Surat Sees ‘Nilesh Kumbhani Wanted’ Posters: Congress-AAP Alliance Puts Up Posters, AAP Leader Claims BJP Bought Them for 15 Crores

The Congress had chosen Nilesh Kumbhani as its candidate for the Surat Lok Sabha meeting. However, after Nilesh Kumbhani withdrew his nomination in a manner that the Congress suspected was orchestrated to create a conspiracy, the Congress raised objections. When the form was canceled, the Surat Lok Sabha meeting was declared uncontested in favor of the BJP, which further fueled resentment within the Congress. Posters labeled ‘Nilesh Kumbhani Wanted’ appeared in Surat. Party leader Dinesh Kachadiya stated that BJP had bought Nilesh Kumbhani, the third contractor, and the silent candidate, for a whopping 15 crores.


Assassins and Traitors under the Banner

Both the Aam Aadmi Party and the Congress have been seen opposing each other. Yesterday, when some Congress workers went to Nilesh Kumbhani’s house, they were seen protesting outside by putting up posters. However, today, Aam Aadmi Party leader and former Congress corporator Dinesh Kachadiya, while expressing anger in front of Nilesh Kumbhani at Heerabaug Circle near the bridge, put up banners, explicitly mentioning ‘The Assassins of Democracy – Traitors.’ Nilesh Kumbhani has deprived Surat Lok Sabha voters of their rights. Whenever Nilesh Kumbhani is seen, he is reminded to learn a lesson.

Kumbhani’s Form not Withdrawn, but to be Processed

Dinesh Kachadiya stated that he is saddened by the fact that people across the country cannot be stripped of their voting rights when they exercise their franchise. Nilesh Kumbhani was chosen as a candidate for the Surat meeting by the Indian Alliance. Nilesh Kumbhani’s form has not been withdrawn, but it is being processed. By creating a conspiracy through the Bharatiya Janata Party, they have bought their contractors and Nilesh Kumbhani. They have to pay around 15 crores, and Nilesh Kumbhani is currently holding rallies in Goa.

Kumbhani Will be Ousted from BJP’s Washing Machine

It has been announced that on May 7th, people across the country will exercise their voting rights, and Suratis will only see it on TV. These four people have no right to anyone’s vote. They should be dealt with severely. If Nilesh Kumbhani is a man, he should stay in the village. Why did he join, and it is a challenge for me to show you in Surat city. How much anger there is against you will be known. I have learned from my sources that he is in Goa, and today on Thursday, he was to join the Bharatiya Janata Party, but maybe after joining this kind of opposition, he can join the Bharatiya Janata Party a few days later. He will be ousted from the Bharatiya Janata Party’s washing machine.

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