Congress MLA of Assam made serious allegations against his own party- The internal strife in the Congress party is not taking the name of an end. After Rajasthan and Punjab, now a tussle has started within the party in Assam. Assam Congress MLA Rupjyoti Kurmi has made many serious allegations against the party and has asked to resign.
Rahul Gandhi on target of MLA
Congress MLA Rupjyoti Kurmi has said that the Congress party will not be able to progress under the leadership of Rahul Gandhi because he is not capable of leading. They said. ‘I will meet the Speaker of the Assembly and submit my resignation.’
The high command does not listen to youth: MLA
Rupjyoti Kurmi targeted the Congress high command and said that the youth leaders are not listened to in the party and the high command gives priority to the elderly leaders instead of the youth. Because of this, the party’s position has deteriorated in all the states.
The question raised on alliance with AIUDF
In the Assam Legislative Assembly elections, the Congress party had an alliance with AIUDF. Rupjyoti Kurmi questioned this alliance and said, ‘Congress had a good chance of coming to power this time and we should not have forged an alliance with AIUDF. I had already said that it would be a mistake and that is exactly what happened.
Captain-Bajwa came together against Sidhu in Punjab
Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh and Rajya Sabha MP Partap Singh Bajwa, who have been political opponents for many years, have come together amid the ongoing internal strife in the Punjab Congress. This has dealt a big blow to Navjot Singh Sidhu, who opened a front against Amarinder Singh.
Controversy continues in Kerala Congress as well
A section of Kerala Congress says that they are being ignored and sidelined by the high command. After the declaration of the results of the Kerala Legislative Assembly election on May 2, the party high command took action against state president A.K. Apart from Ramachandran (A. Ramachandran), the Leader of the Opposition Ramesh Chennithala was removed from the post. After the action of the high command, the supporters of Ramesh Chennithala got furious and now they have alleged that even though he has been removed from the post, the farewell has not been honourable. Supporters say that they did not even get an appointment to meet Sonia Gandhi.