First Rajya sabha A member of Punjab said that the decision of the congressional leadership should now be accepted by all in the interests of party unity.
“This is a time to be united. There are no winners or losers. Reconciliation is the way forward. All congressmen will hopefully have a role to play in the ideological struggle,” he said in a statement.
His comments come amid factions in Punjab unity and a series of multi-faction meetings before the party’s renewal.
The prime minister and the incoming PPCC The chief will have to work together, and for this purpose the magnanimity of both parties is expected, Kumar said.
“You need to make sure that no one feels diminished. Sometimes, and in a complex political situation, perfect solutions are impossible. We know that in politics a person is as important as the purpose one serves,” he said.
“The voice of the silent majority that defines the conscience of the party is in favor of unity and must be heard,” the former Justice Minister also said.
Sidhu emerged as the frontrunner for the post of head of the PPCC, but the prime minister opposed the move and there was a flurry of political activity to prevent him from becoming the party’s new head, the sources said.