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Mr Diieep Kumar said the party high command also dissolved state Congress committee with immediate effect. "I don't want to leave the party but don't have a choice", he told ANI on Wednesday. He said such a leader should be identified and opportunity should be given to him to head the state unit of the party. JD (U) spokesperson Sanjay Singh had claimed that the Congress MLAs were anxious about their political future after Grand Secular Alliance collapsed in Bihar.
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