G-7 still a major concern for Congress

April 07 2021

The frontline ‘G-23’, led by disgruntled Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad, may have broken down and leaders like Shashi Tharoor, Jitin Prasad have once again reached the shelter of their high command, but leaders like Anand Sharma, Kapil Sibal, Manish Tiwari, Vivek Tankha, Bhupendra Singh Hooda are still slaves in the hands of Azad under the guise of ‘G-7’. Now it has also become clear that in the states where the elections will be held, the leaders of ‘G-7’ will wake up sentiment against their own party Congress in these states. Anand Sharma has opened the front in the Bengal elections by tweeting against Congress. In the future, the ‘G-7’ can hold rallies in Himachal Pradesh and Haryana. It is being said that if Hooda wanted it, the Manohar Lal Khattar government of Haryana could have been suffocated, but with a ‘change’ in Hooda, the Khattar government has easily won the no-confidence motion. It is said that Hooda is deeply distressed about his case of CBI and ED. The CBI is still investigating the Rs 1500 crore Manesar land scam case, besides the ED summoning Hooda in the ‘money laundering case in the same month of February. It is said that troubled Hooda came to Azad’s shelter and Azad spoke to a prominent BJP leader and gave Hooda immediate relief in these matters. Ghulam Nabi Azad can also contest the next election of the Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly by forming his own regional party and he can tie up with BJP post-election when the time comes to form a government.

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