Milind Deora quits as Mumbai Congress chief, hints at playing a national role to help 'stabilise party'
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Milind Deora quits as Mumbai Congress chief, hints at playing a national role to help 'stabilise party'

By FIRST POST calender  07-Jul-2019

Milind Deora quits as Mumbai Congress chief, hints at playing a national role to help 'stabilise party'

Mumbai Congress president Milind Deora on Sunday announced his resignation from the post and said he looks forward to playing a role at the national level to help stabilise the party.
Deora had expressed his desire to quit shortly after meeting Congress leader Rahul Gandhi in New Delhi on 26 June. "The same has been conveyed to All India Congress Committee general secretaries Mallikarjun Kharge and KC Venugopal," he said in a statement.
The statement issued by his office on Sunday said taking on the BJP-Shiv Sena and negating the impact of Vanchit Aghadi is a challenge for the Congress in Maharashtra.
Deora was appointed the president of the Mumbai Congress a month before the Lok Sabha polls held earlier this year. He contested the Lok Sabha poll from Mumbai-South constituency but lost to Shiv Sena candidate Arvind Sawant.

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