CM Gehlot asked Dhankhar, what magic did you do on Mamta didi that she…, CM Gehlot asked Dhankhar, what magic did you do on Mamta didi

Jagdeep Dhankar: Jagdeep Dhankhar's journey from village of Rajasthan to vice president house - Navbharat Times

New Delhi. In the political circles, the statements made by the leaders in the context of a particular context remain in the headlines. Now in this episode, the kind of remark made by Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot regarding the relationship between Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is in the news. In fact, CM Ashok Gehlot told Dhankhar that, after all, what magic did you cast on Mamta didi that she decided not to vote in the Vice Presidential election.

The CM said that as the Governor of West Bengal, the relationship between Jagdeep Dhankhar and Mamta Banerjee remained very tense. Despite this, Mamta Banerjee had decided not to vote in favor of the Vice Presidential candidate Margaret Alva on behalf of the opposition. Along with this, he mentioned his past political developments. Since I became the President of NSUI for the first time in 1973, I have had relations with the Dhankhar family. The Chief Minister further said that I was the first to congratulate by tweeting on becoming the Vice President. He further said that in the meantime CP Joshi gave me an opportunity to come here twice.

This is an emotional moment for me. Parliamentary democracy is a big challenge today. Very difficult times have come. There is a brutal attack on democratic values. The working style of public representatives should be friendly to the people. We are in an era where there is no secret. Let us tell you that before taking over as the Vice President, Dhankhar was the Governor of West Bengal. But, during his tenure as governor, his relations with Mamta Banerjee were always bitter, but in the midst of this bitterness, it was seen that the Modi government at the center always supported Mamta.

New Delhi. In the political circles, the statements made by the leaders in the context of a particular context remain in the headlines. Now in this episode, the kind of remark made by Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot regarding the relationship between Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is in the news. In fact, CM Ashok Gehlot told Dhankhar that, after all, what magic did you cast on Mamta didi that she decided not to vote in the Vice Presidential election.

The CM said that as the Governor of West Bengal, the relationship between Jagdeep Dhankhar and Mamta Banerjee remained very tense. Despite this, Mamta Banerjee had decided not to vote in favor of the Vice Presidential candidate Margaret Alva on behalf of the opposition. Along with this, he mentioned his past political developments. Since I became the President of NSUI for the first time in 1973, I have had relations with the Dhankhar family. The Chief Minister further said that I was the first to congratulate by tweeting on becoming the Vice President. He further said that in the meantime CP Joshi gave me an opportunity to come here twice.

This is an emotional moment for me. Parliamentary democracy is a big challenge today. Very difficult times have come. There is a brutal attack on democratic values. The working style of public representatives should be friendly to the people. We are in an era where there is no secret. Let us tell you that before taking over as the Vice President, Dhankhar was the Governor of West Bengal. But, during his tenure as governor, his relations with Mamta Banerjee were always bitter, but in the midst of this bitterness, it was seen that the Modi government at the center always supported Mamta.

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