For the last few years, the organization has not even been formed at the local level in the Congress.
New Delhi: The state of discord between the Punjab and Rajasthan units of the Congress has not stopped even as factionalism has increased in the party’s Haryana unit as the supporters of former Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda advocated for the removal of Kumari Selja from the post of state Congress Committee president. are doing. On the other hand, supporters of Selja say that the Hooda faction is trying to increase its activism after the release of former Chief Minister and Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) leader Omprakash Chautala from jail. Also Read – Congress took a jibe at BJP MP Sadhvi Pragya Thakur playing basketball after VIDEO went viral, know what she said…
Congress sources say that most of the 19 MLAs who attended the meeting held on Thursday with the party’s state in-charge Vivek Bansal demanded a change of leadership in the state and urged Hooda to hand over the command of the state Congress. Hooda is currently the leader of the legislature party. Congress has 31 MLAs in Haryana. Also Read – Former Haryana Chief Minister Om Prakash Chautala released from Delhi’s Tihar Jail
When asked about the meeting with the MLAs, Bansal said, “It was a normal meeting. There has been talk about the organization. There was also talk about farmers’ movement and strengthening the party.” However, a leader supporting Hooda said, “There is a need for leadership change in the Haryana Congress now. We believe that it is only under Hooda ji that the BJP government can be challenged more effectively and the Congress can become stronger. Also Read – Will there be a solution to the infighting in Punjab Congress? Navjot Singh Sidhu met Priyanka and Rahul Gandhi
On the other hand, a pro-Sailja leader says, “The demand for change of leadership is not new. But the reason for this activism (of Hooda faction) is Omprakash Chautala’s release from jail and Jat politics. So far Selja ji has worked in balance with all the leaders and groups. In further formation of the organization, everyone will be listened to.
For the last few years, the organization has not even been formed at the local level in the Congress. Sources close to Selja say that in the coming few weeks, the appointment of presidents can be done in all 22 districts.