May 29 2023

New Congress leader in June, decision after an argument at the Meeting

New Congress leader in June, decision after an argument at the Meeting

New Congress leader in June, decision after an argument at the Meeting

New Delhi: another Congress president will be chosen in June after five state races, it was chosen at a gathering meeting today after a contention between two gatherings, during which Rahul Gandhi purportedly stated: "For the last time, finish it and proceed onward." 

The Congress Working Committee (CWC) has concluded that there will be another chosen Congress president in June 2021, KC Venugopal told journalists after a gathering of the gathering's top dynamic body. 

At the CWC meeting, senior pioneers Ghulam Nabi Azad, Anand Sharma, Mukul Wasnik, and P Chidambaram apparently requested prompt authoritative surveys. They are among the Congress chiefs who host brought up awkward issues over the gathering's authority and the board as of late after numerous political race massacres. 

Run against them were the purported Gandhi followers - Ashok Gehlot, Amarinder Singh, AK Antony, Tariq Anwar, and Oommen Chandy, who said the Congress president's political race ought to be held after surveys in five states including Bengal and Tamil Nadu. One pioneer remarked: "Whose plan would we say we are pursuing? The BJP doesn't discuss inward decisions like our gathering? The main goal is to battle the state races then authoritative races." 

At long last, the subsequent gathering won. The dates for the appointment of a Congress president and the CWC will be declared right away and Sonia Gandhi will take the ultimate choice, pioneers said. The last political decision to the CWC was held in 1997. 

The following president will be picked at an at once of the Gandhis has gone under extraordinary investigation and assaults inside. 

Sonia Gandhi, who took over as stretch president in 2019 after her youngster Rahul Gandhi wandered down over the Congress' public political choice drubbing in 2019, has explained that she isn't in the running.
So has Rahul Gandhi, who has determinedly would not reexamine his abdication and has kept up that a non-Gandhi ought to be given an opportunity. 

Be that as it may, while the Gandhis have declined the top work, they keep on being the focal point of force in Congress. No critical choice is taken without their signoff. 

A segment of pioneers has, since a year ago, raised their voice against the authority however they have neglected to draw the help of the gathering on the loose.


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