New Delhi. The day of nomination for the post of Congress President has come to a close. From September 24, Congress leaders will be able to fill the form for the election of the president of the country’s oldest party. On Monday i.e. last night it was reported that Congress working president Sonia Gandhi has said that the president of the party will not be from the Gandhi family. It was also reported that Congress MP Shashi Tharoor and Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot would contest for the post of president, but a Facebook post by Rahul Gandhi again heated up the market for discussion. In this Facebook post made with a photo of the boat race in Kerala, Rahul wrote, ‘When the boat gets stuck in the middle of the middle, then the rudder has to be taken in your hands. Will not stop, will not bow down, will unite India.
In this post of Rahul, there is talk of India Jodenge, which is telling about his ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’. Then what has been said at the beginning of this post about taking the boat stuck in the middle and taking the rudder in your hands, what is it pointing towards? This question is because there is no point in taking the boat and rudder stuck in the middle of the India Jodo Yatra. Let us tell you that the Congress committees of 7 states have also passed a proposal to make Rahul Gandhi the party president again. Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot is among the most vocal voices for making Rahul the Congress President. The Congress Committee of his state has also passed this resolution. Then there is the news that Gehlot will also contest the election of Congress President.
So is everything happening for show? Is it already decided that Rahul Gandhi will be elected Congress President once again? And if this happens, will the Congress see a new crowd of angry leaders again? The questions are many. Those whose answers are expected to be received after the results of the elections on October 17. At present, the names of Shashi Tharoor and Ashok Gehlot are going ahead. All eyes are on whether one of these two takes the rudder of a boat stuck in Congress’s rut, or it is Rahul Gandhi who does it in the end.