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Cong expels Sanjay Nirupam for anti party activity

NEW DELHI: Sanjay Nirupam, who was expelled on Thursday by Congress for anti-party activities, said there are five power centres in the grand old party, each of them having their own lobbies which clash with each other. Nirupam claimed that there was no future for the Congress and alleged there was “tremendous arrogance” in the party leadership.
“Earlier there used to be one power centre in the Congress party, but now there are five power centres in the Congress and all five have their own lobbies which keep clashing with each other.In these five centres, first is Sonia Gandhi, second is Rahul Gandhi, third is Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, fourth is Mallikarjun Kharge and last is Congress General Secretary KC Venugopal ji… all of them are doing politics in their own way…”

On his expulsion from the Congress party, Sanjay Nirupam said”…I made an announcement yesterday and sent my resignation to Mallikarjun Kharge at around 10:40. I think right after they made this decision (to expel me from the party)…Congress party is a completely scattered party and the leaders of the party have also said that its ideology is directionless…”

Sanjay Nirupam’s Discontent regarding seat allocations by Congress was not hidden from anyone. He was always very vocal of being upset after he was not nominated for the Mumbai North West Lok Sabha seat. The journalist-turned-politician had turned rebel and had boldly declared that he will announce his next step soon. Nirupam was very clear and straightforward in expressing his anger loudly after the Maha Vikas Aghadi ally Shiv Sena (UBT) had declared the candidature of Amol G. Kirtikar for the seat last week. Sanjay Nirupam is a former two-time Rajya Sabha MP from (undivided) Shiv Sena and an ex-Mumbai North Lok Sabha MP of the Congress.

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