New Delhi: At this time, the oldest political party in the country is going through a crisis. In the Lok Sabha elections, disappointment has taken place in the entire country, including Uttar Pradesh, which has become a ‘Civil War’ situation within the party. From Karnataka to Delhi and from Delhi to Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh, the state of chaos has emerged for the party.
After Rahul Gandhi’s resignation as Congress President, many big leaders have resigned from their posts so far. After seeing the defeat figures, Rahul Gandhi also raised questions about the working style of many veteran leaders. Since then, the resignation phase has begun.
Scindia gave up resignation
On Sunday, Congress general secretary Jyotiraditya Scindia resigned from his post. In the Lok Sabha elections, he resigned, taking the moral responsibility of the party’s poor performance in his constituency. Scindia tweeted that accepting the mandate and accountability, I handed my resignation to Rahul Gandhi as the General Secretary of the All India Congress Committee. I would be grateful for this responsibility to give me confidence and give me a chance to serve the party. Let us know that before this, Keshav Chand Yadav had resigned as the Youth Congress chief.