Urmila Matondokar disclosed the Congress's mistakes on the letter

Urmila Matondokar defended a letter dated May 16, in which she wrote to senior Congress leader Milind Deora that serious allegations were made against party workers for their misconduct during the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

The actress, a politician, said in a press statement on Tuesday that she was in Congress’ best interest at heart.

Urmila Matondokar Disclosed

In a letter to Deora, Urmila accused Congress message Kandavilkar and Bhushan Patil of misleading his campaign during the election. He accused Kundwilkar of lacking funds, calling on his family members to call several hours and raise money and demand that their rallies and other pol-related functions be properly organized.

In her press statement, she said the letter was written with honest intentions. “There are issues to be resolved in each party,” he said. I have not engaged in any personal interest or agenda in Congress except in serving my country. “I have addressed this letter from the President of Mumbai (Deora has since resigned as the Congress Chief Minister) and the sole purpose is to bring about reforms in the party.”

The letter was written after the Mumbai polls on April 29, but before the seventh phase of the Lok Sabha elections in 2019. “I want to emphasize that this letter was written before the election results or exit polls. My integrity, integrity and commitment to the party’s interest, “said the 45-year-old.

Urmila Matondokar made his political debut on March 27 and was named as the Congress candidate from Mumbai North. The current BJP MP will lose a huge margin of more than 4.5 lakh votes against Gopal Shetty.