‘No differences in state Congress’
PRESS TRUST OF INDIA
Srinagar, Apr 3: J&K Congress today said there were no differences within the party on the issue of Imtiyaz Parray, son of former counter-insurgent Kuka Parray, joining it.
“There is no question of any difference in the Congress party on such an issue. JKPCC president Saifuddin Soz takes all decisions democratically and enjoys unequivocal support of the rank and file of the party throughout Jammu and Kashmir,” state unit spokesperson Muhammad Muzaffar Parray said.
He said the clarification was needed as “it has come to our notice that certain elements are feeding the media with stories reflecting differences in the Congress on the issue relating to Imtiyaz Parray, son of late Kuka Parray, joining the Congress.”
“Soz has given a new dimension and strength to the party and made it ever more relevant and stronger in an unprecedented manner,” Parray said.
A day after Imtiyaz joined the party last week, some persons claiming to be Congress workers staged a protest here, opposing his entry.
Parray said none of them were party members.
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