Uttarakhand Congress Leaders Joins AAP
Uttarakhand Congress News: Uttarakhand Congress has got three setbacks in a single day. Rajendra Prasad Raturi, Kamlesh Raman, and Kuldeep Chaudhary have left the Congress and joined the Aam Aadmi Party.
The Congress party has suffered a major setback in Uttarakhand. In fact, 3 big leaders of Uttarakhand Congress left the party in a single day and joined the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). Rajendra Prasad Raturi, Kamlesh Raman, and Kuldeep Choudhary on Monday resigned from the primary membership of the Congress. Let us know that Uttarakhand Congress spokesperson Rajendra Prasad Raturi, the party’s social media advisor Kuldeep Chaudhary and state Mahila Congress Vice President Kamlesh Raman joined the Aam Aadmi Party in the presence of Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia. After the Uttarakhand Congress suffered three setbacks in a single day, the internal situation of the party was discussed at the house of Congress leader and former cabinet minister Harak Singh Rawat.
These three Congress leaders joined AAP
Uttarakhand AAP convener Jot Singh Bisht said that Manish Sisodia has expressed happiness over the joining of Rajendra Prasad Raturi, Kamlesh Raman, and Kuldeep Chaudhary in the party. He said that with the coming of these three leaders in the party, Uttarakhand AAP will be strong.
What is the reason for resignation from Congress?
According to AAP leader Jot Singh Bisht, Uttarakhand Congress spokesperson Rajendra Prasad Raturi, state Mahila Congress vice-president Kamlesh Raman and the party’s social media advisor Kuldeep Choudhary have resigned due to growing factionalism in the party despite the Congress’s defeat in the 2022 Uttarakhand assembly elections.
Meeting held at Harak Singh Rawat’s house
On the other hand, after hearing the news of the resignation of 3 Congress leaders in a single day, senior party leaders called a meeting. A meeting was held at the house of a former cabinet minister and Congress leader Harak Singh Rawat and the internal situation of the party was discussed. Significantly, former Chief Minister and General Secretary of the party Harish Rawat did not attend this meeting.