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Congress MLA from Haryana reached Chhattisgarh by special plane

Dinesh Bhardwaj / Trinew
Chandigarh, June 2 Sensing the danger of cross voting in the elections being held for two Rajya Sabha seats in Haryana, the Congress has sent its MLAs for a tour of Chhattisgarh’s capital Raipur. Before leaving for Raipur, a meeting of the MLAs was also held in New Delhi under the chairmanship of Leader of Opposition and former CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda. In-charge of Haryana Affairs Vivek Bansal, Rajya Sabha candidate Ajay Maken, senior Congress leader Rajiv Shukla, State President Chou Udaybhan and Rajya Sabha MP Deepender Singh Hooda were also present in the meeting. In the meeting held here, there was a long discussion with the MLAs regarding the elections. It is said that the grievances were also removed. In fact, there was resentment among some MLAs that Ajay Maken’s conversational attitude was not right. In the meeting, Maken again appealed to all the MLAs to vote. Along with this, the MLAs were also explained about the voting to be held on June 10 for the Rajya Sabha elections.

In fact, earlier, during the elections held about six years ago, the votes of 13 Congress MLAs were canceled due to change of pen. However, this time the Election Commission is also very strict and has not left any scope for changing the pen. One by one the MLAs arrived at Hooda’s kothi. By the end, apart from Hooda, 27 MLAs had reached the meeting. Congress has a total of 31 MLAs. Three MLAs Kuldeep Bishnoi, Kiran Choudhary and Chiranjeev Rao did not attend the meeting.

Kuldeep Bishnoi is angry with the party high command. Since Chau Udaybhan was made the state president, he has not participated in any program of the party so far. They are asking for an appointment with Rahul Gandhi but Rahul has not met him yet. At the same time, Kiran Chaudhary was not going to Raipur due to illness. He has also spoken to Vivek Bansal in this regard. Bansal has also spoken to Rewari MLA Chiranjeev Rao. Rao has gone to Shimla with his family.

After the meeting held at Hooda’s Kothi, a luxury bus was ordered to take the MLAs to the Indira Gandhi International Airport. The MLAs, who had brought clothes for the week, boarded the bus with their bags and reached the airport. Vivek Bansal and Deepender Singh Hooda have also accompanied him. 27 MLAs have gone to Raipur by special plane from the airport. Former CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda will visit Raipur on Saturday. At the same time, it has been said that Chiranjeev Rao will reach Raipur on Sunday.

State President Chau Udaybhan, Executive State President Jitendra Kumar Bhardwaj and Ramkishan Gurjar have also gone to Raipur with the MLAs. Arrangements have been made for their stay at the Mayfair Lake Resort located in Atal Nagar, New Raipur. A total of 37 leaders including Congress MLAs went to Raipur on Thursday. In fact, the danger of cross voting has increased since Kartikeya Sharma, son of former Union Minister Vinod Sharma, came in the fray with the support of JJP.

These MLAs reached Raipur Dr. Raghubir Singh Kadian from Beri, Geeta Bhukkal, MLA from Jhajjar, Balbir Singh Valmiki, MLA from Israna, Shakuntala Khatak from Kalanaur, Jaiveer Singh Valmiki from Kharkhoda, Neeraj Sharma from NIT, Jagbir Singh Malik from Gohana, Subhash Gangauli from Safidon, Mohammad Ilyas from Punhana, Induraj Narwal from Baroda, BL Saini from Radaur, Mewa Singh from Ladwa, Dharam Singh Chokkar from Samalkha, Surendra Panwar from Sonipat, Aftab Ahmed from Nuh, Bharat Bhushan Batra from Rohtak, Maman Khan from Firozpur-Jhirka, Kuldeep Vats from Badli, Bahadurgarh Rajendra Jun from Kalanwali, Sheshpal Singh Keharwala from Kalanwali, Renu Bala from Sadhaura, Shaily Gurjar from Narayangarh, Rao Dan Singh from Mahendragarh, Pradeep Chaudhary from Kalka and Shamsher Singh Gogi, MLA from Assandh have gone to Raipur.

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