Ghulam Nabi Azad Launches His Own Party – ‘Democratic Azad Force’
After leaving the Congress party, the former J&K CM Ghulam Nabi Azad has launched his new party in Jammu and named it as ‘Democratic Azad Force’.
Former Jammu & Kashmir CM & Ex-Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad on Monday established his own party, the Democratic Azad Force, after keeping everyone on edge for weeks over his next step after leaving the Congress.
Azad unfurled the party flag before going on to describe the importance of the flag’s three distinct color stripes.
Speaking to the media, Azad remarked that the color mustard represents creativity, the strength of ideas, and accepting differences in order to stand as one.
According to Azad, the dark blue color represents a level of tolerance that is as deep as the vast skies and seas, whilst the color white stands for peace and fraternity.
Azad urged people to put aside their differences of ideology, to remove all obstacles, and to work together, noting that the valley’s residents had suffered severe economic losses as a result of the darbar move that had been abandoned.
He claimed that Samba and Kathua’s manufacturers suffered greatly as a result of the revocation of Jammu and Kashmir‘s special status.
Azad declared that his political party is not in opposition to any other political party and added, “We will speak about our own policies and programs and let others do their own while leaving everything to the people who are the ultimate masters in politics.”
Azad asserted that his opponents are not really his enemies and that there was a significant distinction between “political opponents and enemies.”
Azad asserted that all parties have the freedom to express to the public their views and viewpoints regarding their policies and programs.
People have the right to select the policies they believe are the best from among those available in a democratic system, according to Azad.
Azad demanded that trucks carrying fruit from Kashmir be allowed to travel freely throughout the entire nation and requested that they be given particular consideration because fruits have a shorter shelf life.
Additionally, he asked the center to help farmers whose crops were destroyed by natural calamities like floods financially.