After presenting four reports on Kashmir unrest, CCG’s Sinha quits BJP



Former Union finance minister Yashwant Sinha on Saturday announced his decision to quit the BJP saying that he is taking a “sanyas” from any kind of party politics.

Sinha heads the Concerned Citizens Group (CCG) that has been visiting Kashmir since 2016 summer, interacting with people and releasing reports on the prevailing situation.

The Group comprised Yashwant Sinha (former Finance and External Affairs Minister), Air Vice Marshal (Retd) KapilKak, Sushobha Barve (Executive Secretary of Centre for Dialogue and Reconciliation) and Bharat Bhushan (Journalist) Wajahat Habibullah.

“Today I am taking ‘sanyas’ from any kind of party politics, today I am ending all ties with the BJP,”newsgatherer quoted Sinha saying during an event in Patna.

Sinha said that democratic institutions are being undermined under the NDA regime and vowed to work for the protection of democracy in India.

He also blamed the NDA government for the impasse in Parliament during the Budget session.


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