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Sanjay Nirupam Bold Claim, Ashok Chavan’s Exit from Congress

A day after former Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok Chavan resigned from the Congress, former party MP Sanjay Nirupam stated he was dissatisfied with a Maharashtra leader’s working style.

Former Congress MP Sanjay Nirupam expressed his displeasure with the working methods of a Maharashtra politician the day after former Chief Minister Ashok Chavan departed from the party.

“Ashok Chavan was a valuable asset to the party. Some label him a burden, while others blame ED; all of this is a hurried response. “He was basically very upset with the working style of a leader from Maharashtra,” Mr Nirupam said in a post on ‘X’.

The former president of the Mumbai Regional Congress Committee further stated that if his complaints had been handled by the party, he would not have quit.

“Chavan had shared this information with the top leadership on occasion.” “If their complaints had been taken seriously, this situation would not have occurred,” Mr Nirupam remarked.

Mr Nirupam lavished praise on the former Chief Minister, saying, “Ashok Chavan is resourceful, a skilled organiser, has a firm grasp on the ground and is a serious leader. When Bharat Jodo Yatra was in Nanded for five days last year, the entire leadership had seen his potential firsthand.”

“His leaving Congress is a big loss for us. No one will be able to compensate for it. The responsibility of taking care of them was ours alone,” he added.

Nana Patole, president of the Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee, received Ashok Chavan’s resignation letter yesterday.

In the letter, Mr Chavan emphasized his status as a former MLA. The former MPCC president also served as a Lok Sabha MP from 1987 to 1989 and was re-elected to the lower chamber in May 2014.

He served as Vice President and General Secretary of the Maharashtra Pradesh Youth Congress Committee from 1986 to 1995. He served in the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly for three terms, beginning in 1999 and concluding in May 2014.

He was the Chief Minister of Maharashtra State from December 8, 2008 until November 9, 2010. On November 9, 2010, the Congress Party requested that he resign from office due to corruption charges involving the Adarsh Housing Society a scam.

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