Rajasthan legislator Ghanshyam Tiwari on Monday resigned from BJP saying he will fight against the undeclared emergency in the country. As per reports, the rebel MLA has left the saffron party but will remain attached to RSS. In view to the current political scenario in the state and country, legislator wrote a letter to BJP chief Amit Shah and Rajasthan CM Vasundhara Raje blaming the decisions of central leadership for his decision.
The copy of the letter reads that he will now work against the undeclared emergency and will ensure a smooth practice of democratic rights. According to reports, the MLA had been raising his voice on various issues, including farmers’ plight, demand of reservation for the upper caste and fight against corruption.
Last year, BJP’s national disciplinary committee had issued a notice to the Jaipur MLA for raising the voice against CM Vasundhara Raje and national leadership. The rebel leader had earlier made allegations against the Chief Minister saying the state has become a centre for mafia, sycophants and criminals.
In a presser today, Ghanshyam Tiwari said that he is going to fight against the undeclared emergency, which is more dangerous than an actual emergency, which happened in 1975.
Rebel MLA added that he has witnessed both the phases and believes that this is more dangerous. Ghanshyam Tiwari further added that it’s good that BJP observed a black day today against former PM’s decision of implementing Emergency on June 25, 1975. Attacking the centre, he said imposing the emergency is not possible today, so the country is going through a phase of an undeclared emergency.