Voting for the election of Congress president is over, the results will come on Wednesday

New Delhi : Voting for the election of Congress President has ended. Now the counting of votes will take place on 19th i.e. Wednesday. Voting for the post of Congress president took place today at the party headquarters in Delhi and more than 65 polling centers across the country. Elections for the post of President are being held for the sixth time in the 137-year history of the Congress. Voting was held today at the party headquarters in Delhi and at more than 65 centers across the country.
During the voting, Sonia Gandhi said in response to reporters’ questions, “I was waiting for this day for a long time”. Voting began at 10 am on Monday. Several leaders, including senior party leaders P Chidambaram and Jairam Ramesh, cast their votes. Chidambaram was the first to vote at the party headquarters. After him, party general secretary Ramesh, Ajay Maken and several others cast their votes.
Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot cast his vote for the post of Congress President at the Congress state office in Jaipur. Due to his closeness to the Gandhi family and the support of several senior leaders, Kharge is considered a strong contender for the post of party president. However, Tharoor is projecting himself as a strong candidate for a change in the party.
The last election for the post of Congress president was in 2000, when Jitendra Prasad suffered a crushing defeat at the hands of Sonia Gandhi. Sonia, Rahul and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra decided to stay out of the presidential race this time. Is. So that after a gap of 24 years someone outside the Gandhi family will take over this responsibility.


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