Rahul Gandhi angry with mutual confrontation in Congress, said – Finish election dispute

The ongoing confrontation within the party came to the fore again on Friday after the Congress Working Committee meeting. Angered by this, former Congress president Rahul Gandhi said that there is a need to end the dispute here by getting the organization elected. In fact, a confrontation situation arose during the CWC on Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot’s remarks.

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Gehlot’s statement derogatory

In fact, during the Congress Working Committee meeting, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said that he has been demanding organizational elections for the last few months, targeting many such leaders who wrote letters. Gehlot’s remarks were opposed by senior party leader Anand Sharma. He said it was a derogatory statement.

We respect everyone

Seeing the confrontation between Congress leaders, former party president Rahul Gandhi said that we respect everyone’s feelings. This issue should be eliminated by electing the organization.

What did Gehlot say

According to the information, Ashok Gehlot said in the meeting that not all of us have come here from the election in so many years but through the process of selection. Without naming any leader, Gehlot also said that only people living in the CWC without elections for years are demanding elections. Whereas there is a need to quit the mutual fight and fight the PM Modi-led BJP. The election issue should be left to the Congress President and he should be trusted.