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Congress Chief Clarifies His “Have not Met Rahul Gandhi In 4 Years” Comment


Prithviraj Chavan had stated social gathering management isn’t as accessible appropriately. (FILE)

Nashik (Maharashtra):

Congress chief Prithviraj Chavan on Saturday issued a clarification over his comment ‘have not met Rahul Gandhi within the final 4 years’.

The Congress G-23 group member stated, “He had resigned from his submit within the group…He is opposing Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his personal approach and going throughout the nation and overseas. Not crucial to fulfill him each time.”

Additional talking on it, the Congress G-23 group member stated, “There was COVID-19 for 2 years. No person met anybody throughout that time period. Even earlier than he resigned from his submit within the group, he used to inform us to fulfill Common Secretary for organization-related work.”

The previous Maharashtra Chief Minister earlier stated, “I’ve met Sonia Gandhi each time I sought time, however I’ve not been capable of meet Rahul Gandhi for a very long time….. I feel in 4 years…There’s a criticism that the social gathering management isn’t as accessible appropriately.”

Talking throughout Chintan Shivir at Udaipur not too long ago, Mr Chavan stated that its conduct itself has enabled the social gathering leaders from throughout the nation to assemble and share the problems pertaining to the group in varied states.

“The conduct of the Shivir in itself is large as a result of we couldn’t meet one another for 2 years. The highest Congress leaders from throughout the nation met and put ahead their views,” stated Mr Chavan.

Mr Chavan additionally emphasised the necessity for the social gathering to win the Meeting polls which can be lined up earlier than the graduation of the Lok Sabha polls in 2024.

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The ‘G-23’ — a gaggle of dissident leaders– is urgent for organizational reforms within the Congress, which has suffered back-to-back electoral setbacks previously few years.

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