Two weeks before the scheduled assembly election in the state, Ashok Tanwar, the ex-Haryana Congress chief, has resigned from the party. Tanwar announced his adieu in a letter he shared on Twitter. “I after several months of consideration tender my resignation from the primary membership of the Congress party, which I nurtured from my sweat and blood. My fight is not personal but against the system which is destroying the grand old party,” the letter read.
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The development comes a month after Ashok Tanswar was removed as the party’s state chief. Assembly elections in Maharashtra and Haryana have been scheduled to be conducted on October 21.
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