Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, who is on a leave of absence from Parliament to focus on party work following its wipeout in the Delhi polls, will be back in action early next week, said former Union Minister Kamal Nath here.
Congress on Thursday dismissed any projection of a rift between Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi and described as "personal opinion" recent remarks by senior leaders Kamal Nath and Digvijay Singh about confusion and generation gap, saying both the Gandhis were running the party in a "cohesive" manner.
Congress leader Kamal Nath on Wednesday accused BJP of doing "somersaults" on important legislations like Land Aquisition and Insurance Bills and said it had changed its stance on these issues in just nine months of being in power.
Senior Congress leader Kamal Nath Tuesday said the party was ready to have discussions on the controversial Land Acquisition Bill but would oppose it tooth and nail if it is brought on the floor of the House.
Mocking BJP, Congress Wednesday accused it of running a "treadmill government" which "seems to be moving" but is "doing nothing" and said the ruling party must answer the people on the steps taken to fulfil the promises made by it during the Lok Sabha polls.
As Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) Government completed six months in office, Congress leader Kamal Nath slammed the Centre for making false promises to the people of this country.
Top rung Congressmen in Madhya Pradesh--Digvijay Singh, Kamal Nath and Jyotiraditya Scindia-- should hand over the reins to minorities and backward sections in the state in order to save the party from another embarrassment after the crushing defeat in Assembly and Lok Sabha polls, senior leader Aslam Sher Khan said here on Thursday.
After ex-CAG Vinod Rai attacked Manmohan Singh on 2G issue, Congress leader Kamal Nath on Friday said the former Prime Minister may have made a "mistake" in not acting despite his letter to him expressing concern over the spectrum allocation process.
With no clarity on Congress getting the Leader of Opposition (LoP) status in Lok Sabha, senior leader Kamal Nath on Sunday said the party "must" go to court if Speaker Sumitra Mahajan`s decision, which could be "flavoured" by BJP and Narendra Modi, went against it.
In remarks that could fuel a fresh controversy, senior Congress leader Kamal Nath on Sunday said that Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan`s decision on the issue of Leader of Opposition in Lower House could be "flavoured" by BJP and Narendra Modi.