With Congress infighting out in open over alliance with ISF in Bengal, West Bengal Pradesh Congress president Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury hit out at his party colleague Anand Sharma and asked if he was trying to please his “future political boss” by tarnishing the image of the party.The Congress stands as a divided house yet again with the party’s alliance the Indian Secular Front (ISF) in Bengal the latest point of contention. Bengal Congress leader Adhir Ranjan slams Anand Sharma over his comments on party’s tie-up with Indian Secular Front.(@prema_rajaram)#WestBengal #ITVideo pic.twitter.com/LPLn7thi9d Congress’ alliance with parties like ISF and other such forces militates against the core ideology of the party and Gandhian and Nehruvian secularism, which forms the soul of the party. These issues need to be approved by the CWC. Know ur facts @AnandSharmaINC ji1. CPI(M) led Left Front is leading the secular alliance in West Bengal of which Congress is an integral part. We are determined to defeat BJP's communal & divisive politics and an autocratic regime.1/4 In response to criticism from within his own party over his decision to ally with Furfura Sharif cleric Abbas Siddiqui's ISF, the West Bengal Pradesh Congress president Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury on Wednesday posted a series of tweets titled "Know Your Facts, Anand Sharma ji". “Would urge a select group of distinguished Congressmen to rise above always seeking personal comfort spots & stop wasting time singing praises of PM,” Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury wrote.