Rajasthan MLA Ghanshyam Tiwari has resigned from BJP, accusing CM Basundhara Raje in case of high level corruption and partiality - TNBCLive

Ghanshyam Tiwari, MLA of Rajasthan, stated in his letter that “chief of state government in Rajasthan in collusion with some ministers and bureaucrats has been robbing the state” to Amit Shah, the chief of BJP.

After accusing Vasundhara Raje, the chief minister of Rajasthan, in a sensitive case of dishonesty and favoritism, Ghanshyam Tiwari, the MLA of Rajasthan leave his resignation letter to BJP on Monday.

According to his resignation letter to Amit Shah, the president of BJP the stated his opinion without any mention of Raje’s name and but indirectly indicates the involved person also by saying” The chief of state government in Rajasthan in collusion with some ministers and bureaucrats has been robbing the state and the level of corruption has scaled a new high.”

According to his opinion, CM is using her power and post with illogical purpose by employing his followers with an individual intention for attaining popularity and importance.

Tiwari held Shah responsible for inaction and laying still against corruption. In a press conference, he released a devastating attack on the Bharatiya Janata Party stating that there was an “undeclared emergency” in Rajasthan and other parts of the nation. It also said that the Congress and BJP were undercover while indulging in corrupt activities.

The Sanganer (Jaipur) representative Tiwari would show in the contest elections from the newly formed Bharat Vahini Party lead by son Akhilesh and was recognized by the Election Commission recently.

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