During the Punjab MPs meeting with Sonia Gandhi, she was given the feedback that the party lost due to mismanagement, particularly by in charges of the party. In Uttar Pradesh, the party did not have high expectations but was confident of a respectful performance.
Niranjan Patnaik hailed the move of the party president seeking resignation for poor performance in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Goa, and Manipur as exemplary step.
The CWC statement said that the recent Assembly election results of five states are a cause of serious concern for the Indian National Congress.
New Delhi: Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi is likely to get the major responsibility of reviving the party in Uttar Pradesh where it could secure just one out of 80 seats in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, party sources said. “Priyanka Gandhi can be made the in-charge of entire Uttar Pradesh, keeping an eye on […]
New Delhi: Amid the unease in the Congress against the current drift, Rahul Gandhi has remained firm on not having a member of the party’s first family as the working president despite growing voices in support of Priyanka Gandhi to take over. As the joust between an adamant old guard and a defiant young turks […]
New Delhi: Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Thursday said that he will not participate in the process of electing a new chief for the country’s oldest political party. Speaking to media persons in Parliament, Gandhi said: “I will not participate in the process of electing the new President as it will make things more complicated.” […]
Bhubaneswar: Odisha Pradesh Congress Committee (OPCC) has formed six teams to analyse and find out the reasons behind Congress’ poll debacle in the recently concluded 2019 election. After the first meeting of Odisha Congress’ fact-finding team held here on Saturday, party MLA Narasingha Mishra said that the post-mortem report of the party’s poll debacle will […]
Bhubaneswar: Termed as the worst performance of the party since Independence, Odisha Congress lost its principal opposition tag after its drubbing defeat in the recently concluded 2019 elections. These are now testing times for the Congress while the top leadership is indicating towards a massive restructuring of the grand old party in the State. Party’s […]
Bhubaneswar: Amidst the ongoing war of words between senior leaders of the Odisha Congress, the party’s top leadership will meet on May 30 to review the 2019 poll debacle. All eyes would be on the upcoming meeting as AICC general secretary and in-charge of Odisha Jitendra Singh and senior Congress leader of Chhattisgarh TS Singhdeo […]
Bhubaneswar: Not only saving its bastions, but Congress seems to be now struggling to save its base in Odisha as it lost the principal opposition status after party’s poor performance in the recently-concluded general elections. The grand old party could only win nine Assembly seats in Odisha. Taking moral responsibility of party’s drubbing defeat; Odisha […]