– Rajya Sabha MP Ajay Pratap Singh left BJP- Rajya Sabha MP Ajay Pratap Singh left BJP

Rajya Sabha MP from Bhopal Madhya Pradesh Ajay Pratap Singh left BJP. He said that there is a difference between the words and actions of BJP. Sent his resignation to the party's national president JP Nadda and state president VD Sharma. He is a Rajya Sabha member since 2018. The MP told the media on Saturday morning that he has no desire to join any party and contest elections. Ajay Pratap Singh was claiming ticket from Sidhi Lok Sabha seat. The party gave ticket to Dr. Rajesh Mishra from here. Congress has made Kamleshwar Patel its candidate here. In 2019, BJP's Reeti Pathak was elected MP from Sidhi. Politics was a medium of service for me. Talking to the media, Ajay Pratap said that politics was truly a medium of service for me, not for earning money. Today some circumstances have arisen such that I do not consider myself compatible with the Bharatiya Janata Party, hence I have resigned from the primary membership of the party. Objecting to the party's candidate selection process, the MP said that at present BJP has announced the candidate for the Lok Sabha elections. I have no objection to any candidate, but I have objections to the functioning of the party and the selection system of the party. I disagree with that. My nature is a bit rebellious. I am not able to accept this situation. My disagreement and objection are reflected in the form of resignation. I will come out of the party and raise my voice. Ajay Pratap said that I have lost faith in the functioning of the party. The issues which I have been raising in the House and through you for a long time have been neglected. There is a difference between the words and actions of the Bharatiya Janata Party, so I felt that I would not be able to raise those issues while staying within the party. I will come out of the party and call them. All these things have been going on for a very long time. If I have resigned then understand that this is its extreme.