SRINAGAR: Former minister Syed Basharat Bukhari has resigned from the National Conference on Friday.
“Very respectfully, I hereby disassociate from the party (J&K National Conference) from this day 12th of March 2021, Friday onwards. Please be kind enough to acknowledge the above-mentioned expression and oblige,” Bukhari’s resignation that he submitted to party president Dr Farooq Abdulah reads.
In a separate letter to Party’s Vice President and former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah, Basharat Bukhari while referring to his decision of disassociating from the party, expressed his gratitude for his ( Omar’s) love and affection towards him during his brief stint as a party member.
“ Although 2 years-2 months and 21 days is less a time to be mentioned, that too when a major portion ( One year and three months) of it got consumed under detention ( House arrest) and three months in post-Covid complicacies and ailments. But indeed for me, it was an interesting journey and a learning process as well. Thank you So much,” wrote Bukhari to Omar Abdullah in his letter.
“ I wish you good luck and hope that the people of Jammu and Kashmir shall get benefited from/through your intellect and politico-administrative experiences.’’ Basharat Bukhari wrote in a letter.