New Delhi: Opposing Kapil Sibal, many Congress leaders came out on Wednesday by urging Congress to think critically. After Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, Congress Lok Sabha leader Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary too came forward with public criticism against Kapil Sibal. This public stunt is followed by Congress's by-election defeat in Bihar and other states.
"Kapil Sibal was worried about Congress's future. But he wasn't seen in the election campaigns in Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat." Adhir Ranjan said.
"He is making opinion without attending the campaign in any states. This is useless", he further added.
Earlier Ashok Gehlot came up against Kapil Sibal. "There was no need for Mr. Kapil Sibal to mention our internal issues in Media, this has hurt the sentiments of the party workers across the country", Gehlot tweeted.
Former minister Salman Khurshid claimed Kapil Sibal as 'doubting Thomases' who suffer " periodic pangs of anxiety". In an interview given to an English newspaper, Kapil Sibal claimed that there "has been no dialogue and there seems to be no effort for dialogue by the leadership". However, there has been no response from the leadership. Congress is yet to decide on a meeting to review Bihar election.