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Jitin said on calling Congress ‘garbage’, his thinking is small, criticism is ‘prasad’ for me

After three generations of Congressman Jitin Prasada joined the BJP, now his old party has become an attacker on him. On the one hand, the Twitter handle of Madhya Pradesh Congress even told him garbage, then many leaders have accused him of betrayal. Jitin Prasada has also given his reaction on the tweet of Madhya Pradesh Congress. Prasad said, ‘I don’t want to comment. Everyone is free to criticize. Those whose thoughts are small, they will never be big. I take everyone’s criticism as prasad. I believe that my decision is right and in the interest of the country. Let us inform that the Madhya Pradesh Congress had made a controversial tweet about him on Wednesday, in which he was termed as garbage. However, that tweet was later taken down.

Senior Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge has also attacked Jitin Prasad’s decision. Kharge said, “Jitin Prasad has been a traditional Congressman. We respected him and never ignored him. He was the General Secretary, in charge of Bengal. Every time an opportunity was also given to contest the election. Even after this, it is sad if he criticizes the Congress and its ideology. His father also worked for the same party. Prasad has also responded to Kharge’s comment. He said, ‘What can I say? He is a senior leader, but I know the situation in UP. There is no connection between the people and the Congress. I have taken this decision after considering everything.

Not only this, Jitin Prasad has praised PM Narendra Modi and BJP saying that he is the most capable at the moment. This party will prove to be better for future generations also. On leaving the Congress, Jitin Prasad said, ‘I have had a relationship with Congress for three generations. So this decision was not easy for me. I have taken this decision after much thought, deliberation and listening to my conscience. Let us inform that Jitin Prasad had joined the party after reaching the BJP headquarters in Delhi on Wednesday. After this, she also met Home Minister Amit Shah and BJP Chief JP Nadda.


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