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Vivid News 24: A day after criticizing the BBC documentary India: The Modi Question on PM Modi, Congress politician Anil Antony, the son of former Union minister AK Antony, left the party. The leader of the Congress claimed he was receiving “intolerant calls” to take down his tweet, but he refused to comply.

Instead, he submitted his letter of resignation on Wednesday. In his tweet, he implied that Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra was the cause of the hate and abuse that had been posted on his Facebook wall by people who supported the journey.

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In his letter of resignation, Anil said, “Considering the events from yesterday, I believe it would be appropriate for me to leave all my roles in the Congress.” Anil also resigned from his positions as national coordinator of the Congress social media and digital communication cell and convener of the KPCC’s digital media cell.

He said in his letter of resignation that he had been informed that a group of “sycophants and chamchas” are eager to collaborate with “the coterie around the leadership.” Unfortunately, we don’t share a lot of interests, he wrote.

“I’m confident that I have special abilities of my own that would have allowed me to contribute greatly to the party in several ways. But by this point, I am well aware that you, your coworkers, and the leadership coterie only want to work with a group of chamchas and sycophants who would unquestionably be at your beck and call. This has now replaced all other criteria for merit. Sadly, there isn’t much we can agree on “read his letter.

Amid the simmering controversy around the program on the Gujarat riots from 2002 that was critical of then-Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Anil Antony claimed on Tuesday that he sees the BBC as a state-sponsored channel with a long history of prejudices. He said that the Iraq War was started by Jack Straw, a former foreign secretary for the UK. The “secret” research that the UK government was conducting at the time was covered by Straw in the program’s opening part.

Despite having significant disagreements with the BJP, he tweeted on Tuesday, “I believe those in India placing views of the BBC, a UK state-sponsored channel with a long history of prejudice, and Jack Straw, the architect of the Iraq war, over Indian institutions is setting a dangerous precedent and will undermine our sovereignty.”

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