Senior Congress leader resigns

New Delhi: India’s opposition party Congress has suffered a political setback where Muslim leader Ghulam Nabi Azad, associated with the party for five decades, left the party.

According to an Indian media report, Ghulam Nabi Azad sent a five-page letter to Congress president Sonia Gandhi in which he wrote, “It is with great regret and deep sorrow that I have severed my half-century-old association with the Indian National Congress.” What have you decided to do?

Indian media has claimed that after saying goodbye to Congress, Ghulam Nabi Azad is going to form a new political party.

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Ghulam Nabi Azad says that talks are going on with politicians of Congress and other parties to form a new party and soon you will see more resignations.

Meanwhile, after the resignation of Azad, former Deosar Kulgam MLA Muhammad Aman Butt has also resigned from the core membership of the Congress.

According to political observers, this decision of Azad is a big blow to the Congress, a large section of the leadership in the Congress advocates to get rid of the leadership of the party from the Gandhi family to create a new enthusiasm and excitement in the party.

Sonia Gandhi has recently invited Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot to take over the leadership of the party, but Gehlot has suggested Rahul Gandhi as the president. While Rahul Gandhi has refused to take over the leadership of the party.

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