Babulal Chaurasia joined Congress in presence of former CM Kamal Nath
Congress vs Congress: Councilor from ward number 44 in Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh (Madhya Pradesh) and Leader of Hindu Mahasabha Babulal Chaurasia (Babulal Chaurasia) has joined the Congress. Babulal is a councilor from the ward where the Nathuram Godse temple was built. He was welcomed into the party in the presence of former Chief Minister Kamal Nath, for which the BJP is already raising questions, Congress leaders are also raising questions. After joining Congress on Wednesday, Chaurasia’s statement came in which he described himself as a born Congressman. On the question of Godse’s temple and worship, Chaurasia said that Hindu Mahasabha had worshiped Godse keeping him in the dark. For the last 2-3 years, he was walking away from such a program. The ideology of Hindu Mahasabha could not be contained in his mind. He said, ‘I contested on Congress ticket and won. When the ticket was cut in the election and the Hindu Mahasabha chief asked him to contest the election from his party, he filed his nomination but now I am reunited with my family. However, before this decision, many party leaders including Madhya Pradesh Congress President Arun Yadav do not agree. Arun Yadav wrote on Twitter in this matter – Bapu we are ashamed.
Meanwhile, Gwalior MLA Pravin Pathak, who took the initiative in getting Babulal Chaurasia to join the party, said, ‘Chaurasia was in the Congress at first but later contested from the Hindu Mahasabha and was elected as a councilor. The leader of our party (Rahul Gandhi) forgave the killers of his father, he (Gandhi) is so big-hearted, it is because of his values that the person worshiping Godse started worshiping Gandhiji.
The BJP did not hesitate to take a pinch on this entire development. BJP leaders are also asking the Congress, how did Godse’s priest join the Congress? Home Minister Narottam Mishra said, ‘Godse’s worshiper is now riding the Congress, this makes the double character of the Congress understandable’. At the same time, Medical Education Minister Vishwas Sarang said that there is a difference between the words and actions of the Congress. The Congress can do anything to take political advantage.