Top Stories

Gandhis offered to resign from Meet, as reported by NDTV

Congress leaders said Sonia Gandhi and her family members were ready to sacrifice their charges.

New Delhi:

Congress President Sonia Gandhi, in a speech to the top leaders yesterday, at a meeting to discuss the party’s recent election defeats, offered to resign along with the children of Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra.

Priyanka Gandhi is the general secretary of Uttar Pradesh, where Congress had no influence on the state elections. Congressman Rahul Gandhi has not been in office since he resigned as party leader after the 2019 national election defeat, but the shooting continues.

Ms. Gandhi presented her resignation offer as “a last sacrifice in the interest of the party,” according to party leaders.


Congress chief Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, who attended the congressional Labor Committee meeting, confirmed that this comment was made, and other sources in Congress spoke to NDTV after a meeting of the main decision-making body.

“Interim Congress President Sonia Gandhi told Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and her family members that they are ready to sacrifice their charges for the party, but we all rejected it,” Mr Chowdhury told ANI news agency.

On Saturday, the day before Congress convened, NDTV exclusively announced that Gandhi would offer to step down from leadership roles. This led to a strong denial by the party.

“The news of the alleged resignation on unnamed sources on NDTV is completely unfair, mischievous and misleading. It is unfair for a TV channel to broadcast such propaganda stories from imaginary sources,” a spokesman for Congress told the BJP government. Randeep Singh Surjewala tweeted.


However, NDTV’s exclusive report has been correct that many media outlets confirm that the party’s First Family said they would resign if the party believed this was in their favor.

ANI, citing unnamed sources, said Gandhis had offered to resign but the offer was unanimously rejected. The Hindus have also reported this.

When asked about this yesterday, Mr Surjewala’s response was deliberately ambiguous, although he did not deny it. “A lot of deliberations were done and they are not open to the media,” he said. In the end, it was decided that there would be “no murmurs against management” until the organization’s election.

Source link


Welcome to India's Largest news platform, I assure you that we daily update on Global news which helps you to grow your knowledge.

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Back to top button