After Ticket from North West Delhi Denied Udit Raj Joins Congress, Says Will Snatch 10-15 Seats From BJP

Subsequent to being denied a ticket from BJP, miffed pioneer Udit Raj joined the Congress party on Wednesday within the sight of gathering boss Rahul Gandhi.

The BJP on Tuesday picked vocalist Hans Raj Hans as its possibility for North West Delhi, scorning Udit Raj who hosted took steps to leave the gathering whenever dropped.

The official Twitter handle of Congress Wednesday morning posted an image of Raj with Gandhi, authoritatively respecting the pioneer to the gathering fold. Before long, Raj evacuated the ‘Chowkidar’ prefixed to his Twitter name.

Raj said that he feels alleviated in the wake of joining the terrific old gathering. “I was a standout amongst the best performing MPs for BJP, I was a prevalent figure. Be that as it may, I was blamed for impacting Dalits,” he stated, as he proceeded to blame the saffron party for not regarding Dalits. “I will grab somewhere around 10-15 seats from BJP now,” he included, “BJP is an enemy of Dalit bunch which utilizes inward overviews to pick its hopeful.”

“Had I not raised my voice for Dalits, I would’ve been made the Prime Minister,” Raj claimed.

Hours before Hans was reported as the BJP hopeful, Udit Raj had in a tweet taken steps to offer “farewell to the gathering” if not given the ticket once more.

He hosted combined his Indian Justice Gathering with the BJP in February 2014 and later won the race from North West Delhi. The BJP won each of the seven seats in Delhi in the 2014 race.

Not long after Hans’ candidature was reported, Raj revealed to News18 that, looking back, he laments his choice of converging with the saffron party. Inquired as to whether he will stop the gathering, Raj stated, “I am not stopping the gathering, yet the gathering has stopped me. I am being compelled to leave the gathering.”

The disappointed pioneer included that he had been counseled by a few political pioneers in the past about the outcomes of being related with the BJP. “Four months back, Kejriwal had cautioned me saying I won’t get the ticket. On two events, Rahul Gandhi said to me, recommending as it were, that I am a correct individual in a wrong gathering,” he said.

Raj, nonetheless, around then did not affirm on the off chance that he is in converses with the Congress.

“I talked for the persecuted, that is the reason I have been denied the ticket. I am the fiercest voice on Dalits – I am neither hard of hearing nor moronic. I could either fear the repercussions of representing the mistreated or be a piece of the mission,” he included.

The BJP MP has been a vocal supporter of Dalit rights and had regularly taken perspectives in spite of the partisan division, including on Sabarimala and ‘Bharat Bandh’ called by Dalit associations a year ago.

Not long ago, he was at the focal point of discussion in the wake of being gotten in a sting done on a few MPs, which purportedly demonstrated administrators tolerating utilization of dark cash for challenging surveys.

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