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Tamil Nadu Bharatiya Janata Party OPC Trichy-based Surya Siva, who was sacked as the party’s state secretary, has announced his resignation from the party.
The party’s O.P.C. Pariwin’s former state secretary Surya Siva, in a statement posted on his Twitter page, said, “Thank you brother Annamalai.
Traveling in this party has been my pleasant experience so far. You are the biggest treasure for Tamil Nadu BJP. BJP will definitely win the upcoming elections. It will achieve a double goal.
“If that is to be achieved, the State Organization General Secretary Kesava Vinayagam must be replaced. If not, the BJP in Tamil Nadu will be like the BJP in the past. Lasts. With this, the BJP I end the relationship with My love to you forever, brother.
Surya Siva, the son of Tiruchi Siva, a member of Parliament of the DMK, accused the DMK of succession politics and joined the BJP on May 8 in the presence of state president Annamalai.
After this, Surya, who gave a series of interviews to the media, said that there is succession politics in the DMK and that he was sidelined within the party.
In this situation, the telephone conversation between Surya Siva and Daisy, the head of BJP’s minority wing, was published in the media a few days ago.
In it, Surya Siva insulted Daisy with the most degrading words. In that telephonic conversation he had also leveled the worst allegations against the State Organization Secretary Kesava Vinayakam.
The party leadership conducted an inquiry into the matter and removed Surya Siva from his post. State President Annamalai said that he can continue his work as a volunteer and before that he will be reinstated if he has faith in him.
Along with him, Gayatri Raghuram, secretary of the Overseas and Neighboring States Tamil Development Association, was also sacked.
After this, Suriya Siva and Daisy met the media together and said that they are getting along like sister and brother. It was widely mocked on social media.
In this situation, Suriya Siva has left the party accusing BJP’s state organizational secretary Kesavavinayak.
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