In Rajasthan, BJP leader Udaylal Dangi gave a controversial statement about late MLA Gajendra Singh Shaktawat amidst stirring up by-elections. After the video went viral on social media, he apologized.
- Last Updated:February 21, 2021, 10:06 AM IST
In a program, Uday Lal Dangi said in front of the workers that ‘Gajendra Singh Shaktawat has died due to free fox drinking.’ Dangi even said that sympathy would not be found in the upcoming election for the death of the legislator, because why would people keep a good eye from the person who died after drinking alcohol. After this statement of Uday Lal Dangi, there was a lot of controversy on social media and then Uday Lal Dangi has also apologized for his statement.
Gajendra Singh’s wife and brother in election race In the Congress too, Preeti Shaktawat, wife of late MLA Gajendra Singh Shaktawat and brother Devendra Singh Shaktawat is in the race for the ticket. Meanwhile, Priti Shaktawat, wife of late MLA Gajendra Singh Shaktawat, thanked the Chief Minister for the gifts given by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot to the Vallabhnagar Assembly. Through a press conference, Preeti Shaktawat said that if the party gives her a ticket, then she will definitely contest elections and is not given, she will stand with the Congress in the elections.
Former MLA Randhir Singh Bhinder beat
On the other hand, Janata Sena of former MLA Randhir Singh Bhinder has hit the electoral fray. Randhir Singh Bhinder put a press conference to a halt on discussions of Janata Sena merging with BJP and not contesting elections. Randhir Singh Bhinder said that the Janata Sena will contest the elections with full force and the decision of the candidate will be taken after looking into the candidates of Congress and BJP.
Randhir Singh Bhinder said that efforts are being made to frustrate our workers by spreading rumors of merger of Janata Sena with BJP, but BJP and Congress will not get success in it. Randhir Singh Bhinder targeted Gulabchand Kataria without naming him and said that the BJP is in the grip of only one person in Mewar, hence their ideology does not match here.