Cong ignores veterans in Bharat Jodo Yatra, celebrates Ladakh win

New Delhi, Sep 18 (IANS) Only days after the exit of eight Congress MLAs in Goa, veteran Congress pioneer and old hand in Kashmir undertakings Karan Singh has grumbled of being sidelined with no correspondence from the party.

The objection comes as the party’s Bharat Jodo Yatra is advancing. It will come full circle in Kashmir, where Karan Singh’s dad Hari Singh was the past ruler prior to agreeing to India.

He communicated his mistake at not being welcome to join the Bharat Jodo Yatra, saying it appears to be that the party doesn’t require him any longer.

Singh said: “I have not been welcomed for the Bharat Jodo Yatra. For certain years, I feel isolated from the party. Neither I am in any council of the party nor hosts the get-together counseled me for certain years. A break hosts created between the get-together and me. I have been in the party for what seems like forever, yet it appears to be that they don’t require me any longer.”

He added: “I have seen a great deal in this world, so it doesn’t hurt me any longer. I have numerous things through the Congress. In any case, a period comes when individuals around you feel that there is compelling reason need. There is no contact, no one asks me anything.”

Not just Karan Singh who is indicating that he is annoyed with the party, there is an interminable rundown of the people who have headed out in different directions from the Congress including Ghulam Nabi Azad, Kapil Sibal, Ashwani Kumar, both previous bureau priests, and supporters like Jyotiraditya Scindia, Jitin Prasada and RPN Singh. Azad went after the party authority like nobody before him and, surprisingly, said that PAs and safety officers were managing everything in the party.

Gotten some information about the exit of senior party pioneer Ghulam Nabi Azad, Karan Singh, who is from the recent regal group of Jammu and Kashmir, said that it will have an effect and the party will endure.

Anyway the Congress has supported Azad’s exit. On Saturday Jairam Ramesh said in a tweet after the outcomes from Ladakh came in, “Here is some letting the cat out of the bag for Modi, Shah and Azad. The Congress party has crushed the BJP by a persuading edge in the Temisgam by-political race to the Ladakh Slope Committee. Congrats to the Ladakh Locale Congress Board of trustees!”

Ghulam Nabi Azad in his renunciation letter blamed the Congress Working Board individuals for embarrassing him after the G-23 pioneers composed a letter to party president Sonia Gandhi.

“The main wrongdoing carried out by the 23 senior pioneers who worked that letter out of worry for the party is that they called attention to both the purposes behind the shortcomings in the party and the remedies thereof. Tragically, rather than accepting those perspectives in a useful and helpful way we were mishandled, embarrassed, offended and denounced in an uncommonly gathered gathering of the lengthy CWC meeting,” he said.

“In the August of 2020 when I and 22 other senior associates, including previous Association Clergymen and Boss Pastors kept in touch with you to signal the wretched float in the party the “clique” decided to release its doormats on us and got us gone after, criticized and embarrassed in the absolute most rough way,” he added.

The veteran chief claimed that on the headings of the cadre that runs the AICC today his counterfeit burial service parade was taken out in Jammu and the people who committed this indiscipline were feted in Delhi by the overall secretaries of the AICC and Rahul Gandhi by and by.

“In this manner a similar circle released its ‘goondas’ to go after the home of a previous ecclesiastical partner Sh truly. Kapil Sibal who unexpectedly was guarding you and your family in the courtrooms for your supposed demonstrations of oversight and commission,” Azad wrote in the letter.

The Congress is keeping up with that it won’t be stopped by the BJP or it’s representatives; the yatra is getting an enormous reaction and it will reinforce the party.

The Congress sent off the Bharat Jodo Yatra from Kanyakumari to Kashmir on September 7. Rahul Gandhi is driving the yatra that will cover more than 3,750 km through 12 states and arrive at its objective in Kashmir in 150 days.

In the interim, the Congress implied on Thursday that the party may likewise design a comparative Yatra from Gujarat to Arunachal Pradesh one year from now.

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