Digvijaya Singh: Madhya Pradesh Congress president should be young of 22-26 yrs
1st September 2019
Bhopal, September 1, 2019 (Muslim Saleem): Former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh has started a new debate by hinting that the new president of the state Congress will be made a youth of 25-26 years. During a discussion with the media in Gwalior, when he was asked what should be the new president of the state Congress? Youth or any senior leader. Digvijay said- ‘You must have heard about Hong Kong, 22 and 26 year old boys are leading the movement … Tell who should be there.’ He said that on the day Soniaji decides, the president will be elected. The post is not empty yet. Kamal Nath is the chairman. Digvijay postponed the question of making himself the state president. When Cooperative Minister Dr. Govind Singh, who was present with Digvijay, was asked about the new chairman, he said that I would say that someone will make someone president. Democracy in the Congress is alive and every person has the right to speak. There is no slave in Congress. Here, Independent MLA Surendra Singh Thakur ‘Shera’ has also expressed his desire to become State President. He said that I am an MLA after defeating candidates of two parties. Scindia supporters should also be active The Gwalior Congress Committee sent a proposal for the name of Scindia to Delhi: His supporters were active throughout the day to hand over the command of the state president to Jyotiraditya Scindia. The Gwalior Congress Committee has sent a resolution in this regard to the party’s national president Sonia Gandhi. After Minister Imrati Devi, Pradyuman Singh Tomar, Transport Minister Govind Singh Rajput also said that Scindia is counted among the top leaders of the state. The decision of whether or not to become state president is to be taken by him and the party high command. As far as emotionalization of workers is a continuous process. This shows his attachment to the leader. Rajput said that the decision of the Speaker should be done quickly. The new president of the state should be young and energetic. Round of all day discussions in Delhi also attention to caste equations: In Delhi too, the President continued to have different discussions. The central leadership is trying to find a middle ground in the tussle between the big leaders for the post of president. During this time such names are also being discussed on which consensus should be formed. The caste equations are also being taken care of in this. Meanwhile, two-time former MP Gajendra Singh Rajukhedi has also come up for discussion.