NEW DELHI, May 24 � Sonia Gandhi, who was today re-elected chairperson of the Congress Parliamentary Party, asked partymen not to bicker in public amid a fierce blamegame in the party over its worst electoral defeat, which has seen Team Rahul Gandhi coming under attack from some leaders.
Addressing a meeting of CPP, she acknowledged there was �widespread anger against us which we failed to adequately gauge� and said �we have to individually and collectively draw the appropriate lessons from this unprecedented setback�.
A CPP resolution appealed to �progressive and secular forces� to present a united opposition and assured like-minded parties that the Congress would extend cooperation in this regard. Gandhi was made CPP chief for the fifth time in a row since 1998. � PTI