Vijender Singh on switching to BJP: ‘I slept for a while then woke up...’

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Vijender Singh on switching to BJP: ‘I slept for a while then woke up...’

Boxer Vijender Singh shared a post by Congressman Rahul Gandhi the day before he became a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), in which he accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of seeking to alter the constitution by employing "match-fixing" to win the 2018 Lok Sabha elections.

Singh stated, "I slept [after retweeting] and when I woke up, I realized that I was doing something wrong and was on the wrong platform," in an interview with News24 over his post. I came to the realization that I would be better off joining the Bharatiya Janata Party. I chose to attend the party for this reason.

Singh shared an article on X on Tuesday in which Gandhi said that PM Modi was engaging in match-fixing, including the purchase of players, intimidation of the captain, bribing the referee, and campaigning for the party's victory with 400 Lok Sabha seats.

It stated that Narendra Modi hopes to amend the Constitution by using "match-fixing" to win elections. through purchasing players, intimidating the captain, applying pressure to the umpire, and yelling that 400 should be crossed based on EVM. In actuality, though, even after taking everything into consideration, he is unable to turn 180 degrees. This election is not just about choosing a new government; it's also an opportunity to preserve the nation and the Constitution.

Ahead of the approaching general elections, Singh joined the BJP on Wednesday, dealing a serious blow to the Congress party. "I have joined the BJP to serve the people and the nation," he declared. My desire to assist more and more individuals grows.

At the party headquarters in New Delhi, BJP officials Vinod Tawde, Ramvir Singh Bidhuri, and Rajiv Babbar witnessed his party membership. The Olympian had previously run for Congress but lost to BJP MP Ramesh Bidhuri in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections from South Delhi.