Fresh Delhi: Senior Congress chief Kapil Sibal, who’s amongst the 23 party leaders who maintain written to Sonia Gandhi in quest of an organisational overhaul, stated on Tuesday that “it is no longer about a post” but about the country that matters most.
A day after a stormy Congress Working Committee (CWC) assembly, Sibal made the remarks in a cryptic tweet.
“Or no longer it is no longer about a post. Or no longer it is about my country which matters most,” he tweeted, with out elaborating.
After the seven-hour assembly of the party’s high risk-making physique, the CWC urged Sonia Gandhi to proceed as its intervening time chief till an AICC session will also be convened and permitted her to total mandatory organisational modifications to tackle the challenges facing the party.
It made it optimistic nobody shall be permitted to undermine or weaken the party and its leadership.
The CWC furthermore resolved that inner-party factors can no longer be deliberated during the media or in public fora and all such factors has to be raised sooner or later of the party “in the hobby of propriety and discipline”.
Some senior Congress leaders, including Sibal and Shashi Tharoor, met at their senior colleague Ghulam Nabi Azad’s residence right here on Monday night after the CWC debated their letter to Sonia Gandhi in quest of urgent organisational reforms.
The assembly used to be furthermore attended by Mukul Wasnik and Manish Tewari, along with some diverse signatories to the letter who were level-headed in the nationwide capital, sources stated.
The leaders mentioned the resolution handed at the CWC assembly.
Having a “paunchy time” leadership that is energetic in the discipline and “visible” in party offices, devolution of powers to convey gadgets and revamping the CWC in accordance with the party structure are about a of the some distance-reaching suggestions made by 23 senior Congress leaders in a letter to party chief Sonia Gandhi to revive the organisation.
Sibal had hit out at Rahul Gandhi on Twitter on Monday for a purported comment slamming the letter writers.
Sibal, who’s no longer a part of the CWC, withdrew his tweet reasonably later after being “knowledgeable by Rahul Gandhi in my notion that he never stated what used to be attributed to him”.
The Congress furthermore officially denied that Rahul Gandhi had accused any party chief of “colluding with the BJP”.
Extinct president Rahul Gandhi, it is learnt, launched a spirited assault against the signatories of the letter, questioning their timing as successfully as the fact they went public with their grievances.