Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad addressed a public meeting in Jammu on Sunday. During this, he targeted the Congress fiercely. Azad said that he is getting upset by forming my separate party. I would not wish bad to anyone. Also said that Congress is not made of computer and Twitter, but it is made of blood and sweat. We have made Congress.
Ghulam Nabi Azad said that I am not like those who run the computer at home. I am connected to the ground. He said that Congress is not made by tweet or computer, Azad said that the biggest reason for Congress disappearing from the ground is that they have access only on computer, Twitter and SMS. Azad said that I pray that he gets tweet luck and we get land. Be happy on Twitter only.
Road show taken out on arrival from Delhi in the morning
According to the agency, former minister GM Saroori said that Azad was given a grand welcome on his arrival from Delhi on Sunday morning and a procession was also taken out with him to the public meeting place in Sainik Colony. Saroori is among more than two dozen MLAs who resigned from the Congress in support of Azad.
had resigned from Congress
Ghulam Nabi Azad, 73, resigned from the primary membership of the Congress party on 26 August. Along with resigning, Azad had also attacked Congress leader Rahul Gandhi fiercely. After Azad’s resignation, a former deputy chief minister, 8 former ministers, a former MP, 9 MLAs, besides a large number of members of Panchayati Raj Sansthan, municipal councilors from Jammu and Kashmir and many grassroots workers had resigned from the Congress. .
People from different political parties in contact
Former minister GM Saroori said that all those who resigned from Congress in support of Ghulam Nabi Azad will be present in the public meeting. He said that over 3,000 supporters of Azad representing different sections of the society have expressed their desire to join him in the public meeting. Saroori said that people from various political parties are also in touch with him and we are expecting huge support in the coming times in support of Azad.