Kapil Sibal, who has been active in the Congress party for three decades, is now set to become a Rajya Sabha MP with the support of the Samajwadi Party. Unlike his former party colleagues, Sibal did not join the BJP. He filed his candidature for the Rajya Sabha as an independent candidate. Seeing this, his ideological commitment to the Congress seems assured. This is probably something that will satisfy Congress! With only two Congress MLAs in Uttar Pradesh, no MP from that party has been elected to the Rajya Sabha. Hence, putting a leader like Kapil Sibal in the Rajya Sabha (because of his legal career!) Who falls out against the BJP will fall in the path of the opposition, especially the Congress. Now Congress leaders like Ghulam Nabi Azad, Anand Sharma, Jairam Ramesh etc. who make eloquent speeches will not be in the upper house of Parliament; There will be siblings though. With the exception of this pro-Congress faction, it is a disgrace for a senior leader like Sibal to leave the party after three days of thinking in Udaipur and now after the start of organizational change. Katraj Ghat was shown to the rebel ‘G-23’ group in the Chintan camp. The leaders of this group were engrossed in thought, but none of their demands were accepted by Gandhi loyalists. Kapil Sibal rejects Gandhi family leadership! Perhaps that is why neither Sonia nor Rahul-Priyanka tried to coordinate with Sibal. Sonia Gandhi did not even include Sibal in the first five hours of talks with G-23 leaders. Sibal became even more aggressive on party leadership after deliberately soaking up the leadership question at a working committee meeting last month. It is also true that none of the rebels against the Gandhi family leadership were willing to stand in public. ‘While leadership is a key element in the Congress, it is being sidelined in party discussions. So, what is organizational change? ‘ Said Sibal. Even in Chintan Shivir in Udaipur, the fact that the party leadership issue did not come up for discussion proved to be a fact in Sibal’s argument. Sibal was also one of the young leaders like Ghulam Nabi Azad and Anand Sharma who joined the party during the reign of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi. Continued to be successful for a long time as Congress spokesman. He was a staunch supporter of the Congress ideological party on news channels. Arun Jaitley from the BJP and Kapil Sibal from the Congress are often seen as strong advocates. He has always strongly defended Congress in the courts. There is a big difference between leaving the Sibal Congress and leaving the party of Jyotiraditya or RPN Singh, Jitin Prasad. That is why no matter how much the Congress rejects Sibal’s departure, the party must be humiliated. Otherwise, the Congress would have remained silent without even giving a lukewarm response saying ‘good luck to those who go’. Since it is the policy of former Congress President Rahul Gandhi and his loyalists not to block the exit of the party, the Congress may take note of the emergence of ‘Sibal as others leave the party’. But how will the Congress respond to the BJP’s ridiculous suggestion to launch a ‘Congress Jodo’ campaign before the ‘Bharat Jodo’ campaign?