bihar election result 2020 impact on congress: due to very poor performance in Bihar elections and by-elections, head of congress in Congress, meeting of special committee to help Sonia possible – aicc special committee to help sonia gandhi could meet today to discuss internal rumbling after bad election resultsOn November 17, 2020 by admin
- Congress party’s performance in Bihar elections and by-elections in various states is very poor
- Former Union Minister Kapil Sibal suggested restoring internal democracy in the party
- Karti Chidambaram supported Sibal while Gehlot and Adhir Ranjan criticized
The Congress party is facing internal and external attacks due to its very poor performance in the Bihar assembly elections. While RJD leader Shivanand Tiwari pointed out that the Congress was a burden on the coalition parties, its own veteran leader Kapil Sibal termed the top leadership as stubborn, who knows both the problem and the solution, but is happy with the status quo.
Sonia’s special committee meeting can be held
It is natural that the top leadership of the Congress cannot ignore these offensive statements, so it is likely that a special committee meeting of the party is going to take place today. Sources say that the Special AICC Committee will discuss the levelless performance of the Congress in Bihar elections and by-elections in 10 states. The committee was set up in September in connection with the organizational reshuffle that aims to help Chairman Sonia Gandhi take important decisions by assessing the day-to-day functioning of the party.
The list of angry Congress leaders is getting longer
Former Union Minister Kapil Sibal again targeted the top leadership after a few days of silence and advised the party to accept that it was getting weaker day by day. He suggested taking the help of experienced leaders to strengthen the party. Actually, the list of angry leaders in Congress is increasing. In August, 23 leaders wrote to Sonia Gandhi demanding restoration of democracy within the party. Karti Chidambaram, son of former Union Minister P. Chidambaram, on Monday demanded introspection, deliberation and then working on new ideas. He supported Kapil Sibal by tweeting. At the same time, Rajya Sabha MP Vivek Tankha also supported Sibal, saying that his statement was an attempt to strengthen democracy by keeping Congress safe. He said, “It is still time to take action or it will be delayed tomorrow.”
Congress leadership seems to have accepted defeat as its destiny: Kapil Sibal
Angry leader claims – number of leaders who contact us is constantly increasing
However, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot condemned Sibal’s statement. He said, ‘Sibal did not need to reveal his internal issue to the media. This has hurt the sentiments of party workers across the country. A member of the angry leaders’ group said that there is a lot of resentment among the senior leaders in the way the party is being run in Madhya Pradesh. The same situation is also with Punjab. He said, “The number of people who contact us is constantly increasing.”
Gehlot advised to question Sibal’s top leadership
Silence of Congress, Adhir tells Sibal
However, there was no response to Sibal’s statement from the Congress party. However, Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary, the leader of the party’s parliamentary party in the Lok Sabha, definitely said that it is not right to blame the top leadership for every election defeat. Leaders who disagree with the party’s thinking should make constructive suggestions through internal forums. He said, “It would have been better if he had tried to go to the election-bound states and help the party candidates or the party there.”
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