Ghulam Nabi Azad is expected to announce a new political party today at J&K. Details here
Ghoulam Nabi Azad: Today, September 26, former Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad, who quit the group last month, is expected to announce the launch of his own political organization. According to sources, Azad will present the name and philosophies of his new political party on Monday.
Ghulam Nabi Azad, the former chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir, will hold a press conference on Monday to introduce his new political party, according to ANI sources. In response to a question about his new political party, Azad said, “I will hold a press conference on Monday.
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Ghulam Nabi Azad persuaded a number of Jammu and Kashmir Congressmen to join his party
Ghulam Nabi Azad persuaded a number of Congress workers in Jammu and Kashmir to quit the party after he quit the party through a harsh resignation letter which attacked the Gandhi family. Rumor has it that these party members will join former J&K CM’s new party.
“I still haven’t chosen a name for my party. The party name and flag will be chosen by the people of JK. My party will have a Hindustani name that everyone can understand “After ending his five-decade affiliation with the big old party, GN Azad spoke at the rally.
Ghulam Nabi Azad promised three things from his new party at his inaugural rally after his resignation from the Congress party: a full state for Jammu and Kashmir, the right to land ownership and employment for people living in their country of origin.
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“My party’s priorities will be the restoration of full sovereignty, land rights and employment for indigenous residents.” – Azad
In light of the upcoming assembly elections, Azad said the first branch of his political party would be established in Jammu and Kashmir. He continued, “My party’s priorities will be the restoration of full sovereignty, land rights and employment to native residents.”
Ghulam Nabi Azad quit the Congress party last month. In a five-page resignation letter, he attacked the Gandhi family, in particular Rahul Gandhi. Azad criticized the former congress leader for his “childish behavior” and called him “immature”.
While Azad mocked Sonia Gandhi in the letter, Rahul Gandhi received the harshest criticism. Azad called the MP for Wayand an “unserious individual” and “immature”.