Congress names observers for poll-bound states, accommodates dissenters

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    Congress names observers for poll-bound states, accommodates dissenters

    The Congress has changed the ‘G-23’ leaders and those who have been accommodated from the group consist of Mukul Wasnik and Veerappa Moily.


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    While Gohil has been spared his Bihar duty and a new in-charge selected but accommodating the dissenting leaders is a major signal from Sonia Gandhi who desired to take everyone along. (File image)

    Upgraded: Jan 6, 2021, 06: 45 PM IST

    The Congress has selected senior observers for supervising survey campaign management and coordination for the forthcoming Assembly elections in Assam, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and West Bengal.

    The list of the observers does not consist of Randeep Singh Surjewala and Avinash Pandey, who were in charge of the Bihar election and Sonia Gandhi has accommodated senior leaders for the task after a few of them composed a dissenting letter to the interim party chief in August.

    For West Bengal, former Congress General Secretary B.K. Hariprasad in addition to Jharkhand leader Alamgir Alam and Punjab Minister Vijay Inder Singla have been designated as observers while for Assam, Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, General Secretary Mukul Wasnik and Shakeel Ahmed Khan has actually beeen provided the task.

    For Tamil Nadu and Puducherry, Veerappa Moily and MM Pallam Raju, both previous Union ministers, and Nitin Raut a minister in Maharashtra federal government have been designated.

    While Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, former Goa CM Luizinho Felerio and G Parameshwara have actually been designated to manage the Kerala election.

    The Congress has actually adjusted the ‘G-23’ leaders and those who have been accommodated from the group include Mukul Wasnik and Veerappa Moily.

    In the current Bihar Assembly election, the party was routed and its alliance partner RJD attacked it for the poor show. After the Bihar election, many leaders blamed party observers Avinash Pandey, Randeep Singh Surjewala and Shakti Singh Gohil for overlooking the local leaders in the election affairs.

    The matter was raised throughout Sonia Gandhi’s meeting with senior leaders on December 19 and some leaders from Bihar desired Gohil to be held responsible for yielding good seats to survey partners and getting harder seats to contest.

    While Gohil has actually been relieved from his Bihar task and a brand-new in-charge appointed but accommodating the dissenting leaders is a significant signal from Sonia Gandhi who wanted to take everyone along.

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