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Khurana's resignation an act of frustration: BJP

Written by: Staff

New Delhi, Apr 20 (UNI) The Bharatiya Janata Party today termed former Delhi chief minister Madan Lal Khurana's resignation from the party an act of frustration and said it would not reply to his charges.

Party spokesman Prakash Javdekar told reporters here that Mr Khurana has already been suspended from the party and his expulsion was just a formality.

He said that last time when Mr Khurana was suspended, former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee had come to his rescue, but this time, even Mr Vajpayee would not say anything.

Mr Khurana resigned today saying that he could not stay in a 'private limited company' which was infested with sex scandals and run by 'AC room leaders'. Accusing former BJP President L K Advani and the 'coterie' surrounding him as the reasons for the ills plaguing the party, and his resignation, he said he would soon expose those involved in sex scandals which had brought the party to its present decadent state.

Mr Khurana has been making statements against senior BJP leader L K Advani. He even went to the extent of saying that either Mr Advani or he would remain in the party.

He had also participated in the rally organised by Uma Bharti here and since then, participated in all her programmes.


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