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Chhattisgarh Polls: Ajit Jogi’s wife Renu Jogi likely to join Janta Congress Chhattisgarh

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In a major development on Sunday in Raipur, Janta Congress Chhattisgarh chief Ajit Jogi has hinted that Renu Jogi would join his party ahead of the assembly elections. Kota MLA Renu Jogi may not get Congress ticket and following that she would be moving to the Janata Congress Chhattisgarh, sources claimed. CPI has also decided to join hand with the grand alliance in Chhattisgarh. As per the latest reports, Janta Congress Chhattisgarh, Bahujan Samaj Party and Communist Party of India are the parts of grand alliance.

“It takes time to convince the wife and I am still trying. Mein Unhe mana raha hoon (I am trying to convince her),” former Chief Minister Ajit Jogi told reporters.

Sources further claimed that the political scenario has changed after the development, as Congress would face some consequences and also it is a massive boost for the grand alliance.

Jogi further said that CPI – a party with a considerable amount of support in highly tensed and rural Chhattisgarh – will be part of the JCC-BSP alliance and CPI has been allotted two assembly seats Dantewada and Konta and as per the new equations, BSP will fight on 33 constituencies.

Bahujan Samaj Party, chief Mayawati has been taken into confidence about the new equation, Jogi added. The former chief minister also stated that, to campaign for the JCC-BSP-CPI alliance, he will visit Bastar region from October 20 to 24.

According to experts, step to include CPI in the grand alliance would woo farmers and labourers in the state. Also, there is a big resentment within Bhilai and Sarguja working class over various issues against both national parties, where CPI could play a vital role for the grand alliance.

In 1998 assembly elections in united Madhya Pradesh, CPI had come second in Konta and Dantewada seats.


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