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Kalyan Singh resigns as BJPs UP chief

Bharatiya Janata Party national vice president Kalyan Singh quit from the post of the chief of the partys Uttar Pradesh unit following its poor performance in the recently concluded assembly polls in the State.

Lucknow, May 15 : Bharatiya Janata Party national vice president Kalyan Singh quit from the post of the chief of the party's Uttar Pradesh unit following its poor performance in the recently concluded assembly polls in the State.

Singh resigned owning moral responsibility for the dismal performance of the party.

He forwarded his resignation letter to party president Rajnath Singh, urging him to accept it with immediate effect and also made suggestions for serious introspection regarding the poll results.

Singh opined that the party needed to be revamped and strengthened for the next general elections in 2009.

The BJP had projected Singh as its Chief Ministerial candidate, which managed to win only 51 seats down from 88 in the 2002 Assembly elections.

Mayawati-led Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) emerged victorious in the polls with a full majority by winning 206 seats in the 403-member UP Assembly.

ANI

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