Sensing Imminent Defeat in MP Polls, Several Leaders of BJP Want to Join Cong, Says Digvijaya Singh


GWALIOR — Speaking to reporters here, Congress leader and Rajya Sabha member Digvijaya Singh on Monday claimed several leaders of the ruling BJP are keen to join the Grand Old Party as they have sensed “imminent defeat” in the upcoming Madhya Pradesh assembly elections.

“People have made up their mind to dislodge the BJP from power in Madhya Pradesh. Sensing that they will face defeat in the polls, many big leaders of the ruling party are trying to join Congress again,” Singh claimed, reports PTI.

Singh questioned if Prime Minister Narendra Modi believes that he can “wash away the sins” of the BJP government which has been in power in MP for the last 18 years and its ministers.

The Congress leader was in Gwalior in connection with a defamation case pending in the court.

Singh claimed his statements were misrepresented and cases were lodged at several places, but he has never been convicted so far. (With agency inputs)

Share post:


More like this

Microsoft Experiences Outage Worldwide, Netizens React

NEW DELHI – US tech giant Microsoft on Friday...

SC Rejects Interim Bail Pleas of Bilkis Bano Case Convicts

Bhagwandas and Babualal had sought temporary release till the...

Israel Kills 500 Health Workers, Including Doctors with Rare Specialisations

GAZA - Israeli occupation forces have killed over 500...