National Media Coordinator of Congress party Rachit Seth on Thursday tendered his resignation from the post saying that there was no meaning for him to continue when Rahul Gandhi had resigned from the post of party president..
Taking on to Twitter, Rachit wrote, "I am free from any political position. Free to air my views. I thanks @RahulGandhi & @rssurjewala for providing me this opportunity to work for the party."
"Karnataka and Goa developments depict that anarchy is creeping in where opportunists and power brokers are having the last laugh. No point in blaming BJP... fault within," he said, quickly adding that his tweets were personal in nature.
Later, while announcing his resignation, he said: "My life and blood will always carve for a liberal and progressive India and Indira Gandhi shall always remain my inspiration."
Earlier many prominent party leaders from the party called it quits from their currently held posts after Rahul Gandhi, a week back, took to Twitter and posted a long letter confirming his resignation as the party president.
Congress leader and former Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia on Sunday announced to resign from the post of party general secretary.
"Accepting the people's verdict and taking accountability, I had submitted my resignation as General Secretary of AICC to Shri @RahulGandhi. I thank him for entrusting me with this responsibility and for giving me the opportunity to serve our party," Scindia tweeted from his official Twitter account.