Senior Congress leader Veerappa Moily explains why the Congress ‘doesn’t need to get disillusioned or disappointed’, admits there was no churning within the party after its loss in 2014 and says the Congress should work out an alternative to the BJP, ‘not imitate them’.
Emphasising that Gandhi alone can lead the party, Moily said it is the AICC in-charges and chiefs of states, where the party has done badly, who should be held accountable and not the Congress president.
Speaking to The Indian Express, Moily said that “people are raising their voice here and there” because of the current inactivity. He said the party “cannot be in a relaxed state” and argued that its “unity and integrity” have to be kept intact.
Signalling possible political instability in the state after the Lok Sabha poll results, the former Chief Minister said differences between Congress and JD(S) wouldincrease after the results are out on May 23.
In a report tabled in Parliament on August 31, 2018, the committee called the RBI norms “unrealistic and unwarranted” and called for keeping them under suspension in the light of the challenges faced by the banking sector, particularly PSU banks.
A draft of the report was prepared and circulated in previous tenure of the panel, but now the committee has been reconstituted so it will again be circulated, a member of the panel said on condition of anonymity.