Bhopal: Congress leader Aslam Sher Khan shot off a letter to members of Madhya Pradesh working committee before its first meeting and suggested various ways for bringing improvement in the party.

As per Sher Khan, the Congress cannot win by just attacking the RSS and rather it must work while putting the old traditions on the backseat.

Former Union Minister on Sunday told reporters that he wrote this letter to each member of the Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee before its first meeting.

A copy of the letter was sent to Congress president Sonia Gandhi and party’s state in-charge BK Hari prasad.

Hinting towards party leaders like Digvijay Singh, Jyotiraditya Scindia and Kamal Nath, Sher Khan pointed out that at a time when senior leaders of the party were busy in their respective states and all leaders of the party should work together so that the Congress may form its government.

He suggested that the party should concentrate on 12 Assembly seats which are also attached with the LS seats. “If the party wins seven Assembly seats, this would amount to 84 Assembly seats,” he said.

In 2008, 33 Assembly seats were such which the party lost during the LS polls.

He stressed that rather than making statements, it is time for the party to focus on those seats where it maintains a stronghold.