Sources said that the changes in the state unit are expected “as early as next week” with people from Pilot’s group likely to be inducted in the state cabinet, organization, and state boards.
Gandhi said this after Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh attended Navjot Singh Sidhu's coronation as the new state unit chief at a function at Punjab Bhawan at Chandigarh.
The statement added that since 'merely six months are left for the elections', and pulling the party into the different directions will only harm its prospects in the 2022 polls.
He denied any infighting in the party over the matter and said the party will fight the upcoming assembly elections unitedly to realise the target of winning 150 seats.
Amid infighting in Punjab Congress, party in-charge for the state, Harish Rawat has said that decisions on organisational changes are expected by early July.
The panel, set up by Congress president Sonia Gandhi, is likely to present its report to her by the weekend or early next week.
The panel, whose members included former Maharashtra CM Ashok Chavan, Salman Khurshid, Manish Tewari, Vincent Pala and Jothi Mani, submitted its report to Sonia.
Fresh cracks in Rajasthan Congress as Pilot loyalist MLAs accuse govt of bias against SC, ST lawmakers
They also argued that while some MLAs are given a chance to speak in the House on many occasions, several SC, ST, and minority MLAs are ignored.
Veteran leader Ghulam Nabi Azad sought an overhaul in the organisational structure, claiming there is a huge disconnect between the people and Congress leaders.