SRINAGAR — Former Congress MLA Muhammad Amin Bhat on Friday said that he has resigned from the party.
Talking to the news agency KNO, Bhat, who represented Devsar in the last Assembly of the erstwhile State of J&K, said that he has resigned from the party. “I welcome the resignation of Azad sahib from Congress. I have also resigned from the party,” he said.
Meanwhile, sources disclosed that a few top leaders of the J&K Congress, who were against the appointment of former minister Vikar Rasool Wani as JKPCC chief, are camping in New Delhi.
“They are waiting to meet Rahul Gandhi to convey their displeasure over the appointment of Vikar Rasool,” they said.
Sources also disclosed that former MLA Inderwal GM Saroori is presently at the residence of Ghulam Nabi Azad in New Delhi. “A few J&K Congress leaders may also resign tomorrow,” they said.