Maharashtra: Former Union Minister Jaisingrao Gaekwad resigned from BJP, was annoyed by the constant neglect


Former Union Minister and senior BJP leader Jaisingrao Gaekwad Patil resigned from the party on Tuesday. He sent his resignation letter to Maharashtra BJP President Chandrakant Patil on Tuesday morning.

Jaisingrao Gaekwad said after the resignation that I was not happy with the neglect of the party leadership continuously for 10 years. That is why I have resigned from the party. I am willing to work for the party, but the party is not giving me a chance, so I took this step.

In his letter to Chandrakant Patil, he said that he is also resigning from the primary membership of the state BJP unit and the party. He claimed, I no longer want to be a Member of Parliament or a Member of the Legislative Assembly. I wanted to work to strengthen the party and I have been demanding such responsibility for a decade. But still, the party did not give me a chance.

Jaisingrao Gaekwad further said, the party does not want those who have made efforts to make the party stand in the state. At the same time, when State BJP President Chandrakant Patil was contacted, he refused to comment on the matter.