Grandson of C Rajagopalachari, the Congress media panelist and first Indian Governor-General, CR Kesavan has resigned from his post as a Trustee of the Tamil Nadu Congress Committee Charitable Trust and quit congress.
While announcing this decision on Wednesday he said that he had not seen any “vestige of the value that made him work for the party for over 20 years”.
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“I can no longer in good conscience can say that I concur with what the Party presently symbolizes, stands for nor seeks to propagate. That’s the reason why I had recently declined an organisational responsibility at the national level and also refrained from participating in the Bharat Jodo Yatra,” Kesavan’s resignation letter read.
Moreover, he informed that he has not yet talked about the matter with any of the party members and was unsure of what will unfold next. Later, he thanked Congress president Sonia Gandhi for entrusting big responsibilities on him.