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Cong making desperate attempts
1/17/2023 10:33:19 PM

Congress Party is making desperate attempts to get back all the leaders who have joined Democratic Azad Progressive Party led by former J&K chief minister, Ghulam Nabi Azad.
The top Congress leaders are hoping that before Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra enters into Jammu and Kashmir the leaders who had left the “grand old party” of the country and joined Azad return to where they belonged to.
Senior Congress leader Jairam Ramesh recently wrote on twitter that more leaders from DAP would end their leave of absence and return to where they belong.
“Expect news from Jammu which is all set to welcome Bharat Jodo Yatra on 19th of January”, Jairam Ramesh tweeted.
Ramesh’s tweet created confusion within the DAP ranks as already more than 15 leaders who had left the Congress and joined Azad have returned to their parent party.
Azad seems unfazed by the tactics being applied by the Congress leadership.
He is aware that many Congress leaders in J&K are without a constituency and during the past eight years they have lost connection with the people.
The former J&K chief minister, who remained associated with the Congress for 50-years, is aware of the fact that the factionalism within the J&K Congress has turned the party hollow and the central Congress leadership is making desperate attempts to project Rahul Gandhi’s ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ as a big success.
To do so they are trying to get every leader back as they want to give a message that Rahul Gandhi’s ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ has unified the Congress and it would help the party in the 2024-parlaimentary elections.
When the leaders had deserted Azad and announced that they were going back to the Congress, the former J&K chief minister had wished them best of luck but had mocked them by saying that voters are with him and they are the leaders without any constituencies.
Azad managed to get one of his old friends Dr Manohar Lal back but the others left him. At present the tussle between the DAP and the Congress is at its peak.
It remains to be seen who all from DAP will rejoin the Congress before Rahul Gandhi’s “Bharat Jodo Yatra” enters into Jammu and Kashmir.
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