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OPCC spokesperson Sulochana Das resigned from the party

Bhubaneswar:19/6/17; Odisha Pradesh Congress Committee (OPCC) spokesperson Sulochana Das resigned from the party on Mondy.

She informed about her resignation through social media that “I have resigned from Congress party”.

Earlier in the day, she met BJD supremo and Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik fuelling speculation of joining the BJD soon.

In a Facebook post she wote,” I have resigned from Congress party. With deep anguish, I have taken this decision to resign from the Congress. During the last four years the party gave me the scope to work as a spokesperson and general secretary for which I am thankful to the party. But, I was shattered everyday when I saw serious indiscipline and lack of coordination between the PCC and the Congress Legislature Party and it became very difficult for me to work in the party”.

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