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Ajay Alok resigns as JD(U) spokesperson, says doesn’t want to be source of embarrassment for Nitish Kumar

Alok shared his resignation letter, addressed to the party's state unit chief Vashishtha Narayan Singh, on Twitter

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Ajay Alok resigns as JD(U) spokesperson, says doesn’t want to be source of embarrassment for Nitish Kumar

Janata Dal-United leader Ajay Alok resigned from the post of party spokesperson on Thursday, June 13 stating that he does not wish to “source of embarrassment” for the Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.

Alok shared his resignation letter, addressed to the party’s state unit chief Vashishtha Narayan Singh, on Twitter.

“I am writing to inform you that I am resigning from post of spokesperson of the party as I feel I am not doing a good job for the party. I thank you and the party for giving me this opportunity but please accept my resignation,” the resignation letter read.

In another tweet, he wrote, “I have resigned as a Spokesperson from JDU as I think I am not doing good job as my views which are mine ofcourse do not match with my party. Thanks to my Party and my President who has always supported me and I don’t want to be a source of embarrassment for Nitish Kumar.”

The resignation comes a day after Alok rebuffed West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee after she reportedly issued a statement commending Kumar for party’s decision to contest legislative assembly polls in four states, besides Bihar, on its own.

Alok tweeted, “With the sacking of Income Tax department officials, @narendramodi has given a message that he is committed to wiping out corruption. But now, assets of those BSF officials who have been posted at borders along Bangladesh and Burma (Myanmar) must also be looked into. Bangladeshis and Rohingyas did not sneak inside just like that”.

In another tweet, he had wrote, “Only railing against @MamataOfficial will not do. We need to strengthen our own mechanism, especially when @AmitShah is our Home Minister. Illegal immigration must be curbed. When, if not now?”.

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