Why Varun was kicked out of Yellow Pages, Maneka Gandhi: 'Can't think of another reason' Latest News India

For Maneka Gandhi, there is no other reason for her son Varun Gandhi not getting a BJP ticket from Pilibhit, other than his posts on X, which were earlier on Twitter — which to some extent on the Govt. She used to criticize. In an interview with news agency PTI, Maneka said she could not think of any other reason for the party to repeat Varun. As a mother, she said she felt bad that Varun was replaced by Jatin Prasad but it was the party's decision. “I'm sure Varun will do very well even without a ticket,” Maneka Gandhi said, adding that she felt Varun should have been there.

Maneka Gandhi said that Varun wants to campaign for her but no decision has been taken yet.

Maneka's seat Sultanpur will go to polls in the sixth round of polls on May 25 and Varun Gandhi may campaign for her. Maneka said that Varun wants to come for the election campaign but no decision has been taken yet.

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In Pilibhit on April 19, votes were cast in a three-way contest between BJP's Jatin Prasad, Samajwadi Party's Bhagwant Saran Gangwar and Bahujan Samaj Party's Anees Ahmed Khan. It was speculated that Varun Gandhi might contest as an independent candidate but Varun Gandhi distanced himself from the 2024 Lok Sabha elections – neither contesting independently nor from any other party.

Where is Varun Gandhi?

Varun Gandhi was not seen in the yellow mask after being denied a ticket. He did not attend the rallies of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

After being denied a ticket, he wrote an emotional letter to the people of Pelibhait in which he recounted his first visit to Pelibhait in 1983 at the age of three. “As I write this letter today, many memories have moved me. I remember the three-year-old child who first came to Paley in 1983 holding his mother's fingers. Little did he know that a The day this land will become his workplace and the people here will become his family.

“The ideas imparted by Pelli Bhait have played an important role in my upbringing and development not only as a Member of Parliament but also as a person. Being your representative has been the greatest honor of my life and I will always cherish you. Has raised his voice for the interests of,” he said.

He said that if not as an MP, at least as a son, I pledge to serve you throughout my life and my doors will always be open to you as before, I am the voice of the common man in politics. I came to pick up and today, Varun added, seek your blessings to continue this work forever.

Pillibhit has a long association with Maneka Gandhi and Varun Gandhi and this was the first time that neither of them contested from here. Maneka Gandhi won the yellow seat on a Janata Dal ticket in 1989, lost in 1991 and won again in 1996. She won again from this constituency as an independent candidate in 1998 and 1999. He won the seat as a BJP candidate in 2004 and 2014. Varun Gandhi won the seat as a BJP candidate in 2009 and 2019.

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