Why PM Narendra Modi starts flaming fire on his own MPs ? In the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha session of Parliament, absentees of the BJP, MPs had already warned the national president Amit Shah.
Why PM Narendra Modi starts flaming fire on his own MPs
But this time PM Narendra Modi has taken the class of his absent MPs. On Thursday, the PM took a class of his MPs in a meeting of the BJP Parliamentary Party.
You are nothing and I am nothing. That’s BJP, which is a party. Why do the three-line whip have to be released repeatedly. Why you should be asked repeatedly for the presence of people. Whatever I have to do, I will see in 2019. PM said that one MP should be present in the House.
PM tells Khalwa Laddu
Significantly, in this meeting, all BJP MPs including Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with National President and Rajya Sabha MP Amit Shah took part in the meeting. On this occasion, the PM welcomed his most powerful soldier and recently Amit Shah, elected from the Rajya Sabha, by ladoos.
Amit Shah gave information to the MPs
Party President and MP Amit Shah gave detailed information about his party MPs about the Rajya Sabha elections in Gujarat. At the same time, Shah also gave a signal to the court about Ahmed Patel’s issue of elections. They said that we do not know who will go to court tomorrow. Let me tell you that even earlier, Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani had said that he is not happy with the decision of the election and can go to court.
Rajya Sabha election for quite a while
It is known that recently three seats of the Rajya Sabha elections were held in Gujarat. Amit Shah from one seat, and Union Minister Smriti Irani won from the second seat. In spite of BJP’s lakh attempts, Congress candidate Ahmed Patel won from the third seat. Election results declared after mutual bets.
The BJP had fielded its candidates from all three seats. Amit Shah wanted to give a big blow to the Congress by occupying the three seats. But by defeating a BJP candidate, Ahmed Patel, close political advisor to Congress President Sonia Gandhi, has made his place in the Rajya Sabha.