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Major jolt in AGP as 5 leaders leave posts

More trouble brews in AGP two weeks after the poll debacle. Four leaders have resigned as vice presidents owning moral responsibility for failing to put up a good show in the recent polls. They are Birendra Prasad Baishya, Hiten Goswami, Jagadish Bhuyan. All they put in their papers at the steering body meet on Sunday.

On the other hand, MP Joseph Toppo has resigned as the vice president of the party. He resigned a couple of days back. But the party leadership have not disclosed it. Chandra Mohan patowary was first to resign as party president for poll debacle. But only to be rejected.

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