National Politics

“Withdraw Your Nomination…”; Video Of PM Modi’s Alleged Call To Himachal Rebel Goes Viral


The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has been scrambling to contain the rebellion in the poll-bound Himachal Pradesh as several party leaders, after being denied tickets, have filed nominations as independent candidates and could dent the prospects of victory of the party’s official candidates. One such leader is former Rajya Sabha MP and former vice president of Himachal unit of BJP- Kripal Parmar.

Mr Parmar, who has filed nomination as independent candidate from Fatehpur in Kangra district, had been upset with the central leadership since he was denied the ticket for Fatehpur bypoll last year. Back then, he had resigned from the post of the Vice President of the state unit.

Now, a video of Mr Parmar allegedly talking to PM Modi over a phone call has now gone viral.

As per Aaj Tak’s report, the rebellion of Mr Parmar was mentioned in front of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who arrived in Himachal Pradesh for an election meeting on Saturday. On this, PM Modi immediately took the lead and called the rebel leader Kripal Parmar in Kangra. PM Modi reportedly asked Kripal Parmar about his health and enquired him about his problems.

After this, the PM promised Parmar to fulfill all his demands and asked for his support the party candidate. During this call, the rebel leader complained to PM Modi about the party’s national president JP Nadda.

The Prime Minister asked Kripal Parmar to leave the fray in favor of the party’s candidate and assured him that the issues raised by him would be looked into. During this, Kripal Parmar has also been heard telling PM Modi that BJP President JP Nadda has been insulting him for the last 15 years.

The video of this interaction is now going viral on social media, with opposition taking swipe at the BJP. There has, however, been no official confirmation regarding the call from either Mr Parmar or the BJP.




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