During a debate in Lok Sabha, he asked as to how Kashmir issue was an "internal matter" if "United Nations is monitoring it since 1948."
Chowdhury, a five-time MP from Beharampore seat in Murshidabad district, is known to be a staunch critic of Banerjee, and has always opposed any sort of alliance with the party.
The Congress leader from West Bengal said, however, noted it would be tough for someone from outside the Gandhi family to run the party.
After 'Kashmir not internal issue' remark, now Adhir Chowdhury equates J-K with 'concentration camp'
The Congress leader also clarified that he was seeking answers from the government on the issue and was not against the country's stand on the matter.
Congress leader in the Lok Sabha Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury faced flak and left his party embarrassed with his remarks suggesting that Jammu and Kashmir is not India’s internal matter.
Chowdhury said the govt had thrown rules and regulations out of the window by proposing to create two Union territories out of Jammu and Kashmir provoking the Home Minister.
The CAG report had criticised the Central government on the implementation of the Goods and Services Tax.
Speaker Om Birla said in the future he will ensure that leaders from various parties are informed at least a day in advance on upcoming bills.
Leader of the Congress in Lok Sabha Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury said Home Minister Amit Shah has not responded to the issue despite the opposition raking up the matter repeatedly.
The bill was referred to a standing committee in 2017, but the draft law lapsed as the term of the 16th Lok Sabha had ended.
Joined by members from some other Opposition parties, Congress members trooped into the Well soon after the Question Hour began and were engaged in sloganeering.
Fifteen of the 24 members of the PAC were unanimously elected by the Lok Sabha.
Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, a senior party MP from West Bengal, is also the Congress' leader in the Lok Sabha.
The resignation of 13 MLAs has plunged the Congress-JD(S) government in the state into a crisis.
Congress Lok Sabha leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury stokes controversy with 'naali' jibe at PM, apologises
The Congress leader from West Bengal later told reporters that his Hindi was not good and he was misunderstood as he made the analogy after he got provoked.