In excess of 50 senior Congress pioneers, including previous Jammu and Kashmir vice president serve Tara Chand, left the party on the side of Ghulam Nabi Azad here on Tuesday.
They presented a joint renunciation letter to Sonia Gandhi.
Chand and a few others, including previous clergymen Abdul Majid Wani, Manohar Lal Sharma, Gharu Ram and previous MLA Balwan Singh, reported their renunciations from their party, including its essential participation, at a public interview.
“We have presented a joint renunciation letter to Congress president Sonia Gandhi on the side of Azad,” Balwan Singh said.
Azad, 73, a previous boss clergyman of Jammu and Kashmir, finished his five-decade relationship with the Congress on Friday, naming the party “completely obliterated” and attacking Rahul Gandhi for “wrecking” its whole consultative component.
He will soon a send off a public level party from Jammu and Kashmir.
More than twelve noticeable Congress pioneers, including previous pastors and administrators, other than many Panchayati Raj Institution (PRI) individuals, civil corporators and area and block level pioneers have proactively passed on the Congress to join Azad.