Congress President Election: Notification will be released tomorrow

Congress President Election: There has been a commotion in the Congress party for the past several days regarding the election of the President. Meetings of the leaders are being held daily. Keeping this in mind, the Central Election Authority headed by senior leader Madhusudan Mistry announced to issue a notification yesterday i.e. Thursday. Along with this, the formal election process will also begin.

What is the election program of the Congress?

According to the announced program for the election of the Congress President, September 22. Notification will be issued on and the process of filling nominations will run from 24th to 30th September. The last date for withdrawal of nominations is October 8. In case of more than one candidate, the voting will be held on October 17 and the results will be declared on October 19. The important thing is that since Rahul Gandhi indicated that he will not take over the reins of the party. After that, the chances of contesting for the post of Congress President also increased. >Senior party leader Shashi Tharoor has already indicated to contest the election, while on the other hand, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot is also likely to contest the election. On the other hand, Gehlot said in the meeting of the Congress Legislature Party in Jaipur on Tuesday that if he submits his nomination for the post of party president, the MLAs will get a message to reach Delhi.

Legislative Party Meeting After a cabinet minister of Rajasthan gave this information. State Food Supply Minister Pratap Singh Khachariawas said that Chief Minister Gehlot will go to Kochi and urge Rahul Gandhi to contest for the post of party president. Several state Congress committees have also passed a resolution stating that Rahul Gandhi should once again take over the reins of the party. Meanwhile, Ashok Gehlot is also scheduled to arrive in Delhi on Wednesday, where he is likely to meet party president Sonia Gandhi.

What did the Congress General Secretary say?

Congress General Secretary Jairam Ramesh said that the resolutions passed by various state Congress Committees are not binding. He also says that no one was asked to pass the resolution. These resolutions were passed by these Congress units after Rahul Gandhi on September 9 indicated that he would stand by his earlier decision not to become the party president in Kanyakumari. Rahul Gandhi has a strong chance of contesting the election now that he is sticking to his stand.

When was the Congress president elected before this?

< p> 22 years ago, i.e. in 2000, there was a contest between Sonia Gandhi and Jitinder Prasad, in which Prasad lost. Earlier in 1997, there was a contest between Sitaram Kesari, Sharad Pawar and Rajesh Pilot for the post of President, in which Kesari won.

What about the nomination of Rahul Gandhi? Is there a discussion?

Congress general secretary KC Venugopal said on Tuesday about Rahul Gandhi’s filing of nomination papers, ‘It is for Rahul Gandhi to decide and he has not told us anything about it. have told.’ Despite urging Rahul to take over as party president, the former Congress president said earlier this month that he had taken a decision but would not reveal his future plans. He had also said that if he does not contest the upcoming elections for the post of party president, he will explain the reasons. This comment of Rahul is being seen as an indication in the party that he is not willing to contest for the post of party president.

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