Congress leaders should abandon Five Star Culture: Ghulam Nabi Azad – Congress leaders should abandon ‘Five Star Culture’: Ghulam Nabi Azad


Azad, one of the 23 leaders who wrote letters for organizational change, said that they were “raising issues as reformists and not as rebels.” He told PTI-Bhasha, “District, Block and There is a huge gap between the people and Congress leaders at the state level. The party’s engagement with the public should be a continuous process and not only during elections. “The Leader of the Opposition in the Rajya Sabha said that the party leaders should give up the five-star culture.

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He said, “Congress leaders should give up the five-star culture. At least during the elections he should avoid this culture and live among the people in the area. Should visit and not just stay in five star hotels and return.

He said, “Every leader should have knowledge of each assembly constituency. Merely going from Delhi and staying in five-star hotels and returning to Delhi after two-three days is nothing but a waste of money. “The former Union minister held elections for all positions in the state, district and block units of the Congress. Pleaded. He said, “We should elect PCC, DCC and BCC, and a program is very important for the party in this regard.”

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Azad said that he along with other Congress leaders are raising these issues in the interest of the party. He said, “We are reformists, not rebels.” We are not against leadership. Rather, we are strengthening the hands of leadership by proposing reforms.

Azad did not blame the top leadership of the party for the defeat in the election, but said that there was no contact between the leaders and the people. He did not elaborate on the Bihar defeat. Azad was among the 23 leaders who wrote a letter to Congress President Sonia Gandhi in August demanding elections for key positions and organizational changes in the party.

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