Ghulam Nabi Azad who leave Congress on Friday today met with Three leaders of The party who They were a part of “G-23” or group of Dissidents – Anand Sharma, Prithviraj Chavan and Bhupinder Hooda.
Leaders visited Mr. Azad at his home home in Delhi asked him.first Hand “Why did he resign without consulting them and why did he do it even after Sonia Gandhi announced internal elections for a new President of Congress, according to former Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan.
Mr. Azad claimed that his position had become untenable because of of “Palace Intrigue” against him by oath of Congress, according to Mr. Chavan.
Welcome Mr. Chavan party elections and also Gandhi refused run for president. “elections should Be free and just.”
Mr Azad resigned party of Five decades on Friday, Rahul Gandhi criticizes in Five-page resignation letter to Sonia Gandhi. Rahul Gandhi accused of Childish behavior and immaturity and blame it on for Congress decline and defeats in elections.
came out from party Weeks before the October 17 elections for a new Congress President.
Anand Sharma expressed his shock and said that development It would “hurt all members of Congress”. “It’s dangerous. development It will hurt all members of Congress. I am personally shocked. This situation was completely avoidable. Mr. Sharma said shortly after Azad came out announced.
Azad, 73, had led the “23rd group” or 23 opponents who Written to Sonia Gandhi in 2020 urges a complete Repair of Congress and “clear” fullTime and visual leadership.
Rebel” group, which includes leaders like Shashi Tharoor, Manish Tiwari and Mukul Wasnik were very candid in Demanding sweeping regulatory changes in Congress arrest Drift its leadership.
Another notable member of The group Kabel Sibal left The party in mayo.
Azad said he will release a file party in Jammu and Kashmir. The announcement she has triggered exodus in The Jammu and Kashmir Congress.
about 64 senior Congressional leaders, including former Deputy Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Tara Chand, quit today in support of Mr. Azad.