The meeting of the Congress Working Committee (CWC) on Friday witnessed some heated alternate of phrases between senior leaders Ashok Gehlot and Anand Sharma.
According to sources, through the meeting Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, with out naming anybody, stated that there are different points in the nation, nonetheless for few leaders solely organisational election issues.
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“Party ne bahut kuch diya hai. Hum jo bhi hain Congress ki wajah se hain (The occasion has given us so much. Whatever we’re at present is due to the Congress),” Gehlot reportedly stated through the meeting in an obvious dig at these demanding early election for occasion president publish.
Reacting to Gehlot’s assertion, Anand Sharma shot again saying, “We have additionally contributed so much for the occasion. Have given 42 years to the occasion.”
A bit of leaders inside the grand outdated occasion has been elevating questions over the management. In August final 12 months, a bunch of 23 Congress leaders, in a letter to Sonia Gandhi, had demanded a “full-time, seen management”.
In an obvious try and pacify the dissenters, Sonia Gandhi had met the group which included Ghulam Nabi Azad, Anand Sharma, Bhupinder Hooda, Prithviraj Chavan, Kapil Sibal, Manish Tewari and Mukul Wasnik.
Congress to have elected president by June
Following Friday’s meeting, the Congress introduced that the occasion can have an elected president by June 2021.
The CWC determined that there will probably be an elected Congress President by June 2021 at any price,” AICC basic secretary Ok C Venugopal stated informed reporters throughout a press convention after the meeting of the occasion’s highest decision-making physique.
“The CWC mentioned the schedule of Congress president’s elections in May-end, proposed by its election authority. All CWC members unanimously requested Congress president that the interior elections mustn’t intrude with the meeting elections,” Venugopal stated.