Manish Tewari to contest election for congress president's post, may announce soon

New Delhi: The election schedule of the National President of the Congress Party has been released on Thursday. In such a situation, many big leaders are engaged in the process of adding their names to the list of the party president. From Lok Sabha MP Shashi Tharoor to Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot, the names of many big stalwarts of the party are coming out in the race for the post of president. Now Manish Tewari, MP from Anandpur Sahib Lok Sabha seat of Punjab has also made up his mind to contest the election of party president. He will go to Delhi on Sunday and meet his supporters. Only then will he take the final decision.

Let us tell you that Manish Tewari already has experience presiding in other parties of Congress. He has been the head of NSUI Congress for 5 years and Youth Congress for 2 years. Manish Tewari has also been a member of the internal opposition party G-23 of Congress. At the same time, he has kept his different opinion apart from the party line many times. Presently, Manish Tewari is in Chandigarh and is brainstorming with his supporters there.

It is noteworthy that the notification for the election of the Congress President has been issued on Thursday and with this, the process of selecting the person who will hold the highest post of the country's oldest political party has started formally. This notification has been issued by the Central Election Authority headed by senior party leader Madhusudan Mistry.

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