Alliance with BJP: Muslim leaders resign from JDS

As the alliance with the NDA became official in view of the next Lok Sabha elections, some Muslim leaders of the JDS expressed displeasure and decided to leave the party.

The party’s senior state vice-president Syed Shafiullah has submitted his resignation from all posts in the party and the primary position of the party

Other party state working president NM Nabi, former state minority unit president Naseer Hussain, youth unit working president NM Noor, and leaders Mohid Altaf have also decided to resign from the party.

After the official announcement of the JDS alliance with the BJP, the Muslim leaders of the JDS party, who held a meeting at Kumarakrupa in Bengaluru, decided to distance themselves from the party and resign.

Former Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy met Union Home Minister Amit Shah and BJP National President JP Nadda in Delhi and completed the alliance process.

Syed Shafiullah has resigned from all party posts and primary positions including senior state vice president of the party. He has written a letter to party chief HD Deve Gowda and submitted his resignation.

“Earlier we had expressed our opposition to the alliance with the BJP. However, the decision to join hands with the BJP has been taken. “Many leaders have decided to leave the party due to our opposition,” said Syed Shafiullah.

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