In a major jolt to the Congress party in Gujarat, senior leader and spokesperson Jayrajsinh Parmar on Thursday quit amid speculations that he would join the BJP.
In a two-page resignation letter to GPCC president Jagdish Thakor, Parmar asserted that.
He wrote a letter to the staff expressing his frustration with the state management. The letter highlighted some issues like reluctance in accepting new concepts or encouraging new faces and making untimely decisions.
“However now mates, your brother is uninterested in the inaction of leaders who don’t need to combat however don’t need to combat. I’m uninterested in the angle of failure-loving leaders working arduous for the victory of the celebration, ”a few lines from the letter read.
He claimed that some individuals occupied the celebration as if it had been their private property.
“Congress has not been in energy for the final 27 years, but even at the moment it has not stopped betting on dropping horses. Have a look at any metropolis or district of Gujarat. You will notice the identical previous faces, “he added.
“If the exit of 1 Jayarajsihn can enhance the situation of the celebration … the voice of the widespread man may be heard to the deaf ear, then bidding farewell to the Congress is the one choice,” he wrote.