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Several leaders expelled by UP Congress for anti-party activities

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The Congress government seems to be in full surge after the big defeat in 2019 Elections. It has already given a big lesson and ultimatum to all the leaders in the party by expelling a few of the members for conducting anti-party activities that no more intolerance will be tolerated.

The leaders are the face of a party, and when they do anything wrong, the whole party gets defamed because of their activities. Congress party in UP has recently shown it’s aggressive side by expelling several of its leaders because of their alleged anti-party activities. These leaders have been expelled from the party for a period of six years as per the statement by the spokesperson of Uttar Pradesh Congress Committee Brijendra Kumar.

According to ANI, This has been done just after it was reported that the general secretary of Congres Priyanka Gandhi would visit Uttar Pradesh to strengthen the party at the ground level. Priyanka will meet all the workers who’re working in their allocated division and will take their suggestion and feedback to choose the popular faces that will lead the district level committees.

The leaders who have been expelled are former MLAs Vinod Choudhary and Anuragh Narayan Singh. Others include Ram Jivan, Firoz Khan, Surendra Shukla, Gaurav Pandey, Achhan Khan, Vijma Kersarvani and Ravi Prakash Ravendra.

These leaders were allegedly indulged in anti-party activities, which could further defame the whole party. The Uttar Pradesh Congress government, therefore, had to remove them from the party so that other leaders good also get the message that no intolerance will be tolerated from now on and anybody who doesn’t seem to bring a good name to the party will be definitely thrown out. We hope this helps Congress in gaining back it’s lost image.

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