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Congress-controlled states pass resolution to make Rahul Gandhi party chairman


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Congress-controlled states pass resolution to make Rahul Gandhi party chairman

Congress-controlled states pass resolution to make Rahul Gandhi party chairman

In June 2019, parliamentarian Rahul Gandhi resigned as chairman of the Congress party, taking responsibility for the party’s defeat in the parliamentary elections… 18.09.2022, Sputnik International

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The Congress Committee of the Indian States of Rajasthan and Chattisgarh has passed a resolution calling on Rahul Gandhi to be the next leader of the party. Chattisgarh state leader Bhupesh Bagel told reporters on Sunday that following a meeting with Congress, state delegates had unanimously passed a resolution stating that “Rahul Gandhi should take over the presidency of the national party”. Rajasthan’s Head of State, Ashok Gehlot, has said that Rahul Gandhi should be appointed party leader, and everyone supported him,” Rajasthan’s Minister of Food and Civil Supplies said on Sunday. Pratap Singh Khachariyawas, after the adoption of a resolution by 400 party members. The Congress party will elect its next president on October 17, and the result will be announced on October 19. Candidatures will be submitted from September 24. return to the leader of the party. However, on August 22, Rahul Gandhi refused to participate in the election for the post of president.

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In June 2019, parliamentarian Rahul Gandhi resigned as chairman of the Congress party, taking responsibility for the party’s defeat in the general election. Congress had won only 52 of 543 seats in the polls. Since then, his mother Sonia Gandhi has stepped in as the party’s acting leader.

The Congress Committee of the Indian States of Rajasthan and Chattisgarh has passed a resolution calling on Rahul Gandhi to be the next leader of the party.
Chattisgarh state leader Bhupesh Bagel told reporters on Sunday that following a meeting with Congress, state delegates had unanimously passed a resolution stating that “Rahul Gandhi should take over the presidency of the national party”.

“…Resolution (A) was passed on Saturday after the Head of State of Rajasthan, Ashok Gehlot, said that Rahul Gandhi should be appointed leader of the party, and everyone supported it,” said Sunday Rajasthan’s Minister of Food and Civil Supplies Pratap Singh Khachariyawas after a resolution. was adopted by 400 party members.

The Congress Party will elect its next president on October 17, and the result will be announced on October 19. Applications will be submitted from September 24.

Many senior Congress officials, including Jairam Ramesh, Salman Khurshid, P. Chidambaran and Mallikarjun Kharge, have urged Rahul Gandhi to return as party leader.

However, on August 22, Rahul Gandhi refused to participate in the presidential election.



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