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10 Cong MLAs may defect to BJP anytime

DNAHM111028 | 4/21/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :302 | Politics & Governance

Sources say Vaghela has given a 10 day ultimatum to Cong high command

Gandhinagar: Political corridors are abuzz that 10 Congress MLAs in Gujarat could defect to BJP at any given moment. Party sources disclosed with trepidation that senior BJP leaders are in constant touch with these MLAs and they may take the bait and walk across in the first week of May.
In view of the dire starits that Congress finds itself in, a nervous party high command is trying to convince MLAs and leaders including Shankersinh Vaghela to resolve internal issues amicably.
A senior Congress leader said on condition of anonymity that, "BJP is eyeing over 32 seats which are believed to be the Congress stronghold over the past many years in the state. They are trying to poach the MLAs from these constituencies to in
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