The suspense remains in the Congress regarding the post of President. Who will be the candidate, who will get the command of the party, the stir has intensified regarding these questions. Meanwhile, after meeting Congress MP Rahul Gandhi, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has made it clear that he will contest the elections. Ashok Gehlot said that it has been decided that I will contest the elections.
With the announcement of contesting the elections, it has also been made clear that he is going to leave the post of Rajasthan CM. He said that one person will leave the post of Rajasthan CM under one post. Sonia Gandhi and the state in-charge will decide who will get the command next. Let us tell you that Ashok Gehlot is now believed to be the president. Apart from Gehlot, Shashi Tharoor, Manish Tewari and some other leaders are also standing in the race for the claim, but Gehlot is being considered as the biggest contender. Ashok Gehlot can file his nomination on September 24.
Congress President Sonia Gandhi had called Shashi Tharoor to meet her. It was clearly told to him that in the election for the post of President, he and MP Rahul Gandhi and Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi will not contest all three elections. They are not interested in it. The election of the party will be held in a democratic and transparent manner. Tharoor is free if he wants to contest for the post of president. After this Sonia Gandhi also called Ashok Gehlot. When Ashok Gehlot was in Delhi, then Sachin Pilot was in India Jodo Yatra with Rahul Gandhi.
The Congress President also discussed the latest situation of politics with Ashok Gehlot for about two hours. He also clarified the situation regarding the President and said that no one from the Gandhi family will contest for the post of President. Ashok Gehlot met Sonia Gandhi and left a suspense and went to join Rahul Gandhi's India Jodo Yatra. Ashok Gehlot said that if the people of the party want, he will contest for the post of president. But first he will convince Rahul Gandhi for this post. Together, Gehlot said that the principle of one person, one post does not apply to a person elected to the post of president in the party.