A big Brahmin leader of Congress in Uttar Pradesh has left the party. The biggest thing is that he has resigned after making a serious accusation of Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, the party general secretary and UP in-charge of the Congress, saying that the Gandhi family is insulting senior leaders to save their face and they The party is being forced to leave. Pandit Vinod Mishra has even alleged that the Uttar Pradesh unit of Congress has been handed over to the Left leaders. On the other hand, in Assam, the Congress has already shown a way out of the party on suspicion of one of its MLAs joining BJP.
Angry with Priyanka, Congress Brahmin leader left the party
Senior Congress leader in Uttar Pradesh and Brahmin Mahasabha convenor Pandit Vinod Mishra has resigned from the Congress party on Friday. Vinod Mishra has also previously been the General Secretary of the State Congress and during the tenure of Raj Babbar, he was also in charge of Lucknow district. In his statement, Mishra has blamed party general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra for her resignation. He has alleged that the Gandhi family is using the party to protect his face from the CBI and the ED, hence senior leaders are being humiliated and forced to leave the party.
Accused of placing Congress in the hands of left leaders
Mishra has alleged in his statement that ‘Uttar Pradesh Congress has already been handed over to the leaders of the Left. Now the same people are handling everything and it is unfortunate for a party which is more than a hundred years old, which is the identity of the freedom movement of the country. According to him, the party has deviated from its policies and is only trying to save ‘Vadra’. He has sent his resignation to the state president of the party Ajay Lallu. He has denied that he is going to stop joining another party. He has said that now he will devote all his time to strengthen the Brahmin Mahasabha. Significantly, in UP, the Congress is trying to bring back its old vote bank, in such a situation that it is not a right sign for a Brahmin leader to leave the party in this way.
Congress expelled MLA from party in Assam
On the other hand, the party’s interim president Sonia Gandhi has also become active once again after negotiating with the leaders of the Group-23 (G-23), who are dissatisfied with the party’s working system. He has expelled Ajanta Niyog, a party MLA in Assam (Assam), on charges of anti-party activities. Regarding the former Assam PWD minister, the party had doubts that she could hold the lotus of the ruling BJP (BJP) during the visit of the Union Home Minister Amit Shah.