Congress stalwart in himachal Harsh Mahajan joins BJP, says ‘Congress leaderless’

In a major jolt to the Congress ahead of the Himachal Pradesh Assembly elections later this year, the party’s state unit working president, Harsh Mahajan joined the Bharatiya Janata Party on Wednesday. Mahajan joined the BJP in the presence of Union Minister Piyush Goyal in the national capital. While joining the BJP, he said that Congress has become “directionless and leaderless”.
He further added, “At the national level, the Congress Party stands directionless and lacking in vision, faced with a crisis of leadership, tainted by sycophancy and corruption. This has translated into a diminishing of its numbers, with some of the tallest leaders and stalwarts of the Grand Old Party being compelled to leave its ranks despite years of dedicated service to the organization.”
“That the party lacks democracy is a given, with ‘pick and choose’ stooges calling the shots – the politician- bureaucrat- businessman nexus that runs it has sealed its fate with scams and high levels of corruption rampant on every front. The people of India have seen through the party and have repeatedly voted it out of power, which is why its political space has been occupied by others at both the National and State levels,” the veteran leader said in a written statement.
“Rahul Gandhi has proved to be lacking in both acumen and maturity. Since the party continues to be a family fiefdom, the party today stands fossilized and lacks credibility.

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