Rahul Gandhi Takes the Train to Udaipur for 3 Days at Chintan Shivir -by Ecork

Rahul Gandhi left today for Udaipur to participate in the three-day Chintan Shivir.


A train loaded with Congress leaders and workers, led by Rahul Gandhi, has left today for Udaipur to take part in the three-day Chintan Shivir, where the all-important leadership issue and party roadmap for the coming days will be put up for discussion.

The huge meeting comes days after the party held intense discussions with election strategist Prashant Kishore, who made detailed presentations on reviving the party.

Several leaders acknowledge that the plans are good and there is much speculation about whether Congress will adopt any of the ideas.

Among Mr Kishore’s plans is the appointment of a non-Gandhi Labor Chief, who will deal with day-to-day issues while Sonia Gandhi remains the party chairperson. The plan is in line with the expected regulatory elections to be held later this year.

With a large section of Gandhi family loyalists hoping for Rahul Gandhi to formally return as party chief, and a section – including the G-23 – fighting for a non-Gandhi leader, discussions of the Chintan Shivir are expected to grab eyeballs. weekend.

“The fact that we are holding the chevre is in itself a message that the president of the conference means business,” senior party leader Randeep Surjwala said on Monday.

At Monday’s meeting of the Action Committee – the party’s highest decision-making body – Sonia Gandhi sent a clear signal to critics, saying that self-criticism is necessary in party forums but should not be done to undermine self-confidence and morale.

But she also cautioned that brainstorming sessions could become a ritual. She was determined that the next Chentan Shaffer should herald the restructuring of the organization and seek the cooperation of all leaders.

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