Azad Dismisses Pre-Poll Alliance Prospects with Apni Party, Peoples Conference

Srinagar: DPAP Chairman Ghulam Nabi Azad has categorically ruled out the possibility of entering into any pre-poll alliance with Apni Party’s Syed Altaf Bukhari or Peoples Conference Chairman Sajad Gani Lone.

As per news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), in an interview with a news channel, Azad highlighted the inherent disparities in political agendas and regional influences as significant impediments to such partnerships.

“They have their agendas, and everyone has their own area of influence,” Azad said. “Let me tell you a political thing… alliances happen when the influence of the two parties are the same in a particular area. When one’s influence is in the south and the other’s is in the north, how could an alliance happen?”

“If I have influence on 40 homes and you have on 60, and if we make an alliance, the number will surge to 100. But if I don’t have influence on any home, and you have no influence in my area, how could we join hands?,” Azad asked.

The veteran politician urged further against allowing emotions to govern decision-making processes, cautioning that unchecked emotional responses could lead to societal decline and turmoil. “This is why Allah has given us brains, so that we think and then accordingly decide what is wrong and what is right for us,” Azad remarked—(KNO)

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