Ghulam Nabi Azad is likely to form his own party in J&K
Talking to Media, subsequent to dropping an unstable letter declaring his acquiescence from the Congress, veteran legislator Ghulam Nabi Azad said he will shape his own party in his home province of Jammu and Kashmir.
Dismissing the hypothesis that he would join the BJP, Azad said, “I will go to Jammu and Kashmir. I will shape my own party in the state, will beware of the public chance later.”
Azad on Friday left all party positions, including its essential participation, conveying one more disaster for the best party that has seen a few conspicuous countenances bid farewell as of late.
In a five-page no-limits letter to Congress president Sonia Gandhi, Azad solidly accused developing sycophancy and sidelining of senior innovators in the party for his exit.
He likewise took sharp punches at Rahul Gandhi, saying, “Tragically after the passage of Rahul Gandhi into governmental issues and especially after January 2013 when he was designated as VP by you, the whole consultative instrument which existed before was destroyed by him.”
The previous MP chastised the Congress authoritative administration for committing “extortion” on the party for the sake of “hoax” interior surveys.
“Sadly, the circumstance in the Congress party has arrived at such a final turning point that now ‘intermediaries’ are being set up to assume control over the authority of the party. This analysis is ill-fated to fizzle in light of the fact that the party has been so thoroughly obliterated that the circumstance has become unrecoverable. Also, the ‘picked one would be just a manikin on a string,” Azad said.
National Desk, Ne India News