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Voters boycotting elections to protest against lack of basic amenities isn’t new.
Ghulam Nabi Azad said that NITI Aayog had ranked school education in Madhya Pradesh as the poorest among all states.
Azad reportedly made the comments at an event of the AMU in Lucknow on Wednesday, apparently to criticise the political climate in Uttar Pradesh under the BJP-led government.
Azad pointed at the fact, that since his days as a youth leader he has been campaigning across the country for a number of party candidates belonging to the Hindu community.
TPCC chief Uttam Kumar Reddy and Telangana Congress in-charge RC Khuntia met AICC leadership on Wednesday to brief them about the party’s preparations and on the progress of the seat-sharing talks.
Karimnagar Lok Sabha MP from Telangana Rashtra Samithi B Vinod Kumar pooh-poohed senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad’s statement that TRS had no role in the formation of Telangana state.
Though our own MPs from Andhra region opposed, we delivered Telangana.
Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Ghulam Nabi Azad alleged that the Rafale deal was the biggest scam of the century, stressing that PM Narendra Modi owed an answer to the nation on the issue.
Initiating the debate, TDP leader Y S Chowdhary said the hasty and unscientifically prepared and politically motivated decision of the undivided Andhra Pradesh had caused agony to the people.
This was the first meeting of senior party leaders from Jammu and Kashmir to review the party performance in the past and new strategy.
The complaint aganist Azad is that, he had allegedly said that the "Indian Army in Jammu and Kashmir was killing more civilians than terrorists during military operations in the state".
The complaint was filed by advocate Shashi Bhushan at Patiala House Court sought action against both the leaders for sedition, criminal conspiracy and spreading rumours about army.
Hope Ghulam Nabi Azad will retract statement on Kashmir civilian killings: Union Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore
Azad comment came a day after the BJP pulled out of the Jammu and Kashmir alliance and promised intensified action against militancy in the state.
It was a meeting between JD(S) national general secretary Danish Ali and Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad that laid the foundation for the Congress-JD(S) coalition government in Karnataka.