After reports that Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi may be elevated to the post of the party president, former Chhattisgarh CM and senior Congress leader Ajit Jogi on Thursday threatened to quit the Grand old party. "My well wishers want me to quit Congress," he told a TV news channel. According to reports, he might float his own party. \u201cI have been meeting a lot of people. As of now, I have personally met at least thousand supporters and they all have mounted pressure on me saying if we want to free Chhattisgarh from the rule of Raman Singh then I have to quit Congress, which is acting as the \u2018B-Team\u2019 for Raman Singh or otherwise he might win for the fourth time too,\u201d said Jogi. \u201cSo now, I think that if I have to win then there is only one way out that I have to lead a different political front. I would like to inculcate new and young faces in my party who would dedicatedly work for Chhattisgarh and help in ending the loot which is going on in the state,\u201d he added. Meanwhile, BJP leader and Union HRD minister Smriti Irani has taken a jibe at the Congress vice-president by saying \u201cRahul Gandhi being elevated as Congress president means \u2018achhe din\u2019 for us (BJP).\u201d With Gandhi being elevated as party\u2019s president, AICC reshuffle has also been predicted on the cards. Younger Congress aspirants are reportedly expected to get key positions in the party, where as the older party functionaries will be asked to step down. However, difference in opinion in this regard seems to exist within the party. According to reports, most of the Congress veterans are uncomfortable with what some described as the Rahul\u2019s brusque and impatient style of functioning and wish for incumbent president Sonia Gandhi to steer the helm of the party for some more time.