Bhupinder Hooda makes big statement on Prashant Kishor not joining Congress

Chandigarh: Veteran Congress leader Bhupinder Singh Hooda says the party has full potential and able leadership to improve itself. Days after the Congress broke down talks with political strategist Prashant Kishor, former Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda said that all issues before the party will be resolved at the Chintan Shivir to be held in Udaipur on May 13-15.  

Hooda further said that the Parliamentary Board in Congress has already been and should remain. But it will not be discussed in the Chintan Shivir as the process of election of the organization is going on and such a matter will be considered after the elections. Hooda was among the 23 leaders who had written to the party's interim president Sonia Gandhi demanding a radical change in the Congress. Let us know that the 'Navasample Chintan Shivir' of the Congress is being held in Udaipur on May 13-15.  

Asked if the issues raised by the G23 will be resolved? Hooda said the definition of 'G23' is given by the media. Some of our senior Congressmen were of the view that some steps can strengthen the party, you should take this step. We wrote a letter about it. Some steps have also been taken. It is not anybody's opposition, we are well-wishers of the party. "We have not talked about leadership. We only said how the party will be strengthened. Now the president is being elected.''

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