The Indian National Congress (INC) issued guidelines for the party presidential elections, scheduled on October 17. As per the guidelines, issued on October 3, any AICC general secretaries/In-charges, secretaries, joint secretaries, PCC presidents, CLP leaders, heads of frontal organisations, chiefs of departments, cells and all official spokespersons are not allowed to campaign for candidates, and if wishes need to resign first. Shashi… read-more
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Congress senior leader Ghulam Nabi Azad resigned from the party, hours after the Indian National Congress named Azad as the Jammu & Kashmir campaign head. The announcement of resignation came as a surprise for the INC leaders, especially after Ghulam Nabi Azad held conferences with President Sonia Gandhi and also participated in the Congress Gaurav Yatra, recently. However, an official word from the INC and Ghulam Nabi Azad is awaited.… read-more
PM Narendra Modi took a dig at the opposition Indian National Congress after Gandhi's conducted a black protest over various issues like unemployment, price rise and others. On August 10, Modi said, the opposition is trying to propagate "black magic". "Some people are resorting to black magic as they are immersed in despair & negativity. Their period of despair will end," said PM Modi. He added people will never trust them.
Congress Holds Nationwide Protests Against Inflation & Unemployment; Section 144 Imposed In New Delhi
The Congress party is holding nation-wide protests against unemployment and inflation, on August 5. The party in a statement, said that MPs from Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha are scheduled to hold a 'Chalo Rashtrapati Bhavan' from the parliament. Congress MP Rahul Gandhi is scheduled to make an addressing at the AICC headquarters in Delhi. Furthermore, section 144 has been imposed in New Delhi, with an exception for Jantar Mantar… read-more
Indian National Congress President Sonia Gandhi appeared before the Enforcement Directorate (ED) for second time, on July 26. The ED is interrogating Gandhi in connection with the National Herald News money laundering case. … read-more
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Indian National Congress President Sonia Gandhi will not appear before the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on June 8, confirmed Congress sources. Notably, ED issued a summon to Gandhi in a 2012 National Herald Newspaper, money laundering case for interrogation. However, recently, Sonia Gandhi tested positive for Covid-19, which is likely to be the reason, that she will not appear before the ED. Besides Sonia, Rahul Gandhi has also been summoned… read-more
Congress President Sonia Gandhi tested positive for Covid-19, on June 2. Party spokesperson Randeep Surjewala confirmed the same saying, that Gandhi developed a mild fever on June 1 evening and took Covid-19 test, and resulted positive. Furthermore, Sonia Gandhi has isolated herself as per medical advice. Sonia Gandhi tested positive for Covid-19, a day after ED summoned Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi for an alleged money laundering case.
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After rounds of talk and discussions, the Indian National Congress (INC) invited election strategist Prashant Kishor, but he has declined the offer. On April 26, Congress leader Randeep Surjewala tweeted, "Following a presentation & discussions with Sh. Prashant Kishor, Congress President has constituted an Empowered Action Group 2024 & invited him to join the party as part of the group with defined responsibility. He declined".
After the NDMC's encroachment drive in Jahangirpuri, a Congress delegation led by GS Ajay Maken on April 21, visited Jahangirpuri and met with the families, affected by the demolition drive. Notably, on April 20, the NDMC demolished properties at the clash hit Jahangirpuri area of North Delhi. Maken said, "We have come to Jahangirpuri to meet the victims. Police have been cooperative". Notably, SC issued stay-order for demolition.
Speculations of poll strategist Prashant Kishore's induction into the Indian National Congress (INC) is making rounds. In regard to this, interim president Sonia Gandhi will take the final decision, on whether Prashant Kishore will join Congress for the 2024 elections or not, on April 19. Furthermore, recently, on April 18, Kishore met with Gandhi at her residence in Delhi, and it was their third meeting in the past few weeks.