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Now former IRS officer left Congress, Preeta Harit said – feels like an orphan there, management is bad

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The Congress party has suffered another major setback. Now former IAS officer Preeta Harit has said goodbye to the party. Preeta Harit has resigned from the Congress party. After her resignation, Preeta Harit said that ‘the management here is very bad. Feels like an orphan here. They do not use our services. I had joined the party here for the rights of the Dalit Bahujan community. But the party is ignoring their issues. He said that there is a lot of confusion in the Congress party. We don’t know who to report and who will give us work.

Let us let you know that after Captain Amarinder Singh’s announcement to quit the party and Navjot Singh Sidhu’s resignation from the post of Punjab Congress state president, there has been a ruckus within the party. Many leaders have resigned from their posts in Punjab, while many senior leaders have raised questions on the working style of the party.

Congress has also suffered a setback in UP. Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi is touring the state in an attempt to strengthen the party in Uttar Pradesh, but despite this, the departure of leaders from the party has not stopped and in this episode the new name is the vice president of the party’s state unit, Gayadin Anuragi. Joined the Samajwadi Party on Friday. Anuragi joined the SP on Friday at a press conference of the Samajwadi Party in the presence of the party’s national president Akhilesh Yadav.

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When asked about joining the SP, Anuragi, a former Rath (Hamirpur) MLA, said that he was not feeling comfortable in the Congress, as he was not listened to there. Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi on Friday completed a five-day visit to the state to review the party’s election preparedness.

In the presence of Samajwadi Party President Yadav, Jan Parivartan Dal President JP Dhangarh announced the merger of his party with the SP. Those joining the SP include Dalit Mahasabha national president Rahul Bharti, former Balrampur MP and three-time MLA Rizwan Zaheer, former MLA RP Kushwaha, Vinod Chaturvedi. Gondwana Gantantra Party national president Tuleshwar Singh also announced his support to the SP. The eunuchs of the Kinnar Mahasabha also joined the party on Friday.

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