Congress Presidential Election: Preparations are intensified inside the party for the election of the President of the Congress Party. A large section of the party wants to see Rahul Gandhi on the post of President but Rahul is not ready. During this, Digvijay Singh’s brother and Congress leader Laxman Singh has said that if Rahul Gandhi does not want to become the party president, then he should not be forced, there are more people in the party, they should get a chance.
Laxman Singh, MLA from Chanchoda in Madhya Pradesh and younger brother of Digvijay Singh, said on Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra that he (Rahul) should have done this journey earlier, in this people have got an opportunity to say that this Yatra should be done by ED. Why did it happen only after the raid?
‘Elections are not won by walking’
Taking a jibe at Rahul Gandhi, Laxman Singh said that neither elections are won by walking nor one can become Prime Minister. He said that if this was the case, then the Rabadi, who herds sheep, walks 2 to 3 thousand kilometers every year, then he too would have become the Prime Minister. Laxman Singh said that there is art of management in election politics, elections are won by working at the booth level.
What did Rahul Gandhi say about becoming the President?
Rahul Gandhi has neither said yes nor denied to become the President of the Congress party. During the Bharat Jodo Yatra, Rahul Gandhi had said in response to a question, “When the election process is over then you will know whether I am becoming the president or not. If I do not file nomination then you can ask questions.” ‘
When is the election for the post of Congress President?
Nominations for the election of the President of Congress will be filed on September 24 and if there is more than one candidate in this nomination, then elections will be held for it on October 17.
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