Sanjay Nirupam Predicts Dark Days For Congress, Tells It To 'learn'


Sanjay Nirupam, senior Congress leader recently held a press conference where he criticised the party and said that the party needed to adapt to changing times

Written By Ankita Chakraborty | Mumbai | Updated On:

Sanjay Nirupam, senior Congress leader and former Mumbai Congress Chief recently held a press conference at Lokhandwala, Mumbai. In a statement to the press, he spoke of the Congress Party, stating that the party does not seem to ‘need’ him anymore. Criticising the party and its behaviour towards him after the party rejected a recommendation from Nirupam for the Assembly election, he asserted that times are changing. Hence, in an announcement, he stated that the party needs to learn and understand the changing times and its requirements to properly adapt itself to the environment.

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Nirupam makes announcements 

Sanjay Nirupam made allegations of the Congress Party sidelining him. He further addressed a press conference in Mumbai in order to announce that he will not be campaigning in Maharashtra for the Congress Party in the upcoming elections. He had earlier shared his decision on social media in a series of tweets on October 3.

‘The Party needs to learn, understand the changing times and in accordance with the changing times, people who work, who are not brown-nosers, who do not conduct politics behind closed doors, they need to give importance to such people. Otherwise, the Congress Party is going to face days that are worse. The Congress Party can face worsening situations, this is what I am anticipating,’ Sanjay Nirupam said in a statement. 

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Furthermore, he conducted the conference, to reiterate his earlier Twitter announcement that he would not be taking any part in the electoral process.

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