New Delhi: On one hand, Congress is putting all its strength in preparing for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. Rahul Gandhi has set out to strengthen Congress’s base in the country by taking ‘Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra’. On the other hand, their own senior leaders are leaving the Congress boat and either joining BJP or joining other parties. It is clear that the leaders of their party are giving blow after blow to Congress. Congress leaders start leaving the party just before the elections. Many former CMs of Congress like Captain Amarinder Singh, Ghulam Nabi Azad, N. Leaders like Biren Singh, Narayan Rane, SM Krishna, Shankar Singh Vaghela, Pema Khandu and Ashok Chavan also seemed to be losing confidence in the top leadership of the party.
3 veteran leaders gave a shock to Congress in Maharashtra
On one hand, many senior Congress leaders have left the party. On the other hand, there is speculation about many big leaders leaving the party. In Maharashtra, Congress has been shocked by three veteran leaders of the state one after the other. First of all, Milind Deora resigned from the party a month before. After this, on February 8, Baba Siddiqui announced to leave the party and now senior Congress leader and former Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok Chavan has also left the Congress boat.
Young leaders also disillusioned with Congress
The infighting within Congress is not continuing from today. Among the leaders closest to Rahul Gandhi, well-known leaders are now with BJP, while in Congress, among the leaders considered close to Sonia Gandhi, Rita Bahuguna Joshi, Captain Amarinder Singh and Ghulam Nabi Azad have also left the party. . Young leaders are also becoming disillusioned with Congress. Examples of this are leaders like Milind Deora, Jyotiraditya Scindia, Jitin Prasad, Alpesh Thakor, Hardik Patel, Sushmita Dev, Priyanka Chaturvedi, RPN Singh, Ashok Tanwar, who have separated from Congress. At the same time, in Bihar, there are leaders like Ashok Choudhary, current Chief Minister of Assam Himanta Biswa Sharma, Sunil Jakhar along with Ashwani Kumar who have left the party due to their dissatisfaction with the way the party is working.
Mamta-Kejriwal also on the path of ‘Ekla Chalo Re’?
Congress formed the ‘Indi’ alliance to unite the opposition across the country against the NDA, then it felt that this would be an easy way to reach power in the country. But, one by one the parties started moving away from the Indi alliance. First of all, Nitish Kumar, who had gathered everyone for this alliance, joined BJP. Then Mamata Banerjee and Arvind Kejriwal are also not liking the support of Congress. While Mamata is targeting Congress, the way Arvind Kejriwal is claiming to field candidates on Lok Sabha seats, it has become clear that he is moving on the path of ‘Ekla Chalo Re’. NCP and Shiv Sena broke and those who lead them have been opposing Congress.
These veteran and young leaders left the party in 10 years-
Now if we look at the 10 years of Congress, you will know that on one hand, the top leadership of the party is trying to strengthen the party’s base in the country, on the other hand, the veteran and young leaders of the party are trying one by one. Have left the party. It includes Jaiveer Shergill, Himanta Biswa Sharma, Hardik Patel, Alpesh Thakore, Jitin Prasad, Milind Deora, Jyotiraditya Scindia, Anil Antony, RPN Singh, Sunil Jakhar, Ashwini Kumar, Ghulam Nabi Azad, Kapil Sibal, Baba Siddiqui, Ashok Chavan, Sushmita Dev. Names like Priyanka Chaturvedi, Captain Amarinder Singh, Kuldeep Bishnoi, Ripun Bora, Supriya Aaron, Aditi Singh, Imran Masood, PC Chacko, Ashok Chaudhary, Narayan Rane, Shankar Singh Vaghela, N Biren Singh, Pema Khandu, Jayanti Natarajan and Ashok Tanwar. Are included. Out of these, a large number of leaders joined BJP, giving a blow to Congress.
Most of the leaders accused Rahul Gandhi
While leaving the Congress, most of these leaders accused the top leadership of the party and especially Rahul Gandhi of ignoring them. Among these, whoever joined BJP, BJP also gave them a place in its party. Congress showed the way out to Acharya Pramod Krishnam, now it is being said that he too will join BJP. If we pay attention to the dissatisfaction of the party leaders, it will be known that more than 400 leaders of different levels from every state of the country, big and small, have left the Congress. (IANS)
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