Everyone is dissatisfied in politics: Gadkari
Jaipur / News Agency
While saying that everyone working in politics has political ambitions and everyone is dissatisfied that they are not fulfilled, Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari weighed in on the leadership of all political parties, including his own party.
If the MLA regrets that he did not become a minister, then the minister regrets that he did not get a good department. Those who have a good department feel bad that they could not become the Chief Minister, while those who have become the Chief Minister are worried about how long they will remain in this post. In general, everyone is dissatisfied with politics, said Gadkari. He was speaking at a seminar on 'Parliamentary Democracy and Citizens' Expectations' in the Rajasthan Legislative Assembly.
Recently, the Chief Ministers of 4 states were replaced. As the reference to Gadkari's statement is very applicable, the discussion of this dose given by him has become very popular in the political circles. It is noteworthy that in the state of Gujarat where Prime Minister Narendra Modi was the Chief Minister, Vijay Rupani was abruptly resigned after being given a second chance to become the Chief Minister of the state and Bhupendra Patel, a relatively newcomer, was unexpectedly placed around the Chief Minister's post.