Modi is an anti-Gadkari, RSS leader Vaidya says

Modi VS Gadkari 150x150 Modi is an anti Gadkari, RSS leader Vaidya saysBharatiya Janata Party President Nitin Gadkari today hit down RSS leader MG Vaidya over his remark that Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi was behind the anti-Gadkari campaign with party whether he should remain with post or not.

Terming Vaidya’s remark anti-Gadkari as ‘unfounded’ and rejecting RSS leader threatening remark that Mr. Modi will do all possible efforts for fulfill his ambition to become Prime Minister, BJP spokesperson Shahnawaz Hussain told reporters that all party members are perform very well under Chief’s leadership as a unite.

“The party is united under Nitin Gadkari’s leadership. We are fighting against the Congress with all power. And the party is fighting against all the conspiracies of the Congress Party. We are united and together and working for the reconstruction of the country,” he said.

In his blog, Mr. Vaidya also described MP Ram Jethmalani’s public statement of demanding Gadkari’s resignation by replacing Mr. Modi as Prime Minister, also in support with Jaswant Singh, Yashwant Sinha and Shatrughan Sinha.

“Modi himself seems to have strong prime ministerial ambitions because LK Advani and Nitin Gadkari have already said that they are not in the race for the PM. But Narendra Modi has still not said anything on this issue,” he said in his blog.

Completely rejecting the blog details, Mr. Gadkari endured that BJP is unitedly working and ready to fight Gujarat assembly elections with full confidence, following Narendra Modi.

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