Congress Factionalism Unveiled: Nirupam Reveals Separate Agendas of Sonia, Rahul-Priyanka, Kharge; Activists Disappointed

On April 4th, former Congress MP Sanjay Nirupam made grave allegations against the Congress party. He asserted that there are five separate power centers within the Congress. These allegedly include Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi, the sister (presumably referring to Priyanka Gandhi Vadra), the new president Khargeji, and Venugopalji. Nirupam highlighted ongoing intellectual conflicts within the Congress, leading to frustration among party workers.

Nirupam specifically pointed out Rahul Gandhi’s close circle, alleging that they lack faith and trust in his leadership. He also criticized the party’s response to the invitation from Ram Lalla’s trust, suggesting it was merely BJP propaganda. He vehemently opposed the acceptance of Ram’s existence.

Nirupam Reveals Congress’s Decision After Kharge’s Resignation

Earlier this morning, Sanjay Nirupam took to social media to disclose that following Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge’s resignation on Wednesday, the party had decided to oust him. In reality, on Wednesday night, after Kharge’s complaint of indiscipline and anti-party activities, Nirupam was granted permission to be expelled from the party for six years.

Nirupam shared an image of Kharge’s resignation letter in a social media post, stating, “It seems like yesterday I received my resignation letter, the party decided to publicize my expulsion announcement with it. Seeing this agility, I’m pleased.”

Sanjay Nirupam’s Complete Statement on Congress Dynamics

In the Congress party, there exist five distinct power centers, each lobbying against the other, resulting in continuous political maneuvering. These five centers comprise Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi, President Mallikarjun Kharge, and Congress General Secretary K.C. Venugopal. All of them engage in political activities through their respective networks.

Internal ideological conflicts persist within the Congress, leading to disillusionment among party workers. The Congress party is fundamentally divided, and its leadership has also acknowledged that its ideological direction is lacking. In the coming times, many things are likely to deteriorate.

Sanjay Nirupam Expresses Discontent Over Ticket Denial in Lok Sabha Elections

Sanjay Nirupam Expresses Discontent Over Ticket Denial in Lok Sabha Elections

It has been disclosed that on March 31st, the party announced a list of 40 star campaigners for the Lok Sabha elections in Maharashtra. Sanjay Nirupam’s name was notably absent from the list. The former MP Sanjay Nirupam is unhappy after not receiving a ticket from the Mumbai North-West constituency for the Lok Sabha elections.

In a post, Sanjay mentioned that the party should use its remaining energy and resources to save itself. In any case, the party is struggling with serious financial crises. The deadline I set for a week has now ended today (Wednesday). I will make a decision tomorrow (Thursday).

Sanjay Nirupam Displeased Over Not Getting Ticket from Mumbai North-West

In Maharashtra, the Congress is in an alliance with Shiv Sena and NCP under the leadership of Uddhav Thackeray. On Wednesday, March 27th, Shiv Sena along with Uddhav Thackeray announced the candidacy of 17 contestants

Amol Kirtikar has been given the ticket for the Mumbai North-West constituency, where Sanjay Nirupam was preparing for the elections. Sanjay Nirupam is discontented with not getting the ticket from Congress. Rahul Gandhi himself had assured him of getting the ticket from here.

Sanjay Nirupam had made several allegations against Amol and stated that such actions by the Congress are demeaning. Giving the ticket to the candidate chosen by Uddhav Thackeray is absurdity. During the COVID period, BMC provided free accommodation to the migrant workers, and now this absurdity is being committed.

Uddhav Thackeray’s Candidates Upset Congress Leaders in Mumbai Meetings

The Congress had earmarked the Mumbai South-Central constituency for Varsha Gaikwad. However, Uddhav Thackeray’s camp has given the ticket for Mumbai South-Central to Anil Desai, a close confidant of the Chief Minister. Varsha Gaikwad, who was seeking a ticket from here, was defeated during this meeting when Anantrao Gaikwad, the father of Varsha, lost to Manohar Joshi, the immediate past Lok Sabha president. 

The Congress has demanded that Vishwajeet Kadam, who was with the Congress, should be fielded in the fray. Uddhav Thackeray has given a ticket to Chandrakant Patil from here. Subsequently, disgruntled Congress leaders have reached Delhi to meet Sonia Gandhi. OBC Bahujan Aghadi leader Prakash Ambedkar, who was present at the meeting, will contest the elections from Sangli, which could complicate matters for both Congress and Shiv Sena (YuvaSena).

There is discontent within the Uddhav camp at the Sambhaji Nagar meeting, where opposition party leader Ambadas Danve had demanded a ticket to contest from Sambhaji Nagar. Chandrakant Khairane is also upset with the party after getting a ticket from here. However, he stated that he would continue to work for the party’s interests. He rejected the idea of leaving Shiv Sena (Uddhav camp).

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