Patna: In a major setback to the Congress in the Kosi region of Bihar, several party leaders joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Sunday. Several Congress leaders from the Kosi area, led by Saharsa District Congress Vice President Ramendra Pratap Bablu, joined the BJP in the presence of Bihar government ministers Neeraj Singh Bablu and Alok Ranjan Jha and joined the party.
Ramendra Pratap Babu resigned from his post and primary membership in the Congress a few days ago. He sent his resignation to Bihar Pradesh unit president Madan Mohan Jha. Bablu had accused the Congress that the workers in the party do not get respect and the Congress party has become completely dysfunctional in the Kosi region.
Ramendra Pratap Babu says that it was because of the neglect of the workers in the Congress that he decided to leave the party and join the BJP. Ramendra Pratap Bablu said that “There is no question of workers in Congress and they are constantly ignored. After being with the Congress for many years, I decided to join the BJP ”.