Terming the election results in the Haryana and Maharashtra as "encouraging", he said the party workers are very pleased.
'Congress could have fared better in assembly elections if Rahul would have stayed': Khurshid sticks to his remark
The comments come at a time when the party is facing an existential crisis, made worse by infighting in state units.
Scindia, who was among the big Congress leaders who lost the 2019 summer general elections, said it is necessary to assess the present situation of the grand old party.
The party is facing attrition because it is taking too long to come to terms with its defeat in May national elections, the former External Affairs Minister told reporters late Monday.
Economic Offences Wing is cases lodged against senior Congress leader Salman Khurshid’s wife Louise alleged embezzlement of central funds released for disabled persons.
The former foreign minister stated that Pawar is a veteran leader and knows how to handle the tough times.
The former Union Minister and the senior Congress leader also said the party has 'very serious concerns' about how the country is being run.
'Maybe Modi meant meditate and Trump heard mediate': Khurshid's jibe at PM over US President's Kashmir remarks
India has denied Trump's claim that Prime Minister Narendra Modi requested him to mediate between India and Pakistan for resolving the Kashmir issue.
Salman Khurshid's comment came after it was reported that three madrasa students were allegedly thrashed with cricket bats.
The reaction came after the prime minister attacked the Congress and Rahul Gandhi over his remarks reported by an Urdu daily and the party's stand on triple talaq issue.
'There is complete paralysis of decision making. My only fear is that this tendency does not flow into next government irrespective of who forms it,' said the former finance minister.
Kejriwal became oracle who wielded a brush that relentlessly tarred many a reputation, says Khurshid in book on 2G spectrum scam.
Salman Khurshid was replying to a direct question put forth by an ex-AMU student who asked if Congress had stains of Muslims’ blood on its hands owing to a number of riots in its receptive regime.
Salman Khurshid's answer on communal riots during Congress regime not satisfactory, says AMU student Mohammad Amir Mintoee
Mohammad Amir Mintoee, an ex-student of Aligarh Muslim University, tried to put senior Congress leader Salman Khursheed on the mat during an event on campus last Sunday.
Khurshid, while referring to the 1984 anti-Sikh riots and the Babri Masjid demolition, said the Congress had blood on its hand, a remark that was quickly disowned by his party.