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CPI leader Kanhaiya Kumar and Gujarat MLA Jignesh Mevani to join Congress on September 28: Sources

Hardik Patel, working president of Gujarat Pradesh Congress, is mediating the talks between these two youth leaders and the Congress leadership.

CPI leader and former JNU student union president V Kanhaiya Kumar and Gujarat’s independent MLA Jignesh Mewani will join the Congress on 28 September this month. This information has been given by a trusted source.Also Read – Bihar: The lover used to cycle 17 km to meet the girlfriend, the villagers got married in the temple

A reliable source associated with the Congress told that CPI leader Kanhaiya Kumar and Gujarat MLA Jignesh Mevani will join the Congress on September 28. However, no official statement has come out from the party or the concerned leaders so far. Also Read – Love Story in Bihar: The lover used to go to his village to meet his girlfriend by riding a bicycle, when people saw it, he got married in the temple

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Sources say that if the ongoing turmoil in the Punjab Pradesh Congress ends completely in the next few days, then Kanhaiya and Jignesh may join the Congress on September 28, the birth anniversary of Shaheed Bhagat Singh. According to sources, Hardik Patel, working president of Gujarat Pradesh Congress, is mediating the talks between these two youth leaders and the Congress leadership.

A Congress source said, “If the political situation in Punjab Congress becomes completely normal, then Kanhaiya and Jignesh may join the Congress on September 28.

Kanhaiya, who originally hails from Bihar, came into limelight after his arrest in JNU for allegedly raising anti-national slogans. He had contested the last Lok Sabha election from Begusarai Lok Sabha seat in Bihar as a CPI candidate against Union Minister Giriraj Singh, however he lost. On the other hand, Jignesh, who belongs to the Dalit community, is an independent MLA from Vadgam assembly constituency of Gujarat.

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