Change in PDP's outlook made me leave party: Drabu
Mumbai (Maharashtra) , Dec 7 : Former PDP leader Haseeb Drabu on Friday asserted that a change in party's vision had made him leave it after a long association.
Talking about his association with Mufti, he stated, I came into politics because of him (Mufti). I worked with him as his economic advisor in 2003. He appreciated my work and brought me into the party. He is my mentor in this sphere. He started a party with different vision and ideology. We got to learn a lot from him. He had a vision and he aligned with BJP. I drafted the agenda of an alliance for the same. He had an agenda on which we were working but it has changed now.
On being asked about his political future, he said, I haven't thought about it. I have also been a writer and would like to write without conflicting with the view of the party.
Drabu, who had played a key role in forging an alliance between PDP and BJP three years back, resigned from the party on Thursday.
Drabu, a former finance minister of Jammu and Kashmir had then said that his resignation had been coming for a while now as he had already disengaged himself from the party affairs for quite some time now.