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After differences with the leadership, upset Sanjay Nirupam hints at quitting the Congress

“I had recommended just one name in Mumbai for the Maharashtra assembly election. I heard that even that has been rejected,” said Sanjay Nirupam 

Mumbai: State Elections are approaching but there is no end to the woes of Congress in Maharashtra. In the latest, senior congress leader and former Mumbai Congress chief Sanjay Nirupam today dropped a bombshell denouncing the state party leadership and accused it of sidelining his decision making.

Sanjay Nirupam said he feels the congress party doesn’t need his services anymore.
“I had recommended just one name in Mumbai for the Maharashtra assembly election. I heard that even that has been rejected,”  said Sanjay Nirupam

Sanjay Nirumpam has hinted he will not be campaigning for the Congress party in Maharashtra. “As I had told the leadership earlier. I will not participate in the poll campaign. It’s my final decision,” Sanjay Nirupam said. Congress doesn’t need me I am ready to sit at home said Nirupam.

He quoted “I hope that the day has not yet come to say goodbye to the party. But the way leadership is behaving with me, it doesn’t seem far away.”

Previously also Mumbai Congress had issues in decision making on ticket distribution and that resulted crisis in the party.

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