Recently, when Prashant Kishore announced not to go to Congress, it was said that the party was not ready for a change and that is why the order was not made. Prashant Kishore himself also tweeted and said that Congress needs stronger leadership and collective will from me. Although Congress has not discussed much about the change, the decisions made in the past few days and the preparation of the Chintan Shivir made it clear that the internal leadership is busy reforming the party. On the one hand, after the Chintan Shivir, Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi will address a public meeting of five people at Baneshwar Dham in Banswara.
From Baneshwar Dham will give a sign to walk the Hindutva Road
Here 5 lakh can participate in the rally. Not only this, the two leaders can also unlock some new projects built in Shiva’s Dham. It is believed that by visiting Baneshwar Dam, Congress wants to strongly signal that it also cares about the interests and feelings of Hindus. Through this, it also wants to end the allegations of appeasement of Muslims by the BJP. Let us tell you that even in Ramadan, you are seen far from Iftar parties. The same effort is believed to be behind this as well.
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In preparation for social engineering many departments will get a share in the party?
Not only that, the biggest effort is social engineering. The biggest problem for Congress is that it can’t say which section will get a one-time vote. To get out of such a situation, Congress began brainstorming about making reservations about the OBC, Dalit, and minority leaders within the party. Suggestion in this regard can be made at Chintan Shivir in Udaipur. If this happens it will be a new experience in Indian politics. Congress has already experimented with women in UP and in the elections, it has caused a stir by awarding 40 percent of tickets to women.
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Changes have been made from Himachal to Madhya Pradesh
In the past few days, the Congress has made major changes in Himachal Pradesh, Haryana and Madhya Pradesh. In Himachal Pradesh, two different factions were brought together by the high command and a balance of power was established. While honoring Virpadra Singh’s legacy, Pratibha Singh was appointed chief of the state, while Sukhwinder Singh Sukho, the leader of his opposition faction, was tasked with leading the campaign committee. At the same time, in Haryana, Dalit chieftain Udibhan was appointed head of the state by making his own community, and Bhupinder Singh Hooda was also respected. Udaybhan is counted among those close to Houda. At the same time, Kamal Nath, who has been opposition leader and head of state in Madhya Pradesh for a long time, has resigned from the position of head of the state Congress.