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“People come and go from our party”: Congress General Secretary Venugopal on Sibal’s exit

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Congress General Secretary KC Venugopal (Photo: twitter/@kcvoffical)

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Kochi: Regarding former Union minister Kapil Sibal quitting the Congress, party general secretary KC Venugopal said that “people come and go from our party” and did not blame anyone for the move.

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“He had already written a letter to the party president. The letter said that he was a firm believer in the values ​​of the Congress. He didn’t say anything else. Let him tell you his position. Then I can say The resignation letter is of a very high standard. People come and go from our party. This is a big party. Some people may leave the party. Some may go to other parties. I am not going to blame anyone who left the party. Congress has huge space,” Venugopal said.

“The party will be completely rebuilt. It intends to go along with a comprehensive reorganisation. Many guidelines are coming. Each person will have a task. ,

“During this regime, the central government is using CBI, intelligence and all other agencies to eliminate political opponents. They are working to destroy other political parties by using clever methods which have never been used by any government. It’s hard to survive. But we trust. Congress has the power to overcome this. Congress also has leaders for this. There will be temporary tremors here and there. We will study the problems. The party will be strengthened and taken forward in a grand manner.”

Sibal today revealed that he has quit the Congress party, leaving a bombshell moment after he filed his nomination papers for the Rajya Sabha as an independent candidate backed by the Samajwadi Party.

“I had resigned from the Congress party on May 16,” Kapil Sibal told reporters, slipping into hidden information since the Congress “chintan camp” or strategy meeting a week ago.

Read also: Kapil Sibal quits Congress, files Rajya Sabha nomination with the support of SP

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