Lok Sabha Elections: Now Congress Got A Big Blow In Nagaur, 1300 Workers Left The Party, Hanuman Beniwal's Worries Increased!


In a significant blow to the Congress party ahead of the Lok Sabha elections in Rajasthan, approximately 1300 workers have departed from the party in Nagaur district. This departure marks yet another setback for Congress in the state, as the trend of leaders leaving the party shows no signs of abating. The mass exodus occurred on Friday, further weakening the party's position in the region.

According to reports, the departure of many Congress workers followed the expulsion of certain leaders from the party. Tejpal Mirdha, the expelled leader and President of Kuchera Municipality in Nagaur district, expressed his sentiments on the matter. He stated that despite their loyalty to Congress, they were expelled from the party, leading them to consider casting their votes for NOTA (None Of The Above) in the upcoming elections, which would deal a significant blow to Congress.

Mirdha also emphasized that even if the expelled leaders were reinstated into the Congress party, they would not collaborate with the alliance, particularly with Hanuman Beniwal, the chief of the Rashtriya Loktantrik Party (RLP). Hanuman Beniwal is contesting the Lok Sabha elections from Nagaur, and Congress has extended its support to his party in the region.

This move by Congress leaders has heightened concerns for Hanuman Beniwal and his party. The support of Congress in Nagaur could have significant implications for the electoral outcome in the region.

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