Sacked Uttarakhand BJP Leader Wants To Return To Congress. But, A Hiccup

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“The BJP has expelled me. I have not resigned,” Harak Singh Rawat told NDTV.

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New Delhi:

Uttarakhand leader Harak Singh Rawat, who was sacked from the BJP a few weeks before the state elections, wants his former party to return to the Congress but one man stands in the way – Harish Rawat. The former chief minister told his party that he had been betrayed and should not be taken back.

Harak Singh Rawat was one of the nine Congress MLAs who revolted against Harish Rawat’s government in March 2016, reducing it to a minority. After that the presidential rule was issued. He said he was willing to apologize to Harish Rawat.

Harak Singh Rawat told NDTV, “Often we do something we regret. I should not have made a decision that caused such unrest. I should not have made such a big decision on a small issue. But the situation was … “Harak Singh Rawat told NDTV.

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Regarding his sudden departure from the BJP on Sunday, he said: “The BJP has fired me. I have not resigned. Amit Shah called me and said we would be friends till our last breath.”

He was asked why Congress would believe him again.

“I never stab anyone in the back. I do what I do in public,” he said.

He said Harish Rawat would come.

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“She spent three hours at my son’s wedding. She has praised me in the past,” said the former Uttarakhand minister.

But Harish Rawat made it clear that it would not be easy for the rebels to return.

“Those who have left Uttarakhand in turmoil for four months should regret what they did. Their behavior was not conducive to the healthy development of Uttarakhand and harmed the prospects of the state,” the senior Congress leader said.

If he regrets, will Harak Singh accept Rawat’s return? “If I talk about it, it will be a conflict of interest. I am not a judge. The party will decide,” he told NDTV.

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Harish Rawat also dismissed his tweets last year which started speculation that he was leaving. In a Twitter thread, he talked about feeling abandoned by his team leaders and asking for divine guidance on the road ahead.

“I thought I would try my hand at these modern mediums like Twitter to express myself,” Mr Rawat asserted.

Elections in Uttarakhand, UP and three other states will be held in February-March and results will be declared on March 10.

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