No threat to J&K coalition: Soz
Jammu: Ruling out any factionalism in state
Congress, which heads the coalition in Jammu and Kashmir, PCC
chief Saif-ud-Din Soz has said there was no threat to the Omar
"There is no threat to the coalition in Jammu and Kashmir.
It is running smoothly. There are no differences between
Congress and National Conference and the coalition was getting
stronger day by day," he said.
Soz was talking to reporters on the sidelines of a funtion
in Swankha village, 50 kms from here, yesterday.
"Congress is united. We all are making efforts to make it
stronger. Co-ordination committee is doing its job in a better
way," he said.
On whether a possible reshuffle in the Omar Abdullah
ministry was getting delayed because of factionalism in
Congress, he said, "There is no groupism or factionalism in
the party. We are united. If a few persons have gone here and
there you cannot say it is factionalism. For reshuffle, Omar
is the right person to respond."
Asked if any disciplinary action was being contemplated by
Congress leadership against those indulging in such acts, the
PCC chief said, "Congress is a large and responsible party. It
will take a decision by giving a wider and mature thought."
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