State Congress leaders Monday held a meeting at party headquarters here where they requested the minister from the party to boycott the cabinet meetings in the wake of allegations levelled by Additional General Secretary of National Conference Dr Sheikh Mustafa Kamal against the Congress leadership.
Senior Vice President State Congress and MLC Ghulam Nabi Monga told KNS that Kamal’s statements are against the coalition dharma and he should apologise unconditionally for his baseless outbursts time and again against the Congress leadership.
“If Kamal won’t apologise, it will widen the cracks within the coalition. State Congress chief Prof Saif-ud-Din Soz is being respected everywhere and we can’t tolerate anybody leveling false allegations against him,” he said.
“We can go to any extent if someone talks against the Congress and our president,” he said and claimed that National Conference has failed to control Kamal who is time and again issuing useless and baseless statements against the Congress.
Speaking on the occasion Congress leaders strongly condemned abusive utterances of Kamal against its senior leaders. “Kamal should know that they are in power because of the Congress and he should go for self introspection instead of accusing Congress leadership. Congress is a secular party having history of more than 125 years, it is people’s party,” he said.
The Congress leaders demanded that Kamal should be expelled from the NC “as he is a big threat to coalition government.”