Delhi Cong chief hits out at party leader Kapil Sibal
Delhi Congress president Anil Kumar on Monday attacked senior party leader and former Chandni Chowk MP Kapil Sibal, saying he should work towards strengthening the organisation instead of needlessly issuing statements.Kumars attack was prompted by Sibals interview in a newspaper which quoted him as saying that there was no clarity over internal polls and there was disenchantment in the party.What did he do for the party organisation in the past 10 monthsPTI | New Delhi | Updated: 18-01-2021 20:56 IST | Created: 18-01-2021 20:56 IST
Delhi Congress president Anil Kumar on Monday attacked senior party leader and former Chandni Chowk MP Kapil Sibal, saying he should work towards strengthening the organisation instead of ''needlessly'' issuing statements.
Kumar's attack was prompted by Sibal's interview in a newspaper which quoted him as saying that there was no ''clarity'' over internal polls and there was ''disenchantment'' in the party.
''What did he do for the party organisation in the past 10 months? How many issues did he raise? How many times did the honourable ex-MP visit Chandni Chowk? Still, he questions the organisation. Is this how the organisation will become strong,'' Kumar said in a series of tweets.
He claimed that many party workers, commoners and elected representatives from Chandni Chowk have complained that ''big leaders'' become parliamentarians and ministers but leave the people at the mercy of God after losing elections.
Kumar alleged that Sibal was merely issuing statements that are not going to strengthen the party organisation.
''Sibal has been continuously issuing statements. He has been MP from Chandni Chowk, what did he do to strengthen the Congress there? Instead of needlessly issuing statements, he should work to strengthen the party organisation,'' Kumar said in another tweet.
Sibal has been critical of the Congress leadership over organisational issues, including internal polls and a full-time party president.
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