In Trinamool’s Haryana unit, an exodus of leaders
Ironically, those who left the party have blamed Singh for the unit’s “sad state” and have levelled all kinds of allegations starting from Singh’s “autocratic” style of functioning to fund embezzlement by him.
Singh seems to be alone in his endeavour as his deputy, Sunder Pal, too quit the party this week.
An unfazed Singh, while speaking to The Indian Express, termed the exodus of leaders as “good riddance”. “I myself created the circumstances that made these people leave, as they only been been a burden and the main obstruction in revamping the party,” Singh said.
Singh, a Rajya Sabha member, had appointed Sunder Pal as his deputy. “I made a wrong choice. There is a long list of former and present senior leaders of various parties who want to join the Trinamool but they were all reluctant to join us under the present set of leaders. Hence, we had no choice but to clean our slate before writing on it afresh,” Singh added.
He is planning to file a criminal defamation suit against his former party colleagues who have accused him of corruption. “They should first inform the sources from
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