Chandigarh: Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Saturday reiterated that he wants Rahul Gandhi to take over the reins of the Congress. Gehlot’s statement was supported by the state president and other representatives of the party by raising their hands. Gehlot was addressing a meeting of representatives of the Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee here.
According to the party spokesperson, Chief Minister Gehlot said that he felt that Rahul Gandhi should take the reins of the party as the Congress president. On which the state president Dotsara supported him and all the newly elected representatives present supported him. In the first meeting of the representatives of the Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee (delegates), a resolution was passed to elect the state president of the party and the representative of the All India Congress Committee (AICC) from Rajasthan. < /p>
Official Statement Issued
According to the official statement issued after the meeting, Chief Minister Gehlot proposed that the President of the Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee and AICC representatives from Rajasthan should be selected by the Congress President. . State President Dotsara supported it and Congress Working Committee member Raghuveer Meena approved it. This resolution was unanimously passed by all 400 newly elected representatives of the Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee and it was passed by the AICC. Handed over to State Election Officer Rajinder Singh Champawat to present in. According to the statement, after the decision taken by State Election Officer Champawat, a meeting of newly elected representatives of Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee was held. In this, Chief Minister Gehlot said that he felt that Rahul Gandhi should take the reins of the party by becoming the Congress president, on which the state president Dotsara supported him and all the newly elected representatives present raised their hands and agreed. given In the meeting, he said, ‘On the basis of ideology, all Congressmen are one and no one is divided into any faction.’
“The resolution was passed to make Rahul Gandhi the president of the party, which was kept by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot,” he told reporters after. Everyone raised their hands and supported.
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