December 19, 2016 11:56:24 pm
Disgruntled BJP leader Ghanshyam Tiwari on Monday said he will present feedback of his 1 lakh km yatra in different parts of the state before the state Assembly in its next session. Tiwari, who formed Deen Dayal Vahini a year before after his alleged differences with Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje, was addressing his supporters on the first anniversary of his organisation.
I met people across the state and I will present the dossier in the next session of the Assembly and thereafter will decide the future course of Deen Dayal Vahini, Tiwari, who also celebrated his birthday on Monday, said. On the occasion, he was elevated to the post of state president of the organisation from patron. Meanwhile, Tribal leader and NPP MLA Kirodilal Meena said he will support Tiwari as their leader in the state.
Kirodilal Meena also rubbished allegations of rape against him saying the government should get “my narco test done”. To remain in power, people have stooped to the lowest level in politics, he said. Speaking on the reservation issue to SBCs, Meena said, “Quota was struck down as the state government did not fulfil its promise to get the provision protected under Schedule IX of the Constitution.”
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