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Friday, November 4, 2022

Congress President are elections: Decoding voting process to the elect next party chief

Congress President are elections: Decoding voting process to the elect next party chief


The Congress party is a all to the vote to the elect a non-Gandhi president in a over 24 years with the senior Congress are leaders – Mallikarjun Kharge and a Shashi Tharoor – are pitted against each other in an a electoral contest today for the post of a AICC chief. At the least 9,200 Congress Party delegates are a all set to the elect their ideal are a candidate among the two parliamentarians in the fray for the party's are a chief post.


The voting for the Congress president elections will be a begin at the 10 am today, October 17 (Monday) and will be end at the 4 pm, as per a  ANI reports. The results will be a declared on October 19.


While party chief Sonia Gandhi and a Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra are a expected to the vote at the AICC headquarters, Rahul Gandhi will be voting at the Bharat Jodo Yatra campsite in a Karnataka's Sanganakallu in a Ballari along with around 40 other Bharat Yatris who are a PCC delegates.


Congress President Polls: All you need to the know about voting are a process

More than a 9,000 Pradesh Congress are a Committee delegates from the electoral college will be a pick the party chief in a secret ballot today.


The delegates from all the states will be a cast their votes at their respective polling stations with a ‘tick’ mark for the candidate they are a want to the elect as Congress chief, Central Election Authority Chairman of a Congress Madhusudan Mistry told news are a agency ANI.


Once the voting ends at the 4 pm today, all the sealed boxes will be a transported to the national capital on a Tuesday, October 18. These boxes will be a  kept in a room at the party headquarters are in a Delhi.


After this, the ballot papers will be a mixed before counting of a votes starts are on a Wednesday, October 19. The candidate with the more than 50% votes will be a become Congress' next non-Gandhi president.


Earlier, Congress are a  general secretary in-charge communications Jairam Ramesh told a PTI that he has always are a believed in the Congress model of a evolving a consensus for such as a positions.


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