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Big mistake of India coalition! Beniwal got angry, saying – not inviting him to the meeting is an insult to him

Nita Yadav

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Hanuman Beniwal. (File Photo)

Hanuman Beniwal of the National Democratic Party (RLPA), who won the Nagaur Lok Sabha seat in alliance with the Congress, has expressed his displeasure over not being invited to the ‘Bharat’ alliance meeting in Delhi. However, he said that he would remain in the coalition and not be part of the NDA that forms the government at the Centre.

Hanuman Beniwal said that he was not included in this meeting on the request of Congress leaders. However, I will raise my voice against BJP and NDA in Parliament. Beniwal said that he will not join the NDA under any circumstances. People have expressed faith in me. Hanuman Beniwal said that on the issue of not being invited to the meeting, Congress National President Mallikarjun Kharge also said that we have made a mistake.

I was not invited to the meeting: Hanuman

Expressing displeasure over not being invited to the ‘Bharat’ coalition meeting in Delhi, Beniwal said the meeting was held twice. I was also not invited to the meeting held on June 1, the day of the last phase of polling. After that, a meeting was called on June 5 after the results and I was not invited to that either.

Every MP is important

He said that when smaller parties from Kerala were invited, southern smaller parties were included in the meeting, then why Hanuman Beniwal was not invited? However, he said that he received a call from Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge and he said that we have made a mistake. Beniwal said that this is a big mistake somewhere. Every MP has an important role in the country.

Will not go with NDA

When asked what would be his stand if the Congress continues to ignore him, Beniwal said that even if he is not called in the next meeting, he will not go with the NDA, he will stay with India. He also said that I will fight against the Delhi government. My first point is to restore the honor of the army by ending the Agniveer scheme. I will make a big movement about this in the coming days.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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