November 29, 2021

Gujarat In Major U Turn Bjp Mp Of Vasava Says He Will Withdraw Resignation Following Talks With Senior Leaders – U-Turn of BJP MP Mansukh Vasava: Resignation given a day ago, now said – I will back


Mansukh Vasava (File Photo)
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A day after resigning from the BJP, Lok Sabha member from Gujarat and former Union Minister Mansukh Vasava said on Wednesday that he had abandoned the idea of ​​leaving the party after talks with his senior leaders. Resigning from BJP membership on Tuesday, he had said that he would also resign as a member of the Lok Sabha after the budget session of Parliament.

Vasava, a six-time MP from Bharuch, a tribal-dominated constituency in Gujarat, said on Tuesday that he is resigning from the BJP merely because of health problems and he has no problem with the government or the party.

Talking to reporters after meeting Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani in Gandhinagar on Wednesday morning, he said, ‘Senior party leaders told me that I will be able to get free treatment for my back and neck pain only when I remain an MP. ‘ If I resign as an MP it will not be possible. Party leaders asked me to rest and assured that the local party workers would work on my behalf.

Also read- BJP got a shock, MP from Bharuch seat Mansukh Vasava resigned from the party

Vasava said, ‘The only reason for my resignation as a party and MP is that I have health problems. I also discussed this with the Chief Minister today. Now after getting assurances from senior BJP leaders, I have decided to withdraw my resignation. I will continue to serve my people as an MP.

The tribal leader claimed that there is a misconception that he is upset with the government or the ruling BJP on some issues related to the tribals in Narmada district, especially about the inclusion of 121 villages in the eco-sensitive zone. He said, “The state and central governments are putting all their efforts in resolving issues related to eco-sensitive zones.”

Explain that Vasava had written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi last week, demanding that the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change be withdrawn notification declaring 121 villages of Narmada district as eco-sensitive zones.

A day after resigning from the BJP, Lok Sabha member from Gujarat and former Union Minister Mansukh Vasava said on Wednesday that he had abandoned the idea of ​​leaving the party after talks with his senior leaders. Resigning from BJP membership on Tuesday, he had said that he would also resign as a member of the Lok Sabha after the budget session of Parliament.

Vasava, a six-time MP from Bharuch, a tribal-dominated constituency in Gujarat, said on Tuesday that he is resigning from the BJP merely because of health problems and he has no problem with the government or the party.

Talking to reporters after meeting Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani in Gandhinagar on Wednesday morning, he said, ‘Senior party leaders told me that I will be able to get free treatment for my back and neck pain only when I remain an MP. ‘ If I resign as an MP it will not be possible. Party leaders asked me to rest and assured that the local party workers would work on my behalf.

Also read- BJP got a shock, MP from Bharuch seat Mansukh Vasava resigned from the party

Vasava said, ‘The only reason for my resignation as a party and MP is that I have health problems. I also discussed this with the Chief Minister today. Now after getting assurances from senior BJP leaders, I have decided to withdraw my resignation. I will continue to serve my people as an MP.

The tribal leader claimed that there is a misconception that he is upset with the government or the ruling BJP on some issues related to the tribals in Narmada district, especially about the inclusion of 121 villages in the eco-sensitive zone. He said, “The state and central governments are putting all their efforts in resolving issues related to eco-sensitive zones.”

Explain that Vasava had written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi last week, demanding that the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change be withdrawn notification declaring 121 villages of Narmada district as eco-sensitive zones.


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