Amid hypothesis that Ghulam Nabi Azad might be floating his personal get together, the senior Congress chief on Sunday mentioned he has no plans for a separate get together now however couldn’t say what would occur sooner or later.
Mr. Azad, who is part of the Congress’s group of 23 leaders that has sought inner reforms within the get together (the “G-23”), has been holding public rallies throughout Jammu and Kashmir (J&Ok), resulting in hypothesis about floating his personal outfit.
Stating that he had no such plans for now, he instructed NDTV, “No one can say what will happen next in politics, like no one knows when he will die.”
The veteran Congress chief additionally mentioned, in contrast to up to now when divergent views within the get together have been inspired, his get together doesn’t admire such criticism.
“No one is challenging the leadership. Perhaps, Indira Gandhi and Rajivji had given me too much freedom to question when things were going wrong. They would never mind criticism. They would not see it as offensive. Today, the leadership sees it as offensive,” Mr. Azad was quoted as saying by NDTV.
‘No to nobody’
“When Rajivji joined politics, Indira Gandhi called both of us and told Rajivji that Ghulam Nabi can even say ‘no’ to me, but that ‘no’ doesn’t mean disobedience or disrespect, that’s for the good of the party. Today, no one is ready to listen to that ‘no’. For saying ‘no’, you become nobody today,” he quipped.