Jolt to BJP as Election Campaign in-charge of Kiran Bedi resigns

New Delhi, Feb 02: In a big jolt to BJP, its state executive member and Kiran Bedi's election campaign in-charge Narendra Tandon resigned from the party ahead of the assembly polls in Delhi.

Tandon quit the party for the dictatorial attitude of party's Chief Ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi and her staff. He has sent his resignation letter to party president Amit Shah.

Tondon seems to be upset with party's decision to project Bedi as the CM face for the assembly elections. He could not accept party's decision.

However, BJP said that Tondon was not appointed as the campaign in-charge for Bedi. He was one of the coordinators and resigning from party has become a part of his habit. Earlier, he had resigned twice.