On Wednesday, Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad, who will shortly retire as a member of Rajya Sabha, said that people will have seen him in many places because he is ” free now “. He has no desire to be an MP, a minister, or any role in the opposition.
Mr. Azad also said that he was completely pleased with his political work.
Mr. Azad told, “I was president of the state youth Congress of Jammu and Kashmir in 1975. I worked on many positions in the party. I worked with many Prime Ministers. I consider myself fortunate that I got to work for the nation. I am happy that I was able to perform my duties honestly. I got the opportunity to understand the world and the country”.
“I am totally satisfied with my work as a politician. I believe that I will continue to serve the public till I am alive,” he further added.
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He received many many praises as well as greetings from the parliament. In response to that, Mr. Azad said, “We understand some people superficially while others are in-depth. Those who understood me in-depth and saw my work over the years became emotional yesterday. I am thankful to everyone. I would also thank people who messaged me, called me, and tweeted for me.”
Mr. Ghulam further said, “I am thankful to the PM, President, and colleagues of the various parties who showered their praise on me and with whom I got the opportunity to work. I am thankful to all for their wishes”.
Bout his future plans, the Congress leader said, “You will see me at many places. I am free now. I have no wish to be MP, Minister, or hold any position in the party. I have done enough work.”
Talking about the prospects regarding the future of the Congress party and party president, Mr. Azad said, “I am okay with whatever party chooses. My fight is for how the party will be strengthened, my fight is not against any individual or against anyone.”
Rajya Sabha saw emotional moments on Tuesday as Prime Minister Narendra Modi remembered Ghulam Nabi Azad’s contribution to the nation, his party, and the House as well.
Modi, a sentimental prime minister, bid farewell to Rajya Sabha, the Opposition leader, who is retiring from the Parliament, and remembered his longstanding relationship with the senior leader.