Giving credence to the possibility of this change that could have altered the dynamics of India’s politics, many coalition partners, including DMK, too had taken it up with Sonia Gandhi.
The party source said that the issues of Congress Rajya Sabha member Partap Singh Bajwa's tirade against the Chief Minister was also discussed.
He also demanded an apology from Jaising, who is known for her stand against capital punishment.
The Congress has 16 MLAs and is in coalition with the JMM in the Hemant Soren-led government in Jharkhand.
BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra hit out at the opposition party and said it is "best at attacking India and protecting Pakistan".
Congress president Sonia Gandhi has warned disgruntled Maharashtra Congress ministers and leaders to get their act together and work, or face action.
As the students' protest gains momentum, it is clear that the government is digging in its heels, the Congress chief said.
The Congress top brass meeting, chaired by party chief Sonia Gandhi, will also deliberate on the state of the economy at the meet at the party's Akbar Road headquarters.
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Banerjee, also the TMC president, was angry over incidents of violence in her state during a trade union strike called by organisations affiliated to the Left and the Congress.
Sangram Thopte, the Congress MLA from Pune had also expressed his displeasure for not being inducted in Thackeray cabinet.
The committee is expected to chalk out the future course of action and also submit its report to Sonia Gandhi within a week.
The top court noted that the proceedings are pending before Income Tax Appellate Tribuna and it would like to wait till March 17 for the outcome .
Sonia Gandhi accused the Modi government of seeking to stifle and subjugate every voice of dissent and said Sunday's 'bone-chilling' attack on students and teachers in JNU was a grim reminder.
The dissidents claim to have met several senior national leaders of the Congress at New Delhi to press for the ouster of OPCC president Niranjan Patnaik.
Party leader Rahul Gandhi termed the whole incident as a reprehensible incident and said bigotry is a dangerous, age-old poison that knows no borders.