New Delhi, March 29 (IANS) The Congress on Tuesday hit out at the central government and the BJP BJP for interfering in the internal matters of the party, saying that any internal differences within Congress would be resolved by party leaders
“There could be differences within the Congress party. Why are they (BJP) interfering in this. This is an internal matter of Congress. They (BJP) have done nothing except fishing in troubled waters. There is no ideological difference,” said senior party leader Ambika Soni.
The Uttarakhan political crisis began when nine Congress legislators, including former chief minister Vijay Bahuguna, whom Harish Rawat replaced, revolted against him and turned to the Bharatiya Janata Party.
“Five-six members are angry. We know why they are angry. Anybody can have grievances, which we’ll resolve. Why is BJP interfering in these matters. What was the need to take the nine rebel MLAs in a bus to the governor’s house and make them sign on a memorandum?” she asked.
“They also brought them to Delhi in a chartered plane and spent on their stay at Leela hotel in Gurgaon. What was the need for that?” she added.