Scindia’s pain spilled for the first time on the defeat of the mayor’s seat in Gwalior – न्यूज़लीड India

Scindia’s pain spilled for the first time on the defeat of the mayor’s seat in Gwalior


A conference of newly elected councilors and public representatives was organized in Gwalior

A convention of newly elected councilors and public representatives of Gwalior Municipal Corporation was organized by the BJP in Gwalior on Monday. All the newly elected councilors and public representatives of BJP had reached this conference. Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia had also reached to attend this conference. Apart from this, Energy Minister Pradyuman Singh Tomar and MP Vivek Narayan Shejwalkar were also present in the program.

Scindia's pain spilled from the stage

Scindia’s pain spilled from the stage

Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia also addressed everyone in the program. During his address, Scindia’s pain also came to the fore. Scindia said in his address that there are two aspects of the election, but the results that have come have to be analyzed because there is satisfaction that the majority of the councilors in the council is with the BJP but it also needs to be analyzed that we are the mayor’s seat. Not on victory.

Scindia said to win the trust of the public

Scindia said to win the trust of the public

In Scindia’s stronghold itself, the BJP candidate could not win the Mayor seat and lost badly to the Congress candidate. Scindia had not given any statement regarding this for a long time, but on Monday, Scindia gave a statement for the first time on losing the mayor’s seat. Along with this, he said that we have to regain the trust of the public, so there is a need to analyze it and formulate a further action policy.
He said that everyone needs to unite.

BJP is a party of workers

BJP is a party of workers

Scindia also said in his address that BJP is a party of workers, it is the work of all of us to increase the honor and morale of the workers. On the basis of the working method, we are trying to strengthen the workers and the party.

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