Chief minister Tarun Gogoi sent Chandan Brahma’s resignation letter to governor suggesting him to accept it immediately a day after the transport minister put in his papers.
Talking to reporters in Dispur on Saturday, Gogoi said that Brahma’s resignation won’t have any adverse impact on his government.
“ It wont harm our government. It was his own decision to quit and I have nothing to say. But it would benefit the Congress,” said Gogoi. Notably, Brahma resigned on Friday a day after BPF decided to severe its alliance with Congress.
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