Setback To Congress: Leader Sushmita Dev Quits The Party
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Setback To Congress: Leader Sushmita Dev Quits The Party

Senior Congress leader and National President of All India Mahila Congress Sushmita Dev has resigned from the primary membership of the party

Senior Congress leader and National President of All India Mahila Congress Sushmita Dev has resigned from the primary membership of the party. First, he left the party's WhatsApp group. After this, in the bio of Twitter, he described himself as a former Congress leader. He then sent his resignation to the interim president of the party, Sonia Gandhi.

It is being told that she was angry with the party for a long time. His displeasure also came to the fore during the Assam Assembly elections. Now it is being speculated that Sushmita Dev may join TMC. According to the report, Sushmita is in touch with TMC leaders and may soon reach Kolkata and meet Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee or Abhishek Banerjee.

Sushmita Dev's Twitter account was also locked

Sushmita Dev was among those Congress leaders whose Twitter account was recently locked. Also, congress had raised questions about this on the microblogging site. Rahul Gandhi had alleged that Twitter was working under pressure from the central government.

Sushmita Dev quitting Congress is a big setback for the party

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Sushmita Dev is the daughter of Santosh Mohan Dev, a prominent leader of Assam and Bengal. She was elected MP from the Silchar seat of Assam. His leaving the Congress is being described as a big setback for the party.

If young leaders leave the party, then the elders are accused: Sibal

Senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal has given an angry reaction to the party's high command on this matter. He said that when young leaders leave the party, then the blame falls on the old and elderly leaders of the party. He also said that the party keeps moving forward.

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