Congress Worker Expelled For Poster Demanding Rahul Gandhi's Resignation

01/03/2015 10:24 AM IST | Updated 15/07/2016 8:25 AM IST
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NEW DELHI, INDIA - FEBRUARY 7: Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi shows his ink-marked finger after casting his vote at a polling station during the Delhi Assembly Elections 2015, at Aurangjeb Lane on February 7, 2015 in New Delhi, India. Delhi is headed for a record turnout on Saturday as more than 69.5% of the city's 1.33 crore voters cast their ballot till 5pm. After a slow start in the morning, polling picked up around noon, with scores of people queuing up at booths to exercise their franchise in an electrifying electoral battle that the national capital has never witnessed before. 69.5 per cent of 1.3 voters had been inked by 5 pm on Saturday, as Delhi looked set for a record turnout after a slow morning. There are 673 candidates in the fray now. Voting is taking place in 11,763 centers, located in schools. Many initial voters in middle class and posh areas were early morning walkers. (Photo by Sanjeev Verma/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)

Condemning the poster demanding the resignation of Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, party leader and former Kanpur MP Sriprakash Jaiswal on Sunday said the act was a conspiracy against the party.

"I condemn this act; it's a plot against us. Rahulji is our leader, I refuse to believe that the man behind this act is a member of the party," said Jaiswal.

Another party leader Har Prakash Agnihotri confirmed that the Congress worker responsible for the act had been expelled.

"The man behind this act has been expelled from party for six years. We will ensure that he does not join the party again," said Agnihotri.

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