Azad’s resignation- A setback to Congress
Senior Congress leaders who played effective, transparent, loyal role in the party for five decades resigned this week. The recent resignation of former union minister, former chief minister of Jammu & Kashmir Ghulam Nabi Azad from Congress who had worked honestly, sincerely with the party for five decades with the then prime ministers Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi, P.V.Narasimha Rao, Manmohan Singh.
AZAD’S RESIGNATION- A SETBACK TO CONGRESS
Senior Congress leaders who played effective, transparent, loyal role in the party for five decades resigned this week. The recent resignation of former union minister, former chief minister of Jammu & Kashmir Ghulam Nabi Azad from Congress who had worked honestly, sincerely with the party for five decades with the then prime ministers Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi, P.V.Narasimha Rao, Manmohan Singh. He had worked on various organizational posts. His exit can prove to be weakening of Congress in J&K and especially in Northern India. Number of his supporters too have resigned from Congress after his resignation from the party. Earlier, senior leaders of Congress Capt Amarinder Singh -Former Chief Minister Punjab, former Union Minister Kapil Sibal, Ashwani Kumar and Sunil Jakhar have also resigned from Congress. As the elections to J&K Assembly are due, Azad will play major role in bringing the vote bank of the Congress to declining situation even less than expectations. Azad a soft spoken, a visionary personality, a great orator is known for his political skills in organizational and political speeches. His exit can also upset the prospects of Congress in Himachal Pradesh as this cannot be ruled out.
PM’S VISIT – A BOOS TO PUNJAB BJP
The recent visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Punjab can prove to be a booster for the state unit of BJP. He had talks with the party leaders for few minutes. There are indications of strengthening the party organizational structure and accommodating the leaders who have joined BJP after resigning from Congress they are waiting for their adjustments in the party. Former Congress state president Sunil Kumar Jakhar, Kewal Singh Dhillon, Arvind Khanna, Fatheh Singh Bajwa, Raj Kumar Verka, Sham Sunder Arora, Namisha Mehta and other leaders are hopeful to be adjusted soon in BJP to prepare a new road map for the coming municipal corporation and municipal committees elections due in early 2023 and 2024 parliament elections. Punjab has 13 parliament seats. BJP senior leaders like former minister Punjab Laxmi Kanta Chawla, Dr Baldev Chawla, Master Mohan Lal, Tikshan Sud, Manoranjan Kalia and Surjit Jayani are hopeful of being accommodated in the organization structure in state or national level as these leaders have stood with party even during the days of militancy and tried their best to keep the unity and integrity intact in Punjab. It is the appropriate time for the BJP high command to boost the morale of the old, seasoned senior BJP leaders and workers to motivate the youths towards highlighting the policies and programmes implemented by the Union Government for people across the country.
CONGRESS PROSPECTS IN PUNJAB?
PPCC president is trying his best to motivate the cadre for the coming municipal elections and parliament elections. Many party leaders have already resigned and there are apprehensions that some more congress leaders may resignations from the party. At present the Mayors, Senior Deputy Mayors and Deputy Mayors in municipal corporations are of the Congress party and the allegations by the Opposition parties of misappropriation of funds, can upset the Congress prospects in Punjab in the municipal corporations and municipal committee elections.
AAP EYES ON HIMACHAL
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leaders are keeping eye on the Himachal elections. To motivate the masses in Himachal Pradesh they are on toes to fulfill their poll guarantees in Punjab and to highlight the same in the Himachal elections. In Punjab, Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann is trying to bring heavy industry and seeking funds from the Center to carry out development works.
Rajat Kumar Mohindru,