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After Congress, now its time for representing Modi's Wave for Rao Inderjit Singh
Three-time Congress MP and BJP candidate, who is contesting Lok Sabha elections from Gurgoan Rao Inderjit Singh had announced his switch from the Congress to BJP this year only. He revealed the main reason behind contesting elections from BJP rather from Congress was that Congress was a ''private interest motivates public policy” and where everything happens as per ''the wishes of clique.'' Hence the switch from Congress tp BJP.

He further clarifies, ''The Congress used be a thought — a vichaardhara. It was for everybody — gareeb ka bhi tha, buzurg ka bhi tha, ameer ka bhi tha, Harijan ka bhi tha, Brahmin ka bhi tha. Yeh Congress ka culture tha, woh culture hi dilute ho gaya, khatam ho gaya. There is no grievance redressal mechanism left aur wahan coterie ke hisaab se neeti banti hai. Private interest motivates public policy.''Alleging that “you cannot get yourself heard with the powers that be'' in the Congress, Inderjit says ''they are so well ensconced that the common man’s voice is never heard.'' ''Those calling the shots are mostly Rajya Sabha guys who can’t even get elected as a sarpanch,'' the 64-year-old Ahir leader adds, as Indian Express reported.

He said that he tried to cast a shadow on Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda's tenure and alleged his impartiality against area falling in his constituency, Gurgaon. Inderjit says he took the matter to the high command ''numerous time'', but the grievance redressal mechanism ''had gone kaput.''

''And because of this, there was no one who spoke to me when I was walking out of party. It showed that they were done with me. And the party din't asked me to walk out, it was me who decided to leave the party and personally I feel I am the only one in the political spectrum, who can prevent these guys from looting Haryana.''

After changing his party, he also changed his tone and rated Narendra Modi 10 out of 10 as a politician. He thinks that NaMo is the right candidate for Prime Minister seat. Rao is moving from one village to another in order to interact with people and make them sure that the only hope for this 'sinking boat' (our country) is BJP.

He expressed his loyalty toward his current party by calling it the most experienced party at the national level where it has a track of governance in four, five states. He alleged the Congress for setting puppets as a chief ministers. And he is confident that the Modi wave will fetch more votes. He urge, ''When even the opposition was keeping quiet, I was the only one raising issues – land, master plan, profiteering by builders, lack of infrastructure or lack of jobs. They now think I have gone to the right party, because this is the only alternative. So I only touch base with them and say I couldn’t come for the last five years because I had issues with the government. All I need to tell them is I could not come to you and get your work done because the government was not doing it.

While addressing people in villagers he asked them to assume responsibility as their prerogative and spread the words around, ''mera beda sambhalo. Aap Modi bano, Rajnath Singh bano, Inderjit bano. Iss sarkar ko bedakhal karo aur BJP ko sthapit karo.''

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