Bihar Congress Committee spokesman Vinod Sharma has resigned from the party. He told the reason behind leaving the party that he is unhappy with the fact that the Congress leaders are demanding evidence from the Indian Air Force on the action taken in Pakistan. He described the leaders of Congress leaders as "embarrassing" to demand the evidence of air strikes.
Vinod Sharma wrote to Congress president Rahul Gandhi and said that he is ashamed even after being a Congressman. Talking to reporters in Patna after the resignation of the party, the spokesperson questioned his own party.
Vinod said, "seeking evidence of air strikes is like breaking the morale of the country's army." For such reasons, the situation of the Congress is getting worse and people are now thinking of the Congress as the agent of Pakistan.
He said, 'We have a country above the party and the country is paramount.' He also accused the state president Madan Mohan Jha of taking money in the name of joining the panel and said that he has been serving the party for 30 years and has decided to take such a decision with great heart. Sharma was given the responsibility of the spokesman in the recently concluded Congress Pradesh Committee.