New Delhi: A ay after Congress’ chief spokesperson Randeeep Singh Surjewala mentioned an awesome majority of 99.9% leaders and staff wished Rahul Gandhi to return because the social gathering president, the difficulty echoed at a vital assembly on Saturday with dissenters reiterating that that they had no drawback with him taking the reins of the organisation.
Addressing reporters after a assembly known as by Congress president Sonia Gandhi to resolve the inner disaster, senior social gathering functionary Pawan Kumar Bansal mentioned nobody within the social gathering, together with the dissenters, has any drawback with Rahul Gandhi’s management.
“Everyone is of the view that the party needs Rahul Gandhi’s leadership. There was no criticism and everyone supported him,” he added.
A Congress functionary, asking to not be named, mentioned the assembly noticed senior leaders resembling AK Antony, Ashok Gehlot, Harish Rawat, Ambika Soni, Ajay Maken and Bhakta Charan Das urging Rahul Gandhi to return to go the social gathering and take again the resignation he gave on May 25 following the loss within the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
But, the functionary added, Rahul Gandhi informed the leaders that it isn’t about him turning into the social gathering president however about rebuilding the establishment and strengthening the social gathering.
Rahul Gandhi mentioned he was prepared to just accept no matter accountability the social gathering assigned him however urged them that it could not be acceptable to intrude within the ongoing electoral course of.
When Leader of the Opposition within the Rajya Sabha Ghulam Nabi Azad and his letter-writer colleagues talked concerning the outdated versus younger divide within the social gathering, Rahul Gandhi mentioned he valued the seniors, a lot of whom have been introduced in by his father and colleagues of his mom.
Meanwhile, the Congress on Saturday appointed Ashok Arjunrao Jagtap as the brand new president of the Mumbai Regional Congress Committee (MRCC), the social gathering mentioned in a press release.