After Kapil Sibal, Ghulam Nabi Azad, Manish Tewari regarding the ongoing crisis in Punjab Congress, now P Chidambaram has also raised his voice against the party. In a tweet on Thursday, P Chidambaram said, “I feel helpless when we are unable to initiate meaningful dialogue within party forums. Along with this, Chidambaram has also raised his voice regarding the protest in front of Kapil Sibal’s house. A new political crisis has arisen in the state after Navjot Singh Sidhu resigned from the post of Punjab Congress President.
Amid the ongoing turmoil in the Punjab Congress, Chidambaram said in a tweet, “I feel helpless when we are unable to initiate meaningful dialogue within the party forums. I also feel hurt and helpless when I see pictures of Congress workers shouting slogans outside the residence of one of my colleague and MP.
We are not ‘Ji Huzoor 23’
In fact, former Union Minister and senior advocate Kapil Sibal has written a letter to the interim president of the party, Sonia Gandhi, on Wednesday. In his letter, he said, “We are not “Ji Huzoor 23”. It is very clear. We will keep talking. Let us tell you that Congress leader Kapil Sibal is one of the 23 party leaders who wrote a letter to the Congress President last year. Several organizational reforms were demanded in that letter.
I feel helpless when we cannot start meaningful conversations within party forums.
I also feel hurt and helpless when I see pictures of Congress workers raising slogans outside the residence of a colleague and MP.
The safe harbor to which one can withdraw seems to be silence.
— P. Chidambaram (@PChidambaram_IN) September 30, 2021
Sibal said – those who were close are leaving together
Kapil Sibal attacked Congress leader Rahul Gandhi in gestures and said that those who were close to him are also leaving together. He said that big leaders like Jitin Prasad, Jyotiraditya Scindia and Lalitesh Tripathi have left us. Shortly after Kapil Sibal wrote the letter, Ghulam Nabi Azad also wrote to Sonia Gandhi demanding a meeting of the Congress Working Committee.
What did Manish Tiwari say?
After Kapil Sibal questioned the party leadership, several party workers on Wednesday demonstrated outside Sibal’s residence and raised slogans against him. Slogans outside Sibal’s house Manish Tewari tweeted, “Those who were defending the leadership demonstration last night… what happened outside Kapil Sibal’s house after that… They damaged the car. He stood on top of the car. Tomatoes were thrown inside and outside the house. If this isn’t a riot, then what is?