TMC leader quits party
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Kanchan Mukherjee, a senior leader from Burdwan, quit the Trinamool Congress on Saturday.
Angry over factional feuds in the Burdwan unit, party chief Mamata Banerjee had summoned top leaders to her residence. When Mukul Roy was speaking on loopholes in the Burdwan unit, Mukherjee, assistant secretary of the district unit, stood up and accused some colleagues of corruption. He then announced his resignation in front of Mamata, said a Trinamool leader.