New Delhi: The Congress on Thursday acknowledged internal efforts are on throughout the event to reorganise and strengthen it and former Union Minister S M Krishna could have waited for the outcomes to return again out in Karnataka elections later this 12 months as in Punjab.
Congress spokesperson Rajeev Gowda moreover accused the BJP of poaching its leaders with clear image ahead of Karnataka polls to produce a camouflage for his or her precise antecedents. He, nonetheless, acknowledged people of the state will not be fooled and the BJP will meet a sorry consequence throughout the upcoming elections.
"If he had waited for little further time, he would have expert that there is lot of internal effort that’s occurring for reorganising the event, revitalising the event.
"Karnataka would have been wonderful example of how we are going to not just reorganise and strengthen the party but also deliver results which will change the momentum just like Punjab had delivered a vote of confidence in Congress party across country," he acknowledged
Gowda acknowledged Karnataka and completely different states creating for polls will ship the similar vote of confidence and "Krishna should have been a little more patient, he would have seen the impact of these changes and we could have used his advice and experience as well".
He acknowledged he has been following Krishna's political occupation and the Congress event had given him each factor apart from three positions of President, Vice President and Prime Minister.
"May be there is a possibility that these are positions on offer. There are some elections coming up. We do not know, only he and the BJP leadership know what induced him to take this particular decision," he acknowledged.
"In Karnataka, the BJP is desperately in the hunt for fig leaf; who’re their leaders? Their leaders are jailbirds and people who’ve a tremendously horrible fame in entrance of the oldsters of Karnataka – Shri Yeddyuruppa has been to jail, Shri Janardan Reddy has come out of jail and who else?
"The BJP before these elections has no face of its own. So they are reaching out to clean Congress people with the hope that it will provide them some kind of a camouflage for their real antecedents and their true track record. But people of Karnataka will not be fooled and the BJP will meet sorry outcome in the upcoming elections," he acknowledged.
Krishna, a former Union Exterior Affairs Minister all through UPA, joined the BJP yesterday throughout the presence of BJP chief Amit Shah and hit out at Congress vice chairman Rahul Gandhi saying politics is important enterprise and by no means a "hit-and-run job".
The 84-year-old former Exterior Affairs Minister moreover alleged that there is a disconnect between the Congress administration and the rank and file of the event and that there isn’t any such factor as a chief throughout the event who could match Prime Minister Narendra Modi.