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Rajat Sharma’s Blog | Congress crisis: Why are big leaders leaving the party? – India TV Hindi

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Rajat Sharma, Chairman and Editor-in-Chief of India TV.

Ram’s name once again came up in the field of politics. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that Congress did not want Ram temple to be built but the temple is ready, lakhs of devotees are visiting Ramlala every day, now the situation is such that even those who deny the existence of Ram are chanting Ram Ram but Rahul Gandhi Talked about Ram Mandir in a completely different way. Rahul said that the poor, Dalits, tribals, backward people keep shouting ‘Jai Shri Ram, Jai Shri Ram’ everywhere, will raising slogans provide employment? Will we get bread by raising slogans? Rahul said that people had seen the consecration ceremony in Ayodhya, there were big people there, there was no poor person. There is no place for the poor in Modi’s Ramraj. BJP made this statement of Rahul Gandhi a big issue because Rahul Gandhi had said similar thing earlier in Korba also. Prime Minister Modi also said that the condition of Congress had never been so pathetic before, now leave alone the allies, even Congress’s own leaders are leaving the party.

Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge approved this statement of Modi. Kharge told the Congress workers in Maharashtra that there is a big problem, I don’t understand what to say, those to whom the party had given everything, are also betraying the party at the last moment and leaving the party. On this Ashok Chavan told why he left Congress. Ashok Chavan said that he never moved forward in politics with the grace of the party, the public elected him and sent him there. Chavan said that the problem is that Congress has no workers left working on the ground, those who are left, there is no one to listen to them, there are no Congress leaders contesting elections in many districts of Maharashtra, there is no one to ask for tickets. Are. He told the ground situation to the party high command but he was not listened to, what would he have done after this. Chavan said that there is not much time now, but instead of criticizing him, it would be beneficial if Congress leaders focus on improving the condition of the party.

The interesting thing is that what Ashok Chavan said in Mumbai, the same thing was said in other words by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Rewari. Modi said that Congress is currently in its worst phase, Congress leaders are leaving the party, Congress allies are also leaving it and running away, there is only one reason for this, Congress is stuck in the cycle of only one family, a non-starter. Is engaged in launching the startup. It is not hidden from anyone that in the recent past, many big leaders of Congress have left the party. Ever since Rahul Gandhi took charge of the Congress, the leaders with the old support base have been sidelined. Ghulam Nabi Azad, Captain Amarinder Singh, Jyotiraditya Scindia, Kiran Reddy, Jitin Prasad, Vijay Bahuguna, Ashok Chavan, Milind Deora, Rao Inderjit Singh, Himanta Vishwa Sharma, Pema Khandu… it is a very long list, everyone left Congress.

Congress called everyone a paid and deceitful leader, but most of those who left Congress cited Rahul Gandhi’s working style as the reason for their dissatisfaction. Therefore, now Congress leaders should introspect whether Modi is responsible for this. But Ashok Chavan is right that the Congress leaders do not have time for introspection at the moment because their focus is only on Rahul Gandhi’s visit, even if there is a delay in seat sharing due to this visit, due to which even the allies leave the Congress. Have been. Now the anti-Modi front has disintegrated in most of the states. Now only RJD is left with Congress in Bihar. (Rajat Sharma)

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