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Ex-Congress MLA Dushmant Naik Decides To Quit Party

Bhawanipatna17/6/17:: Alleging humiliation and negligence, former Congress MLA from Bhawanipatna, Dushmant Naik today said he would quit the party.

In an interview to OTV, Naik said his decision to quit the party is due to his dissatisfaction over party affairs and deception by some leaders of the party.

“I had a key role in building party’s base in Kesinga NAC and Kesinga block. Of late I was trying to strengthen party’s grassroots in my own constituency Bhawanipatna but some Congress leaders tried to back stab me so I have decided to quit the party,” Naik told OTV.

Naik did not hold anyone responsible for his decision but stated that since there’s no future for him in the party, he prefers quitting.

Sources said, Naik who was a staunch supporter of Lulu Mohapatra has reportedly been sidelined after the demise of the strongman

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