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On Ashok Chavan’s Congress Exit, Sanjay Nirupam’s Huge Declare

On Ashok Chavan's Congress Exit, Sanjay Nirupam's Big Claim

Ashok Chavan was upset with the working model of a pacesetter from Maharashtra, Sanjay Nirupam stated.


 After former Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok Chavan resigned from the Congress celebration’s major membership, former Congress Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay claimed that Mr Chavan was upset with the working model of a pacesetter from Maharashtra.

“Ashok Chavan was positively an asset for the celebration. Some are calling him a legal responsibility, some are holding ED accountable, all this can be a hasty response. He was principally very upset with the working model of a pacesetter from Maharashtra,” Mr Nirupam stated in a submit on ‘X’.

The previous president of the Mumbai Regional Congress Committee additionally claimed that had his complaints been addressed by the celebration he wouldn’t have resigned.

“He (Chavan) had given this data to the highest management now and again. Had their complaints been taken significantly, this case wouldn’t have occurred,” Mr Nirupam added.

Heaping praises on the previous Chief Minister, Mr Nirupam stated, “Ashok Chavan is resourceful, a talented organiser, has a agency grasp on the bottom and is a severe chief. When Bharat Jodo Yatra was in Nanded for 5 days final yr, your entire management had seen his potential firsthand.”

“His leaving Congress is a giant loss for us. Nobody will be capable to compensate for it. The duty of caring for them was ours alone,” he added.

Ashok Chavan, earlier at the moment, submitted his resignation to Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee president Nana Patole.

Additionally, within the letter, Mr Chavan talked about his designation as a former MLA. The previous MPCC president additionally served as MP of Lok Sabha from 1987 to 1989 and was re-elected to the decrease home in Could 2014.

He was the Vice President and Basic Secretary of the Maharashtra Pradesh Youth Congress Committee from 1986 to 1995. He served the Maharashtra Legislative Meeting for 3 phrases, beginning in 1999 and ending in Could 2014.

He served because the Chief Minister of Maharashtra State from December 8, 2008, to November 9, 2010. On November 9, 2010, the Congress Celebration requested him to resign from workplace over corruption allegations referring to the Adarsh Housing Society rip-off.

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