Congress does not tolerate strong CM, Captain Amarinder said – Next number is Gehlot’s…
New Delhi | Captain Amrinder CM Gehlot : Former Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has given a big statement. Captain Amarinder Singh is currently waiting for the registration of his new party. He says that he wants PM Modi to campaign for him for his assembly elections. He has said that he himself is ready to campaign for the Bharatiya Janata Party in the elections of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand. In an interview given to a private channel, Captain Amarinder Singh said that strong Chief Ministers are always targeted in the Congress. He further said that after me the next number is going to be of Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot.
don’t like strong CM
Captain Amrinder CM Gehlot : Captain Amarinder Singh said that the Congress high command believes that if the Chief Minister becomes strong, then his hold in the state will be weakened. This is the reason that the Congress itself weakens its own party in the states by making such changes from time to time. Its purpose is clear that the Chief Minister should not become so famous and strong that he becomes bigger than the party. From the situation prevailing in Rajasthan in the past, it seems that the next number after me is that of Ashok Gehlot.
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Appreciation of PM Modi
Captain Amrinder CM Gehlot : The Captain said that PM Modi was highly appreciated for withdrawing the Agriculture Act. He said that if the forgetful of the morning returns home in the evening, then it is not called forgotten. Captain Amarinder Singh said that the Bharatiya Janata Party failed to reach out to the farmers and could not explain its point. Reiterating his old statement, Captain Amarinder Singh said that I had already said that the agriculture law is not right, it should not be brought now.
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