Is Congress Sinking further? With the resignation of one among the tallest leaders of Indian national congress,

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Is Congress Sinking further?
With the resignation of one among the tallest leaders of Indian national congress, Ghulam Nabi Azad, the cracks in the rank and file of congress are widening further and dozens of leaders in Jammu and Kashmir have put forth their resignations in the last couple of days. The development too place just a few days before the party could launch its “Bharat Jodo” Campaign so that they could aware people about the so called misdoings of Narendra Modi led national democratic alliance and would garner support from all parts of the country. Congress party has been beating its secular drum for last seventy five years and its leaders have been claiming themselves to be the flag bearers of unity in diversity of the country but the real face of the party came to fore when Ghulam Nabi Azad made a public claim that Party leader Rahul Gandhi has abolished the consultative tradition in the party and he according to Azad is running the party affairs without consulting the senior leaders of the party.
Now that many tall figures of the party haave resigned in support of Ghulam Nabi Azad, the indifferences in the party are evident and its tall claims of being a secular organization of the country have fallen flat. If congress party cannot afford to keep leaders of the G N Azad’s stature intact in its ranks, one can easily understand that the secular spirit of the party is already dead and the party is a worst example of dictatorship or monopoly.
Dozens of leaders from Jammu and Kashmir and their thousands of supporters have already parted ways with the party and it is expected that in the coming days many more leaders will bid adieu and join the anti congress forces. This clearly indicates that the congress is on the path of extinction as the party ship has developed serious cracks and it is destined to sink now.

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