Uttarakhand Election: Harak Singh Rawat joins Congress again, was expelled from BJP due to anti-activism
Former Uttarakhand cabinet minister Harak Singh Rawat has again joined the Congress. Along with Harak Singh Rawat, his daughter-in-law Anukreethy Gusain Rawat has also joined the Congress party. Harak Singh Rawat was expelled by the BJP on Sunday for anti-party activities and he was also expelled from the cabinet.
According to sources, Harak Singh Rawat was in touch with Congress leaders for several days and there was a possibility that he might return home to the Congress party. The Congress party can either give ticket to Harak Singh Rawat or his daughter-in-law in the assembly elections.
Harak Singh Rawat left the Congress party and joined the BJP in 2016. Not only this, Rawat was also in the headlines in 2016 when attempts were being made to topple the Congress government.
Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami has accused Harak Singh Rawat that Rawat was insisting on giving tickets to his family members and was pressurizing the party, while Harak Singh Rawat says that BJP has cheated him. . He also says that the Congress will form the government in Uttarakhand with an absolute majority and will show the BJP the way out.