- Rahul Gandhi called all the veterans of Bihar Congress to Delhi
- ‘Search operation’ started for new state president
- Agenda of Rahul Gandhi’s meeting still secret
The current president of Bihar Congress Madan Mohan Jha will complete his term in September. After that Bihar Congress will get a new president. But the round of speculation continues on who will be this president. Meanwhile, Rahul Gandhi has invited veterans of Bihar Congress to Delhi Durbar.
Rahul calls Bihar Congressmen to Delhi Durbar
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has summoned all Congress MLAs, former state presidents, present and former CLP leaders to Delhi in Bihar. According to sources, a meeting has probably been called on Wednesday to discuss the change in the state party leadership. A senior MLA said that he has received information in this regard from the party’s Bihar in-charge Bhakta Charan Das. He said that ‘all of us have been asked to reach Delhi by Tuesday or Wednesday morning for meeting with Rahul ji. There will be around 35 people.
Agenda of Rahul Gandhi’s meeting still secret
When asked about the agenda of the meeting, a senior MLA said, “We have not been told about it, but maybe it will be about changing the state president of the Congress.”
At the same time, Congress Legislature Party leader Ajit Sharma said that after the assembly elections, he had appealed to the party high command to meet Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi, but the meeting could not be held due to Kovid-19. According to him, ‘I am leaving for Delhi. We are excited to meet Rahul ji and we will implement all his instructions and strengthen Congress in Bihar.
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Anger over minority leadership
Meanwhile, AICC member Intekhab Alam has written a letter to party general secretary KC Venugopal on Monday complaining. He has written that minority leadership is being slaughtered in Bihar Congress and Muslim candidates are given tickets from seats where minority community population is less.
Alam said that regional parties are giving better representation to Muslims and this is helping them to perform better. In a part of Intekhab Alam’s letter, he has written that ‘It is a matter of great concern that the Congress did not field a single Muslim candidate in 34 districts in the 2005, 2010, 2015 and 2020 assembly elections. This gradually weakened the party and the minority leadership.