Congress leader Jairam Ramesh on Friday scoffed at Ghulam Nabi Azad, claiming the “ground reality” of the Jammu and Kashmir Congress is not the same as “sitting on the ground”. Made by the people in the Modisaka-approved bungalow in New Delhi” is different.
Tagging the video of the Jammu and Kashmir meeting on Twitter, Jairam Ramesh wrote: “This is ground reality, not a reality made by Modi Sarkar sitting in New Delhi sanctioning people with huge lawns and planting fake news.”
This is ground reality, not a reality made by the people sitting in New Delhi’s Modi Sarkar-sanctioned bungalows with huge lawns and planted fake news. https://t.co/AltjODUstP
– Jairam Ramesh (@Jairam_Ramesh) September 2, 2022
The Jammu and Kashmir Congress tweeted that Congress staff from all neighborhoods in the Bhallesa division held their monthly meeting at the party office in Gando on September 1. It further noted that the conference had been held for over 50 years.
Notably, Bhalessa is the hometown of former Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad.
“Congress staff from all divisions of the Bhalllessa Division gather at the Gandoh Congress Office for their monthly meeting, which has been held on the first day of every month for over 50 years. Bhalessa is the hometown of Ghulam Nabi Azad,” Jammu and Kashmir tweeted Featured on Congress.
Mr Azad resigned from all positions in the party on August 26, citing the “immaturity” of Rahul Gandhi, whom he accused of “undermining the consultation mechanism within the party”.
In a five-page tough note to the party’s interim president, Sonia Gandhi, Azad claimed that a small circle ran the party when she was only the nominal leader and that all major decisions were made “by” Shree Rahul Gandhi or worse his security and PA made “”.
“I was forced to leave home alone,” Azad told media earlier in the capital.
He digs his resignation in Congress, saying: “Modi is an excuse, they have had problems with me since the G23 letter was written. They never want anyone to write to them and question them.”
“There were several (parliamentary) meetings, but nothing was even proposed,” Mr Azad added.
Asked if he needed to go with the BJP after forming a new party, Azad said: “Congress mein anpadhon (illiterate) ki jamaat hai, especially those who sit down and do paperwork… those who Knowing people in Jammu and Kashmir, I can’ add one more vote in BJP’s constituency, they can’t do it in my constituency. “
On Saturday, several political leaders in Jammu and Kashmir met with veteran leader Ghulam Nabi Azad, who is planning to form a new National Party.
“Jammu and Kashmir’s priorities are here. Some more senior leaders and ex-ministers will come in the evening. Azad Saab said there will be a National Party, we will start with Johnson & Johnson and the upcoming polls will be Former Congress leader Salmanizami said: “We will respond in a triumphant manner, do not reply to comments. “
The meeting, which comes within 24 hours of Azad’s resignation from all positions in Congress, is important as the Valley’s polls are likely to take place later this year.
“Under the leadership of Azad ji, we will form a national party and the work will start in Jammu and Kashmir. Azad ji will go to JK and form alliances with like-minded parties and leaders. All criticisms from Azad Ji will go to Congress Leader Salman Nizami announced earlier.
The decision to form a new National Party comes after veteran Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad resigned from Congress in a letter to Congress President Sonia Gandhi made a few hours after the position (including key members).