Another resignation in Congress, former Maharashtra Home Minister left the party

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Just before the assembly elections in Maharashtra, Congress leader and former Maharashtra Home Minister Kripa Shankar Singh has resigned from the party. He submitted his resignation today to Mallikarjun Kharge, Maharashtra in-charge of Congress in Delhi.

Another resignation in Congress, former Maharashtra Home Minister left the party

Assembly elections are due in Maharashtra in the coming days. However, before this, the phase of resignations has started in the Congress party. Now Congress leader and former Maharashtra Home Minister Kripa Shankar Singh has resigned from the party.

Kripa Shankar Singh today submitted his resignation to Mallikarjun Kharge, Maharashtra in-charge of Congress. Earlier, Urmila Matondkar left the Congress.

Kripa Shankar Singh has also been the President of Mumbai Congress. Kripa Shankar Singh has resigned due to the party's stand on Article 370. It is being told that after discussing with his supporters, Kripashankar Singh may consider going to a party.

At the same time, sources say that Kandivali can contest elections against Naseem Khan from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). However, no statement of joining BJP has been revealed so far.

Earlier, actress-turned-politician Urmila Matondkar resigned from the Congress party. Angered by the internal factionalism of the Mumbai Congress, Urmila said that my political and social sensibilities are there to achieve the big goal, but I am unable to do so due to the internal politics of the Mumbai Congress.

In the statement issued, Urmila Matondkar said that I have resigned from the Indian National Congress. I first started thinking about resignation when no action was taken despite my repeated efforts and later wrote a letter to the then Mumbai Congress chief Milind Deora. Later my letter was leaked which was confidential. It was a betrayal of me.

The phase of resignations in the Congress party has been going on since the results of Lok Sabha elections 2019. There is no stability in the Congress party. If the phase of resignations does not stop in the Congress, then the Congress is going to face a lot of problems in the assembly elections.

Recently, Kripashankar Singh joined the BJP leader Prasad Lad's house during Ganpati Puja. Since then, such speculations were being made that Kripa Shankar Singh may leave the party.