New Delhi: The Congress is pushing ahead with changes in its hierarchical initiative after the previous gathering with the protesters with an upgrade in administration in four states – Telangana, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra.
Up until now, Telangana Congress President Uttam Kumar Reddy has surrendered assuming liability for terrible showing in Hyderabad neighborhood surveys. Gujarat Congress President Amit Chavda has additionally surrendered after the gathering’s terrible showing in Gujarat by surveys.
Previous Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath, who is the state party president, additionally holds CLP pioneer’s post. Mr Nath was said to assume a critical part in achieving the top authority’s gathering with G-23 – as the dissidents who sounded the main note of dissidence have been named.
On Saturday, the Congress had made changes in Mumbai Regional Congress Committee. Balasaheb Thorat, who is the Maharashtra Congress president, is likewise the head of Maharashtra Congress Legislature Party
The gathering’s interval president Sonia Gandhi has designated three All-India Congress Committee (AICC) secretaries each for Assam and Kerala, where Assembly surveys are expected right on time one year from now.
The recently selected secretaries will help the overall secretaries responsible for the two states – Jitendra Singh for Assam and Tariq Anwar for Kerala.
Recently, Sonia Gandhi, her child Rahul Gandhi and little girl Priyanka Gandhi Vadra met the Congress protesters in a first of a progression of gatherings to be held throughout the following 10 days. The gathering was the initial move towards compromise following quite a while of inner fight over the administration issue.
While the top administration consenting to hold hierarchical decisions – the Working Committee is to accept the last call – Rahul Gandhi’s assertion at the gathering that he is “prepared to work for the gathering as all longing” is viewed as a sign of his return as the gathering boss.
On Friday, top Congress representative Randeep Surjewala said “99.9 percent” pioneers in the Congress needed Rahul Gandhi to return as the Congress boss. The nonconformists, be that as it may, had stayed firm on holding decisions for each post start to finish.
In August, a gathering of 23 pioneers had composed a touchy letter, highlighting the float in gathering authority and said they needed a full-time, “dynamic and noticeable initiative” and aggregate dynamic.
Throughout the most recent couple of years, the Congress has endured various appointive annihilations and has even observed states where it shaped governments – Karnataka and Madhya Pradesh – sneak out of hold.