Maharashtra Congress leader and former min Baba Siddique resigns from party

Siddique was serving as Chairperson of Mumbai Regional Congress Committee

Baba Siddique Baba Siddique

Former minister and Maharashtra Congress leader Baba Siddique has announced his resignation from the party. The former minister tweeted that he is ending his 48 years of journey with Congress.

“I joined the Indian National Congress party as a young teenager and it has been a significant journey lasting 48 years. Today I resign from the primary membership of the Indian National Congress Party @INCIndia with immediate effect,” Siddique tweeted. He added, “There’s a lot I would have liked to express but as they say some things are better left unsaid. I thank everyone who has been a part of this journey.”

Siddique was serving as the Chairperson and Senior Vice President of the Mumbai Regional Congress Committee and Parliamentary Board of the Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee. He was elected to the Maharashtra Assembly for three consecutive terms.


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