Former Congress legislator Jang Bahadur Singh today said he had left the party as he was displeased with its policies and that he had tendered his resignation.
"Being displeased with the policies and ways of the party, I have tendered my resignation. The party which could bag only seven seats in last assembly election has failed to play its role as a strong opposition," he said.
On whether he would join any other party, Singh said, "Wait and watch, my decision will always be related to people of my region."
Singh declared to move out of the Congress after the party's vice president, Rahul Gandhi, concluded his three day visit on October 6.
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