Senior politician Ghulam Nabi Azad on Monday announced the name of his political outfit — Democratic Azad Party (DAP) — stating that ‘Azad’ word in the party’s name should not be connected with his personal name as it reflects that the outfit would be “independent”. He also displayed the party flag having three colours —
While the murmurs in the valley are yet to die down over the abrogation of Article 370, former Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad on Sunday acknowledged the fact that it won’t be restored. “Article 370 won’t be restored,” Azad said while addressing a gathering in Baramulla. “I won’t be fooling the people,” he said, in
Launching a scathing attack on former members of the party, who had since moved on, Congress on Monday called Assam Chief minister Himanta Biswa Sarma as “viceroy of Northeastern states”. In an indirect reference, the party also called Ghulam Nabi Azad, who had recently quit the party, Mir Zafar for speaking against the grand old
Ending all speculations former Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad on Sunday announced that he will form a new party and will fight for the restoration of the statehood of Jammu and Kashmir.
Congress Working Committee (CWC) member Kumari Selja has written a letter to Haryana party in-charge Vivek Bansal demanding that a show cause notice should be issued to him.
Former Union Minister, and party leader Manish Tewari, also a part of the G23 leaders, on Wednesday questioned how can there be a fair and free election without a publicly available electoral roll
Ghulam Nabi Azad continued his vitriol against the party saying he “was forced to leave the party”. He made the remarks while speaking to reporters here on Monday
Ghulam Nabi Azad's resignation from the party's primary membership and his stinging no holds barred letter to Congress' interim president, Sonia Gandhi, have posed difficult questions to the party leadership.
Hours after veteran Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad resigned and attacked the party, several party leaders dubbed his action as “unfortunate” and slammed him saying his DNA has been modi-fied. “A man who has been treated with the greatest respect by the Congress leadership has betrayed it with his vicious personal attacks, which reveal his
At least six former MLAs, some of them ministers in erstwhile state government, resigned from the grand old party on Friday following Ghulam Nabi Azad’s decision to quit. While five of them tendered a joint resignation, former cabinet minister RS Chib submitted it separately. But all of them have done it in support of Azad,