Survey stalls in Bihar were plundered for me, my father and different Congress pioneers: Kirti Azad
Kirti Azad said there was a time in Bihar while surveying stalls were plundered for my dad too, and in 1999 for me as well.
- Kirti Azad said stall catching was normal in Bihar
- He joined Congress on February 18 in the wake of souring ties with BJP
- Kirti Azad was chosen on a BJP ticket in 2014
Previous Indian cricketer Kirti Azad, who joined Congress on February 18 has said that stall catching was pervasive in Bihar and that numerous Congress chiefs profited by it.
Kirti Azad, who was chosen on a BJP ticket in 2014, was talking at an open occasion in Darbhanga, Bihar. In his discourse, Kiriti Azad said there was a period in Bihar when Congress laborers used to “plunder surveying corners”.
He said this used to be accomplished for Congress pioneer Nagendra and others.
He stated: “Congeress party ke laborers stall loota karte the Nagendra ji ke liye… us samay to corner loote jate the (Congress party laborers used to plunder stalls for gathering pioneer Nagendra ji and others…this was predominant back then).”
“In those days corners were looted…Congress laborers used to plunder surveying stalls for Nagendra ji (previous Congress pioneer),” Azad said.
He likewise acknowledged that his dad and he additionally profited by stall catching.
“Unimportant pitaji ke liye bhi corner loota jata tha.1999 primary hamare liye bhi lootaus samay to electronic machine nahi thi (Booths were plundered for my dad also. In 1999, for me too. EVMs had not been presented in those days,” he said.
Kirti Azad said individuals ask him for what good reason he disjoined ties with the BJP regardless of being a gathering chief for a long time. “In recent years, I have seen the shocking and collective face of the BJP and chose to stop the gathering.”
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