Big blow to Congress before elections in MP: Former MLA resigns, said- I am being neglected in the party

Mukesh Sen, Tikamgarh. There is only 4 months left for the assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh, meanwhile bad news is coming out for the Congress. Former Congress MLA from Jatara assembly of Tikamgarh district Dinesh Ahirwar has resigned from the primary membership of the Congress party. The reason for leaving the party has been cited by him as the neglect of himself and the workers by the party.

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Dinesh Ahirwar said that I was being grossly neglected by the party continuously. Was the elected representative of the Congress party, in 2013 I made the Congress party win. While the Congress kept coming third and fourth in the three consecutive elections from there, I and the workers associated with me had brought the party to number one. Even after this, the leaders from above did not appreciate me.

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The former MLA said that the public is with me, so keeping all these things in mind, I thought it appropriate to resign from the party. Ahirwar alleged that when the elections are near, people have started roaming in the area since 4 days, it should be noted by the top leaders that who is from the area and who is outsider and who has more influence in the area. He should take the party forward, he said that whichever party will give me ticket, I will contest elections from that party and will go among them in the service of the people.

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