Ghulam Nabi Azad marked the beginning of his new political innings in Kashmir by means of announcing that Article 370, revoked via the BJP authorities in 2019 at the centre, can not be delivered returned.
Former Congress chief Ghulam Nabi Azad, who is set to release his very own political outfit, on Sunday stated Article 370 of the charter, which granted more autonomy to Jammu and Kashmir and became revoked 3 years in the past through the BJP authorities on the centre, cannot be restored.
In his first public meeting in North Kashmir’s Baramulla, Mr Azad focused local events for “misleading human beings” with the aid of promising them to push for the recovery of Article 370.
“Ghulam Nabi Azad will not misinform all people. For votes, I will not deceive and make the most you. Please don’t rake up troubles which can’t be achieved. 370 can’t be restored. It needs two-thirds majority in parliament,” stated Mr Azad in a fiery speech.
He said the Congress is “happening” with each election and there is no party in India that could get majority in parliament and restore Article 370.
The former Congress chief stated he may be launching his birthday celebration in Jammu and Kashmir inside the next 10 days to “combat politics of exploitation and falsehood”.
“The politics of exploitation has brought about the killing of 1 lakh people in Kashmir. It has orphaned 5 lakh kids and induced large distraction,” said Mr Azad.
He said he has come to Jammu and Kashmir “to fight against the exploitation and falsehood despite the fact that it hurts his political prospects”.
Mr Azad’s stance is at odds with most local parties in Jammu and Kashmir, including the Congress, which have signed a p.C. To campaign for the recovery of Article 370 – which granted unique powers to the country.
“It’s another deception to provoke humans for agitation and get them killed. So lengthy Azad is alive, I will combat in opposition to falsehood. You will need to kill me if you want silence this concept,” said Mr Azad.
The veteran politician, who resigned from the Congress final month, promised people that he’s going to instead fight for what is potential, which he says is restoration of statehood, and safety of jobs and land for the residents of Jammu and Kashmir.
“I will now not enhance emotive slogans for triumphing seats. We will must fight for restoration of statehood. For this there may be no need for a constitutional amendment,” said Mr Azad.
He also targeted his former celebration, pronouncing that it become only Congress dissidents known as the G-23, which he changed into a part of, who had spoken out against the adjustments to Kashmir’s repute in parliament.
He said once statehood is restored, the kingdom authorities can make laws for safety of jobs and land for the citizens of Jammu and Kashmir and those two issues do not need approval of parliament.
The former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister attempted to ring a bell with people through invoking his work on human rights and Improvement in the union territory, which was downgraded to a union territory 3 years ago while its unique fame became revoked.
He reminded human beings how he avoided faux encounters and punished responsible police officers all through his tenure as Chief Minister.