New Delhi: Narendra Tandon takes back his resignation. Earlier he had given a resignation letter to Amit Shah where he said that it was not possible for him to keep up with the dictatorial terms of Kiran Bedi. He even called BJP’s Chief Ministerial candidate for Delhi a ‘Dictator’.
Later in the day, Narendra Tandon was quoted to ‘regret’ the move. Kiran Bedi’s election programme-in-charge has withdrawn his resignation letter from Amit Shah. According to sources, Tandon has even apologized for the letter.
With the Delhi polls to go underway on Feb 7, the resignation saga in the BJP has certainly taken the centre stage of attraction.