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Kapil Sibal’s statement created a ruckus, now there is a split in Congress, who is saying what?

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The Congress has split in two over the turmoil in Punjab after disgruntled leaders raised questions on the party leadership. Disgruntled party leaders have been demanding action by condemning the attack on former Union Minister Kapil Sibal’s house. At the same time, Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has objected to Sibal’s statement about the party leadership, saying that he should have avoided it.

Several disgruntled leaders, including senior Congress leaders Ghulam Nabi Azad and Anand Sharma, have condemned the protest outside the house of former Union minister Kapil Sibal. Terming it as a well-planned nuisance, he has demanded immediate strict action against the workers involved in it. Azad said that suggestions from everywhere in the party should be welcomed. Anand Sharma tweeted, Shocked and hurt to hear about the attack and disturbance at Kapil Sibal’s house. This should be strongly condemned. Lok Sabha MP Manish Tewari also tweeted and said that I condemn the well-planned nuisance that took place outside Kapil Sibal’s residence last night. The architects of this attack should understand that Sibal fights for the party both inside and outside the court.

On the other hand, Bhupesh Baghel said that Kapil Sibal is our senior leader and lawyer. It is unfortunate for him to make such a statement. Baghel said that after the resignation of Rahul Gandhi as the national president, everyone has accepted Sonia Gandhi as the working president. Elections were also announced a few months ago, but were postponed due to Corona. Before Baghel, many other party leaders including TS Singhdev had raised questions on Kapil Sibal’s statement. These leaders argued that Congress President is Sonia Gandhi. In such a situation, whatever decisions are being taken in the party, Sonia Gandhi is doing it as party president. It is unfortunate that a senior leader like Kapil Sibal does not know who is the party president.

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Don’t make party’s internal matters public: Kheda

Ahmedabad. Congress spokesperson Pawan Khera said that party leaders should not make internal matters public as it hurts the grassroot level workers. Congress gives enough freedom to express views, but internal matters should be taken up at proper forum. Kheda said on Thursday, crores of Congress workers are feeling pain due to such acts. If you have a family dispute, would you prefer to resolve it internally or go to your neighbor’s terrace to talk about it? There should be discipline, which is necessary to run a family, an organization and a country. agency

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