"It is most unfortunate even our MPs, while I was having discussions with them, those who are now opposing and those who have been suspended, they were saying we leave it to the high command. Whatever they will decide, we will go by that. But once we decided, everybody went back," he said.
Azad said that the confusion over the issue was because many parties and individuals had given wrong assurances.
"It is not our fault. It is the fault of those people who had given wrong assurances to us and after a decision was taken by Congress and the Cabinet, they had gone back (on their word)," he said.
Azad said that the Congress had committed itself to creation of the new state.


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