G-23 leaders declare war on Congress leadership as five states head for elections, senior leaders openly denounce Congress weakening over the past 10 years Singh Hooda, former UP PCC president Raj Babbar and Vivek Thanka have publicly questioned the family rule in the Congress.
Kapil Sibal asked why the Congress was not taking advantage of Ghulam Nabi’s rich experience. “I was saddened to learn that he was being expelled from Parliament. We realized that he should continue. The Congress is weakening. That is why this alliance has been formed earlier. Everyone needs to unite and strengthen the party,” Sibal said.
Anand Sharma said that the Congress has been weak for ten years. “The new generation has nothing to do with the Congress. They have come here a long way. No one has jumped out the window, they have walked through the door, they have come through the student movement and the youth movement. No one has been given a chance to ask if you are a Congressman,” Sharma said.
Raj Babbar also protested against the removal of Ghulam Nabi from the Rajya Sabha. “Many call us G-23. We are Gandhi-23. G-23 wants the Congress to be strong,” Babbar said.
The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said that those who fought in the parliament on various issues, including Kashmir, were united. “Whether we are in Jammu or Kashmir or Ladakh, we all see caste discrimination as equals and respect everyone equally. That is the power. It will continue,” Ghulam Nabi said in an indirect reply to Rahul’s remark mocking the North Indians.
Anger at the betrayal of the slave Prophet
The High Command’s relentless removal of senior leader Ghulam Nabi Azad from the Rajya Sabha prompted the Kurumunnani (G23), a group of senior Congress leaders, to realize the change of leadership. Sonia and Rahul, who brought KC Venugopal, who lost in the Lok Sabha, to the Rajya Sabha through Rajasthan, denied Ghulam Nabi a chance, saying it was unjust.
Ghulam Nabi was hampered by the absence of the Assembly after the removal of the statehood of Jammu and Kashmir. There was a demand that the vacant Rajya Sabha seat in Kerala should be given to Ghulam Nabi. The High Command defeated Ghulam Nabi by giving the seat to the League. The G-23 leaders pointed out that the league leadership was ready to vacate the seat. Highcommand was not interested. Instead, Mallikarjun Kharge, who lost the Lok Sabha elections, was sworn in as Leader of the Opposition in the Rajya Sabha. Sonia Gandhi’s move to oust Congress deputy leader Anand Sharma in the Rajya Sabha for a long time.
Start with the letter
The G-23 leaders came to the fore after they sent a letter to Sonia demanding a sacking in the Congress. During the working committee meeting, some people including AK Antony came out against them. He also demanded the expulsion of Ghulam Nabi.
However, the G-23 leaders were adamant that organizational elections be held in June. Later, Ghulam Nabi and Anand Sharma were found and removed from their posts. Opposition groups called Rahul a “failure” to fight the BJP. The over-influence of Sonia and Rahul, who have nothing to do with national politics like Antony and Venugopal, also inspired the revolt.
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