Manmohan Singh’s brother left Congress red-colored-faced after persuasion by Arun Jaitley

Narendra Modi with Manmohan Singh's brother

Narendra Modi with Manmohan Singh’s brother

The Congress continues to be left red-colored-faced after PM Manmohan Singh’s half-brother Daljeet Singh Kohli became a member of the main opposition party, BJP. However, it would be a decision taken through the PM’s step-brother after two several weeks of bonhomie with senior BJP leader Arun Jaitley, who’s contesting from Amritsar, based on Kohli’s boy Kanwar.

Though his boy said that his father’s proceed to join BJP came as a surprise, but based on Kanwar, Kohli increased keen on Jaitley over past two several weeks and many likely required the decision to support him and in the eye of Amritsar.

Kanwar said that his father never was thinking about joining politics due to what his brother Manmohan experienced. After joining the BJP, Kohli said that Singh never was given totally free hands like a PM within the Congress party.

Yesterday, the ruling Congress ignored Singh’s half-brother Daljeet Singh Kohli’s joining BJP like a “non-event,” however, the Pm on Saturday said he was saddened by Daljeet’s decision to participate the BJP that he is no treatments for anyone’s decision. The PM’s family too expressed shock within the turn of occasions, including Kohli.

“All of our family people are totally shocked with Daljeet’s decision. It might be his choice, he has transformed his ideology. We are complete with Dr. Singh, so we support Captain Amarinder Singh within Amritsar,” said PM’s nephew Manbir Singh.

Meanwhile, the Congress hit back in the BJP, stating that the party’s “dirty methods department” is behind this development. Finance Minister P Chidambaram told reporters in the AICC briefing that PM’s step-brother is a non-political person so far as they know him, and he is joining the BJP is a non-problem.

As the Prime Minister’s Office and Congress expressed shock and surprise over Kohli’s decision, the BJP welcomes him with open arms in existence of its prime ministerial candidate, Narendra Modi, in a rally, in Amritsar.