‘Kahan ke neta hain…’: Kapil Sibal comes under scrutiny of Congress leaders for criticising Gandhi leadership

Kapil Sibal, Congress, Sonia Gandhi
File image of Kapil Sibal
Kapil Sibal, Congress, Sonia Gandhi
File image of Kapil Sibal

Former Union minister Kapil Sibal was blasted by Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury on Wednesday for criticising the party leadership over the failure of the recently concluded assembly elections in five states. G-23, according to Chowdhury, isn’t used to being out of power and is trying to save itself by criticising the leadership. G-23 is named after a group of 23 senior Congress officials who requested organisational elections in the wake of a party crisis in Punjab last year.

“Kapil Sibal kahan k neta hain mujhe pata nahi kahan k neta hain mujhe pata nahi kahan k neta hain mujhe pat Because of the Congress party, he received numerous promotions. Things were good when he was a minister in the UPA government, but now that the UPA is no longer in power, he is unhappy “According to the Lok Sabha member. “I’m not sure what Kapil Sibal’s mass base is.

Sibal previously stated that the Nehru-Gandhi family should step down and let another leader run Congress.

“Leadership is in the realm of the cuckoo…

I’d want to see a “Sab ki Congress.” Some people want a “Ghar ki Congress,” or a “Congress of the People.” “In an interview with the Indian Express, he stated.

Sonia Gandhi made the comments after the Congress Working Committee (CWC) encouraged her to keep leading the party and make adjustments to improve it.

Gandhi supporters were outraged by Sibal’s interview and began an all-out attack on the lawyer-politician. Sibal, according to Chowdhury, should set an example by accomplishing something without Congress’s support and fighting for his philosophy on his own.

“Otherwise, what is the point of just doing interviews while sitting in an air-conditioned room?” retorted a Congress MP.

Kapil Sibal “may be a fine lawyer, but he is not a good leader of the Congress party,” according to Congress politician Mallikarjun Kharge.

“He never worked for Congress in any village.” He is attempting to weaken the party on purpose. “No one can bring Sonia Gandhi or the Congress party down,” Kharge continued.



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