Will Congress make Gandhi family's loyalist 'Kamal Nath' party's national president?

New Delhi: Who will be the next national president of the Congress? This is a question in response to which many types of speculations have been made for a long time. In fact, Rahul Gandhi's reluctance to take charge of the party has made this question even more complicated. It was believed that Rahul would lead the Congress again, but experts say that Rahul does not seem very excited about it.

Rahul Gandhi resigned from the post of Congress chief after the humiliating defeat in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Since then, Sonia Gandhi has been holding this responsibility as interim president. Honest to Rahul and some senior leaders of the party say that he should take over the post of president again. A soft of pressure is also being put on Rahul regarding this. These people do not agree with the idea of giving the post of Congress president to someone from outside the Gandhi family.

At the same time, the name of Madhya Pradesh party chief Kamal Nath is said to be ahead of the non-Gandhi leader of the Congress, who is in the race for the post of president. According to media reports, Nath, who has been a loyalist of the Gandhi family since the time of former PM Indira, was also contacted about it, but he refused to do so. He wants to increase his activism in Madhya Pradesh itself. Some Congress leaders are also saying that a Dalit face should be brought forward for the post of party president. If this happens, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra's name may be left behind.

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