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Rathore, Poonia differ over retirement age in politics
Jaipur: A fresh debate began after BJP state president Satish Poonia, expresed his personal views on retirement in politics. Poonia has strongly supported the idea of retiring from politics at the age of 70, saying it was necessary to promote the young generation. Poonia said that for experienced people, there is equal work and respect in the party in the state.
But when First India talked to Dy LoP Rajendra Rathore on the age factor, he said that politics is not a medium to reach to a political position but is a medium of service. Rathore added that the state president has spoken about 70 years and it is his personal opinion. “I feel as long as a person is physically fit he can serve people,” he said.