Congress party has taken a strict move after its vital defeat in general elections 2019. Following the stubborn step of its president Rahul Gandhi who is insisting to resign as party president, INC has decided not to send its spokespersons to TV channels.
After a bad performance in Lok Sabha Election 2019, Rahul Gandhi does not want to continue as party president, many of party’s well-wishers including RJD’s great leader Lalu Prasad Yadav have suggested Rahul not to quit. Lalu Prasad Yadav who in jail currently termed Rahul Gandhi’s resignation as suicide for the party. He said it will be a suicidal step for the party if Rahul steps down.
So now Congress party is facing a crisis over bad performances in its ruling state Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. The party is analyzing its mistakes during elections and trying to figure out the things that went wrong in Lok Sabha Election.
Randeep Singh Surjewala party’s media in charge announced the decision through his Twitter account. He said, “Congress has decided to not send spokespersons on television debates for a month.”
He also made a request to media channels to not try to invite any spokesperson for debate.
“All media channels/editors are requested to not place Congress representatives on their shows,” wrote Randeep Singh Surjewala on his twitter.
.@INCIndia has decided to not send spokespersons on television debates for a month.
All media channels/editors are requested to not place Congress representatives on their shows.
— Randeep Singh Surjewala (@rssurjewala) May 30, 2019
The decision came after the party could gain only 52 seats in the lower house of the parliament despite its all efforts and masterstroke slogan of “Chowkidar Chor Hai”. Even the party’s Nayay Scheme couldn’t satisfy the voters.
Party is taking strict steps to set future roadmaps so that it could improve in upcoming elections of Rajya Sabha. But for now, party president Rahul Gandhi is not listening to anyone, according to some sources Rahul Gandhi is likely to continue as party president for next two-three months but he is determined enough to quits afterwards.