Ajay Yadav to soon meet central Cong leadership in Delhi
Senior Congress leader Ajay SinghYadav, who resigned as power minister of Haryana will soon meet the central leadership of the party in the national capital.The six-time MLA from Rewari will soon be meeting Congress.chandigarh Updated: Jul 30, 2014 19:13 IST
Senior Congress leader Ajay SinghYadav, who resigned as power minister of Haryana will soon meet the central leadership of the party in the national capital.The six-time MLA from Rewari will soon be meeting Congress.
General Secretary Shakeel Ahmed, who is party's in-charge for Haryana affairs, and other leaders.
Mounting rebellion against Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh
Hooda ahead of the Assembly polls, Yadav yesterday resigned from the ministry and attacked him for "failing to learn lessons" from the Lok Sabha election debacle.On Hooda asking him to reconsider his decision, Yadav told PTI , "I am going to meet my leaders in Delhi. I will not like to speak anything on this issue now before meeting my leaders".
Yesterday, Yadav had said that he felt "powerless" and "sidelined" in the Hooda ministry.
After handing over his resignation to Hooda, Yadav had also alleged "bias" in matters of development and recruitment and flayed the controversial induction of members to various commissions and statutory bodies and "domination" of the bureaucracy.
Hooda, after having come under attack from his detractors,post the minister's resignation issue, today, sought to downplay it (resignation issue) during a press conference.
"I have got his resignation and I have asked him to reconsider it. I am waiting for his answer," Hooda told reporters, adding, that Yadav had not given any reason in his resignation.
Hooda, however, indicated that the party was trying to persuade Yadav, a prominent leader from south Haryana, to take back his resignation.
Hooda, meanwhile, hit out at his detractors, claiming their actions were guided by "vested interests".
"What he (Yadav) says tomorrow, wait for that. Yesterday is gone and wait for tomorrow," he said. PTI