The BJP has suffered a major setback in Gujarat. Bharuch MP Mansukh Bhai Vasava has resigned from BJP. Not only this, Vasava has said that he will resign from the primary membership of the party soon.
According to the information received, MP Mansukh Vasava has written to the party on Monday informing about this decision. Let us tell you that Mansukh Vasava is a strong leader and has become a member of the Lok Sabha 6 times. The loss of Vasava to the BJP could cause major damage. Because Mansukh Vasava is known as a staunch tribal leader and has a significant presence in this category.
Resigned due to this reason
It is being told that Mansukh Vasava was angry with his neglect and neglect in the party for a long time. His views were also being ignored. Especially not even Chief Minister Vijay Rupani. Angered by this neglect, Mansukh Vasava has decided to leave the BJP.
Vasava has written a letter to the state BJP president saying that he will resign from the Lok Sabha in the upcoming budget session.
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Questions were raised on the functioning of the government
Let us tell you that recently Bharuch MP Mansukh Vasava raised questions about the working of the BJP government. Because of these questions, he was in the news.
Minister of State in the last Modi government
Vasava is counted among the tallest leaders of Gujarat. He has become an MP by winning the Lok Sabha elections 6 times. Not only this, he was also a minister of state in the last Modi government.
What he wrote in his letter?
In the letter written by Vasava to the BJP state president, he said – he remained loyal to the party. Followed the principles of party and life very carefully, but as a human being I made a mistake. That is why I am resigning from the party.
He also said that he will resign from the post of MP before the Lok Sabha session starts.
Raised voice on these issues
You should know that Vasava wrote a letter to the PM last week and urged him to withdraw the order of the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEFCC) in the interest of farmers and local people. In the name of the MoEFCC notification, the government officials have started interfering in the private properties of the tribals. The local tribals in Narmada have not been taken into confidence or given an understanding of the issue, which has created fear and mistrust among them.
He said in the letter that the local people are preparing for the protest. Meanwhile, some opposition parties are taking advantage of the lack of interaction between the government and the people. Are provoking them against the government.
BJP may suffer due to Vasava’s leaving the party. Because local body elections are to be held in Gujarat early next year. It is worth mentioning that Vasava won elections for the 12th Lok Sabha for the first time in the by-election from Bharuch parliamentary constituency of Gujarat on 25 November 1998. At one time this area was the stronghold of Ahmed Patel, political advisor to Congress President Sonia Gandhi.