List Of Leaders Who left Congress Party Today In 2022 – Full List

List Of Leaders Who left Congress Party Today In 2022 – Full List – The Congress, the oldest party in Indian politics, seems to be facing its existential crisis in recent times. We are not saying this but the list of leaders who have dropped out of the party points to the dismal state of affairs of the party. The Narendra Modi wave not only led the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to two consecutive landslide victories in the 2014 and 2019 Lok Sabha elections, but also hurt several opposition parties. The Congress is suffering the most. The party recorded its worst electoral performance in these two elections only when its tally was reduced to 44 and 52 seats respectively. The party was not even in a position to elect the Leader of Opposition in the Lok Sabha as it missed the eligibility criteria of having at least 10 per cent seats in the House.

Veteran leader Ghulam Nabi Azad, two days after 39-year-old Jaiveer Shergill resigned, became the latest to quit the grand old party. Azad resigned from all party posts, including his primary membership, dealing another blow to the beleaguered party, which has deserted a range of leaders. In a five-page letter to Congress president Sonia Gandhi, he said he does so with a heavy heart.

List Of Leaders Who left Congress Party Today
List Of Leaders Who left Congress Party Today

List Of Leaders Who left Congress Party Today In 2022 – Full List

Some of the prominent leaders who have left the party in the past few years are:

Sr No. Name Year of leaving Party joined
1 Rao Inderjit Singh 2013 BJP
2 Daggubati Purandeswari 2014 BJP
3 Birender Singh 2014 BJP
4 Jagdambika Pal 2014 BJP
5 GK Vasan 2014 TMC(M)
6 Satpal Maharaj 2014 BJP
7 Jayanthi Natarajan 2015
8 Giridhar Gamang 2015 BJP
9 Abdul Gani Vakil 2015 JKPC
10 Himanta Biswa Sarma 2015 BJP
11 Rita Bahuguna Joshi 2016 BJP
12 Vijay Bahuguna 2016 BJP
13 N Biren Singh 2016 BJP
14 Ajit Jogi 2016 Founded Janta Congress Chhattisgarh
15 Sudip Roy Barman 2016 AITC in 2016, BJP in 2017
16 Pema Khandu 2016 BJP
17 Harak Singh Rawat 2016 BJP
18 Narayan Dutt Tiwari 2017 BJP
19 Shankersinh Vaghela 2017 NCP
20 Yashpal Arya 2017 BJP
21 Ravi Kishan 2017 BJP
22 Barkha Shukla Singh 2017 BJP
23 Vishwajit Rane 2017 BJP
24 Alexander Laloo Hek 2018 BJP
25 Yanthungo Patton 2018 BJP
26 Ashok Choudhary 2018 JDU
27 Urmila Matondkar 2019 Shiv Sena
28 Mausam Noor 2019 AITC
29 Alpesh Thakor 2019 BJP
30 Kripashankar Singh 2019 BJP
31 Panabaka Lakshmi 2019 TDP
32 AP Abdullakutty (Expelled) 2019 BJP
33 Radhakrishna Vikhe Patil 2019 BJP
34 Bhubaneswar Kalita 2019 BJP
35 Sanjay Sinh 2019 BJP
36 SM Krishna 2019 BJP
37 Tom Vadakkan 2019 BJP
38 Narayan Rane 2019 BJP
39 Priyanka Chaturvedi 2019 Shiv Sena
40 Chandrakant Kavlekar 2019 BJP
41 Khushbu Sundar 2020 BJP
42 Jyotiraditya Scindia 2020 BJP
43 Govindas Konthoujam 2021 BJP
44 Vijayan Thomas 2021 BJP
45 A Namassivayam 2021 BJP
46 VM Sudheeran 2021
47 PC Chacko 2021 NCP
48 Abhijit Mukherjee 2021 AITC
49 Jitin Prasada 2021 BJP
50 Sushmita Dev 2021 AITC
51 Luizinho Faleiro 2021 AITC
52 Lalitesh Tripathi 2021 AITC
53 Amarinder Singh 2021 Founded Punjab Lok Congress
54 Kirti Azad 2021 AITC
55 Mukul Sangma 2021 AITC
56 Aditi Singh 2021 BJP
57 Ravi S Naik 2021 BJP
58 Imran Masood 2022 SP
59 Kishore Upadhyay 2022 BJP
60 RPN Singh 2022 BJP
61 Ashwani Kumar 2022
62 Shatrughan Sinha 2022 AITC
63 Ripun Bora 2022 AITC
64 Sunil Jakhar 2022 BJP
65 Hardik Patel 2022 BJP
66 Kapil Sibal 2022 SP
67 Kuldeep Bishnoi 2022 BJP
68 Komatireddy Rajgopal Reddy 2022 BJP
69 Jaiveer Shergill 2022 To Be Updated
70 Ghulam Nabi Azad 2022 To Be Updated

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