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Only Gandhis will remain in Cong: Assam CM on Azad’s resignation

Guwahati:Assam Chief Minister and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief Himanta Biswa Sarma on Friday reacting to the resignation of senior Congress chief Ghulam Nabi Azad from the grand previous social gathering stated “ultimately, only Gandhis will remain in the party, and all others will leave”.

Sarma, a Congress-turned-BJP chief, whereas speaking to the media, stated: “What Azad stated right now is just like the problems that I had raised once I stop the social gathering in 2015.

“Everybody knows that Rahul Gandhi is an immature, whimsical and unpredictable man. Congress president Sonia Gandhi is not taking care of the party. She is only projecting and promoting her son (Rahul Gandhi). However, these are futile exercises,” he stated .

The Assam Chief Minister stated Congress leaders who have been loyal to the social gathering are deserting it one after the other, and the emotions of many of the Congress leaders are the identical in opposition to the social gathering.

“The style of functioning of the Congress party is helpful for the BJP. Rahul Gandhi is a blessing for BJP. Azad raised the correct issues which are prevailing,” Sarma stated.

Ghulam Nabi Azad, a former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, and in addition a former Union Minister, resigned on Friday from all positions within the Congress social gathering, together with its major membership as was anticipated following his variations with the social gathering excessive command.

Azad has been upset since being ignored for the Rajya Sabha re-nomination after he retired because the Leader of Opposition within the Higher Home.

He was one of the vital outstanding leaders of the Congress’ G-23 group that demanded sweeping reforms within the social gathering.

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