New Delhi :
Bihar Congress leader Ashok Choudhary on Wednesday expressed his displeasure with party high command’s decision of his removal as state chief, saying he has been insulted and does not deserve such treatment.
"As a committed Congressman, I expected an honorable exit from the party post," Ashok Choudhary said.
Choudhary said he welcomes the party’s decision but has no intention to leave the party.
“I have no intention to leave the party but won’t such kind of treatment,” he said.
On Tuesday, Choudhary was removed from the post with immediate effect. The party, however, did not announce his replacement though Kaukab Quadri has been named as interim chief.
...jis tarah se humein apmanit karke nikala gaya hum woh deserve nahi karte: Ashok Choudhary, frmr Bihar Pradesh Congress Committee chief— ANI (@ANI) September 27, 2017
"Congress President Sonia Gandhi has relieved Ashok Choudhary from the post of Bihar Pradesh Congress Committee chief with immediate effect," AICC general secretary Janardan Dwivedi had said.
Abhi humara party chorrne ka koi irada nahi hai lekin yeh bhi manzoor nahi hai: Ashok Choudhary, frmr Bihar Pradesh Congress Committee chief— ANI (@ANI) September 27, 2017
"Kaukab Quadri, vice president of Bihar Pradesh Congress Committee will discharge as president of Bihar PCC till the appointment of a regular PCC chief," AICC general secretary incharge for Bihar C P Joshi had said.