and Shashi Tharoor will join the competition for the top spot.
incapable of contesting party elections.
Sonia Gandhi will play ‘neutral role’
National Assembly Speaker Sonia Gandhi is known to have told party leaders that internal elections are good for the organization and that she would play a “neutral role” in the process. The comments have been interpreted differently, with some believing her to be “neutral” suggesting that Rahul Gandhi is not ready to withdraw the reins of the party and may not agree to run for office, and a contest Open is welcome.
Haryana parliament passes resolution in favor of Rahul
The Haryana Pradesh Parliamentary Committee on Tuesday unanimously passed a resolution in favor of Rahul Gandhi for the position of party chairman. Representatives of the congressional committee asked Gandhi to submit his nomination for the post of president of the National Assembly while considering “the sentiments of all”, the resolution said. National Assembly Speaker Haryana Udai Bhan said the resolution to make him the party’s national president had been unanimously approved.
Venugopal says anyone can compete
Congress Secretary-General KC Venugopal said on Tuesday after a meeting with party chief Sonia Gandhi, anyone could argue that the Congress president’s poll will be free and fair as well as transparent. . “Whoever wants to apply for a nomination, can apply. We said this would be an open election, anyone could run for it, a free and fair election, it would certainly be an election. transparency,” he said.
PCCs pass resolution seeking Rahul Gandhi to head non-binding Congress, says Jairam Ramesh
With the committees of the National Assembly of Pradesh passing a resolution to seek Rahul Gandhi at the helm of the AICC, Party General Secretary Jairam Ramesh on Tuesday said such measures have no binding effect. Amid signs that Congress leader Shashi Tharoor will run in the party’s presidential polls, Ramesh also said anyone could run for the position, but personally he wanted to create consensus around a candidate.
‘He didn’t tell us anything’: Parliament on Rahul’s candidacy
When asked if Rahul Gandhi would run for office, Venugopal said only the ex can decide and that he “hasn’t told us anything”. Regarding the resolutions passed by the various state units of the party seeking the elevation of Rahul Gandhi to the highest position, Venugopal said that there is nothing wrong with the party workers being expressing their emotions. their.