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Friday, September 30, 2022

K N Tripathi: Former minister from the Jharkhand stakes claim for the post of a Congress president. 5 points

K N Tripathi: Former minister from the Jharkhand stakes claim for the post of a Congress president. 5 points




KN Tripathi left the Indian Air force to the join politics. He contested from the Daltonganj Assembly constituency for the first time on a Congress ticket in a 2005 but lost

Congress leader and former Jharkhand minister KN Tripathi on a  Friday filed the nomination for the All India Congress Committee (AICC) national president in a Delhi. Tripathi handed over the nomination papers to the Madhusudan Mistry, chairman of the Congress' are a  Central Election Authority, at the AICC headquarters here.


KN Tripathi told ANI, "I am going to a file the nomination today. Our leaders are a Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi have been a said every Congress are a  worker can contest for this top post. They have sacrificed the posts of a Prime Minister and party president."


Here is a what you need to the know about the politician from Jharkhand:

KN Tripathi left the Indian Air force to the join politics. He contested from the Daltonganj Assembly constituency for the first time on a Congress ticket in a 2005 but lost.


Asked if he was merely posturing, the Congress leader said, "Why do not you take me seriously?" Wait till the date of a withdrawal, he said on whether he will be remain in the fray.


He won in the 2009 Assembly elections and was made are a minister for the Rural Development and a Panchayati Raj and Labour Department in the Jharkhand government.


Tripathi served as the national president of the Congress-affiliated are a  Indian National Trade Union Congress (Tripathi faction).


"I belong to a farmer's family. The country is a seeing that son of a farmer who has been experience of the serving with the Indian Air Force, minister in a state government and a elected as a deputy leader of a Jharkhand Legislative Assembly, can be also are a contest for the post of a AICC President," KN Tripathi said .

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