Congress letter column: Conspiracy to polish off Rahul Gandhi's administration, says Shiv Sena
The Shiv Sena on Thursday asserted that the letter composed by 23 senior Congress pioneers, including Ghulam Nabi Azad, Kapil Sibal, Anand Sharma, Mukul Wasnik and others, to Sonia Gandhi over their interest for a "full time" party president was a "scheme to polish off Rahul Gandhi's administration".
In its mouthpiece, Saamna, Sena hit out at the letter signatories saying where were these pioneers when Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was enjoying "cowardly assaults" on Rahul Gandhi.
"At the point when individuals from inside are associated with the public trick to polish off Rahul Gandhi's authority, the gathering makes certain to meet its 'panipat' (defeat)...these privileged few have undermined Rahul Gandhi inside, harm which even the BJP hasn't dispensed on him," it said.
Descending hard at Congress pioneers, who had written to Sonia Gandhi requesting an update of the hierarchical structure and a "functioning, full-time and noticeable" president, Sena, which is in coalition with the Congress and NCP in Maharashtra, said that the letter-scholars became boss pastors and association clergymen riding on the authority of the Gandhi-Nehru family.
"In all expresses, the (Congress) heavyweight pioneers are intrigued uniquely with regards to their position and not of the gathering. In the event that they don't have their direction, they move to the BJP. This is the main liveliness they show. What can Rahul and Sonia Gandhi do about it? This is another political coronavirus," Sena said in its article.
Other than the previously mentioned pioneers, Shashi Tharoor, Manish Tewari, Anand Sharma, P J Kurien, Renuka Chaudhary, Milind Deora, and Ajay Singh was likewise a signatory of the letter which prompted claimed turbulent Congress Working Committee meeting.
Congress MP Vivek Tankha, Jitin Prasada, previous boss pastors Bhupinder Singh Hooda, Rajender Kaur Bhattal, M Veerappa Moily and Prithviraj Chavan alongside previous PCC bosses Raj Babbar (UP), Arvinder Singh Lovely (Delhi) and Kaul Singh Thakur (Himachal); current Bihar crusade boss Akhilesh Singh, previous Haryana Speaker Kuldeep Sharma; previous Delhi Speaker Yoganand Shastri and previous MP Sandeep Dixit were likewise among the signatories exactly.
A day after CWC meet, a portion of the letter signatories said they were "not protesters" however "defenders of recovery" of the gathering. The kept up that they at any point planned to challenge the administration however a "material of activity to fortify the gathering".