Sonia Gandhi seeks reports on situation in various states after meeting G-23 leaders

Congress chief Sonia Gandhi. File Photo PTI

Congress chief Sonia Gandhi. File Photo PTI

Congress interim President Sonia Gandhi, who plays taken a proactive part since the flag of revolt raised by the ‘G-23’ bunch against the party’s present means of working, has looked for reports from the General Secretaries and state in charges about the political circumstance in the states they handle, sources said.

A gathering of the party functionaries who have been given state-explicit obligations has been approached Saturday.

Gandhi, in front of the ‘Chintan Shivir’ (conceptualizing camp) proposed one month from now, needs these reports convenient and to advance an arrangement for the restoration of the party as she needs to come out and effectively include herself in the party working in wake of the grim exhibition in the most recent round of Assembly decisions.

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However the G-23 has not gotten serious about the two rounds of the gathering with the Congress President, first with its senior chief Ghulam Nabi Azad and second with Manish Tewari, Anand Sharma, and Vivek Tankha, sources say that the gathering is pushing for restoration of the parliamentary board and aggregate dynamic body, as opposed to giving clearing powers to specific people who have been losing political decision after races.

Connecting the dissenters by her gatherings with G-23 pioneers to examine the recommendations mooted by them, Gandhi is investing her best energy to place an assembled face in the party. She has additionally been fruitful in convincing the gathering not to push on the authority issue.

Azad, who hosted met the gathering boss on March 18, had said that there was no opening right now for the post of President, no one requested that she quit, and all need her to proceed.

The gathering has likewise separated himself from the perspectives on senior party pioneer and individual G-23 pioneer Kapil Sibal on initiative change. IANS

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