The leaders of the party are clashing with each other after the Congress split in the Bihar assembly elections (Bihar chunav). Senior lawyer and Congress leader Kapil Sibal has questioned the party leadership. Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury (Adhir ranjan chowdhury), the leader of the party in the Lok Sabha, slammed him. Adhir said that those who did not contribute to the Bihar elections and by-elections in various states should think before speaking anything. He said that speaking without doing anything does not mean introspection.
Chaudhary said, ‘Kapil Sibal had talked about this earlier also. He is very concerned about the Congress party and the need for introspection. But we did not see his face in Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh or Gujarat elections. ‘
Salman Khurshid also raised questions on Sibal
Senior Congress leader Salman Khurshid, while taking a dig at the leaders questioning the party’s performance in the Bihar assembly elections, said that he has many party colleagues who are habitually skeptical and are periodically surrounded by restlessness. Khurshid said that if people are not supporting the politics of liberal values of the Congress, then the party should be prepared for a long struggle instead of taking the middle path. Referring to a shayari of Mughal emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar, he said, ‘There was no problem in the eyes when we saw the news, the eyes of others and the evils of our evils. Bahadur Shah Zafar and his words can be a meaningful metaphor for many of our party colleagues who are periodically surrounded by restlessness. ‘
The former Union Minister said, ‘When we do well, they certainly accept it to some extent. But when we underperform and do not do bad, they immediately start sneezing. He called the leaders who questioned the party’s performance a ‘habitual skeptic’ and said, ‘We are all upset and saddened by the continuing misfortune of our party. Some people present this situation as our audacity. But there is something that we call faith, which is not necessarily blind, but it happens in luck. ‘
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Khurshid emphasized, “If voters do not value the liberal values we are protecting, then we should be prepared for a long struggle rather than looking for shortcuts to come to power.” He wrote, ‘Getting out of power cannot be easily accepted in public life but if it is a result of politics of values then it should be accepted with respect. If we compromise with our principles to gain power, it is better that we leave it all. ‘
‘Civil war’ broke out in Congress again! Sibal gets the advice of Anwar
Significantly, senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal has reportedly said in an interview to the English daily ‘Indian Express’ that it seems that the party leadership may have accepted defeat in every election as their destiny. He also said that not only Bihar, but also from the results of the by-elections, it seems that the people of the country are not considering the Congress Party as an effective alternative. Congress General Secretary Tariq Anwar also said that the party should introspect about the Bihar elections.
Grand alliance tightens, preparing to challenge the defeat in Bihar elections in court
The members of a high-level committee of the party, formed to advise Congress President Sonia Gandhi on important issues, met on Tuesday evening and various issues of the organization were discussed in it. Sources gave this information. The first meeting of this six-member committee, formed by Sonia Gandhi as part of the party reshuffle, was held on Tuesday in August, following a letter written by 23 Congress leaders for radical changes in the party.
The meeting comes two days after Congress leader Kapil Sibal questioned the alleged silence of the party leadership over the defeat in Bihar elections. However, the official information of this meeting was not given through digital medium, but sources say that according to the information, the results of the Bihar election, the upcoming political developments including the upcoming District Development Council elections in Jammu and Kashmir and other issues were discussed. . Sonia Gandhi and unwell senior party leader Ahmed Patel were not present at the meeting. Leaders present in the meeting included AK Antony, Randeep Surjewala and Mukul Wasnik.