Shashi Tharoor, MP for Congress, has attacked BJP’s chief of the IT cell, Amit Malviya, saying that the grand old party is perfectly capable of resolving its internal differences without his assistance. Moreover, Tharoor suggested that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) hold a presidential election.
It is absolutely possible for us to resolve our own internal differences within @incIndia, @amitmalviya. We do not need your involvement in the election of our party. It would be helpful if you held one of your own first,” the Congress MP said in a tweet.
We are perfectly capable of resolving our own internal differences within @incIndia, @amitmalviya. We don’t need your involvement in our party’s election. Try to hold one of your own first. https://t.co/S237J7mZAP
— Shashi Tharoor (@ShashiTharoor) October 15, 2022
Malviya had earlier tweeted that Tharoor and his party are enthusiastic about Kharge, but never attend his events! MMS 2.0 will be available for Gandhis in the near future.
In light of the lack of a level playing field in the CP election, Tharoor has finally come to the realization that the election is a farce. A list of delegates with proper details has not been provided to him. It is evident that state presidents are enthusiastic about Kharge yet they fail to attend his inauguration! The saffron party’s IT cell head has stated that Gandhis will soon have MMS 2.0 version. In addition, the remarks were directed at former prime minister Manmohan Singh, who was constantly criticized by the ruling party for not standing up to the Gandhi family during his tenure as prime minister.
It is finally dawning on Tharoor that the CP election, with no level playing field, is a farce. He hasn’t been provided a list of delegates with proper details. State presidents are enthusiastic about Kharge but don’t even turn up for him! Gandhis will soon have MMS 2.0 version…
— Amit Malviya (@amitmalviya) October 13, 2022
In this election, Tharoor is running against Mallikarjun Kharge, a veteran member of the Congress party.
Shashi Tharoor expressed concern Thursday about a few Congress leaders openly supporting his opponent Mallikarjun Kharge. Tharoor said such behavior disrupts the level-playing field.
During Kharge’s visits to their respective states, several PCC chiefs and senior leaders were not available to meet with him, but they welcomed him and expressed their support.
As he sought votes from delegates at the Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee (DPCC) on Thursday, Tharoor stated that he wanted to bring about “change” within the organization. During the 2014 and 2019 elections, he stated that he would work to “bring back” the voters who had not supported the Congress.
Congress will announce the results of its presidential election on October 19, following the election on October 17.