Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Thursday reconstituted the partys disciplinary activity board, dropping senior pioneer and previous Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Ghulam Nabi Azad from the board.
Azad, a CWC part, will be essential for the G23 the gathering that kept in touch with Sonia requesting major developments in the party structure. Sonia additionally dropped previous Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde and previous Arunachal Chief Minister Mukut Mithi from the board.
The exclusion of Azad came a day after somewhere around 20 J&K Congress pioneers thought about near him left their party positions to press for an authority change in the Union Territory. These included previous priests G M Saroori, Vikar Rasool and Dr Manohar Lal Sharma; previous lawmakers Jugal Kishore Sharma, Ghulam Nabi Monga, Naresh Gupta, Mohammad Amin Bhat, Subash Gupta; State Congress VP Anwar Bhat, and Kulgam District Development Council part Anyatullah Rather.
The new disciplinary activity board, headed by A K Antony once more, will have AICC general secretary Tariq Anwar as part secretary, and CWC part Ambika Soni, senior Delhi Congress pioneer Jai Prakash Aggarwal and Karnataka pioneer G Parameshwara as individuals. The board has barely met after the demise of one of its individuals, Motilal Vora, in December last year.
Azad was among the conspicuous individuals from the G23. Kapil Sibal, a vocal individual from the G23, had set off a debate as of late when he said at a question and answer session that in our party, right now, there is no president, so we dont realize who is taking these choices. We know but then we dont know.
Tending to a CWC meeting last month, Sonia stated that she was a full-time and active Congress president, adding that she generally liked candor and there was no compelling reason to address her through the media.