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Deep Crisis to Resolve Soon

Deep Crisis to Resolve Soon
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As the Congress’ top dynamic body meets tomorrow, it will examine the issues brought up in a letter sent by in excess of 20 top pioneers to Sonia Gandhi, sources said. In the letter, the senior chiefs looked for a conversation with Sonia Gandhi over the administration issue, alluding to the inward emergency in Congress.

The Congress Working Committee (CWC), the gathering’s top dynamic body, will amass for a web-based gathering tomorrow, three weeks after a turbulent gathering saw pioneers conflict over the gathering’s political decrease.

What is in the letter?

 It is mentioned that the BJP is continuously moving forward, in the last elections, the youths strongly voted for Narendra Modi.  Serious concern has been raised about the Congress’s base shrinking and the confidence of the youth breaking.  It is being told that this letter sent about 15 days ago has given such an agenda of change, whose talk can touch the current leadership. 

These 3 demands should be mentioned-

 1. Leadership should be full time (full time) and effective, which should be active in the field.  Its effect was also seen. 

2. Congress Working Committee elections should be conducted. 

3. Institutional leadership mechanisms should be formed immediately so that guidance can be provided to rejuvenate the party.

Among the individuals who have marked the letter are individuals from parliament, previous leaders and boss pastors, and individuals from the CWC. The senior party pioneers have said they are discontent with “vulnerability” and “float” in the Congress. The letter requires a “fair contemplation”, “aggregate administration”, and stresses that the “youngsters are losing certainty” in the gathering.

On Monday, the Congress had rubbished a tweet by Sanjay Jha that said somewhere in the range of 100 Congress pioneers have written to Sonia Gandhi requesting an adjustment in the political initiative.

Mr Jha was sacked as representative of the Congress a month ago after he openly scrutinized the Congress in the unrest over Sachin Pilot’s revolt, which dove the Rajasthan government into an emergency.

The Congress claimed that the “non-existent letter” was an endeavor to occupy consideration from the Facebook contention and was being followed by “BJP numbskull”.

Toward the beginning of today, Mr Jha got out the Congress representative, Randeep Surjewala, in a tweet for considering him a “BJP numbskull”. Sources in the Congress, in any case, said Mr Jha’s most recent tweet is an endeavor to seize the Congress tomorrow.

A year back, a hesitant Sonia Gandhi assumed responsibility as the between time president after her child Rahul Gandhi stood firm on his choice to leave as Congress boss after the congress’ hopeless breakdown in the Lok Sabha political election for the second successive time.

Thunderings inside the Congress have become in the course of the most recent year with various pioneers – both senior and youthful – discontent with the manner in which it is being run and the absence of heading, party sources state.

As indicated by sources, Sonia Gandhi, 73, has clarified that she wouldn’t like to proceed particularly on account of her wellbeing. There is a solid chorale inside the gathering from those quick to see Rahul Gandhi return as Congress president and lead the congress.

 Who are signatories in the letter ? 

1. Ghulam Nabi Azad 2. Anand Sharma 3. Kapil Sibal 4. Manish Tiwari 5. Shashi Tharoor 6. Vivek Tankha 7. Mukul Wasnik 8. Jitin Prasad 9. Bhupendra Singh Hooda 10. Rajinder Kaul Bhattal 11. M Veerappa Moily 12. Prithviraj Chavan 13. PJ Kurian 14. Ajay Singh 15. Renuka Chaudhary 16. Milind Deora 17. Raj Babbar 18. Arvind  Singh Lovely 19. Kaul Singh Thakur 20. Akhilesh Pratap Singh 21. Kuldeep Sharma 22. Yoganand Shastri 23. Sandeep Dixit.

Written By Chanderveer Singh

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