Rahul Gandhi appoints Ashok Gehlot, Sushil Kumar Shinde as Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh observers to elect leaders of the House
Congress President Rahul Gandhi appointed AICC General Secretaries Ashok Gehlot and Sushil Kumar Shinde as observers for the first Congress Legislature Party meetings in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh
New Delhi: Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Friday appointed AICC General Secretaries Ashok Gehlot and Sushil Kumar Shinde as observers for the first Congress Legislature Party meetings in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh, respectively, with a view to select the CLP leaders.
Gehlot would be assisted by former Union Minister Jitendra Singh in Gujarat, while former Maharashtra Minister Bala Saheb Thorat will assist Shinde in Himachal Pradesh.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) won both the states in the just-concluded assembly elections.
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