Sapna Chaudhary denies joining party; Cong cites proof

Congress form reportedly filled by Sapna Chaudhary.

A day the Congress went to town claiming that Big Boss fame Haryana dancer and singer Sapna Chaudhary joined the Congress, Sapna on Sunday categorically denied any such development. 

The Congress was in for a shock and was quick to display her filled-up Congress membership form with her signatures as a proof of her joining the Uttar Pradesh Congress committee.

It was being expected that Sapna would contest the upcoming elections as a Congress candidate from Mathura against yesteryear actor Hema Malini.

Sapna’s picture with Priyanka Gandhi Vadra was also floated by the Congress.

The singer, however, said that the picture was an old one.

In Rohtak on Sunday, she said that neither had she joined the Congress nor she would be campaigning for the party.

Congress leader from UP Narendra Rathi showed the filled membership form and said that Sapna along with her sister had joined the party on Saturday.

The grapevine has it that since the Congress announced another name from Mathura, Sapna decided to retract.

It is also being speculated that the dancer may join the saffron party.

Sapna Chaudhary shot to limelight with her stage dance on popular Haryana song ‘Teri Aakhya ka yo Kajal’.

Her stint in television reality show Big Boss 11 made her popular.

She later made her Bollywood debut with a dance number in the movie Veerey di wedding.

Sapna also made a song appearance In Bhojpuri cinema alongside actor Ravi Kishan.

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