Internal crisis in Congress

July 14, 2014 16:52
Internal crisis in Congress

Post the election results, much has been talked about the leadership in Congress party. Though there was never serious discussion, many Congress leaders opened against the 'Gandhi Family' and stressed for the reconstruction of the party.

Freshly one more senior leader from Congress has asked for elections for the main posts in party. Senior leader Ghufran-e-Azam has suggested that elections should be held for all posts in the party organisation, from president to various levels in the districts and this has become a centre of discussion in the Congress. He also wrote a letter to Congress president Sonia Gandhi in this regards on July 11th however there was no reply yet. Ghufran was also in the news for wrong reason that he would be taking up BJP flag. In the letter to Sonia Gandhi, Ghufran clarified that he has been part of AICC for over four years and will never join BJP at any cost.

But another Congressmen Beni Prasad Verma backed the 'Gandhi Family' leadership and launched a massive attack on those are making serious statements against the Congress leadership. Speaking Verma said, “Some from within the party are out to sideline the Gandhi family, especially Rahul Gandhi. Those criticising the leadership are from within the party having contact with other political parties.”  Adding further Verma backed Rahul Gandhi as the only alternative to BJP's Narendra Modi, “Rahul is the only leader for Country and Congress who can replace Modi. Soon Rahul will take steps to revamp the party and we hope the Congress will bounce back under the leadership of Rahul,” said Verma.

The internal crisis in Congress is hurting very badly and yet there is no move from the Congress High Command. Though the introspection sessions were held, Congress did not figure out where it lacked in the elections.

(AW: Vamshi)

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