Assam Congress leader Kamrul Islam Choudhury quits party, cites ‘confused leadership’ as reason

Assam Congress chief Kamrul Islam Choudhury quits occasion, cites ‘confused management’ as motive

GUWAHATI: Senior Congress chief from Assam Kamrul Islam Choudhury has stop the occasion.

Assam Congress chief Kamrul Islam Choudhury cited “confused management” as the rationale for quitting the occasion.

Kamrul Islam Choudhury, who was serving as the overall secretary of Assam Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) tendered his resignation from the first membership of the Congress occasion.

Choudhury submitted his resignation to Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Sunday.

Kamrul Islam Choudhury said that he stop the occasion as a result of “directionless and confused management of the APCC throughout the previous couple of months”.

Choudhury said that he “has no motive to proceed as member of the INC”.

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Kamrul Islam Choudhury claimed that the grassroot staff of the Congress occasion had been demoralised after no motion was taken in opposition to occasion MLAs, who allegedly cross-voted within the Presidential elections.

“I do hereby tender my resignation from the put up of basic secretary, APCC and first membership of INC,” Kamrul Islam Choudhury said.