Shillong, April 25: Senior Advocate V. G Kynta has resigned as a member of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Meghalaya.
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Speaking to media persons, Kynta informed that since joining BJP he had never been assigned to any duties or till date the party had never involved him in any decision pertaining to the party matter.
Kynta informed that he had sent a letter to the state BJP chief Ernest Mawrie that he had joined the party with the hope and aspiration to do something for the people of the state however the state president has not received any response.
"Throughout the Assembly election, the BJP Meghalaya has not assigned me any duties and this is a clear humiliation to me personally as I had joined the party with the hope to do something for the people, party and the state as a whole," said Kynta.
Kynta alleged that this rejection by the party is a big humiliation for him and he does not want to be used as a mantelpiece as he is a person who loves to stoke a fire.
"Since the party had never accepted me, I feel it is the right decision for me to disassociate from BJP Meghalaya" he added.