Congress President Election: G-23 faction active in Delhi, Manish Tiwari can file nomination for the post of Congress President

Congress President Election News: Since the announcement of the election of the Congress President, there has been a political uproar in the Congress. Due to the political atmosphere in Delhi, a storm came in Rajasthan. Ashok Gehlot, who is being touted as the front runner in this whirlwind Janata Dal, has walked away from the polls. However, now a large section of the party has become active at this time. This faction may not have anything to do with the political upheaval of Rajasthan, but this faction can play an important role in the election of the President. According to sources, Manish Tiwari of this faction may file nomination tomorrow. No leader of this faction has yet officially revealed about it.

On the other hand, Shashi Tharoor of the G-23 camp may file his nomination tomorrow (September 30). Digvijay Singh has also made up his mind to contest for the post of president. So far no Congress leader has filed nomination for the post of President. In such a situation, the leaders of G-23 are trying their best to ensure that the face of the Congress president is of their choice.

The leaders of G-23 became active
Many leaders including Manish Tiwari, Prithviraj Chavan, BS Hooda of G-23 faction held a meeting at Anand Sharma’s house. Prithviraj Chauhan, who left Anand Sharma’s residence after the meeting, said, "It is a good thing that elections are being held in a democratic manner in the party. We thanked Sonia Gandhi for fair elections. Let’s see who will fill the nomination. We have heard some names. We will support the best candidate in the field.

No one has filed nomination papers yet
Also, Manish Tiwari said after the meeting. That no one has filed nomination yet. We will consider after the nomination. The democratic process has begun. He said that BS Hooda, Anand Sharma, Prithviraj Chavan and I met today and discussed the incidents. Let’s see what happens tomorrow. The G-23 is a group of disgruntled Congress leaders who have repeatedly talked about changes in the organization. The nomination process for the post of Congress President has started from September 24 and will end tomorrow on September 30. Candidates can withdraw their names till October 8. Voting for the post of Congress president will be held on October 17, while the party will get a new president on October 19.

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