Narottam Mishra's taunt on Congress's Chintan Shivir, will be worried about making Rahul Gandhi the President

Narottam Mishra's taunt on Congress's Chintan Shivir, will be worried about making Rahul Gandhi the President

Congress's three-day 'Chintan Shivir' is going on in Udaipur, Rajasthan, in which various issues of the country and the party are being discussed. This contemplation camp has started with the address of Congress President Sonia Gandhi. So at the same time, politics on Congress's Chintan Shivir is also intensifying. Madhya Pradesh Home Minister and senior BJP leader Narottam Mishra has taken a jibe at Congress's Chintan Shivir. Narottam Mishra said that this is not a 'Chintan Shivir' and 'Chinta Shivir' and there will be concern to save the party and make Rahul Gandhi the President again. Let us tell you that senior leaders of Madhya Pradesh are also attending the Congress's Chintan Shivir.

Narottam Mishra also gave a statement regarding the Gyanvapi Masjid case in Varanasi. Narottam Mishra said that whatever the truth is about the Gyanvapi Masjid, it should come in front of everyone. We should also know whether there is a temple or a mosque. He said that what is true must come. Whether it is Asaduddin Owaisi or other people, what is the anger and resentment in this. Along with this, he also attacked the Congress party for the murder of Kashmiri Pandit Rahul Bhat in Kashmir. He said that Rahul Gandhi, who called himself a Kashmiri Pandit, and his party are completely silent on the murder of Kashmiri Pandit Rahul Bhat. He claimed that the entire country is watching the appeasement policy and real character of Congress. 

Congress is considering making a system of 'one family, one ticket'

The Congress, which has often faced allegations of 'familyism', is now contemplating a system of one family, one ticket. However, if this proposal is approved, it will also have a provision that another member of a family will get the ticket only if he has worked for the party for at least five years. According to party general secretary Ajay Maken, a proposal of 'one family, one ticket' has come up for discussion in the Chintan Shivir. Before the start of the 'Navsankalp Chintan Shivir', he said that the Congress is looking towards a 'big change' and under this, 50 percent space for youth in various committees of the organization, formation of Mandal committees at the local level, functioning of office bearers Proposals to set up an assessment unit to review the assessment and to fix the arrangement of holding a post for not more than five consecutive years will be considered.

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