Here on Tuesday, a critical meeting of the CWC started with discussions on the weak results of the Congress in recent Assembly polls and elections for the next leader of the Group.
Party leader Sonia Gandhi said, addressing the conference: “The outcomes of recent Assembly pollings have been discussed at this CWC meeting. Our substantial setbacks have to be taken into account. It’s an underestimation to claim we are profoundly unhappy.”
“I plan to set up a small commission to examine any part of the reversal and return quite rapidly. We must explain quite frankly why the current regimes were not dislodged in Kerala and Assam and why we drew a full blank in West Bengal.
This is going to provide unpleasant teachings, so once we face the truth and see the evidence, we’re not going to take the best lessons; “She said. – She said.
“I would like your advice on another critical matter. As we met on 22 January, we agreed to conclude the procedure by the end of June for the election of a Congress president. Madhusudan Mistri, President of the elections authority, has drawn up a timetable. After our conversation on Covid-19 and election outcome, Venugopal will read it to you “There was a mistake.
General Secretaries — Dinesh Gundurao for Tamil Nadu & Puducherry, Tariq Anwar for Assam, and Jitin Prasada for West Bengal— to make presentations. The Secretaries-General are the first to talk.
“Finally, the election of the next head of the Congress can be discussed,” Gandhi said.