In a veiled signal to Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, who is in the race for the post of Congress President, senior leaders Rahul Gandhi He said that he hoped that the decision of one person, one post, taken at the Chintan Shivir in Udaipur, to the post of party chief would be respected.
Speaking at a press conference in Kerala on Thursday, he said the post of party president is not a post but a belief system that represents India. Asked what advice he would give to those contesting for the role of Congress president, he said: “The Congress president is not just an organization post, but an ideological post. Whoever becomes the Congress President must remember that he represents an idea, a belief system and represents the vision of India.
Earlier, when Gehlot was asked about the ‘one person, one post’ rule, he had said that it was applicable to posts on which one was nominated. “Here, it is an open election, anyone can contest, any of the 9,000 representatives, whether it is MP, MLA, minister or CM. Say, a state minister wants to contest elections, maybe he should remain a minister and become Congress president,” Gehlot had said.
Explaining the need for India pairing Travel What is currently passing through Kerala, Rahul Gandhi said, “We are fighting a machine that has taken over the institutional structure of this country, with unlimited money and the ability to buy, coerce and threaten people.” The result is what you have seen Goa,
He further added: “This visit is to tell the people of India that the hatred and violence that India is witnessing at present is not good for the country. Humility has always been the specialty of India and the present government has attacked it. There is a link between spreading hatred by BJP-RSS alliance, concentration of capital by a select few, gross unemployment rate and mass inflation spike. The people of India are beginning to feel it.”
when asked about Search Popular Front Of India Offices ,PFI) and by the NIA and ED in the homes of PFI state and district level leaders in 10 states, he said: “All forms of communalism must be countered, wherever they come from. There should be zero tolerance towards it.”