Priyanka denies becoming Congress president
After the defeat of the Congress in the Lok Sabha elections, Rahul Gandhi took the responsibility and quit the post of the party president. After this there was a demand for Priyanka Gandhi's appointment in the party. Meanwhile, NDTV has informed sources that Priyanka Gandhi has refused to take charge of the president. He said in front of senior Congress leaders that there is no question of assuming responsibility of party president. At the same time, he also said that he should not be considered as the presidential candidate. Priyanka Gandhi made it clear that she would continue working for the party while staying in the party on her current status (General Secretary).
Priyanka's bid – should not be considered a candidate for the post of President.
The manner in which Priyanka Gandhi raised voice over the Sonbhadra massacre, she did not fight for the party, she fought strongly on the Yogi Adityanath Government of the state, many of her party's senior leaders praised. After this, many leaders of the party expressed hope that Priyanka can become party president while accepting new challenges. Many leaders also appealed to him to become president. However, Priyanka has refused to take over as the president.
These 7 names are included in the process of Congress President
NDTV told the source that the Congress President has asked senior party leaders to give a name in the closed envelope. There is no consensus on the name of this post so far. At present, names of 7 senior party leaders have been included in the process of Congress presidential post. This list includes the names of Mallikarjun Kharge, Sushil Kumar Shinde, Digvijay Singh, Kumari Selja, Mukul Wasnik, Sachin Pilot and Jyotiraditya Scindia.
Rahul's decision on returning from the US will be decided
NDTV sources say that Congress leaders are awaiting Rahul Gandhi's arrival, which has gone to America. It may be decided after their arrival. Meanwhile, the news is that Sonia Gandhi has convened a meeting of the Congress Working Committee, which is the highest decision making body of the party. At present, if there is no finalist for the President, an interim president can be made in the Congress, after which internal elections can be made.