Big blow to Congress, this leader left the party's face

Dholpur: Abdul Sagir Khan, former MLA of Dholpur assembly constituency in Rajasthan, has resigned from the primary membership of Congress. He has written a letter to state president Govind Singh Dotasra and sent his resignation. After the resignation of Abdul Sagir, speculations of him joining the BJP intensified.

According to media reports, Wakf Board chairman and former MLA Abdul Sagir have cited his resignation due to personal reasons. However, his resignation is seen as a form of conspiracy. It is being told that Shobharani, who was expelled from the BJP due to cross-voting in the Rajya Sabha elections, is likely to join the Congress. That is why Abdul Sagir has resigned.

Let us tell you that MLA Shobharani Kushwaha and former MLA Abdul Sagir have contested the face of the election to face twice. The two are considered to be arch-rivals of each other. Abdul Sagir is considered very close to former CM Vasundhara Raje. In such a situation, his chances of joining the Bhartiya Janata Party have increased.

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