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Sanjay Nirupam Makes Significant Claims Regarding Ashok Chavan’s Congress Exit

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A day after the resignation of former Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok Chavan from the Congress, former party MP Sanjay Nirupam has put forth noteworthy claims, asserting that Chavan was disheartened by the working style of a leader from Maharashtra.

In a post on ‘X’, Mr. Nirupam expressed that Ashok Chavan was an invaluable asset for the party, countering notions of him being a liability or facing pressure from the Enforcement Directorate (ED). According to Nirupam, the core issue was Chavan’s dissatisfaction with the leadership style of a fellow Maharashtra leader.

“He (Chavan) had given this information to the top leadership from time to time. Had their complaints been taken seriously, this situation would not have happened,” added Mr. Nirupam, implying that the party could have averted Chavan’s resignation by addressing his concerns.

Praising the former Chief Minister’s capabilities, Nirupam highlighted Chavan’s resourcefulness, organizational skills, and strong grassroots understanding, emphasizing his significant role during the Bharat Jodo Yatra in Nanded last year.

Describing Chavan’s departure as a substantial loss for the Congress, Nirupam remarked, “His leaving Congress is a big loss for us. No one will be able to compensate for it. The responsibility of taking care of them was ours alone.”

Ashok Chavan resigned by submitting his resignation to Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee president Nana Patole. Chavan, a former MPCC president, has served in various capacities, including as the Chief Minister of Maharashtra from December 8, 2008, to November 9, 2010. His resignation comes amid corruption allegations related to the Adarsh Housing Society scam.

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