Tribune News Service
New Delhi, August 25
A day after they have been cornered within the CWC assembly, a bit of Congress dissenters stated the problems raised by them deserved redressal and organisational reforms within the occasion have been a bigger nationwide crucial.
The pro-reform leaders, together with Kapil Sibal and Anand Sharma, each hailed Congress president Sonia Gandhi’s “graciousness” in “letting bygones be bygones” and stated they have been hopeful of occasion’s unity within the nation’s pursuits.
Sibal earlier tweeted, “It’s not about a post. It’s about my country which matters the most… we now hope the party will be united and will put up a strong fight against the BJP,” Sibal stated.
While most leaders who signed the letter selected to remain silent after yesterday when the seniormost signatory Ghulam Nabi Azad was on the receiving finish, Mukul Wasnik, a CWC member and a signatory to the controversial letter, at present stated the letter was written within the occasion’s and the nation’s curiosity and raised very important points regarding Congress reinvigoration.
Another signatory Vivek Tankha additionally took the road that the nation wanted courageous individuals. “We are not dissenters but proponents of revival. The letter was not a challenge to leadership but a parchment of action to strengthen the party,” stated Tankha, a Rajya Sabha MP.
The letter writers are actually ready for the Congress to make some amends earlier than deciding on the subsequent plan of action. While the dissenters await issues to take a beneficial flip, Congress leaders didn’t mince phrases in attacking them, with veterans alleging that the signatories strengthened the BJP’s arms, an insinuation Rahul made yesterday on the CWC, though the Congress insisted Rahul hadn’t stated so.
‘Letter written in interest of party, nation’
It’s not a couple of publish. It’s about my nation which issues probably the most. — Kapil Sibal, Congress chief
The letter was written with the very best curiosity of the occasion in our hearts… — Anand Sharma, Congress chief