Jammu Kashmir: Another setback for Congress, Ashok Sharma said goodbye to the party, Ghulam Nabi Azad took a jibe

Pankaj Prasad
Former Congress leader Ashok Sharma
Former Congress leader Ashok Sharma

Former Jammu and Kashmir MLA and Congress leader Ashok Sharma has resigned from the party by writing a letter to party president Sonia Gandhi on Saturday.

Jammu Kashmir Congress: The Congress has once again suffered a major setback in Jammu and Kashmir. In fact, former Jammu and Kashmir MLA and Congress leader Ashok Sharma resigned from the party on Saturday by writing a letter to party president Sonia Gandhi. Sharma, the national coordinator of the All India Congress Committee's thought department and a member of the state executive committee, said that he took this painful decision due to the prevailing situation and unavoidable circumstances. At the same time, former Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad, while taking a dig at his old party, said on Saturday that one's DNA does not change by meeting and talking to political opponents.

Ashok Sharma said in his letter to Sonia Gandhi...

In his letter to Sonia Gandhi, Ashok Sharma said that I loved my party with all my heart and fought for decades from small regional units to several states to strengthen it at the grassroots level. Sharma had won the assembly election in the year 1996 from Kalakot constituency of Rajouri district. At the same time, Jammu and Kashmir Apni Party on Saturday expelled senior leader Farooq Ahmed Khayal for anti-party activities. Party's state president Manjit Singh gave this information.

Congress leaders' resignation continues in Jammu and Kashmir

Let us inform that before this, many Congress leaders including a former Deputy Chief Minister, 8 former ministers, a former MP, 9 MLAs and a large number of Panchayati Raj Institution members, municipal councilors and other grassroots leaders of Jammu and Kashmir, resigned from the Ghulam Nabi Azad camp. have joined. Azad had on 26 August ended his five-decade ties with the Congress, calling the party a massive ruin. He also attacked Rahul Gandhi for destroying the entire advisory apparatus of the party.

Talking to political opponents doesn't change anyone's DNA: Azad

At the same time, former Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad, while taking a dig at his old party, said on Saturday that one's DNA does not change by meeting and talking to political opponents. Recently, Azad had resigned from the Congress and targeted the party leadership, especially Rahul Gandhi. On this, the Congress had retaliated saying that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has the remote control of Azad and his DNA has become 'Modi-may'. Azad said that Hindus and Muslims live together. It is not uncommon that Hindus, Arabic and Muslims study the Gita. This has been the composite culture of India.