Azad avoids commenting on developments in Rajasthan’s Congress
Democratic Azad Party (DAP) leader and former JK chief minister Ghulam Nabi Azad tactfully dodged a question on Monday about developments in Rajasthan’s Congress and said there was no need to take the name of the village you left.
Azad, 73, ended his more than five-decade association with Congress on August 26 and exactly after a month launched his own party here.
”There is no need to take the name of the village you left. That they see and wear. We have suffered a lot, let others go through this now,” Azad told reporters here when asked about Rajasthan’s development as he launched his new party.
The political drama in Rajasthan over the leadership change continued on Monday, with MPs loyal to Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot remaining non-committal about holding a meeting with Congress observers, who are likely to return to Delhi to brief the high command of the development of the situation.
Sachin Pilot, seen as the main contender for chief minister if Gehlot is elected the party’s national chairman, left for New Delhi to meet with the high command.
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