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'Can't give anti-sanatana slogan': Congress leader Gaurav Vallabh's farewell letter to the party leader

Leader Online Desk : “Today the Congress party is moving in a directionless direction. I cannot make anti-sanatism slogans. Not speaking well of the wealth creators in the country, Congress leader Gaurav Vallabh announced, “I am resigning from all posts and primary membership of the Congress party expressing regret. Ahead of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, Congress leader Gaurav Vallabh resigned from the primary membership of the party on Thursday. After this, X has posted a two-page resignation letter to Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge, criticizing the policies of the party and raising questions.

The current directionless movement of the Congress party

In his letter, Gaurav Vallabh has said that the Congress party is currently moving in a directionless direction. So I am leaving the party. Today I cannot make anti-sanatism slogans. One cannot speak against those who misuse the country's wealth. Therefore, I am resigning from all posts and primary membership of the Congress Party. Vallabh said.

The entire Hindu society seems to be opposing the party

On one hand we talk about caste wise census and on the other hand the entire Hindu society seems to be opposing the party. This style of working gives a misleading message to the society. He also clarified in the letter that this party is a supporter of a particular religion, which is against the basic principles of the Congress.

Is it wrong to do business in our country and make money?”

Congress' stance on economic matters has always been to insult and abuse the wealth creators of the country. Today we have gone against the liberalisation, privatization and globalization (LPG) policies. For the implementation of which the world has given us full credit. Is it wrong to earn money by doing business in our country?”, he has also asked this question.

I should use my financial capacity for the benefit of the country. I had joined the Congress party for this. The economic policy of the party could have been presented at the national level. But it was not useful in the manifesto or policy of the party. It is nothing short of breath-taking for a person like me who knows about financial matters,” he added.

Who is Gaurav Vallabh?

Gaurav Vallabh is a resident of Pipar village in Jodhpur district. After completing his PhD, he was appointed as a professor at XLRI College, Jamshedpur. He entered politics by joining the Congress. He was the national spokesperson of the party. In the 2019 assembly elections, he had contested from the Congress from the Jamshedpur East constituency. After this, in 2023, he contested Rajasthan Assembly elections from Udaipur constituency.

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