BJP MLA from Manipur’s Langthabal Assembly constituency, Karam Shyam, resigned from the chairman post of the Tourism Corporation of Manipur on Monday.
Shyam, who tendered his resignation letter to the state’s Chief Minister Nongthombam Biren Singh, alleged that he had not been assigned any responsibilities as the Chairman of the Tourism Corporation of Manipur. “I am resigning from the post of Chairman of Tourism Corporation of Manipur Limited as I have not been assigned any responsibility as a Chairman,” the BJP leader said in his resignation letter.
Earlier BJP MLA, Thokchom Radheshyam Singh, resigned as the adviser to Manipur’s CM on 13 April. In his resignation letter, Radheshyam also complained of “not being given any responsibility”.