Congress’ caution against rebel leaders

News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Pranjul Srivastava
Monday, 25 October 2021 Updated to 09:59 AM IST

Summary

Congress is going to hold a membership drive from November 1 to March 31, 2022. In this regard, the party has released a new membership form.

Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi
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Congress is on high alert for G-23 leaders criticizing their own party in public. Several changes have been made to the membership form in connection with the membership campaign that the party will launch from November 1. Under this, the party mentions ten points, including the condition that the member must give an affidavit stating that he will not publicly criticize the party’s policies and decisions. Apart from this, it is also stipulated that no person who is a member of the membership should own property beyond the legal limit.

It is clearly written in the Congress membership form – ‘I am gaining membership to promote the principles of secularism, socialism and democracy. I do not directly or indirectly, publicly or in any way criticize the policies and programs adopted by the party except in party forums.

G-23 leaders criticized
G-23 leaders have previously opened a front against their own party over congressional policies and decisions. Even when senior leader Kapil Sibal spoke to the media ‘I don’t know who is making the decisions in the party. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. There is no president in our party. In addition, Ghulam Nabi Azad wrote a letter to Sonia Gandhi demanding that the Congress Working Committee convene immediately. He also demanded the election of a president. Apart from this, the struggle of young and old leaders in the Congress has also come to the fore many times in public.

Sonia Gandhi displayed attitude
Sonia Gandhi has shown her attitude towards G-23 leaders after criticisms and insults against her own party in public forums. He reprimanded the G-23 leaders without naming them directly and made it clear that he, the Congress president, was also taking decisions on the demand of the president. He said he did not need media support to say anything.

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Congress has become wary of G-23 leaders criticizing their own party in public. Several changes have been made to the membership form in connection with the membership campaign that the party will launch from November 1. Under this, the party mentions ten points, including the condition that the member must give an affidavit not to publicly criticize the party’s policies and decisions. Apart from this, it is also stipulated that the member should not own property beyond the legal limit.

It is clearly written in the form of Congress membership – ‘I am a member to promote the principles of secularism, socialism and democracy. I do not directly or indirectly, publicly or in any way criticize the policies and programs adopted by the party except in party forums.

G-23 leaders criticized

G-23 leaders have previously opened the front against their own party over congressional policies and decisions. Senior leader Kapil Sibal also told the media, ‘I do not know who is making decisions in the party. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. There is no president in our party. In addition, Ghulam Nabi Azad wrote a letter to Sonia Gandhi demanding that the Congress Working Committee convene immediately. They also demanded the election of a president. Apart from this, the struggle of young and old leaders in the Congress has also come to the fore many times in public.

Sonia Gandhi displayed attitude

Sonia Gandhi has shown her attitude to G-23 leaders after criticizing and blaming her own party in public. He rebuked the G-23 leaders for not taking his name directly and on the demand of the President, I made it clear that I was the President of Congress and I was also making decisions. He said he did not need media support to say anything.

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