tharoor too was joining BJP party. But Shashi Tharoor denied the rumours in a facebook post in which he said, "Rumours of my joining BJP have been floated periodically with no basis whatsoever. I deny them categorically and without qualification."

Mr. Surjewala said on the leaders who are quitting the Congress party, he stated, "The mettle of a leader is tested not when the party is in power but during challenging times. Those who have left the party can find the best place for themselves in the BJP as that party is prone to attracting defectors bereft of any ideology, direction or commitment to their own party."

The three Municipal Corporation votes for Delhi is tomorrow, and the newest resignation could prove expensive for the Congress party. Sheila Dixit led Government ruled the national capital from last 15 years before Aap Aadmy Party Arvind Kejriwal came in Power.

The party is bullish about winning the civic elections and added that "instead of spreading such canards (that partymen are leaving Congress party), the BJP party should answer to the people of Delhi about corruption in the three MCDs over last 10 years," said by Mr. Surjewala.

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