Churu MP Rahul Kaswan left BJP, joined Congress: Voice not being heard

Sitting Churu MP Rahul Kaswan on Monday resigned from the BJP and joined the Congress in the presence of party chief Mallikarjun Kharge in Delhi. After joining, Kaswan, who was denied a ticket by the BJP to contest the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, said he felt his “voice was not being heard” in the saffron party.

Sources said the Central Election Committee of the Congress has approved Kaswan’s name as the candidate from Churu. He is the second BJP MP in as many days to join the Congress, following the footsteps of BJP MP from Hisar, Haryana, Brijendra Singh, who joined the party on Saturday.

Welcoming Kaswan to the Congress, Kharge said the party needs people who have fought against power. “I heartily welcome Rahul Kaswan Yes On joining Congress. I am glad that Rahul Kaswan Yes“Those who fought against feudal people and supported the farmers’ cause have joined the Congress,” Kharge said.

“If people with such ideologies keep joining Congress, BJP will definitely be destroyed. BJP has always been scaring people, but we need people like Rahul Kaswan.” Yes,” He added.

The Congress chief also referred to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speeches in different languages ​​across the country and said he wants to ‘master’ everything, but his habit of scaring people continues.