Jammu Kashmir Congress got another setback again senior leader Ashok Sharma resigns from the party

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Jammu Kashmir: Former Jammu and Kashmir MLA and Congress leader Ashok Sharma on Saturday resigned from the party by writing a letter to party president Sonia Gandhi. Sharma, national coordinator of the All India Congress Committee’s ‘Vichar Vibhag’ and a member of the state executive committee, said he took this “painful” decision due to the “current situation and unavoidable circumstances”. Prior to this, several Congress leaders, including a former Deputy Chief Minister, eight former ministers, a former MP, nine MLAs and a large number of Panchayati Raj Sansthan members, municipal councilors and other grassroots leaders of Jammu and Kashmir, resigned and joined the Ghulam Nabi Azad camp. have been

fought for decades in many states

Azad, 73, had on August 26 termed the party a “massive ruin”, ending his five-decade ties with the Congress. He also attacked Rahul Gandhi for ‘dismantling’ the entire advisory apparatus of the party. In his letter, Sharma said, “I loved my party with all my heart and fought for decades from small regional units to several states to strengthen it at the grassroots level.” Won the assembly elections in Rajouri district from Kalakot constituency.

The process of resignation is not stopping

In the State Congress Committee, the process of resignation of party leaders and workers in support of former Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad is not stopping. Let us tell you that in the coming days, there is a possibility of resignation from other districts also in support of Azad. According to the information, most of the leaders and office bearers who have resigned will attend Azad’s public meeting on September 4 in Jammu.

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