Kripashankar quit over Mumbai polls debacle: CM
Nashik: Reacting to the resignation of
Kripashankar Singh as the chief of Mumbai Congress on Wednesday,
Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan here said that
Singh had quit following the party`s bad performance in Mumbai
The Chief Minister was talking to reporters after
inaugurating the 55th All-India Police Duty Meet at
Maharashtra Police Academy this evening.
The announcement of Singh`s resignation came soon after
the Bombay High Court directed his prosecution on corruption
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