Ajay Yadav quits Congress, hits out at Kamal Nath, Bhupinder Singh Hooda

By: | Published: July 29, 2016 7:00 PM

Accusing senior Congress leader Kamal Nath of "undermining his prestige", party's former MLA Ajay Yadav today announced his decision to quit the party.

"Friends I gave my youth and life for the Congress party and worked as true soldier of the party but my ego has been hurt I quit congress," he said in another tweet. (Source: IE)“Friends I gave my youth and life for the Congress party and worked as true soldier of the party but my ego has been hurt I quit congress,” he said in another tweet. (Source: IE)

Accusing senior Congress leader Kamal Nath of “undermining his prestige”, party’s former MLA Ajay Yadav today announced his decision to quit the party.

In a series of tweets and a Facebook post, the former Rewari MLA accused “some people of undermining” his “endurance and capacity to work for the party” and expressed his displeasure over “importance” being given to former chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda claiming “BS Hooda is Supreme and others are insignificant”.

Yadav claimed he had given his entire life to the party but said in return he got “humiliation and pain by those who had allegedly looted the state exchequer”.

“Some people are misleading and undermining my endurance and capacity to work for the party and I believe in destiny, God, karma and friends,” Yadav said in a tweet.

“Friends I gave my youth and life for the Congress party and worked as true soldier of the party but my ego has been hurt I quit congress,” he said in another tweet.

He attacked Kamal Nath saying,”Mr Kamalnath you in a month mislead high command and undermined my prestige, you have 40 years of experience but I too have 30 years of work.”

“My father (Rao Abhey Singh) was true Congressmen and I too had great faith in Nehru-Gandhi family but BS Hooda is Supreme and others are insignificant,” he said.

Though Yadav remained incommunicado, the former minister was reportedly perturbed for not being called by Kamal Nath, who is party incharge of Haryana affairs, in a meeting at Delhi to end party’s “internal bickering”.
Initially Yadav was asked to attend the meeting but later he was told not to come.

In 2014, Yadav had resigned from his ministerial post while accusing Hooda of sidelining him. At that time, he was posted as Power minister, but he later withdrew his resignation.

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