New Delhi: Leaders of the Excessive Command have demanded the expulsion of Congress Rajya Sabha chief Ghulam Nabi Azad and others for criticizing his management. A bit of leaders in Haryana demanded the expulsion of Ghulam Nabi and his cohorts after they demanded that elections be held and that the established order be reversed.
Former Haryana ministers Subhash Batra, Krishnan Murthy Hooda and Kuldeep Bishnoi, son of former chief minister Bhajan Lal, have questioned the credentials of Ghulam Nabi, a five-time Congress nominee to the Rajya Sabha, for criticizing the excessive command.
Ghulam Nabi was liable for the collapse of the Congress in Haryana over the past Haryana Meeting elections and the 2109 Lok Sabha elections. At a press convention, Subhash Batra and Hooda demanded that he, Kabil Sibal and Anand Sharma be expelled from the Congress. In a video message, Bishnoi stated that Ghulam Nabi didn’t have standard help even in his house state of Jammu and Kashmir.
Opposition events have blamed Rahul Gandhi’s loyalists for taking up the Congress beneath the guise of Sonia Gandhi. In the meantime, Shashi Tharoor tweeted that artist Abhinav Kafare was filming the tricolor turning into saffron.
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