Ghulam Nabi Azad says ‘will continue my fight for J&K statehood’


“Until my last breath, I will continue my service for the nation and will continue my struggle for people’s rights,” Azad said.

Ghulam Nabi Azad retired from the Upper House on February 15.(PTI)
Ghulam Nabi Azad retired from the Upper House on February 15.(PTI)

By asserting that he only retired from Rajya Sabha and not politics, the senior leader of the Ghulam Nabi Azad Congress said the determination to continue his struggle for the recovery of guarantees of Jammu and Kashmir for his work and land.

The former minister’s chairman also emphasized the importance of unity among the population of the trade union region to fight threats from China and Pakistan and said, “We need to stand with our troops against enemies.

Ghulam Prophet Azad retired from the top house on February 15.

“I have retired from Rajya Sabha but not from politics. This is not the first time I retire from Parliament. Until my last breath, I will continue my service for the nation and will continue my struggle for people’s rights,” Azad told ‘ Shanti Sammelan ‘organized by Gandhi Global Family here.

He joined the leaders of senior party including Kapil Sibal, Manish Tewari, former Minister of Haryana Bhupinder Singh Hood, Raj Babbar and Anand Sharma.

In a clear reference for the development of August 5, 2019 when the center revoked J & K specific status and divided it into two union regions, he said, “We have lost our identity but we will not give up and continue our struggle for restoration of status inside and outside Parliament. ”

“We want representatives of the people of the three regions of Jammu and Kashmir and Kashmir, Kashmir, and Ladakh – to form a government. Leh supports UT status but Cargil opposed it. Every party in RSS and from BJP to RSS and the National Conference for PDP and Parthers Party wants yellowship back, “he said.

“It was the voice of people and I challenged anyone to come out with a statement that they did not want state recovery to J & K,” he said.

He also said he would continue his struggle for the rights of local residents on land and work.

“Jammu and Leh face a direct threat if outsiders begin to settle in J & K and Ladakh. We don’t oppose the people who come from outside to get a job here, but in Jammu and Kashmir, resources are limited because we don’t have a big industry Here, “Azad said.

In politics, he said the fight continued to ensure that people get their rights.

“Jammu and Kashmir take him with China and Pakistan and the enemies are very active unlike other parts of the country. We have many wars in the past but the crack has not ended until now. It is our responsibility that we are responsible for harmony, peace, love, and Against the shared enemy, “he said, added that it might happen when” we unite and not falling prey to those who do division politics “.

He said that every party has the right to come to power but do religious politics is not good for the country.

“You need to bring everyone together as done by Congress in the past. Congress cannot achieve freedom to the country, if not welcome everyone from every region, religion and every community including educated people, farmers, traders and workers , regardless of their caste and creed, “he said.

He said the Congress of Learning from former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi that the border population was brave people who fight the enemy with troops and need special attention.

“We pay respect for our troops to their courage in facing challenges from Pakistan and China. We support them and stand with them against the enemy,” he said.

“World leaders such as US President Joe Biden made a reference to Kashmir immediately after taking over. They did not talk about other places of the country but we have now lost our identity and have to fight for recovery,” he said.


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