RPN Singh Joins BJP, Says “Will Work As A ‘Karyakarta’ Towards Fulfilling PM Modi’s Dreams For India”

New Delhi: On Tuesday, former Union Minister RPN Singh joins Bhartiya Janta Party, at Delhi. Before joining BJP he tendered his resignation from the Congress party to Congress president Sonia Gandhi.  Singh was a member of Parliament in the 15th Lok Sabha from Kushinagar Constituency. He shared his resignation letter on social media. 

Addressing the event RPN Singh said, “I spent 32 years in one political party (Congress). But that party has not remained the same as it was before. I will work as a ‘Karyakarta’ towards fulfilling PM Modi’s dreams for India,” RPN Singh on joining Bharatiya Janata Party.

“I hereby tender my resignation from the primary membership of the Indian National Congress with immediate effect,” the letter stated. “I thank you for providing me an opportunity to serve the nation, its people, and the party.”

“Today, when the entire nation is celebrating Republic Day, I am starting a new chapter in my political life. Jai Hind,” Singh tweeted in Hindi.

RPN Singh was also the party in charge of Jharkhand. Congress state unit chief Rajesh Thakur said that Singh’s exit doesn’t matter as “many in-charges have come and gone”, reported news agency ANI.

“He must have decided after a lot of thinking. We are true soldiers of Congress, we will live and die here. We think his decision is wrong,” said Thakur, as quoted by ANI.

Joining the Party he tweeted, “This is a new beginning for me and I look forward to my contribution to nation-building under the visionary leadership & guidance of the Honourable Prime Minister Shri @narendramodi, BJP President Shri @JPNadda Ji & Honourable Home Minister @AmitShah Ji.”

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