Uttarakhand in-charge Dinesh Mohania claims

AAP's Uttarakhand in-charge Dinesh Mohania said that a cabinet minister and 4 MLAs will join his party very soon.

AAP’s Uttarakhand in-charge Dinesh Mohania said that a cabinet minister and 4 MLAs will join his party very soon.

Mohania claimed that a cabinet minister of Uttarakhand government and 4 other MLAs are in touch with AAP, all of them have been fully conversant at the party level.

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  • Last Updated:February 20, 2021 7:16 PM IS

Dehradun. State in-charge of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Dinesh Mohania has created a political stir with one of his statements. He said that a big change will be seen in the state’s politics in the coming few months. He told that one cabinet minister (cabinet-minister) and other 4 MLAs (MLAs) of Uttarakhand Government (Uttarakhand Government) are in touch with AAP, all of them have been discussed at the party level. All of them will soon leave the membership of the assembly and join the Aam Aadmi Party. He told that when the time comes, those names will also be revealed.

Your appeal to the public

The AAP in-charge called upon the people of the state and said that political change is needed in this state. Therefore, those who want change in the state, they should join the party and create a healthy political atmosphere in the state. He said that the dreams that this state was formed with in mind, have not been able to be achieved even in 20 years. AAP in-charge said that along with a cabinet minister and 4 MLAs of the state, many other people can also join the party.

Rawat has played his inningsAt the same time, AAP state in-charge Dinesh Mohania lashed out at former Chief Minister Harish Rawat and said that Harish Rawat has played his political innings, so now he should retire from this innings. He said that the retirement time of every player is fixed. The time has come for Harish Rawat’s retirement. Therefore, Harda should now clear the way for the new generation. Mohania said that perhaps Harish Rawat’s desire to become Chief Minister has not ended, that is why he continues to make Congress and state politics uncomfortable with his statements. He has said that now Harish Rawat should retire from politics



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