"I have not come (to JK) looking for a job, I want to serve the people,” Azad said addressing a rally
Azad resigned from Indian National Congress in August last year.
At 91, Karan Singh is more pleased with Prime Minister Narendra Modi for declaring Singh's father Maharaja Hari Singh's birth anniversary as a state holiday.
He was speaking at his maiden rally in Kashmir Valley after quitting the Congress last month.
Ghulam Nabi Azad's supporters, who also quit the Congress, are sure that he would launch a regional party in Jammu and Kashmir.
He added that Congress does not respect its leaders
"I am in no hurry as of now to launch a national party but keeping in mind that elections are likely to be held in Jammu and Kashmir, I have decided to launch a unit there soon," Azad said.
The G-23, the members of which were lampooned by the party loyalists after their letter became public on August 24, 2020, has virtually disintegrated over the last two years with the resignations of Azad and Kapil Sibal.
Azad said in his letter that at no place in a booth, block, district or state was an electoral roll published, nominations invited, scrutinized, polling booths set up and elections held.
Azad had resigned as chairman of the campaign committee in Jammu and Kashmir a few days ago.