Col. Manvendra Singh is the Congress candidate from Rajasthan’s Barmer that goes to polls on April 29. Singh, son of former BJP stalwart Jaswant Singh, switched to Congress just weeks before the 2018 state assembly elections in Rajasthan. Singh had contested unsuccessfully from Jhalawar, against former Rajasthan chief minister Vasundhara Raje, in the assembly elections only months ago. Despite losing the battle to Raje, Singh managed to make a dent in the opposition bastion in quick time. Singh gets candid with The Kochi Post in an exclusive interview.
Q: It has been six months since you shifted from the BJP to the Congress. How has the journey been so far?