Master Stroke: Tariq Anwar quits NCP, LS; unfortunate, says party

28 Sep 2018 10:33 PM

Master Stroke: Tariq Anwar quits NCP, LS; unfortunate, says party

Updated 28 Sep 2018 10:33 PM

In a jolt to the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), one of its founding leaders, Tariq Anwar, on Friday quit the party and the Lok Sabha expressing disagreement with party chief Sharad Pawar who he said gave a clean chit to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the Rafale deal.

"I have resigned from the NCP as well as the membership of Lok Sabha because I totally disagree with Sharad Pawar's statement in support of Modi on Rafale deal," he told the media here.

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