Karti Chidambaram suggests introspection in Congress after poor show in Bihar polls

Karti Chidambaram suggests introspection in Congress after poor show in Bihar polls

Days its poor showing within the state Assembly elections, Lok Sabha MP Karti P Chidambaram on weekday same it had been time for rumination and consultation within the Congress.

Karti, son of former union minister P Chidambaram, during a tweet said: “Its time we have a tendency to chew over, ideate, consult & act @INCIndia.”

The Congress leader created the cryptic comment whereas tagging a tweet by senior party colleague Kapil Sibal on his interview to English daily “Indian Express” regarding the state poll outcome.

Karti’s comment comes every day once senior Congress leader Tariq Anwar same a delay in finalising seat-sharing for the state election adversely wedged the grand alliance’s poll performance, wire service PTI reported .

Congress won nineteen out of the seventy seats it oppose in state. The Grand Alliance, comprising Congress, RJD among others, finished up with one hundred ten seats. On the opposite hand, NDA preserved power during a shut contest, textile one hundred twenty five seats within the 243-member assembly within the recent polls.

Anwar had on Sunday told PTI in associate degree interview that Congress should learn from it and complete alliance formalities well before for future assembly polls.

Anwar, United Nations agency is Congress party’s general secretary and a veteran leader from state, acknowledged that there have been shortcomings thanks to that the Congress performed worse than different ‘Mahagathbandhan’ constituents.

He declared that the leaders was serious regarding rumination likewise as an intensive analysis of the results, PTI reported .

Former union minister Sibal in his tweet labelled the interview during which he same, “We square measure nonetheless to listen to on recent polls… perhaps Congress leadership thinks it ought to be business as was common.”W

Sibal was a part of the cluster of twenty three senior Congress leaders United Nations agency had in August written to party chief Sonia Gandhi creating suggestions to revive the organisation.


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