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‘Good luck and goodbye Congress’: Former MP Sunil Jakhar leaves social gathering

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'Good luck and goodbye Congress': Former MP Sunil Jakhar leaves party

By Online Desk

Amid the continuing ‘Chintan Shivir’ of Congress in Rajasthan, former chief of Grand Old Party’s Punjab unit Sunil Jakhar on Saturday introduced his choice to stop from the social gathering.

As per studies, Jakhar was upset over Congress excessive command taking motion towards his alleged anti-party actions.

While blaming senior social gathering chief Ambika Soni’s assertion on the “repercussions of having a Hindu Chief Minister in Punjab” for the social gathering’s humiliating defeat within the just lately concluded state polls, the previous Gurdaspur MP additionally mentioned that social gathering chief “sitting in Delhi ruined the Punjab unit.” 

“Don’t drift from your ideology,” The 68-year-old suggested Congress president Sonia Gandhi.

He additionally focused social gathering leaders Harish Chaudhary, former Punjab in-charge Harish Rawat and Tariq Anwar.

Jakhar additionally referred to as Rahul Gandhi a “good person”, and urged the 51-year-old to take the social gathering reins in his palms and “distance yourself from chaploos log (sycophants)”. 

“Good luck and goodbye Congress,” he mentioned.

Before his Facebook stay session, he additionally eliminated all social gathering references from his social media handles.

While eradicating the Congress from his Twitter bio, Jakhar additionally changed the social gathering flag because the background picture of his Twitter account with the Tricolour.

On April 26, Congress Disciplinary Committee advisable the two-year suspension of Jakhar and his removing from all social gathering posts.

The five-member Committee was chaired by senior social gathering chief A Okay Antony and the assembly was attended by panel members Tariq Anwar, J P Aggarwal and G Parameswar, in addition to Antony. Ambika Soni was not current in the course of the assembly.

Ahead of that assembly, Jakhar had mentioned those that nonetheless have a conscience might be punished.

“Aaj, sar kalam honge unke jinme abhi zameer baaki hai. (Today, those with a conscience will be beheaded). (My apologies to Javed Akhtar Saheb),” mentioned Jakhar in a tweet.

Jakhar had criticised former chief minister Charanjit Singh Channi and termed him a legal responsibility for the social gathering after the Congress misplaced to the AAP in Punjab.

(With PTI and Agencies’ Inputs)