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Party insiders say that Mallikarjun Kharge’s dealing with the G23 members would indicate whether Gandhis acknowledge their role in ‘democratising’ the Congress. It would also be a reflection of Kharge’s ability to act as per his political instincts
The new Congress president is under hawkish scrutiny, from friends and foes alike, on how the Gandhis are treating him
The former Congress leader has stated that he will not mislead the people over the issue of Article 370 as only a government with a two-thirds majority in Parliament can ensure the restoration of the provisions
Shashi Tharoor is the latest name doing the rounds to replace Sonia Gandhi as the Congress president. However, loyalists of the family, including other probables like Ashok Gehlot and Mallikarjun Kharge, want Rahul Gandhi to take up the top post
Congress will not survive a 'puppet' president, elections at every level required, says Maharashtra former CM P Chavan
Senior Congress leader and a member of G-23 Prithviraj Chavan said that if Rahul Gandhi does not want to become the president, then alternative arrangements should be made and a new Congress president should be elected through elections
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Posting a photo with members of the political committee, set up Congress chief Sonia Gandhi, Tharoor said it was an excellent opportunity to catch up with party colleagues from across the country
In an interview, Sibal said 'the Gandhis should step aside and give some other leader a chance to lead the party'
The Congress lost Punjab to the AAP and could not win any of the four other states -- Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Goa and Manipur.
Congress G-23 leaders meet to introspect drubbing in Assembly results, likely to target party leadership
The leaders agreed that the party was staring at an “existential crisis” and it will sink further if credible corrective actions are not taken
Unlike the ad-hocism of the CWC meets, the BJP’s NEC meets have always seen major deliberations, discussions and have often been the venue or platform for imparting historic turns to the party
With all possibilities of a major structural and characteristic renovation that Rahul Gandhi’s July 2019 resignation suggested now ruled out, the Grand Old Party represents the order of feudal decadence in the political terrain
In her opening remarks at the CWC meeting, interim chief Sonia Gandhi said she is a full-time and hands-on party president and there is no need for leaders to speak to her through the media
Even though no date has been set, the sources said the CWC, the party's apex decision-making body, may meet this month to discuss the internal matters of the party.
In an apparent dig at Kapil Sibal and the G-23, Congress general secretary Tariq Anwar said it is amazing to see how some people's character can change so much in their "selfishness"
Salman Khurshid slams G-23, says reform not achieved by questioning something one has 'taken advantage of'
Days after Moily stressed the need for a 'major surgery' on the Congress to make it electorally more competitive, Khurshid said these 'wonderful phrases' are not the answer
The Congress had decided to hold elections for the new party president on 23 June after a section of leaders had last year pressed for an organisational overhaul
Addressing a meeting of the CWC, the Congress chief also targeted the Narendra Modi govt over the farmers' protest and said the three farm laws were "prepared in haste"
Congress to elect party president in June 'at any cost', says KC Venugopal after crucial CWC meeting
The CWC also passed three resolutions demanding a repeal of the three farm laws, a JPC probe into the Arnab Goswami WhatsApp chats and a free time-bound COVID-19 vaccination for the poor and oppressed sections of the society
One of the 23 senior Congress leaders to have sought urgent organisational reforms in Congress, Moily asserted Tuesday that they never questioned the interim Congress chief's leadership