Congress leader Venugopal says 'party will have elected president by June'

Jan 22 2021 03:42 PM
Congress leader Venugopal says 'party will have elected president by June'

New Delhi: The Congress Working Committee (CWC), the apex policy policy policy unit of the Congress party, met at the party headquarters in Delhi on Friday. Cwc met in a digital manner due to the corona epidemic. According to sources present at the meeting, there may be elections in June for the new Congress president. Sonia Gandhi is currently handling the responsibility of the executive chairman of the party.

Quoting Arnab Goswami's alleged WhatsApp chat at the meeting, Sonia said that the sharing of patriotic and nationalism certificates to others has now been fully exposed. After the CWC meeting, senior Congress leader KC Venugopal said, "The Congress Working Committee has decided that the party will get an elected Congress president by June 2021.''

Sources also said that the Central Election Authority led by senior leader Madhusudhan Mistry has called for the election of the organization including the Congress president in June after the assembly elections in Tamil Nadu, Kerala, West Bengal, Assam, and Puducherry. Sources said the election authority has also proposed to conduct a session on 29th May. The CWC is churning out the election authority's proposal, and there will be a final decision on it today.

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