Mysuru, July 2: Former Karnataka Minister and senior Congress leader Tanveer Sait today said that though he was unhappy with party MLAs tendering resignation he will not quit the party.
Speaking to newsmen here on Tuesday, he said, though he was unhappy for not included in the Cabinet he will remain in the party and even he was not a rebel MLA. He had never thought of leaving the party, he added.
Stating that he was not a commodity for sale, he said that "my position as MLA is priceless. Resignation of two MLAs has not been accepted, even if they resign there will be no impact on the coalition government".
"Senior leaders in the party should take this move by some MLAs. Rebel Congress MLAs are posing a serious threat to the party urgent steps should be taken to settle the issues that are bothering the party," he added. (UNI)