Previous Punjab Congress boss Sunil Jakhar, who declared his shock renunciation from the party last week, is currently an individual from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), going along with it on Thursday, five days after he left the fabulous old party.
Tending to the media in the wake of being enlisted by BJP public president JP Nadda at the central command of his new party in New Delhi, Jakhar commented it was difficult for him to leave his now-previous party of 50 years, which, he said, three ages of his family served.
The previous Lok Sabha MP further said his choice to pass on was not because of private matters, but rather over issues, for example, ‘patriotism’, ‘fraternity’ and ‘solidarity’ in Punjab.
The 68-year-old pioneer, who left the place of Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee (PPCC) president in July last year to clear a path for Navjot Singh Sidhu, was likewise profuse in his acclaim for top state leader Narendra Modi over a large group of issues.
In March this year, the Congress was pushed out of force in Punjab by the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). Presently, the Sonia Gandhi-headed outfit is in power all alone in just two states: Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan.
On Wednesday, Hardik Patel, who was the Congress’ functioning president in Gujarat, as well, offered his renunciation from all posts, only months in front of gathering races in the state. In a public interview a day after the fact, Patel said in a press instructions he had not yet taken any choice to go, when addressed if he could escape to the decision BJP.