Ashok Tanwar is preparing to bid farewell to the Aam Aadmi Party, which could shock Kejriwal in Haryana

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Ashok Tanwar is preparing to bid farewell to the Aam Aadmi Party, which could shock Kejriwal in Haryana

Rothack. Former Congress president and MP Ashok Tanwar may deal a major blow to Kejriwal ahead of the Lok Sabha elections by bidding farewell to the Aam Aadmi Party soon. Ashok Tanwar’s recent distancing himself from party manifestos after joining the Aam Aadmi Party about a year ago gives similar indications. Discussions over Ashok Tanwar’s meeting with a senior leader of the state BJP in Delhi on Friday remained trending in state politics. Only time will tell where the next destination of Ashok Tanwar, who made a fresh start with his party after the Congress, will be after TMC and AAP, but the discussions about his quitting the AAP and joining the BJP have changed the politics of the State brought into cold winds. It was heated.

Started by NSUI in Delhi

Ashok Tambar had entered state politics by climbing the ladder of the NSUI in Delhi. Proximity to Rahul Gandhi and kinship with former President Shankar Dayal Sharma also affected Ashok Tanwar and he reached the Lok Sabha by contesting the elections with the Congress MP in Sirsa. In Hooda’s second term, he took over the responsibility of state Congress president in place of Shailja.

The gap had widened further due to the dispute in Delhi

During Hooda’s second term as chief minister, the gap between Bhupendra Singh Hooda and Ashok Tambar began to widen. During the Congress protests in Delhi, the party’s factionalism came to the fore and Ashok Tanwar pushed the party leadership into a religious crisis by directly blaming the Hooda family for the attack on him during the protests. Hurt at not being heard in the party manifesto, Ashok Tanwar boycotted the Congress, alleging corruption in ticket distribution ahead of the 2019 general elections.

Three locations built in four years

After quitting the Congress ahead of the 2019 general elections, Ashok Tanwar has contested three elections so far. After leaving Congress, he founded his own party. Joined TMC in 2021 in the presence of Mamata and then left TMC about a year ago and joined AAP. After Ashok Tanwar’s arrival, AAP also claimed to have simultaneously administered oath to one lakh members in the state in the presence of Arvind Kejriwal.

I will keep an eye on Sirsa or Ambala

After joining the BJP, Ashok Tanwar may want to contest the Lok Sabha elections from Sirsa or Ambala in 2024. Both seats in the state are reserved and after the death of Ratan Lal Kataria in Ambala, the BJP will be looking for a stronger face than Selja. Sunita Duggal is the BJP MP from Sirsa seat, here too Ashok Tanwar is expected to be ahead in terms of political gains and losses.

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