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Be It My Party Or Any Other, We Divide People, Says Congress’s Ghulam Nabi Azad



“We have to bring about a change in society,” Ghulam Nabi Azad mentioned


Congress chief Ghulam Nabi Azad has indicated he would give up politics and expressed disappointment over political events, together with the Congress, creating division amongst folks. Mr Azad is among the many Congress’s “G-23” dissidents.

“We have to bring about a change in society. Sometimes I think, and it is not a big deal that suddenly you come to know that I have retired and started doing social service,” Mr Azad mentioned.

He not too long ago met with Congress interim chief Sonia Gandhi after the celebration’s dangerous efficiency because the G-23 searched for a collective management.

“Political parties work to create a divide, 24×7, amongst people on the basis of religion, caste and other things,” Mr Azad mentioned. “Be it my party or any other regional or national party, I am not forgiving any of them. Civil society should stay together and fight against the evils,” the Congress chief mentioned at an occasion in Jammu on Sunday.

Mr Azad blamed politicians for the “evils” in society. “We (political parties) divided people on the basis of region, village and cities, Hindus and Muslim, Shia and Sunnis, Dalit and non-Dalit, divisions in backward classes also. Now, who remains to be a human in all this? Human values have lost priorities amidst the decline,” Mr Azad mentioned.

“Politics in India has become so ugly that sometimes one has to doubt whether we are human,” he mentioned, including communal polarisation within the nation has elevated.

His feedback come at a time when the film ‘The Kashmir Files’, primarily based on the 1990 exodus of Kashmiri Pandits, has created a buzz within the political circles, with some supporting it and others criticising it.

Mr Azad additionally mentioned Pakistan and terrorism had been answerable for all that occurred in Kashmir valley. “Pakistan and militancy are responsible for what has happened in Jammu and Kashmir. It has affected all in Jammu and Kashmir, including Hindus, Kashmiri Pandits, Muslims, Dogras,” he mentioned.

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