Former Haryana Congress chief Tanwar boycotts party meet

26 Sep 2019 08:13 PM

Former Haryana Congress chief Tanwar boycotts party meet

Updated 26 Sep 2019 08:13 PM

Former chief of Haryana Congress Ashok Tanwar didn't attend the party election committee meeting on Thursday, which was held to decide on candidates for the Assembly elections.

An upset Tanwar, replaced by Kumari Selja as state party chief recently said on Wednesday that, he would not attend the meeting called by his successor and former Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda as "many" in the election committee were "against" him.

"I will not attend the meeting as many in the committee are not happy with me. They have been against me since the last five years," he said, highlighting the divisions in the party unit. 

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