Nitin Gadkari, a minister for the Union, has disclosed that he was once encouraged to join the Congress but declined, saying he would “rather leap into a well.”
Nitin Gadkari stated the following when speaking to a business owner on Saturday in Nagpur, Maharashtra: “A person is done not when he is vanquished in fight, but when he quits.”
According to Mr. Gadkari, human connections are anyone’s greatest asset, whether they engage in politics, social service, or business.
“Thus, it is never advisable to use and discard. If you hold someone’s hand, hold on to it no matter what the day brings. Don’t worship the rising sun based on the situation, “declared the BJP politician recently removed from a significant body that made decisions for his party.
When he was a student leader in Nagpur, Mr. Gadkari spoke with a Congress politician.
“You are a decent guy but in the wrong party, according to my buddy Shrikant Jichkar, who was in the Congress. To ensure a brighter future, you should join Congress. I told Shrikant that I would jump into a well and drown but that I wouldn’t join the Congress since I don’t agree with their political philosophy, “explained the Union Minister.
According to Mr. Gadkari, there was a time when his party frequently lost elections.
To illustrate his thesis that one should not give up when things are difficult, the Minister for Road Transport and Highways used a biography of former American president Richard Nixon.
“A man is done when he quits, not when he is defeated on the battlefield. Not arrogance, but optimism and confidence are what you need. “He gave the group advice.
In the most recent BJP restructuring, Mr. Gadkari was removed from the influential parliamentary board of the party. He is one of the most senior ministers in the administration and a former BJP president. Thus the move caught everyone off guard.