“Shocking Resignation: Puducherry’s First Female Minister Reveals Explosive Secrets – You Won’t Believe What She Exposed!”

The only female legislator and minister from Puducherry, Chandira Priyanga, resigned from her position on Tuesday. She sent a letter of resignation to the Chief Minister’s office through her secretary.

After more than 40 years of sporadic appointments, Chandira Priyanga finally became the union territory’s first female minister in 2021. In the N. Rangasamy-led administration, she was appointed as the Minister of Transportation.

Chandira Priyanga won a seat in the legislative assembly in 2021 on an AINRC ticket from Karaikal’s reserved Nedungadu constituency.

She delivered her resignation letter to the Chief Minister’s office on Tuesday through her secretary after resigning from her cabinet position.

The letter has been received, and the Chief Minister has been forwarded it for a decision on the matter, according to sources in the CMO (Chief Minister’s Office).

Her resignation letter was made available to the press.

Despite being well-liked by the residents of her constituency, which helped her win a seat in the state assembly, she acknowledged in her letter that “dealing with political conspiracies and the politics of money and power isn’t as easy, and I cannot fight against the formidable forces of wealth and power.”

She claimed that casteism and gender discrimination had affected her.
“I too have been continuously targeted and found that it’s not so easy to transcend the politics of conspiracy and the might of wealth,” she stated.

Chandira Priyanga said she would soon present a thorough report outlining the alterations, enhancements, and reforms she had implemented in the bureaus she controlled as a minister.

In addition to her ministerial duties, she oversaw the Labor & Employment and Housing departments.
She thanked the Chief Minister for appointing her as a minister and asked Rangasamy to appoint a legislator from the Vanniyar, Dalit, or minority communities to fill the position after her resignation, excluding anyone based on money or influence, as it would be unfair to the Vanniyar or Dalit communities.

She also stressed the need of all social programs being implemented in her district without any obstacles.
She urged the Chief Minister to guarantee that all of the government’s beneficial programs continued to be implemented in her electoral district without any hindrance in her final statement.

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