Removal from post: Ayanur Manjunath chooses to be silent
By Express News Service - SHIMOGA
23rd September 2012 09:03 AM
“I do not know why I am removed from the post of spokesperson of the BJP. Party state unit president has to answer for this development. Later, I will give my response,” said Rajya Sabha Member Ayanur Manjunath.
He said here on Saturday that he did not know whether he was removed from the post as his services were not required for the party or for speaking against Deputy Chief Minister R Ashok.
“As the party president has taken the decision, he should react to this. I will respect the decision. I am committed to the decision taken by the party. I will not question this because, there are many workers like me in the party. They could have taken this decision in order to give opportunity to others. Neither I am disappointed nor happy. But I would speak to party state president to know the reason for the development,” he said.
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