Tribune News Service
New Delhi, Aug 17
The Congress on Monday vehemently denied claims by a suspended social gathering chief Sanjay Jha that round hundred leaders sad with social gathering affairs had petitioned Congress chief Sonia Gandhi to vary the political management.
“Watch this space,” Jha, a sacked social gathering spokesman wrote on Twitter prompting Congress media head Randeep Surjewala to dismiss the declare as BJP handiwork to divert consideration from Congress demand for a JPC probe in opposition to Facebook, which the opposition social gathering has accused of spreading hate and serving to BJP.
“It is estimated that around 100 Congress leaders (including MPs), distressed at the state of affairs within the party, have written a letter to Mrs Sonia Gandhi, Congress President, asking for change in political leadership and transparent elections in CWC. Watch this space,” Jha tweeted in the present day.
Surjewala counter tweeted saying “TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Special Misinformation Group on Media-TV Debate Guidance” in its what’sapp of in the present day directed to run the story of a non existent letter of Congress leaders to divert consideration from Facebook-BJP hyperlinks.
Of course, BJP stooges have began performing upon it.”
Even because the social gathering denied Jha’s claims the letter remained in dialogue in political circles in the present day.
Strongly disapproving of any such potential transfer, ex-law minister Ashwani Kumar, when contacted, stated Sonia Gandhi should proceed as social gathering chief proper now.
“Talk of elections in the party at this juncture with Sonia Gandhi at the helm as a uniting factor, are utterly misplaced…This is a time to forge the broadest consensus in the party and elections, even in the best of times tend to be divisive. The best way forward is to have a presidium of leaders under the leadership of Mrs Gandhi, till such time as the situation demands. Now is not the time for elections, may be later.”