Nitin Gadkari Said That He Will Not Join Congress Till His Death, Joining Congress is Like Jumping into a Well

According to Union Minister Nitin Gadkari, he was willing to jump into a well rather than join the Congress party when his friend asked him to do so. Nitin Gadkari, a prominent member of the BJP and the Union Minister for Roads and Highways, attended a conference on entrepreneurship in Nagpur, Maharashtra. He was questioned about the Congress party during his speech at the occasion. “When I was young, I was the leader of the student organization of the party,” he recalled at the time. My acquaintance at the time, who was a member of the Congress party, advised me to switch parties. I am a wonderful person, but I am in the wrong party, he declared.

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What Nitin Gadkari Said On All This Statement?

His comments come days after he and Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan were expelled from the BJP Parliamentary Board, a key decision-making body in the saffron camp. Devendra Fadnavis, along with a few other leaders, was appointed to the central election committee of the BJP by the deputy chief minister of Maharashtra.

Gadkari referenced a passage from Richard Nixon’s biography during his speech on Saturday. “A man is done when he gives up, not when he is vanquished.”

The BJP vice-president for Maharashtra, Madhav Bhandari, disagreed, claiming there was no justification to connect Gadkari’s comments to the party’s parliamentary board decision.

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