The former Union minister, who was among the signatories of a letter to Sonia seeking organizational reform, said that anyone who persisted in “institutionalizing” the G-23 after the reform process had begun would only do so for ” vested interests”. .
“Some of us put our signatures only to reform the party from within and to rebuild the party, not to destroy it… Some of our leaders abused the G-23…. If they (some leaders) persist (with the G-23) that means there is a vested interest in some of them working against the Congress Party, to which we do not subscribe and rather we oppose, ”Moily told PTI.
He added that anyone who continued to use the G-23 was doing a “great disservice” to the Indian National Congress and his legacy, and that such actions would help rivals in Congress. “She (Sonia Gandhi) is active and makes decisions, those decisions are necessary,” Moily told the news agency.
The former minister expressed his support for the electoral strategist Prashant Kishorinduction into Congress and said that those who opposed his entry were “anti-reform.”
Moily also described Congress as the “fulcrum of the political force of this country,” and said that while the party lost elections at times, it would not lose them forever. Reacting to the head of NCP Sharad PawarIn the declaration that Congress was like a ‘zamindar’, Moily said that the head of the PCN himself had said that Congress was the only party in power in several states that could take over BJP.