Raipur. Punjab MLA and AAP’s state co-incharge Hardeep Singh Mundia has raised questions on the Congress for canceling the appointments of State Congress general ministers. Hardeep Mundia said, this time this factionalism has not been seen between any ministers but between Chhattisgarh state in-charge Kumari Selja and PCC Chief Mohan Markam. State in-charge Kumari Selja canceled the new appointments issued just a few hours before Markam. It has become clear that nothing is going well in the Congress. Congress is a party battling infighting.
Mundiya said, due to Markam’s attitude, the dispute has increased in the organization. In such a situation, it can be guessed that factionalism in the party is at its peak. This exposes the instability and uncertainty of the Congress. This is a big sign of the sinking of the Congress boat in 2023. Congress is a sinking ship. The latest example of this is that Mohan Markam has made it clear that he is not ready to accept the order of the in-charge immediately by talking about the review of the order of Congress state in-charge Selja.
Mundia said that a dozen ministers and more than 20 MLAs of the Bhupesh government are running angry. All of them are in touch with different parties. Many big leaders of Congress are in touch with Aam Aadmi Party. In the coming days, a political earthquake is going to happen in the Congress. A glimpse of this factionalism has now come to the fore due to the political confrontation between Kumari Selja and Mohan Markam in the past. More than half of the MLAs are angry with CM Bhupesh Baghel. He said, Congress was raising questions on the organization of Aam Aadmi Party, but today their organization itself is disintegrating and they are not able to handle factionalism within the party.
The co-in-charge said, during the entire tenure, the Congress has been fighting with infighting. During its tenure, the Congress did not do any work for the people of the state. They just kept fighting for the chair. The people of the state continued to suffer in the fight for the chair. Bhupesh Baghel and TS Singhdev kept visiting Delhi for the whole 5 years. Both the leaders kept fighting for the post of Chief Minister since the 2018 elections and as soon as the elections came, once again the political tussle between the leaders for the post increased.