'Whoever becomes Congress president...,' Rahul Gandhi's big advice to upcoming party chief

New Delhi: Congress's Lok Sabha MP Rahul Gandhi, who is going on the 'Bharat Jodo Yatra' to get back his lost political ground, once again addressed the media today. During this, Rahul Gandhi broke his silence regarding the election of the National President of Congress to be held on 17 October. The Congress leader said that I stand by my old mindset and I am not going to contest elections. Let us tell you that after the humiliating defeat of the Congress in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, Rahul resigned from the post of party president.

However, Rahul has already advised the Congress President to be in his statement. He has said that Congress President is not just an organizational post, but is an ideological post and a belief system. Rahul Gandhi, MP from Kerala's Wayanad Lok Sabha seat, further said that whoever becomes the Congress President should remember that he represents a set of ideas, a belief system and a vision of India. 

Let us tell you that, senior Congress leader and former Madhya Pradesh CM Digvijay Singh has also joined the race for the party president. Digvijay Singh is reaching Delhi today in this connection and here he will meet with the interim president of the party, Sonia Gandhi. Earlier, Congress MP Shashi Tharoor, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot are also in the race to become Congress President. Shashi Tharoor had even discussed the election process with Madhusudan Mistry. In this way, the tug of war over the post of Congress President has intensified.

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