On Saturday, Congressman Manish Tewari said he didn’t want to weigh in on the merits of Ghulam Nabi Azad’s five-page letter, in which he blasted Rahul Gandhi, but said it is “laughable” when “those who up till yesterday were chaprasis of Congress leaders provide gyaan.” Manish Tewari referred to the criticism of Ghulam Nabi Azad by party officials after his resignation as “laughable,” for lack of a better phrase. “Our situation is critical. We have faced a challenging scenario. The Congress MP stated, “What transpired is terrible, unfortunate, and in my opinion, probably avoidable.
“I’m not going to discuss the letter from Azad’s perspective. He will be in the best position to clarify the reasons for the letter’s context. The letter is self-explanatory. But let’s just say that occasionally it is odd, if not downright absurd, that people who can’t even compete in ward elections want to talk about winning elections,” said Manish Tewari.
“There is no certification required. We are associates, not tenants, of this establishment. If you try to push us away, though, it is a different story. We’ll see “said Manish Tewari.
Speaking of G-23, of which Manish Tewari was a member, the Punjab MP claimed that 23 party officials wrote to Sonia Gandhi two years ago to express concern over the party’s state of affairs and urge her to take them seriously. “After that letter, Congress lost all of the Assembly polls. If Congress and India have similar thought processes, it appears that one or both of them has changed “said Manish Tewari.
“The cooperation between India and Congress, which had been in place since 1885, appears to have developed a flaw. It was necessary to reflect on oneself. This scenario would not have arisen if the meeting’s consensus, which took place at Sonia Gandhi’s home on December 20, 2020, had been carried out “explained Manish Tewari.
Ghulam Nabi Azad announced his resignation from Congress on Friday and explained it in a letter. He brought up G-23, the rebel organisation led by the Congress leader, and claimed that the party’s ruling clique had “attacked, demonised, and humiliated” these rebel leaders.