Madhya Pradesh minister says Congress is weak, Jyotiraditya Scindia can give it strength
BHOPAL: The animal husbandry minister on Tuesday proposed the name of Congress leader Jyotiraditya Scindia as the next president of the PCC. But while supporting Scindia, he focused on the state Congress and his organization that is currently headed by the prime minister Kamal Nath .
We may have power in the state, but the organization is weak. It takes a lot of hard work to strengthen it. Whoever becomes the next president of the state Congress will have to work hard, said the minister. Then, the minister said that if Jyotiraditya Scindia is named, the organization of the party would be strengthened. Scindia is young. If he becomes the president of the state Congress, then the organization will gain strength, he said.
Lakhan Singh Yadav is a legislator in the seat of the Bhitarwar assembly in the Gwalior district and is known to belong to the Scindia faction. President of AICC Sonia Gandhi He is expected to appoint a new president of the state Congress soon. This would be the third attempt in the last six months to appoint a new head of PCC.
Reacting to the minister's statement, state Congress media department vice-president Abhay Dubey said, The Congress government is working diligently. And the party organization is gaining strength simultaneously. This has been recognized by chief minister Kamal Nath. The party's victory in assembly bypoll confirms that the organization is gaining strength. As far as appointment of state Congress president is concerned, that will be decided by the AICC president.