He said, before leaving for Shimla, Congress President Sonia Gandhi had indicated that the CWC meeting would be called soon.
New Delhi: According to Congress General Secretary and Chief Spokesperson Randeep Surjewala, the Congress Working Committee (CWC), the top policy-making body of the Congress, will be called soon on the demand of G-23. If Surjewala is to be believed, Congress President Sonia Gandhi had indicated last week itself that the CWC meeting would be convened soon. He said, before leaving for Shimla, Congress President Sonia Gandhi had indicated that the CWC meeting would be convened soon. Under which the CWC meeting will be held in a few days.Also Read – Punjab Congress Crisis: Amarinder, who reached Chandigarh, reiterated, ‘Sidhu is not right for Punjab, will not win from any seat’
Significantly, senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad had written a letter to party president Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday itself, urging that an immediate meeting of the CWC be called to discuss matters related to the party. However, during a conversation with the media on Tuesday itself, another senior party leader Kapil Sibal has also demanded to call CWC. Also Read – Will Captain Amarinder Singh Form A New Party? Big statement given after meeting Amit Shah and Ajit Doval
According to sources, both former Azad and Sibal are included in the group of 23 prominent leaders (Group 23) in the Rajya Sabha who wrote to Congress President Sonia Gandhi last year demanding organization elections in the Congress. At present, a leader of this group, Jitin Prasad, has now left the Congress and joined the BJP. Also Read – Captain Amarinder Singh’s big statement, I will resign from Congress soon, said this about joining BJP
Sibal had said on Wednesday that those who do not agree with the decisions of the party, if the CWC meeting is held, then they can put their point of view at the appropriate forum of the party. Those who are leaving the party, why they are leaving can be discussed in the meeting. In which there is full hope of finding a solution. In such a situation, Surjewala’s statement that the meeting will be held soon is a relief news for the leaders of G-23. Also an opportunity to discuss the political dispute arising in Punjab, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan.