Former BJP Minister in MP all set to join Congress on May 6

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BJP’s efforts to pacify him fail; many more may leave the party

Bhopal: The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Madhya Pradesh is heading for a major problem.

Many of its senior leaders may defect to Congress before the assembly election since they are feeling neglected in the party.

Former Deepak Joshi, about whom there were speculations that he would quit the BJP, has decided to join the Congress on May 6.

Joshi who also vacated the government house discussed the issue with the party’s former Rajya Sabha Raghunandan Sharma.

Sharma tried to pacify Joshi, but he clearly said he had resolved to join the Congress.

By not constructing a memorial in the name of his father, the BJP has not done the right thing.

When Sharma advised Joshi to hold talks with state party president VD Sharma, he declined.

According to sources, Joshi has met former chief minister Kamal Nath and is ready to take Congress membership.

Joshi said he would join the Congress on May 6. According to sources, Congress has assured Joshi of giving him a ticket either from Khategaon or from Hatpipliya.

Keeping in mind the chain of events, the BJP is trying to pacify the angry leaders.

For this reason, the party has given the command to national co-organizational general secretary Shivprakash, regional organizational general secretary Ajay Jamwal and state in-charge Muralidhar Rao to pacify the disgruntled leaders

According to sources, these leaders will meet the discontent elements in the party.

Nonetheless, since they are especially angry with the administration and the party organization, they are not ready to discuss their problems with the state leaders.

The discontent leaders want assurances that the state leaders should come from the central leaders. This is the reason that these three leaders are doing damage-control exercises.

Besides Joshi, former legislators Bhanwar Singh Shekhawat and senior leader Satyanarayan Sattan have opened a front against the party.

Former ministers Anoop Mishra, Gyan Singh, Kusum Mehdele, and other leaders are also feeling neglected.

Such leaders will hold a meeting with the leaders who are working on a strategy to quell the flames of anger among the party leaders. After the meeting, a solution will be found.

Because of being neglected, many BJP leaders are in touch with the Congress. Efforts will be made to retain them.

The BJP is worried about former MP Makan Singh Solanki’s defection to the Congress.

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