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the Congress announced it was expelling Vasan. Party spokesman Ajoy Kumar said Vasan has been “expelled” with immediate effect for his “inappropriate” statements ALSO READ: History repeats itself These statements were aimed largely at AICC general secretary in-charge of Tamil Nadu Mukul Wasnik Wasnik and B S Gnanadesikan a close aide of Vasan and until recently the party chief in Tamil Nadu had faced off at a meeting in New Delhi on Thursday where Wasnik reportedly opposed the TNCC’s decision to launch a membership drive using pictures of veteran Tamil Nadu leaders K Kamaraj and Moopanar on the membership cards Sources said Wasnik demanded that the cards have pictures only of Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi Later Gnanadesikan quit as party unit chief setting the stage for Vasan’s breakaway move Wasnik dismissed the Vasan camp’s allegations as baseless PTI quoted him as saying “I am not aware of any single reason (for the parting of ways by Vasan) He has enjoyed all respect within the party He was a minister in the UPA government and was an important leader of the party in Tamil Nadu” In Chennai Vasan said he was worried about the way the Congress was functioning in Tamil Nadu He said the party would follow the path set by Kamaraj and Moopanar Moopanar had formed the TMC with a large number of leaders and all 20 Congress MPs after then prime minister Narasimha Rao had decided to strike an alliance with the AIADMK without consulting the state unit If that was a blow Vasan’s move comes when the Congress is already struggling in Tamil Nadu Vasan’s camp claimed three of the five Congress MLAs in the state would join the new party though only two have confirmed it Sources added that they would have the support of 18 to 20 of the 50 district committee presidents Besides Gnanadesikan former TMC leader Peter Alphonse was another important face that appeared alongside Vasan during Monday’s announcement New TNCC president E V K S Elangovan who was appointed on Sunday after Gnanadesikan’s resignation urged Vasan not to quit the party However he added “If Vasan insists on floating a new party his exit will not hurt the Congress” (With PTI inputs) For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News 2014 1:14 am G K Vasan is surrounded by supporters in Chennai after he announced his decision. download Indian Express App More Related News There was also a face-off between ruling National Conference (NC) and Congress members over legality of the privileges committee of the Legislative Council with NC members staging a walkout.the next general elections,said while inspiring younger ones to have determination to do? Fences were erected and tiling was done. built pillars and fences around the room, Bhagat Singh,By: PTI | Vadodara | Published: March 23

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