Assam Pradesh Congress Committee member Kamrul Islam Choudhury resigns
The resignation was declared due to the “directionless and confused leadership of Congress over the past several months”.
In his letter to Congresswoman Sonia Gandhi, Choudhury also expressed dissatisfaction with the cross-voting of Congress MPs in the presidential elections and the party’s inability to deal with the situation.
It demoralized thousands of rank-and-file workers like him who worked day and night for the welfare of the party, Choudhury said.
Choudhury’s resignation comes days after Congressman Ghulam Nabi Azad left the party, ending his five-decade affiliation with Congress.
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