J&K,18/11:The Congress is facing many difficulties even before the war of Assembly Elections 2022 in 5 states of the country. The crisis of Congress is not taking the name of subsidence. The Congress, which is already facing a crisis in Uttar Pradesh, Punjab and Rajasthan, has now suffered a major setback in Jammu and Kashmir. Congress leaders in the state are leaving the party in large numbers.
Seven prominent leaders of the Jammu and Kashmir unit of the Congress have sent their resignation letters to party president Sonia Gandhi and claimed that they were not given an opportunity to express their views on party-related matters in the state. Sources say that among the leaders who have resigned, four are former ministers and three are former MLAs. All of them are close to former Chief Minister and senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad. The leaders who resigned from the party include GM Saroori, Jugal Kishor, Vikar Rasool and Dr Manohar Lal.
In the resignation letters sent to Congress President Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and J&K Secretary-in-Charge Rajni Patil, leaders have objected to the manner in which State Congress Committee President Ghulam Ahmed Mir led the party. According to media reports, he said that Mir was taking the party towards crisis. In the resignation letter, these leaders have alleged that they had to take this step due to the hostile attitude of the state Congress leadership.