New Congress President: Big announcement will be made in May, decision in working committee meeting Assembly elections are due in April-May in many states including West Bengal, Tamil Nadu and Assam and due to this, it has been decided to hold elections in May. In this virtual meeting, Sonia Gandhi announced the election of the new president of the party in May.
The election of the post of President of Congress has been postponed till May due to the assembly elections to be held in several states. This was announced at the important meeting of the Congress Working Committee on Friday. Assembly elections are due in April-May in many states including West Bengal, Tamil Nadu and Assam and due to this, it has been decided to hold elections in May. In this virtual meeting, Sonia Gandhi announced the election of the new president of the party in May. Permanent chairman will be found after two years After the Lok Sabha elections in 2019, Rahul Gandhi resigned as the party president and after that Sonia Gandhi was made the interim president of the party. At that time the party was expected to get a new president soon, but after this announcement it is clear that the party will get a new president after about two years. 4 Also read: Mamata Banerjee’s shock, this veteran leader resigns as minister 4 (Photo- social media) Disgruntled leaders wrote a letter to Sonia After the defeat in the Lok Sabha elections, the party has not performed well in the assembly elections held in various states. That is why a section of the party was continuously demanding to be made full-time president. In the past, 23 senior leaders including Ghulam Nabi Azad and Kapil Sibal had also written a letter to Sonia Gandhi, demanding a permanent president in the party. Sibal again raised the demand for a new president Sibal had also demanded to be appointed as the permanent chairman of the party in a recent interview to an English newspaper. He said that internal elections should be held in the party as soon as possible so as to make the party politically strong. He said that due to not having a permanent president, the activities of the party have cooled down and the Congress has not been able to challenge the BJP hard. Assembly elections due to locks Due to the growing demand for a new permanent chairman, such speculations were already being made that this issue would definitely be discussed in the meeting of the Congress Working Committee. Making a big announcement in this regard, Congress President Sonia Gandhi said that the Congress organization elections will be held in May. He said that elections were postponed till May in view of the assembly elections to be held in several states. Also read: JP Nadda arrives in Lucknow on two-day tour, tells CM eligible for congratulations 4 (Photo- Twitter) Rahul’s coronation again predicted By the way, it has been speculated in Congress for a long time that Rahul Gandhi will be crowned as the President once again. Rahul supporters are trying to persuade him to take the reins of the post of president. However, Rahul Gandhi has not yet agreed to this. Informed sources say that if Rahul Gandhi is not ready to take over as the President, then in such a situation the trust of the Gandhi family and Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot can be crowned. The party session may be held on May 29 According to sources, in the meeting, the Central Election Authority headed by senior leader Madhusudan Mistry proposed to hold elections in May in view of the assembly elections in various states. The party’s session is expected to be held by the authority on 29 May. Government attacked for new agricultural laws Addressing the working committee meeting, party president Sonia Gandhi accused the Modi government of being insensitive and arrogant. He said that the government was too hasty to pass new agricultural laws and farmer interests were completely ignored. This is the reason that farmers have come out on the road with their demands. He said that the Congress had already rejected all the three laws of the central government. The government has passed these laws, suppressing the voice of the opposition. Confidential information leaked The Congress President also raised the issue of leaking confidential information, citing national security as a serious matter. He said that this is a serious matter but the government is keeping silence on this issue. He also called the government policies wrong in dealing with the Corona crisis and said that due to this many losses had to be incurred. He hoped that the entire process would be properly followed in the Corona vaccination campaign. He also appealed to the party leaders to focus on preparing for the assembly elections.
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