After a major reshuffle in the Himachal Congress organization, the party’s campaign has gained momentum, but factionalism remains the same even today. Surprisingly, only big leaders dreaming of becoming the Chief Minister are giving more air to the camp. They do not understand that it is necessary to win elections to become CM.
This is the reason that instead of fighting the battle of ideas with the ruling BJP, Congress leaders are getting into a tussle with each other. Words are being shot openly at each other. Some Congress leaders have even started conducting surveys at their level by hiring a private agency away from the party line, so that on the basis of the survey, the leader of their faction can be given a ticket.
A leader considering himself above the president
In any organization the president is paramount, but some leaders in the Congress have started considering themselves above the president and are boycotting the programs of the PCC chief.
Don’t even care about the instructions of AICC
On the instructions of the All India Congress Committee (AICC), a Chintan Shivir was called in Shimla in the past. In this, all the party leaders were instructed to be present, but from this important contemplation camp, election campaign committee president Sukhwinder Singh Sukhu along with Kusumpti MLA Anirudh Singh and Jubbal Kotkhai MLA Rohit Thakur were also absent.
Congress leaders fueling such factionalism
A few days after the Chintan Shivir, Shimla Urban Congress holds a protest outside the Raj Bhavan over the police paper leak. On this day, PCC Chief Pratibha was on a tour of another district, while Sukhu along with Rohit Thakur and Anirudh Singh are also present in the dharna outside the Raj Bhavan. In this way the Congress leaders themselves are fueling factionalism.
Sonia Gandhi’s orders defied
Congress National President Sonia Gandhi has formed four working president, election campaign committee chairman and more than 10 different committees with the aim of making everyone happy and eliminating factionalism in Himachal Congress organization. Tried but Congress leaders don’t even care about it.
Mission-2022 should not remain a dream in mutual fight
Congress’s Mission-2022 may be left behind in mutual fight. Continuous indiscipline among Congress leaders is coming in front of everyone. There is a scuffle between Congress MLA and Youth Congress President in Kinnaur, high voltage drama of Congress leaders in front of the State President on Congress’s India Couples Sadbhavna Diwas in Sirmaur,
In a program in Hamirpur, Virbhadra Singh’s supporter accuses senior Congress leader of being ignored publicly, absence of senior Congress leaders Asha Kumari, Sudhir Sharma from most programs is not a good sign for Congress.
The morale of the workers is falling the importance of the leaders
Due to the importance of some leaders in the Congress, the morale of those workers is falling, who want to return to the power of the Congress by working hard day and night. Assembly elections are to be held in the state after five to six months. It does not seem that the Congress will be able to unite in the elections. Although Congress’s campaign has gained momentum after the coronation of Pratibha Singh as the President, but even Pratibha Singh is not able to stop the factionalism.
Pratibha should take initiative to stop factionalism
Pratibha Singh has also failed to rein in Gujbaati. According to political pundits, Pratibha Singh should also talk to the leaders who are fueling the camp. This is their failure too. The good thing for Congress is that Mukesh Agnihotri is running with Pratibha Singh. He is roaming around with Pratibha for most of the PCC Chief’s events.
Claims of the Chairperson of the Disciplinary Committee
Congress Disciplinary Committee President Biplab Thakur said that in the Sirmour case, the state president has dissolved the executive committee, while in the Kinnaur case, he has not received any complaint so far. He claimed that the Congress party is completely united. Small disputes remain in every party.
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