Congress Workers Clash In Front Of State In-Charge Mukul Wasnik In Madhya Pradesh
Congress workers trade blows in front of state in-charge Mukul Wasnik in Madhya Pradesh’s Rewa.
Preparations of political parties are at full swing in Madhya Pradesh’s Rewa for the upcoming civic elections. Leaders of almost all parties have started visiting the areas ahead of the elections. Congress state in-charge Mukul Wasnik was in Rewa this Saturday for a one day tour. During his tour, two groups of Congress party clashed with each other. Things escalated quickly and the two groups were also involved in physical fights in front of Mukul Wasnik. For all the people who are curious about it, here is everything you need to know.
According to reports, a meeting was organised for all the Congress workers. Things heated up and soon the two groups of Congress workers were pitted against each other. The video of Congress workers clashing in front of state in-charge Mukul Wasnik is going viral since then. The reports added that former Congress MLA from Mauganj Sukhendra Singh Banna was present along with former Lok Sabha candidate Siddartha Tiwari from Rewa. As soon as the state in-charge Mukul Wasnik arrived at the venue, supporters of both the leaders started clashing in front of him.
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Things took an ugly turn when the clashes escalated to a fistfight. In the video that is going viral all over social media, Mukul Wasnik can be seen trying to calm down both the groups. The clashes went on for almost an hour with both the groups shouting slogans against each other. Things went back to normal after an hour of all this chaos. The reports further added that when the media tried to contact Mukul Wasnik regarding this ruckus, he refrained to do so.
According to reports, former leader of opposition Ajay Singh also commented about the incident. He mentioned that the party will suffer a big-time because of incidents like this. The party will have to gear up now in order to avoid defeat in the upcoming elections, he added. Ajay Singh said that if the party does not put an end to such divided groups among the party, it will affect the party’s prospects in the upcoming civic elections. He also advised everyone to work for the benefit of party unitedly.