After Harish Rawat, Manish Tewari also opens front against Congress, will he quit party?

New Delhi: Senior leader Manish Tewari has now launched a front against the party after Congress national general secretary Harish Rawat accused the party of non-cooperation on Wednesday. He took to Twitter to write, "First Assam, then Punjab and now Uttarakhand... You will be able to enjoy it completely, no one will be left unturned'. Earlier also, Manish Tewari had hit out at the Congress high command over the controversy in the Punjab unit over Navjot Singh Sidhu and Kanhaiya Kumar's joining the party.

Manish Tewari is also among the leaders of the Congress group (G-23) who wrote to party president Sonia Gandhi last year demanding a change in the organisation. After this letter, differences in the party had come out in the open. Earlier, former senior Congress leader and former Punjab CM Amarinder Singh tagged Harish Rawat and wrote in a tweet, 'You reap what you sow. Best wishes for future plans (if any) Harish Rawat ji.'

In fact, Harish Rawat was in charge of the Punjab Congress when Captain Amarinder Singh was removed from the post of CM. Harish Rawat rocked the political corridors on Wednesday ahead of the proposed Uttarakhand assembly elections early next year, saying the party organisation was uncooperative with him and that his mind was trying to give up everything.

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