After leaving Congress, AK Antony’s son called his colleagues ‘spoon’

Anil Antony, son of former Kerala Chief Minister and veteran Congress leader AK Antony, on Wednesday resigned from the party after he expressed his displeasure against it. BBC Documentary Prime Minister Narendra Modi on – India: Modi Question.

In his resignation letter, Anil Antony wrote, “Looking at the events since yesterday, I believe it would be appropriate for me to step down from all my roles in the Congress,” said Anil, both KPCC Digital Media Convenor and as abdicated his duty. He is also the National Coordinator of Congress Social Media and Digital Communication Cell.

He also claimed that he was receiving ‘threat calls’ and ‘hateful messages’ to retract his tweet, but he did not. congress leader He announced his resignation from all posts on his official Twitter handle today.

“I have resigned from my roles in @incindia @INCKerala. Intolerable calls by fighters for free speech to withdraw the tweet. I refuse @Facebook wall of hate/abuse by trek supporters to promote love! Hypocrisy is your name! Life goes on. Revised resignation letter below,” Antony tweeted.

He also said that the leadership is only willing to work with a bunch of ‘sycophants’ and ‘chamchas’.

“I am sure I have unique strengths of my own which enable me to contribute very effectively to the party in many ways. However, by now I am well aware that you, your colleagues and the leadership around K’s troupe is only willing to work with a bunch of sycophants and spoons who will unquestioningly act at your behest.”

Anil Antony on Tuesday said that despite major differences with the BJP, those who support and hold the views of British broadcaster and former UK foreign secretary Jack Straw are the “brains behind the Iraq War” (including the US-led alliance in 2003) are setting a dangerous precedent on Indian institutions.

two parts BBC Documentary “India: The Modi Question” claims that it examined some aspects related to the 2002 Gujarat riots, when Modi was the state’s chief minister. The documentary has not been screened in India.

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