“DAP Chairman Ghulam Nabi Azad will visit Jammu on November 3 and on November 5, he is expected to be on a two-day tour of Doda-Ramban districts,” party sources said.
Notably, Azad on September 26, floated new political outfit DAP with three agendas in Jammu and Kashmir including restoration of full statehood, right to land and employment to native domiciles.
“From November 3 to 5, he will be holding interactions with various delegations and meetings with the party cadre here,” sources revealed.
They said that Azad is also expected to hold public meetings during his visit to the Doda region.
Azad on September 26 at the launch of his party also unveiled the party’s flag that has three strips of mustard, white and dark blue colours.
On Monday, the former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister visited the residence of senior DAP leader Salman Nizami’s Banihal residence to offer condolences on his father’s death.
Azad, 73, ended his over five-decade long association with Congress on August 26 and launched DAP.