Former Union Minister Yashwant Sinha announced to leave the Bharatiya Janata Party in Patna on Saturday. He was already angry with the party.
In a program organized in Patna, Sinha said that he would end all relations with BJP from today. At the same time, he announced his retirement from active politics.
They announced this in a program of National Forum in Patna. He said, “I have been breaking that relationship for a long time with the Bharatiya Janata Party.”
He explained the root cause of his decision that today democracy is in danger in the country.
According to Manish Shandilya, who was present in Patna, Yashwant Sinha said, “My heart still beats the concern of democracy in the country even today.” Four years ago, I had retired from politics and today I am taking a break from party politics. Now I am not going to become a member of any party. Now I will run a tremendous movement to save democracy in the country, with my colleagues. ”
He further said that every moment of my life will move forward in the way that the country’s democracy is good. If democracy is a country, democracy, then we are democracy, then our freedom is ours.
In the program of Nation Forum, there are many leaders including Rashtriya Yadava of RJD, Renuka Chowdhary of Congress, Sanjay Singh and Ashutosh of AAP and Jayant Chaudhary of RLD in the Krishna Memorial Hall of Patna.
However, Yashwant Sinha’s son, Jayant Sinha, is still a minister in Modi’s cabinet.
Yashwant Sinha, who worked for different years as an administrative officer for several years in the Indian government, joined the Janata Party in 1984.
In 1996, he worked as the National Spokesperson of BJP. After this he will become the finance minister in the BJP government. Apart from this, he also had a portfolio of the Ministry of External Affairs.
PM Modi’s support
In a special interview with BBC Hindi, he had said, “I had supported Modi as the BJP’s PM candidate. He also said that if this is done then we will register a strong victory. ”
“Later, other leaders also said the same thing and made them PM candidate. That’s what happened, we won, too. And then I was involved in making Manifesto at that time and Modi had seen Manifesto as a PM candidate and assuming the post. ”
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Sinha said, “We had made a lot of promises. And now when I look back, I personally feel hurt because many of these promises are not fulfilled