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Delhi Congress passes resolution asking Rahul to take charge of party



The Delhi Congress on Sunday unanimously passed a resolution asking Rahul Gandhi to take over as party chairman, Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee Chairman Anil Kumar said.

The resolution was made during a two-day Nav Sankalp Shivir,” he said.

The resolution said only a leader like Rahul Gandhi could further strengthen and rejuvenate the Congress in what he said was a difficult time for the party.

Congress candidate for Rajinder Nagar by-election, Prem Lata, also attended the Nav Sankalp Shivir, and it was decided that Congress workers from grassroots to top management will go to local people and speak out bad governance and corruption of BJP and Aam Aadmi Party governments to ensure his victory, Anil Kumar said.

He said it was gratifying to see that many senior leaders volunteered to man the stands and mobilize people’s support for the congressional candidate.

Apart from Kumar, Delhi Congress official Shaktisinh Gohil, former MPs Ramesh Kumar and Udit Raj, former Delhi ministers Haroon Yusuf, Dr Kiran Walia and Narendra Nath attended the event.

(Only the title and image of this report may have been edited by Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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