Hurt and Ignored LK Advani resigns from all posts of BJP

Jul 2 13:23 2013 Rinki Rawat Print This Article

The latest news announcement of Mr. Narendra Modi could have been pleasurable for some and harsh for others. But,Guest Posting next morning in breaking news resignation of senior minister Mr. L.K. Advani shook the entire Bharatiya Janata Party from its roots. He resigned from all the three main constitutes of the party: national executive, parliamentary board and the election committee. This has not been the first time this year that the party is crippling over internal fights. Earlier, for the Chief Minister post in Karnataka, B.S. Yedurappa also appalled the party members by not giving aforesaid resignation. With its division of thoughts out in the open, an embarrassed Bharatiya Janata Party quickly called a meeting of its parliamentary board, one of the three bodies from which Advani resigned.

Quitting from all the party posts came into decision, apparently opposing the elevation of his one-time greatest supporter Gujarat chief minister Mr. Narendra Modi as election campaign committee chief. Angry and upset from the big decision being taken in absence of him, next day only he sent a resignation letter to BJP secretary, Rajnath Singh. In his resignation letter though he didn’t mentioned name of Modi but intentions of resignation were clear. In current news here is the letter sent by Advani to BJP’s secretary.
“For some time I have been finding it difficult to reconcile either with the current functioning of the party, or the direction in which it is going. I no longer have the feeling that this is the same idealistic party formed in 1951 by Shyama Prasad Mookerji, Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay, Nanaji Deshmukh and Atal Bihari Vajpayee, whose sole concern was the country and its people.
Most leaders of ours are now concerned just with their personal agendas. I have decided, therefore, to resign from the three main fora of the party: national executive, parliamentary board and the election committee.
This may be regarded as my resignation letter.”

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These grief words of LK Advani instantly shook the party and top members hurried to his place and requested to revoke his resignation plea. In an ardent way, Narendra Modi also pleaded Advani Ji to take his resignation back and not to disappoint BJP party activists. The Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS), the BJP's core “Hindutva” platform, called it an unfortunate progress. In latest news, with Advani’s resignation other allies also turned their cards by saying that, it would be hard for them now to remain a part of NDA.

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