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Senior Congress Leader Om Prakash Bidhuri Resigns Over Alliance Disagreement

New Delhi: In a significant development, veteran Congress leader Om Prakash Bidhuri has tendered his resignation from the primary membership of the party. Bidhuri, who has served the Indian National Congress in Delhi for three decades, cited his disagreement with the recent alliance between the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and the Congress Party for the ongoing Lok Sabha elections in Delhi as the reason for his resignation.

Expressing gratitude towards the Congress leadership for the opportunities provided to him over the years, Bidhuri emphasized his stance against the alliance with AAP. His decision to step down comes amidst a political landscape marked by strategic alliances and realignments, particularly in the context of the current electoral scenario in Delhi.

Bidhuri’s resignation underscores the complexities and challenges faced by political parties in navigating coalition politics and balancing ideological differences. As a seasoned figure within the Congress ranks, his departure may reverberate through the party’s Delhi Pradesh Committee, potentially impacting its dynamics and strategies moving forward.

It remains to be seen how Bidhuri’s resignation will influence the ongoing political narrative in Delhi and the broader implications it may have on the electoral landscape.