Madhya Pradesh: BJP leader Ram Dayal Prabhakar resigns, Narendra Tomar supporter Jaisingh Kushwaha meets Kamal Nath

Party-hopping season has begun before the by-elections in MP. A former legislator from Sewda in Datia district, Ram Dayal Prabhakar, resigned from the BJP on Thursday.

In the resignation letter sent to party’s state president VD Sharma, Prabhakar said he was ignored in the party. Prabhakar had submitted resignation to the then state president of the party ten years ago.

Likewise, BJP leader from Gwalior, Jaisingh Kushwaha, considered close to Union minister Narendra Singh Tomar, met former chief minister Kamal Nath on Thursday.

Kushwaha is reportedly angry after Jyotiraditya Scindia’s crossover to the BJP. Nevertheless, Kushwaha said he would not immediately join the Congress.

He has already met Nath but it has nothing to do with his joining the Congress. He refused to comment on Congress’s proposal to the media.

Kushwaha said he also held talks with Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and BJP’s state president VD Sharma.

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