Round of brainstorming in Congress on defeat
After the results of the five assembly elections, its side effects are now being seen. Kamal Nath in Madhya Pradesh, Bhupesh Baghel in Chhattisgarh and Ashok Gehlot in Rajasthan are facing questions. Congress party has faced a crushing defeat from BJP in these three states. Congress is now holding a review meeting on this defeat. During the review meeting on Rajasthan’s defeat on Saturday, Congress asked many tough questions to former Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot.
In the review meeting of Rajasthan, the Congress high command asked Ashok Gehlot that why did the party lose despite everything happening as per your instructions in the elections. The high command asked that earlier there was a plan to deduct 50 per cent of the tickets, but on your request only 20-25 per cent of the tickets were deducted. Despite this why did they lose?
What happened to Ashok Gehlot’s promises?
During the review meeting, the Congress high command told Ashok Gehlot that before the elections you had cited your popular welfare schemes. You had said that these schemes have a huge impact on the ground. On the basis of which it was promised that the Congress government would be repeated in the state. Therefore, when it came to distribution of tickets, your views were accepted. But now tell why despite all this there was defeat?
Rahul Gandhi was also present in the review meeting
This review meeting was called by Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge. At the All India Congress Committee headquarters in Delhi, the Congress Party held separate review meetings regarding the results of the assembly elections and the crushing defeat suffered by the Congress in them. Apart from Rahul Gandhi, many senior leaders of the Congress Party were present in this meeting.
In the results of the assembly elections declared on December 3, the Congress party had to face a crushing defeat. The Congress party had hoped to form the government in all these three states, but the party leaders were disappointed with the results. Congress had to be content with only 66 seats in Madhya Pradesh, 35 seats in Chhattisgarh and 69 seats in Rajasthan.
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