Amidst the ongoing turmoil in the Congress, former External Affairs Minister Natwar Singh has blamed Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi for this condition of the party.
After the political earthquake in Punjab, the veteran leaders of the Congress have started questioning the working style of the party. Expressing his displeasure, senior leader Kapil Sibal said, “Don’t know who is taking decisions in Congress. Those whom the leadership considered as their own, those people are leaving the party. He said- We (G-23 leaders) are not among those who will leave the party and go somewhere else. We are still waiting for the election of the party president. However, after this statement of Sibal, Congress workers also protested outside his house.
Natwar Singh also raised the question: Former Congress leader and former External Affairs Minister Natwar Singh has blamed Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi for this condition of the party. He said that these three should have accepted their mistake in front of Captain Amarinder Singh but they will not be able to do so. Because all three consider themselves as Tees Maar Khan.
The former foreign minister said that now nothing is going right in the Congress. Rahul Gandhi takes every big decision of the party without any post. He said that now neither the CWC meeting is held nor the National Executive meeting is convened.
P. Chidambaram also said: Former Finance Minister P. Chidambaram also said in a tweet that “I feel helpless when there is no meaningful dialogue in the party forum. I feel hurt and helpless when I see Congress workers shouting slogans outside the residence of one of my colleague (Kapil Sibal) and MP.”
Let us inform that many Congress leaders protested against the riotous demonstration of Congress workers outside Kapil Sibal’s house and asked the party high command to take action against such people. While Manish Tewari called it a hooliganism, Anand Sharma asked Sonia Gandhi to take action on it. Bhupinder Singh Hooda also said that what happened outside Kapil Sibal’s house is not the culture of Congress. However, even after seeing the opposing tone, the party high command has not taken any step on it so far. In such a situation, dissatisfaction is increasing among the G-23 leaders of the party.
On Wednesday, Kapil Sibal and Ghulam Nabi Azad expressed concern over the turmoil in several state units, including Punjab, and demanded that a CWC meeting be convened soon to discuss the ongoing internal crisis in the party.
CWC meeting to be held soon: Speaking to news agency PTI amid questions from senior leaders, Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said interim president Sonia Gandhi had indicated last week that the CWC meeting would be convened very soon. It is believed that in this meeting, discussions can also be held on improving the leadership, brainstorming on the condition of the party and changing the party president.