His own passion: Rahul Gandhi will undertake padyatras next year, former Union Minister said – Sonia Gandhi knows that many leaders will leave the party
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi will travel from Kashmir to Kanyakumari in the next one year, most of it a ‘padayatra’. On the other hand, former Union Minister Ashwini Kumar claimed that if the leaders are not respected within the party, then more senior leaders can go.
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Congress party is passing through its worst phase ever. The Congress is becoming weak due to the continuous quitting of big leaders and Rahul is going on a padyatra in India to rebuild his party. According to sources, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi will travel from Kashmir to Kanyakumari in the next one year, most of it will be a ‘padayatra’. On the other hand, senior Congress leader and former Union Minister Ashwini Kumar on Saturday claimed that many leaders would leave the Congress soon.
Sunil Jakhar leaving Congress a big loss
Sunil Jakhar left the Congress party today. Responding to this, Ashwini Kumar said that Sunil Jakhar leaving Congress is a big loss for the party. The biggest reason for leaders leaving the Congress is the lack of respect for them within the party. Now Sunil Jakhar is gone. Many more leaders will leave the party soon. See what happens next. He said that Sonia Gandhi knows that many leaders will leave the party.
Former Union minister Ashwini Kumar claimed that leaders may leave if they are not respected within the party. He said that the leadership should review why the leaders are leaving the party and resolve the issues within it.
Sonia Gandhi reform
He said Sonia Gandhi is intelligent and if she does not reform the party, it will be difficult to save the Congress. The party leadership should talk to its angry leaders and remove their dissatisfaction.
On 11 April, Congress leaders KV Thomas and Sunil Jakhar were issued show cause notices for breach of party discipline and asked to respond within a week. Jakhar, however, did not respond to the notice.
Quit Congress during Facebook Live
On the notice, Jakhar had said that he is not a slave of Congress but a disciplined worker. He said that he has a 50-year-old relationship with the Congress party. Sunil Jakhar was removed from all posts by the Congress, after which he left the Congress during a Facebook live today.