Congress high command should take notice of indiscipline by 2 ministers: Soz
PRESS TRUST OF INDIA
Jammu, Dec 29: Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee president Saif-ud-din Soz today made it clear that no factionalism will be tolerated by senior functionaries and ministers and party high command has to curb such tendencies.
Soz was replying to a question on a separate function held by Deputy Chief Minister Tara Chand and minister for Public Works Department (PWD) G M Saroori at Banihal in Ramban district yesterday, even as the official function to celebrate 125th foundation day of Congress was held here in which AICC general secretary and Union minister of state for Science and Technology Prithviraj Chavan participated.
"Holding function at Banihal by Chand and Saroori is a sheer act of indiscipline and an attempt to promote factionalism in the party," JKPCC chief told PTI here, adding, "It is unfortunate that both of them have been doing it for a long time." Asked whether he has proposed any disciplinary action against them to Congress high command, Soz avoided a direct reply saying that "the party high command should take notice of this."
To another question whether there existed any factionalism in the party, Soz said "my satisfaction is that the JKPCC is fully united all over the state".
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