Big decision at CWC meeting, Congress presidential election to be held in May: Sources


Sources said that the meeting of the Congress Working Committee has decided that the internal elections of the party will be held in May. An official announcement could be made soon.

A meeting of the Congress Working Committee was held on Friday, where discussions were likely to be held on the conduct of elections for the post of Congress President. Sources said the meeting decided that the party’s by-elections would be held in May.

Sources said that Casey Venugopal had read the schedule of the Central Electoral Authority and said that elections for the Congress president would be held in May. After the assembly elections in five states, the Congress will be elected for the presidency. The Congress party does not want the party’s attention to be diverted due to internal elections.

Let me inform you that Rahul Gandhi resigned from the post of President after taking charge after the defeat in the 2012 Lok Sabha elections, then Sonia Gandhi took over as the interim President of the party again. Rahul Gandhi made it clear in his resignation that he would not return to office, even saying that he had dropped the name of Priyanka Gandhi that no party from the Gandhi family would be made president now.



The party held large meetings in December and major changes were made in the party organization across the country. In the middle of the meeting, it was reported that some party leaders want to see Rahul Gandhi again in this post. However, senior leaders of the party have repeatedly said that the party president will be elected under internal elections.

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At the December 19 meeting, many party leaders demanded that Rahul be made party president, after which Rahul was present at the meeting to fulfill the responsibilities given to him by the party. In such a situation, it remains to be seen who will be the next president of the Congress and how.


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