New Delhi, Mar 12: Congress president Sonia Gandhi, her son Rahul Gandhi and daughter Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, are more likely to resign at Congress Working Committee (CWC) assembly on Sunday, taking ethical accountability for the celebration’s poor efficiency within the 5 states meeting elections.
It’s to be seen what Gandhi loyalists would resolve within the assembly, in keeping with NDTV report.
In Uttar Pradesh which the BJP gained decisively, the Congress completed a distant fourth regardless of Priyanka Gandhi’s intensive marketing campaign. In Punjab, the Congress misplaced to the Aam Aadmi Celebration (AAP) after ruling the state for the final 5 years, whereas it misplaced to the BJP in Uttarakhand, Goa and Manipur.
The celebration’s poor efficiency is certain to pose a critical problem to Rahul Gandhi’s management, as he and his sister and AICC basic secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra had been the one star campaigners seen on this spherical of meeting polls.
The leaders of G-23, who’ve been demanding an organisational overhaul, had met Friday night on the residence of senior chief Ghulam Nabi Azad to evolve their technique forward of the essential CWC assembly.
Sunday’s assembly is more likely to see some fireworks from the G-23 as they’d prompt corrective measures after the final spherical of meeting polls, when the celebration misplaced Puducherry and did not make a mark in Kerala, Assam and West Bengal, however there had been little motion on that entrance.
A dominant pressure within the nation’s politics for many years, the grand previous celebration’s free fall continued because it misplaced Punjab to AAP and completed with simply two seats out of 403 within the politically essential state of Uttar Pradesh. The celebration additionally misplaced in Uttarakhand and Manipur.
After the drastic decline in its tally typically elections, it’s now left in energy solely in Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh and is a really small participant within the coalition governments in Maharashtra and Jharkhand.
Story first printed: Saturday, March 12, 2022, 19:52 [IST]