Congress might have a new president by June this year

VN. Nadella

Congress might have a new president by June this year, it has been reported, after the Congress Working Committee (CWC) meet on Friday purportedly discussed the modalities related to much-awaited organisational elections, which are likely to be held around the end of May.

The grand old party's internal elections will also include the much-discussed post of the Congress Party President. In the CWC meet today, chaired by the party interim president Sonia Gandhi, the party reportedly held discussions on a slew of issues related to the elections.

According to sources cited by news agency ANI, Congress General Secretary KC Venugopal read out to Sonia Gandhi the schedule sent by the party's Central Election Authority, in which it was proposed that the elections should be held in May after the conclusion of the assembly polls.

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