Rift emerges in Jammu: When the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) i.e Congress’s Working Committee finalized that Mrs Sonia Gandhi as interim chief of Congress party, several leaders of Congress was not happy with the decision. Congress Party is struggling hard to keep the cadres intact across the nation.
A major rift emerged in Jammu and Kashmir Congress Committee. According to the sources, a letter had been sent to the Congress interim chief Mrs Sonia Gandhi to remove UT Parti’s President Mr G A Mir.
Sources also confirmed that a letter was sent by a Senior Congress Leader and Vice President of the party G N Monga to the Congress Party chief to sack G A Mir from the post.
Around eight to ten Congress leaders had signed on the letter citing incumbency as the main reason for the removal of Mr G. A. Mir. Sources also confirm that this was not the first letter which has been sent to the party chief.
Around two to three letters had been sent to party chief requesting to remove UT Party, President G A Mir, by senior leaders in the last two months.
A Congress leader said that Mir is not working on the ground level. On the other hand, other leaders are working hard to keep the party active.
He also said that this is the right time that congress party chief should step in and remove the unit president to keep the party alive in the valley. Several leaders have threatened to say goodbye to congress if party state chief is not removed immediately.
Due to this rift emerges in Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress committee over state president hence, Sonia Gandhi offered to quit the post of interim Congress President and asked the Congress Working Committee to begin the process for selecting a new party president.