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Former external affairs minister S. M. Krishna, who is expected to join the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) soon, today alleged that the Congress Party does not want interference in hereditary leadership.
"The Congress needs no interference.
There is hereditary leadership present. I will go to Delhi and see what happens. The people will have the final say in this matter," said Krishna.
Krishna resigned from the Congress earlier in January this year.
The 84-year-old first became a Member of Parliament (MP) from Mandya in 1968.
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