If ‘ideology’ doesn’t matter, change is easy: Kapil Sibal | India News

If 'ideology' doesn't matter, change is easy: Kapil Sibal |  India News

NEW DELHI: One day after Jitin Prasada left the party, the Congress Leaders of the G-23 group, of which Jitin Prasada was a part, attacked him and said that ideological commitment is more important in politics.
Kapil Congress Senior Leader Sibal He said, “The question is: will you get ‘prasada’ from BJP Or is it just a ‘trick’ for the UP elections? In such deals, if ‘ideology’ doesn’t matter, change is easy. ”
However, he said the Congress party needs reform and will continue to raise issues within the party. Sibal said that he will never join the BJP as he has opposed the party’s ideology.

Another leader who was a signatory to the letter, M Veerappa Moily, said that Jitin Prasada did not have an ideological commitment and the party should consider this also before promoting such people.
Congressional leaders called him an opportunist and said the party gave him all it could, but he chose to walk away.
Prasada, after joining the BJP on Wednesday, had said: “I feel there is no point in your doing politics or staying in a political party if a person cannot serve or protect the interests of his people. in Congress and not being able to do the same. So, I joined BJP and my work will only speak for itself. ”
His father Jitendra Prasada was a prominent face of ‘Brahmin’ in Uttar Prasad, who had defied Sonia Gandhiin 1999 and had disputed the position of head of the party against her. He died in 2002.


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