Next month, the Congress will elect a new president, but in the meanwhile, the party's own MPs are raising concerns about the election's procedures. Five members of Congress have voiced their concerns regarding the fairness and transparency of the presidential election. Those who have raised worry include Manish Tiwari, Shashi Tharoor, Karti Chidambaram, Pradyut Bordoloi, and Abdul Khaleque. Additionally, these MPs have sent a letter to Madhusudan Mistry, the head of the party's Central Election Authority.
Congress's Central Election Authority has received a letter from five of the party's Lok Sabha MPs expressing concern over the fairness and openness of the election of the party president. Congress leaders have urged chief Madhusudan Mistry to give the voting participants and possible candidates access to the list of electorate of the Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) before the nomination process starts.
Five Congress MPs have reportedly stated in a letter that the voters in the election for the position of President did not verify the electoral record in all 28 Congress State President (PCC) and 9 Union Territories, according to news agency ANI In the same letter, it is further stated that the voter and the candidate should be given a list that contains the names of the delegates and the electoral map of the PCC. By doing so, any type of excessive arbitrariness would be avoided. .