Ghulam Nabi Azad’s get surprised Congress brass off guard
The senior leader’s refusal to acknowledge new liabilities in the Jammu and Kashmir Congress has stunned a few focal heads of the party.
Previous Jammu and Kashmir boss pastor Ghulam Nabi Azad’s refusal to acknowledge new liabilities in the state Congress has stunned a few focal heads of the party who fought that he was counseled broadly prior to rearranging the party boards in J&K, and his ideas were considered by Congress president Sonia Gandhi.
On Tuesday, hours after the Congress reported seven party boards and designated another president and working president in the J&K unit, Azad sent his acquiescence from two keyboards.
Azad, who was essential for a gathering of 23, or G23, pioneers who kept in touch with Gandhi in 2020 to look for a huge scope hierarchical update, said: “I have surrendered as the mission board of trustees executive in J&K and furthermore individual from the political undertakings panel there.”
Azad let his helpers know that his ideas on the development of the party boards in J&K were disregarded by the authority, a party functionary said. “The 73-year-old likewise referred to wellbeing grounds to reject the post,” the functionary added.
A pioneer near Azad expressed, that rather than being named to head state-level boards, a person of his experience ought to be given significant jobs in the focal authority of the party, and be taken back to the Rajya Sabha.
Azad resigned from the Upper House of Parliament as the Leader of the Opposition in February 2021.
Senior Congress pioneers, notwithstanding, kept up with that the party initiative counseled Azad multiple times over the rearrangement of the J&K unit, and the six boards.
“The keep going meeting occurred on July 14,” said a senior chief, adding that Azad had headed the mission board of trustees when Saifuddin Soz was the J&K Congress chief.
“The job was proposed to him remembering his previous experience as the mission boss.”
A subsequent pioneer said that Azad had given a rundown of names to be obliged in these boards.
“The rundown was effectively considered by Congress president Sonia Gandhi and a portion of his candidates have tracked down a place in the boards,” he added.
Another senior chief contended that this isn’t whenever Azad first denied tasks in J&K. “Rahul Gandhi had offered him to turn into the J&K Congress boss recently yet he declined the proposition,” the senior leader said.
The Election Commission as of late reconsidered November 25 as the date of definite distribution of citizens rundown of J&K – the UT’s most memorable electors’ rundown after the limits of gathering seats were redrawn in the delimitation workout.
“Azad dismissed the deal since it is fundamentally short of what was needed from him. He could have anticipated a Rajya Sabha renomination… Besides, the Congress isn’t in serious areas of strength for an in J&K and his presence could not have possibly radically worked on the party’s possibilities,” political pundit Kay Benedict said.