Congress plenary session: Former Congress Chief Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi are most likely to skip the Congress’ 85th plenary session which will begin in Raipur from today. The Gandhis will skip the meet to give free hand to Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge to make key decisions ahead of the 2024 Elections. However, they will attend the conclave later in which brainstorming for upcoming national polls will take place.
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Gandhis to miss Congress’ plenary session
Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi will not be attending the plenary session of their party. Reportedly, the Gandhis have taken this step to not to influence president Mallikarjun Kharge’s decisions ahed of General elections. They will, however, attend the brainstorming sessions as congress maps its strategies for the upcoming polls.
Around 15,000 delegates will attend the session that will focus on the success of Bharat Jodo Yatra, a massive cross-country foot march led by Congress MP Rahul Gandhi. The three-day session, which begins from today, will decide if elections are to be held for the top decision-making body or not.
Congress to hold polls for CWC?
Jairam Ramesh, Congress General secretary in-charge communications, on the possibility of holding polls for the Congress Working Committee (CWC) seats, said, “The steering committee will decide on it tomorrow. This matter will certainly come up during the steering committee meeting… I can’t say anything about it today.”
“But we are ready for the (CWC) polls, all preparations have been made. If the decision is in favour of the polls, then elections will take place,” Mr Ramesh said at a press conference.
On February 25 (Saturday), resolutions related to political, economic and international matters will be discussed and on February, he added.
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