Sunil Jakhar: Congress has suffered a setback amid the ongoing Chintan Shivir in Udaipur, Rajasthan. Senior Congress leader Sunil Jakhar has decided to part ways from the party. He said that today the Congress party is visible on the cot. Good luck and good bye to Congress Party. Sunil Jakhar announced to leave the Congress by going live from his official Facebook page on Saturday. The former president of Punjab Congress raised questions on the politics being done keeping in mind the caste equation in the Congress and targeted the high command.

Sunil Jakhar said that those who were in charge of Congress in Punjab were given notices to us by not giving them. If the government was not formed in Punjab because of me, then why didn’t we get out. He further said that by giving notice what will he harm me. You are blessed to be with sycophants, but take decisions. Whether right or wrong, only time will tell. Sunil Jakhar made this announcement at a time when Congress’s Chintan Shivir is being held in Udaipur. Here the veteran leaders of the party are gathering and deciding the strategy ahead. This camp, which started on May 13, will run for three. Today is its second day.

Sunil Jakhar was angry with the party over the action taken against him against anti-party activities. The 68-year-old leader said Congress leaders sitting in Delhi ruined the party in Punjab. He said that an attempt was also made to project the Congress as a poor BSP in the state. In emotional outrage, he told Congress President Sonia Gandhi that you do not deviate from your ideology.

Praised Rahul Gandhi

Praising Rahul Gandhi, Sunil Jakhar described him as a good person and asked him to take the reins of the party in his own hands. Sunil Jakhar urged Rahul Gandhi to distance himself from the sycophants. He ended his talk by saying good luck and goodbye Congress.

Let us inform that Congress had recently taken disciplinary action against Sunil Jakhar. He was removed from all party posts. The Punjab Congress had recommended suspension of him from the party for two years, on which Sonia Gandhi had to take a decision.

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