October 1, 2020

Rahul Gandhi questions timing of letter to Sonia, says it was written in cahoots with BJP

Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Monday attacked a piece of the celebration for going public towards the management, and charged that the letter in search of management adjustments was written in cahoots with the BJP.

The cost invited sharp rebuttals from former ministers Ghulam Nabi Azad and Kapil Sibal. Azad stated he would resign if any such hyperlink is established.

In his transient speech on the CWC, Rahul Gandhi additionally questioned the timing of the letter, which was despatched when Sonia Gandhi was hospitalised.

Azad, who is likely one of the signatories learn out the contents of the letter, saying the leaders will not be questioning Sonia Gandhi and solely wished organisational reform within the bigger curiosity of the celebration.

Echoes of the fiery CWC assembly which is underway, had been additionally heard exterior with former minister Kapil Sibal, one other signatory to the letter, publicly questioning Rahul’s accusations of a BJP hyperlink to the letter in search of sweeping adjustments to celebration organisation and elections to the CWC.

“Rahul Gandhi says ‘we’re colluding with BJP’. Succeeded in Rajasthan Excessive Court docket defending the Congress Get together. Defending celebration in Manipur to deliver down BJP Authorities.

“Final 30 years have by no means made an announcement in favour of BJP on any concern. But ‘we’re colluding with the BJP’!,”he tweeted.

Earlier addressing the CWC, Rahul Gandhi stated Sonia Gandhi had accepted the celebration presidentship solely after the committee final yr urged her to take duty.

He took on the leaders who went public with their complaints saying, “it’s the CWC the place we talk about our variations and put out our ideas, not the media,”.

Questioning the timing of Azad’s letter, the previous Congress chief stated the letter was despatched when Sonia Gandhi was unwell and was admitted to a hospital and at a time when the Congress was preventing the disaster in Rajasthan.