A day after joining BJP, Scindia meets Amit Shah and Rajnath

A day after joining the BJP, Jyotiraditya Scindia on Thursday met Home Minister Amit Shah, who expressed confidence that his induction will further strengthen the saffron party’s resolve to serve the people of Madhya Pradesh.

A day after joining BJP, Scindia meets Amit Shah and Rajnath

New Delhi: A day after joining the BJP, Jyotiraditya Scindia on Thursday met Home Minister Amit Shah, who expressed confidence that his induction will further strengthen the saffron party’s resolve to serve the people of Madhya Pradesh.

Scindia also paid a “courtesy” visit to senior BJP leader and Defence Minister Rajnath Singh at his residence here in the morning.

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After meeting Scindia, Shah said in a tweet, “I am sure his induction into the party will further strengthen BJP’s resolve to serve the people of Madhya Pradesh.”

A day after quitting the Congress, Scindia joined the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Wednesday in the presence of its president JP Nadda and slammed his former party for “denying reality” and “not acknowledging” new thoughts and new leadership.

Scindia has been named as the BJP’s Rajya Sabha candidate from Madhya Pradesh.

After giving his resignation to Congress President Sonia Gandhi, he said that he was trying to talk to Rahul Gandhi for long but he did not respond. In his resignation  He wrote “To reflect and realise the aspirations of my people and my workers I believe it is best that I now look ahead at a fresh start,” he said said in his letter to Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi.

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