‘Proud Indian’: Rajya Sabha bids emotional farewell to Congress’ Ghulam Nabi Azad. Leaders from all parties have expressed their heartfelt condolences to Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad on his retirement from Rajya Sabha.
Speaking about Pakistan in his retirement speech, Azad, 71, said he was among the lucky people who had never been to Pakistan and felt proud to be an Indian Muslim. Azad said that he is among the lucky ones who have never been to Pakistan. When he studys the situation in Pakistan, he says that he feels proud to be a Hindu Christian.
Presenting his success to Indira Gandhi, Azad said former Prime Minister and Sanjay Gandhi had given him opportunities to work under Congress. He also mentioned the opportunities offered to him under the leadership of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, former ANC President Sonia Gandhi, and Rahul Gandhi.
He also praised former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee for his ability to find solutions by including everyone. Azad said that he has learned from Vajpayee how to solve problems by giving something to the opposition and the ruling party, he also said that It was very easy for him to run the parliament under his leadership because of this.
Azad stressed that people will maintain their reliance on the law until the time they work for them and pass laws. He said that as long as they continue to fight among ourselves, they will lose the trust of the people.
Speaking on the need to govern impartially, Azad said he would be ashamed to work with any political party “working religiously or socially or with the party”.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the Congress leader has also set very high standards as a leader and that Parliament of the opposition party. Prime Minister Narendra Modi also said that the post comes, the high office comes, the power comes and how you behave, he says that one has to learn from Ghulam Nabi Azad Ji and that he can take him as a true friend.
He added saying that the replacement for Ghulam Nabi ji will have a hard time comparing his work because he was concerned not only with his party but also with the country and the House.
Prime Minister Modi has vividly recalled Azad’s help and efforts to bring back the Gujarat people trapped in Kashmir during the 2007 terrorist attacks. to attack. Ghulam Nabi Ji has been following up, and he is worried that those who are being held are members of his family, ”said the premier.
“I have known Ghulam Nabi Azad for years. We were prime ministers together. We had worked together even before I became a CM, when Azad Sahab was very active in politics. She has a love that most people don’t know about – the garden, ”she shared.
Prime Minister Modi said at the time of the outbreak of the coronavirus, it was Azad who had proposed to convene an all-party conference to combat the problem as a single nation. He said that as the leader of the opposition, it is easy to get involved in party politics, but Ghulam Nabi Azad ji has rose above this and also has always put the country’s prosperity first.