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Barkha Singh quits party post, blames Rahul and Maken

20 Avril 2017

"When the same was brought to the notice of Rahul Gandhi, our pleas fell on deaf ears", she claimed.

Singh also accused Rahul Gandhi of ignoring complaints of harassment.

In another blow to Congress party, former DCW chairperson, Barkha Shukla Singh has shot off a letter to media making grave charges against the Delhi Congress president, Ajay Maken. Mr Biswa had squarely blamed Mr Gandhi for his quitting the Congress, alleging that the party vice president paid more attention to his pet than him when he went to meet him in Delhi. More so on the first day of Navratra when scores of office bearers of Delhi Mahila Congress asssembeled outside Mr Rahul Gandhi's residence to apprise him of the wrong doings of the Delhi Congress and Mahila Congress leadership, we were told by Rahul Gandhis office that they didnt care about any Navratra and we were asked to leave.

She, however, added that she did not know if the message was conveyed by Rahul Gandhi or someone else.

However, Singh, who had complained against "neglect" of women workers in ticket distribution for the municipal elections, alleged that the voice of party workers was "snubbed" and their grievances were not addressed.

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"The same night, he was partying at Shangri La hotel", Barkha, who flashed a photo of Rahul partying inside a hotel, said. "I was seeking an appointment from vice president Rahul Gandhi for the last one year but could not succeed".

Slamming Rahul Gandhi for not addressing issues within his own party, Shukla asked in the letter, "Why does Rahul Gandhi shy away from meeting party leaders who ask him questions?"

"She is not a "loyal soldier" but a back-stabber who is deliberately trying to harm the party at a crucial juncture", Mukherjee said.

In a setback to the Congress ahead of the April 23 MCD polls, former Delhi Congress chief Arvinder Singh Lovely and former Youth Congress leader Amit Malik quit the party and joined the BJP on Tuesday.

When asked why some leaders were calling for his elevation to the post of party president, she said that 'senior most leaders of the party are of the view that Rahul is unfit to lead the Congress.

Barkha Singh quits party post, blames Rahul and Maken