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Ajay Chandrakar's taunt on Congress: Candidates will declare only when they overcome infighting, there is really a hole in their boat…

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Ajay Chandrakar's taunt on Congress: Candidates will declare only when they overcome infighting, there is really a hole in their boat…

Nitin Namdev, Raipur. Senior BJP MLA Ajay Chandrakar has targeted Congress for not declaring its candidate. He said that people who can fight in Congress are not being found. That's why their candidate is not being declared. They should hand over these seats to the India Alliance also. So that he can field his candidates. There is no situation of direct fight. Congress does not have any candidate.

He further said that what is there now is suffering from infighting. Only after overcoming the infighting will the candidates be declared. Lakhma has staked himself on the candidature of Deepak Baij. The situation is the same everywhere. Chandrakar took a dig at the photo of Deepak Baij and Kawasi Lakhma and said that this is a deep fake photo.

There is really a hole in Congress' boat – Ajay

On Congress leaders leaving the party, Chandrakar said that I still have a list of at least 1000 people from Congress who can enter BJP. It is really a panic situation. There is really a hole in Congress's boat. On the issue of giving land to Bangladeshi refugees in Ambikapur, Ajay said that Congress and scam are synonymous with each other. These people are more intelligent than Birbal. Cleaned wherever I got the chance. An inquiry committee has been formed on all our questions in the Assembly. If a scam has taken place, there will be an investigation.

On the pamphlet thrown by the Naxalites, Ajay Chandrakar said that the Naxalites want to negotiate on their own terms and the talks should be unconditional. Should be within the scope of the Constitution. He is not such a big person that he can talk outside the scope of the Constitution and administration.