New Delhi, Nov 4: Last month, we witnessed the mega family feud involving the top leaders of the Samajwadi Party in Uttar Pradesh.
Now, it seems Congress leaders in the state, slated for assembly elections in early 2017, are getting ready to wash their dirty linen in public.
In fact, the Congress in Uttar Pradesh has been divided into two groups--pro-Kishore and anti-Kishor.
Kishor shares close relationship with Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi, however, other top party leaders are not very happy with their election strategist.
The main difference between the party leaders and Kishor is over involving Priyanka Gandhi in the upcoming election campaign.
Kishore wants Priyanka to be the main face of Congress campaign in Uttar Pradesh. However, others disagree with him.
Punjab Congress Chief Amarinder Singh is also not happy with Kishor's way of functioning, says report.
Assembly elections are scheduled in Punjab early next year.