Big news about Congress President election, G-23 faction does not agree on Tharoor's name, this leader's name came to the fore

Big news about Congress President election, G-23 faction does not agree on Tharoor's name, this leader's name came to the fore

There is a lot of stir in Congress before the election of the President. Now it is being told that the angry G-23 faction of Congress is not unanimous about the post of president. Earlier it was said that Shashi Tharoor is being contested for the president's election on behalf of this faction, but now information has come to the fore that there has been no discussion of Tharoor's name. Tharoor himself decided to file a nomination. Not only this but instead of Tharoor, Congress MP Manish Tewari can be fielded from the G-23 group.

Tiwari can fill out the form
According to information received from Congress sources, Manish Tewari is taking advice from political allies to contest the elections. If there is enough support, Tiwari can fill the post of president. Let us tell you that only two out of 8 MPs of the Punjab Congress reached the Punjab Congress meeting yesterday. In this meeting, a resolution was passed to make Rahul the president.

Shashi Tharoor took information about the election
Congress leader Shashi Tharoor is also already preparing to contest the election for the post of party president, in this sequence, he met the head of the party's Central Election Authority Madhusudan Mistry, and inquired about the process of nomination. Mistry said that Tharoor met him and got information about the electoral college list, election agent, and the process of nomination. He said, “Tharoor will send someone of his to collect the nomination form on September 24. He left here satisfied.

The notification for the election of the Congress President has been issued today i.e. on 22nd September and the process of filing nomination will run from 24 to 30 September. The last date for withdrawal of nominations is October 8. In case of more than one candidate, voting will be held on October 17 and the results will be declared on October 19.

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