Former Congress chief Jitin Prasada – the BJP’s latest high-profile recruit – has dominated out making any take care of Home Minister Amit Shah or get together chief JP Nadda previous to his becoming a member of the ruling outfit.
Mr Prasada, 47, informed NDTV that he give up the Congress – his get together of 20 years – as a result of “it was getting difficult (to work)” and since he felt he may “serve people by moving to the BJP”.
“I did not do any take care of Nadda or Shahji… I’ll do regardless of the get together offers me. It shouldn’t be about Rahul or any specific chief… I by no means mentioned the Congress did nothing (for me). I obtained a possibility to function a cupboard minister,” Mr Prasada informed NDTV Thursday.
“I served Congress for 3 generations… however slowly it was getting tough (to work). I assumed the individuals are with Narendra Modi (and) I can serve the general public by transferring to the BJP. I can do extra work by staying with Yogiji (UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath).
Jitin Prasada, a former Union Minister who was as soon as near Rahul Gandhi, additionally took a swipe at his former get together, calling the BJP “an institutionally-organised get together”.
“The remainder of the events revolve round a specific particular person,” he said, in a not-so-subtle reference to the leadership crisis that has plagued the Congress since he and 22 other leaders of the opposition party wrote to Sonia Gandhi calling for sweeping reforms, collective decision-making and “full-time, seen management”.
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