Maneka Gandhi said that new people should get a chance. I am fully conscious about my work and service is my first religion.
The statement of Maneka Gandhi, MP from Sultanpur, UP, has come to the fore after being removed from the BJP’s national executive. He said that he is satisfied to be in the party for 20 years and not being included in the panel does not reduce his stature.
“I am satisfied to be in the BJP for 20 years. Not being in the executive does not reduce one’s stature. My first religion is to serve. It is more important that I get a place in the hearts of people.
Let us inform that Maneka Gandhi is on a two-day visit to her parliamentary constituency Sultanpur. Meanwhile, on Sunday evening, journalists questioned Maneka as to why she was not given a place in the national executive.
On this, he said that more senior people have not been given a place in the executive, new people should get a chance. I am fully conscious about my work and service is my first religion. Maneka said that I should get a place in the heart of the public, it is important for me.
Let us tell you that recently BJP had released the list of National Executive. Maneka Gandhi and her son Varun Gandhi were not named in this list.
Maneka Gandhi is the MP from Sultanpur and Varun Gandhi is the MP from Pilibhit. Maneka Gandhi became a Union minister for the first time in the Modi cabinet, but when she won the election from Sultanpur for the second time, she did not get a ministerial post.
Let us tell you that Maneka Gandhi’s statements are often in controversies. Earlier, on not being named in the national executive, he had said that this is not a big thing and neither does it matter. I have been in the executive for 25 years, if there is any change in it, it is not a big deal.
On this change, Maneka had said that new people should get a chance, it is not a matter of concern.
Explain that the job of the BJP’s National Working Committee is to discuss the issues and decide the role of the organization’s functioning.
The National Working Committee was announced by BJP President JP Nadda on 7 October. Many leaders including Maneka and her son Varun were not named in it. After which various discussions started in the political corridors.