It is noteworthy that all the aforementioned leaders were signatories to the letter written by over 20 leaders in which they had sought sweeping changes.
Maharashtra cabinet minister said that leaders -- Chavan, Deora and Wasnik, who had written a letter to party president Sonia Gandhi, are not loyal to the Congress and Gandhi family.
Division in Congress: Top netas write to Sonia Gandhi seeking collective leadership, another group bats for Rahul
The pro reform leaders are further learnt to have called for free and fair organizational polls from the block up to the working committee level.
Youth Congress president Srinivas BV also backed Gehlot's recommendation and said that AICC should call a virtual session and make Rahul party chief.
Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said, CWC has given Congress President the right to make changes to restructure the party, a plan for this will be brought soon.