CWC resolution wants Rahul Gandhi as Congress president; official announcement next month
- Author: Ronnie Bowen Nov 21, 2017,
Nov 21, 2017, 0:38
Party sources said Rahul is likely to be the sole candidate in the organisational poll and is "deemed to be the next party chief" on December 5, a few days before the Gujarat Assembly polls. As preparations begin for Rahul's elevation, many wonder what would be Sonia's role in the party once her son takes over the reins.
The Election Commission has given a deadline of December 31 to the Congress for electing a new president. She has always guided the Congress party. "Right now, we want to focus only on Rahulji". But allies like the NCP and the DMK are known to have better equations with Sonia. "Soniaji is not well and can not undertake country-wide campaigns".
In 2008, there was a break during the parliamentary session due to the state elections in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Delhi, he said.
The Modi government is also forcefully trying to change the history of modern India by systematically erasing the contributions made by Pandit Nehruji and Indira Gandhi - be it through rewriting school textbooks, through malicious misinformation and propaganda, or ignoring with disdain the importance of the birth centenary of Indiraji, she said.
India's Nehru-Gandhi scion Rahul Gandhi is likely to be elevated as chief of the country's main opposition Congress party on December 4, sources said. We can not conceive that her guidance, her able leadership will not be available.
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The list contains the name of the party president Sonia Gandhi and vice-president Rahul Gandhi.
She said the government was sabotaging the session on "flimsy grounds". He came back to India to help his mother Sonia with the 1999 general election campaign but then disappeared from the political firmament after the polls, and returned only in 2002.
PAAS leader Hardik Patel even cancelled his rally in Rajkot where he was expected to announce a possible alliance with the Congress. He also said the session would be held for sure and that the Congress will be "totally exposed".