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After the resignation of senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad from the post of Jammu and Kashmir State Publicity Committee President, the party is in turmoil. Now former minister GM Saruri has resigned from the post of convener of the campaign committee and Chaudhry Mohammad Akram, who is part of the state election committee, has resigned from his post. Pro-independence leaders are believed to have resigned, putting pressure on the high command for change. Due to this many more leaders may leave the membership from various groups in the coming days. Earlier, former MLAs from Shangas and Deosar in south Kashmir, Gulzar Ahmed Wani, Mohammad Amin Butt and former MLA from Sopore in north Kashmir, Haji Abdul Rasheed Dar, resigned.
The party has suffered setbacks due to disaffection among senior leaders in the state Congress. GM Saruri was the MLA from Inderwal constituency from 2002 to 2018. Recently, he was appointed as the state campaign committee convener on behalf of the All India Congress Party. Similarly, Mohammad Akram Chowdhury has been the MLA of Surankode constituency. Confirming the resignation, Akram said the state president’s case was different, but there was no need to set up the existing state committees. Senior leaders did not ask to form new committees. In these committees, senior leaders have been neglected while many junior leaders have been given big posts. Ghulamnabi Azad should be announced as the chief ministerial candidate by the high-level committee. So far 6 former MLAs have resigned.
Azad’s resignation is yet to come: Patil
I have not yet received the resignation of Ghulam Nabi Azad, said Rajini Patil, AICC in charge of Jammu and Kashmir affairs. We have heard this in the news. Azad is involved in other groups including Delhi’s political affairs. Maybe he doesn’t like being on the state board. We thought that Azad was the supreme leader of J&K and a campaign committee should be brought under his leadership. Only then have we placed him in the state board. No intention of insulting him in any way. Earlier also, he was the chairman of Azad Propaganda Committee in the state committee headed by Cebuton Sos and GA Mir. If we don’t like it, we will talk to them.

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After the resignation of senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad from the post of Jammu and Kashmir State Publicity Committee President, the party is in turmoil. Now former minister GM Saruri has resigned from the post of convener of the campaign committee and Chaudhry Mohammad Akram, who is part of the state election committee, has resigned from his post. Pro-independence leaders are believed to have resigned, putting pressure on the high command for change. Due to this many more leaders may leave the membership from various groups in the coming days. Earlier, former MLAs from Shangas and Deosar in south Kashmir, Gulzar Ahmed Wani, Mohammad Amin Butt and former MLA from Sopore in north Kashmir, Haji Abdul Rasheed Dar, resigned.

The party has suffered setbacks due to disaffection among senior leaders in the state Congress. GM Saruri was the MLA from Inderwal constituency from 2002 to 2018. Recently, he was appointed as the state campaign committee convener on behalf of the All India Congress Party. Similarly, Mohammad Akram Chowdhury has been the MLA of Surankode constituency. Confirming the resignation, Akram said the state president’s case was different, but there was no need to set up the existing state committees. Senior leaders did not ask to form new committees. In these committees, senior leaders have been neglected while many junior leaders have been given big posts. Ghulamnabi Azad should be announced as the chief ministerial candidate by the high-level committee. So far 6 former MLAs have resigned.

Azad’s resignation is yet to come: Patil

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I have not yet received the resignation of Ghulam Nabi Azad, said Rajini Patil, AICC in charge of Jammu and Kashmir affairs. We have heard this in the news. Azad is involved in other groups including Delhi’s political affairs. Maybe he doesn’t like being on the state board. We thought that Azad was the supreme leader of J&K and a campaign committee should be brought under his leadership. Only then have we placed him in the state board. No intention of insulting him in any way. Earlier also, he was the chairman of Azad Propaganda Committee in the state committee headed by Cebuton Sos and GA Mir. If we don’t like it, we will talk to them.