Be thankful to Cong: Vakil to NC
KASHMIR MEDIA NETWORK
Srinagar, Jan 1: Senior Congress leader and Member of Legislative Council Abdul GaniVakil Saturday said that National Conference should be thankful to Congress High Command because of whose support Omar Abdullah continues to be the Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir.
Reacting to the statement of senior NC leader Mustafa Kamal that Congress has always betrayed them in past, Vakil said that Congress has never cheated anybody, as party doesn’t believe in politics of deceit.
“The support provided by the UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi to NC during unrest, can never be forgotten,” he said.
Terming the recent statements of Prof. Saifuddin Soz as his personal views, Vakil said that Soz should respond to the allegations leveled against him, as Congress has nothing to do with it.
Vakil acknowledged that “All is not well” within the Congress. “For past two years, no meeting of working committee has taken place to strengthen the party despite Congress high command passing instructions, “he said adding that AICC was aware about the differences in the party.
Referring to the state Congress chief, Vakil said, “What can I say about him (Soz) as he is very junior to me,” he said.
However, added that coalition government would complete its tenure of 6-years.
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