Cong's Sachin Sawant Shares Word Of Advice To Jyotiraditya Scindia Post His Resignation


Reactions have started pouring in after a massive blow to Congress in Madhya Pradesh following the resignation of Congress leader Jyotiraditya Scindia.

Written By Pritesh Kamath | Mumbai | Updated On:

With a massive blow to Congress and its government in Madhya Pradesh following the resignation of Congress leader Jyotiraditya Scindia, reactions have started pouring in from Congress party leaders. Reacting on the Jyotiraditya Scindia's exit, party leader Sachin Sawant seemed to be giving a word of advice to the miffed leader, Scindia, while Madhya Pradesh minister Jitu Patwari made the historical reference of 1857 war of Independence on the departing leader.

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"How big a leader you consider yourself is not important. How much you have reverence for your thoughts, how big your courage is and whether you will be willing to sacrifice your vested interest and self for your principles and fight for the truth, with this history will remember you!" tweeted Sawant.

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Madhya Pradesh state minister Jitu Patwari used a historical reference to target Scindia. Patwari made a reference to the 1857 war of independence and when Scindia's grandmother Vijayaraje Scindia won the Guna Lok Sabha seat as a Congress leader but switched to Jana Sangh in 1967. He added that on Tuesday, something similar is happening.

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The Congress' national coordinator for social media Gaurav Pandhi called Scindia a 'traitor' while slamming the departing leader when the news of Scindia along with former BJP President Amit Shah meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi surfaced.

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