Jammu Kashmir News: The condition of the country’s oldest political party Congress is very bad at this time. Recently, Congress leader and former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad left the party. Along with this, he targeted the party high command fiercely and announced the formation of a new party. At the same time, now the Congress has got another big setback. After the resignation of Ghulam Nabi Azad, the Congress has suffered a major setback from Jammu and Kashmir.
Big blow to Congress
On Monday, 64 more Congress leaders tendered their resignations simultaneously from the Congress. These include former ministers Chaudhary Gharuram, Abdul Majeed Wani, Manohar Lal Sharma, former MLA Balwan Singh and many other big leaders and workers. At the same time, it is being told that all of them have given their resignation in support of Ghulam Nabi Azad. At the same time, earlier there were also reports that 100 leaders and many office-bearers of the party would resign from the party today in support of Azad. Let us tell you that former Deputy Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Tara Chand is among the leaders who left the Congress. During this, Tara Chand said that yes I am resigning from the Congress party and joining his party in support of Azad Saheb.
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These leaders left in support of Azad
At the same time, former Deputy Speaker of Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly Ghulam Haider Malik also left the party on Monday. Let us tell you that Ghulam Haider Malik has been a former MLA from Bani Vidhan Sabha of Kathua. In such a situation, it is being considered a big setback for the Congress. It is worth noting that even before this, 6 leaders had left the Congress in support of Azad. All these leaders have been former Congress MLAs and are openly supporting Azad.
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