Cavill Shibar says he is a former parliament and will run again for Rajya Saba

Cavill Shibar says he is a former parliament and will run again for Rajya Saba

Former federal minister Kapil Sibal announced today that he had resigned from the parliamentary party after dropping the moment of the bomb after submitting a nomination document to Raja Saba as an independent candidate supported by the Samajwadi Party.

“I resigned from the parliamentary party on May 16th,” Kapil Shibar told reporters, slipping in information that had been hidden since the parliamentary “Chintansibir” or the Strategic Council a week ago.

“I’m no longer a serious parliamentary leader,” he joked when he ran into a question.

Mr. Shival resigned the day after a parliamentary brainstorming session held to discuss the roadmap for the party’s resurrection after a series of devastating election defeats. He was left out of a big meeting and was no longer part of Congress’s advisory group.

“I submitted my dissertation as an independent candidate. It’s important to have an independent voice in Congress. If an independent voice speaks, people will believe it has nothing to do with any political party.” Mr. Shival said.