“People want Kamal Nath to join the BJP because,” a key clue is dropped by a loyalist.

There are rumors that Kamal Nath, the leader of the Congress, may join the BJP.

Delhi, New: Amidst reports about his alleged plans to join the BJP, Kamal Nath, the Congress leader and former chief minister of Madhya Pradesh, has a close supporter in Deepak Saxena, who has hinted at the politician’s discontentment with the party’s leadership.

“Since the 2023 Assembly elections, Kamal Nath has received little attention. Nobody would have predicted Bhupesh Baghel’s defeat. In states that we didn’t anticipate losing, including Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, and Rajasthan, we were defeated. But why is Saxena the only one holding Kamal Nath accountable for it?

“Kamal Nath is the only one receiving the blame.The people want development work done in Chhindwara, and they want Kamal Nath to join the BJP. A committee of eleven top Congressmen discussed the manner in which he (Kamal Nath) was dismissed from his position and came to the conclusion that, in light of such negligence, it would be preferable to approach the BJP and get the job done. I’ll be going too,” Saxena said to ANI.

Notably, the Congress lost the 2023 legislative elections in Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, and Rajasthan.

Meanwhile, senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh has responded sharply to speculations of Nath’s impending departure. He thinks Nath won’t quit the Congress.

“Kamal Nath and I are in constant communication; he and the Congress leadership are holding talks.” Singh was cited by news agency ANI as stating, “A person like him, who started with Congress, whom we all considered to be the third son of Indira Gandhi, has always supported Congress and has been a pillar of the Congress party.”

“He served as the chief minister, state Congress committee head, and cabinet minister at the Center. He received every post. Singh said, “I don’t think he’ll leave the party.”

Several well-known congressmen, including Baba Siddiqui, Ashok Chavan, and Milind Deora, have recently left the party. Siddiqui allied himself with the NCP, Chavan moved to the BJP, and Deora joined the Shiv Sena.

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