VIDEO: Workers clash with supervisor in Rajasthan, heated debate – India TV Hindi

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Alleged neglect of workers

After the assembly elections in Rajasthan, now the Congress is taking out ‘Bharat Jodo Naya Yatra’ under the leadership of Rahul Gandhi regarding the Lok Sabha elections. . In this regard, former minister Bhajan Lal Jatav and MLA Indira Meena reached Chittorgarh to seek the opinion of workers, where on one hand Congress publicly fielded former cabinet minister Uday Lal Anjana as MP candidate from Chittorgarh. Recommended to contest election. Grassroots Congress activist and advocate Umesh Agar had a heated debate with former cabinet minister Bhajanlal Jatav, a video of which went viral on social media, accusing senior leaders of neglecting workers while in power.

Don’t impose, Congress is bad.

Two days ago, an important meeting was organized at the Congress district office in Chittoorgarh, to which Congress office-bearers and responsible workers were invited. The purpose of the meeting was to brainstorm the name of the Congress candidate for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, but as per the pre-arranged schedule, Congress officials and senior leaders suggested the name of former cabinet minister Udayal Anjana, who lost. gone. Assembly elections from Nambahira. Later, during the closed-door discussion, Banson’s Congress worker advocate Umesh Agar scolded Supervisor Bhajanlal, which was filmed by someone and went viral on social media. In the video, Amish, a Congress worker, said that the workers were neglected while in power and even now the condition of the Congress is very bad. In such a case, no candidate should be imposed in the Lok Sabha by merely preparing masala. He said that the people sitting in the organization have expectations from the workers. Later supervisor Bhajanlal explained to the worker after explaining.

Congress has lost all major seats in the parliamentary constituency.

Apart from the five seats of Chittorgarh district, Chittorgarh parliamentary constituency includes Pratapgarh headquarters seat, Vallabhnagar and Maoli assembly seat. Congress has lost all the five seats of Chittorgarh district in the assembly elections. BJP’s Dr. Suresh Dhakkar defeated Congress’s Rajinder Singh Bidhuri by a record 50,000 votes in the district’s Bingo assembly seat, while the Congress faced an embarrassing defeat for the third time in a row despite a three-way fight in the Chittorgarh district headquarters assembly seat. Had to. to do so. Chandrabhan Singh Ankia, who contested as an independent on the district headquarters seat, defeated Congress’s Surinder Singh Jadawat for the third time in a row. At the same time, Uday Lal Anjana, who is being unanimously said to be the Congress MP candidate, has also been defeated by senior BJP leader Shri Chand Kirpalani in the assembly elections. At the same time, in a big fight, Gautam Bath defeated Badrilal Jat of Congress. In nearby Pratapgarh, BJP’s Hemant Meena defeated BJP’s Udayalal Dangi in Vallabhnagar and Congress’ Preeti Shakwat lost the election. Only Congress’s Pushkar Dangi has managed to win the three-cornered fight in Maoli region. In such a situation, if we look at the results of the assembly elections, the BJP is seen in a stronger position than the Congress, and on the other hand, the internal quarrels among the Congress workers are indicating the disintegration of the Congress.

Anjana was unanimously declared the Lok Sabha candidate.

A press release issued by District Congress Committee spokesperson Harshvardhan Singh said that in a necessary meeting held for the Lok Sabha elections, Maoli MLA Pushkar Lal Dangi proposed the name of Uday Lal Anjana as a Lok Sabha candidate. Which was accepted. Congress district president Bhirulal Chaudhary and former state minister Surinder Singh Jadawat did. Apart from this, Hanumat Singh Bohera, Raj Singh Jhala, Rajdeep Singh Ranaut, Om Prakash Soni and Ambalal Sharma have also applied.

– Report by Subhash Biragi

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