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Telangana Congress leader left the party

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New Delhi: Amidst the ongoing tussle in the Congress, former Rajya Sabha MP of the party and Telangana Congress leader MA Khan resigned from the party on Saturday. In his letter to the party high command, he said that the party has completely failed to convince the public that it will return to its old position and once again lead the country.

“While you were actively serving as the party’s president, you have carefully followed the consultation process within the party. You have given supreme value to the opinion of the senior leader, who has taken the party as his own for decades,” he said. Dedicated life. The party is still strong and capable of fighting for the betterment of the country.” He also said that he was associated with the party since his student days.

Khan said, “Senior leaders are compelled to resign from the party as the top leadership is not making any effort to re-energize the party’s grassroots workers. Nor is the party working with the commitment with which Pandit Nehru, Indira Gandhi, Sanjay Gandhi and Rajiv used to do it. In such a situation, I had no other option but to distance myself from the party.”

Talking to the news agency after the resignation, Khan said that he quit the Congress as things got worse ever since Rahul Gandhi took over as the vice president in the party committee. He said, “I resigned from the Congress because things started deteriorating after Rahul Gandhi took over as the vice-president of the party committee. He has a different thought process of his own, which does not match any member from block level to booth level. “

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