The councilors of Gwalior in Rewari: 37 Municipal Corporation Councilors staying in Hans Resort; BJP president said- come to erase fatigue
- 10:51 AM August 4, 2022
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Before the Chairman elections in Gwalior Municipal Corporation of Madhya Pradesh, BJP has entered the Hans Resort in Rewari district of Haryana. 37 councilors have been held here along with Gwalior BJP District President. All of them have returned to meet Union Ministers Jyotiraditya Scindia and Narendra Tomar in Delhi.
Let us know that some time ago the Gwalior Municipal Corporation elections were concluded. Both BJP and Congress parties have put their full emphasis on the chair of the corporation chairman. The Chairman is to be elected on 5 August. Both parties have been enchanted by their councilors.
Under this process, the Bharatiya Janata Party has given its 37 councilors with BJP district president Kamal Makhjani at Hans Resort on Delhi-Jaipur Highway in Rewari Has stayed. All these will leave for Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh in the bus simultaneously on Thursday evening.
BJP district president Kamal Makhjani said that he has 37 councilors with an absolute majority. He will be the Chairman in Gwalior. The Congress has kidnapped its councilors in a way. Congress leaders even snatched away their phones. When he stayed at Rewari's resort, he said that he is staying here to relieve fatigue.
In fact, 34 BJP -backed 34 councilors left Gwalior on 2 August for Delhi. In Delhi, he had a meeting with both Union Ministers Narendra Tomar and Jyotiraditya Scindia. He was later held at the Hans Resort in Rewari on the highway, about 78 km from Delhi.
According to sources, they all rode here in 2 bus and will leave for Gwalior by late evening on Thursday evening. . BJP district president Kamal Makhjani said that a total of 37 councilors are staying with him. The majority is in their rights, so they have no concern.Read more: Student found insensitive outside MP's bungalow: Doctor sent poison when sent to hospital, police engaged in investigation
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10:51 AM August 4, 2022