Ghulam Nabi Azad, a former chief minister of J&K, claimed on Tuesday that he avoids personal jabs like Rahul Gandhi does. According to him in an interview with Kashmir news station, he criticised PM Modi’s policies while serving as the Leader of the Opposition for 7 years and sat next to him in Parliament. Jairam Ramesh, a leader in the Congress, posted a tape of Azad’s interview and referred to it as “climate change.”
In this most recent interview, Ghulam Nabi Azad once more singled out Rahul Gandhi, claiming that he began interacting with the BJP following the formation of the G-23. The falsehood came from the Congress Working Committee and the leader, and I stated PM Modi is not crazy that he will urge us to strengthen the Congress. “After we submitted the letter demanding a full-time president, they were frightened and disseminated the untruth that it was prepared at the behest of PM Modi.
Regarding the suspected ties to the BJP, Ghulam Nabi Azad remarked, “Nobody can order Ghulam Nabi. There is no case against me and not a single FIR. I have no riches. Why should I fear anyone?” The J&K leader said, “I sat across PM Modi for seven years in Parliament and vehemently criticised his policies. The only difference is I don’t make personal attacks; I attack policies rather than individuals because Allah creates individuals. People who associated me with him said I would be made the President, the Vice President, and even a nominated member, but did anything actually happen?
Ghulam Nabi Azad is getting ready to form his new party following his painful departure from the Congress. He promised to launch his new party in 10 days while speaking at a gathering on Sunday. “Some people have been saying that I don’t talk about Article 370. I want to tell them that Azad does not befool people for electoral gains. I or the Congress party or three regional parties cannot give you back Article 370, neither can (TMC chief) Mamata Banerjee, or DMK or (NCP chief) Sharad Pawar,” he said at the rally.