Chautalas’ turf war: Grandfather hasn’t signed order, won’t accept expulsion, says Dushyant Chautala

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Written by SUKHBIR SIWACH | Chandigarh | Published: November 11, 2018 2:33:19 am

Indian National Lok Dal leader Dushyant Chautala. (File Photo)

Eight days after expulsion from the INLD, MP Dushyant Chautala on Saturday refused to accept the party decision stating there was no signature of his grandfather and party supremo Om Prakash Chautala on the sacking orders.

“I don’t accept that I am not in Lok Dal (INLD). Till I don’t get a letter signed by party national president (Om Prakash Chautala), I won’t accept that he has sacked me from the party. Dr Ajay Singh Chautala will take next action at Jind on November 17 in this regard,” Dushyant said at a press conference, breaking his silence for the first time since hooting had taken place against his uncle Abhay Chautala at the Gohana (Sonipat) rally on October 7, which had led to action against Dushyant.

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The youngest MP said that he had met his grandfather Om Prakash to explain his point of view twice and that’s why he felt that his grandfather was not kept in the loop regarding his expulsion from the party. “I don’t think this decision of my suspension and expulsion was taken by (Om Prakash) Chautala sahab. Neither there were signatures of national president on the letter of suspension, nor I have received letter of my expulsion to date. As per my knowledge, no such letter has been drafted on which the national president has signed.”

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