Finally Pradyot Kishore Deb Barman has quit the Congress party.
He was the president of Tripura Pradesh Congress and resigned from his post a few days ago.
On Tuesday the morning, he officially declared about his resignation as the party president and also gave up all the primary membership of the party.
Pradyot told to Northeast Now that he resigned from his post.
He said, “Some people sitting in BJP and tried to control the Congress in Tripura and general secretary Luizinho Faleiro is listing them and acting as they want.”
Pradyot also wrote in his official Twitter handle:
‘I tried and perhaps I lost but then how could I win when I was alone in this fight from the beginning ?
I have decided that a positive mindset to life is what I need and
I have changed the people around me who are negative.’
In his official facebook page, Pradyot also announced his resignation, of course repeating some lines from Twitter:
‘Woke up today after a long time feeling relaxed.
I start this day without having to listen to criminals and liars. Not having to worry about which colleague will back stab u ,not having to indulge in groupism and backchat.
Not having to listen to ‘High Command’ on how to accommodate corrupt people in high positions.
When I woke up relaxed this morning I realised how my health and my life was being affected because I was not ready to allow wrong elements in our society get into posts and position which would destroy our state.
I tried and perhaps I lost but then how could I win when I was alone in this fight from the beginning?
I have decided that a positive mindset to life is what I need and I have changed the people around me who are negative.
Today I can contribute for my state with a clear and honest mind. The Bubagra in me is more powerful than any political post.’
State Congress leader Tapas Dey said, “We will miss him as a clean and visionary leader.”
Tapas Dey told Northeast Now, “He has some reasons to resign.”
“If those reasons will adjust in the future then he may think about his decision again, added Dey.
He also quipped, “Because there is nothing impossible in politics.”