Congress appointed 77 blocks, 176 circle presidents; District presidents may be announced soon

Congress appointed 77 blocks, and 176 circle presidents: the appointment was not done for two and a half years, district presidents may be announced soon

Jan 29, 2023 - 22:29
Congress appointed 77 blocks, 176 circle presidents; District presidents may be announced soon

With the beginning of the election year in Rajasthan, the Congress party has come into full active mode. On Sunday, State Congress President Govind Singh Dotasara appointed 77 block presidents as well as 176 divisional presidents. In which an attempt has been made to accommodate all the camps. At the same time, along with the appointment of block president and divisional president, almost agreement has been reached on the names of district presidents as well. In such a situation, soon after getting approval from the high command, the list of district presidents can also be issued. Today, on behalf of the Pradesh Congress Committee, 4 blocks in Ajmer, 12 in Alwar, 2 in Bandra, 2 in Barmer, 6 in Bharatpur, 2 in Bhilwara, 2 in Bikaner, 2 in Bundi, 4 in Chittorgarh, 4 in Churu, 4 in Dhaulpur 4, 4 in Ganganagar, 4 in Hanumangarh, 5 in Jaipur, 8 in Jalore, 2 in Jhunjhunu, 4 in Karauli, 6 in Sikar have been appointed block presidents.
Rajasthan Congress Party was to appoint 400 block presidents across the state. Out of these, 312 block presidents have been announced so far. At the same time, 88 posts are still running vacant. Whose list is likely to come by the first week of February.
After Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa became the in-charge of the Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee, 4 lists of block presidents have been issued so far. Of these, the first list of 100 block presidents was released on January 4. After this, the list of 88 and then 47 block presidents was released. And today 77 block presidents have been appointed.
Let us tell you that Chintan Shivir was organized by the Congress party in Udaipur last year. It was decided to make all the appointments of the organization in 3 to 6 months. But even after more than 8 months have passed, the Congress party is proving to be a laggard in making organizational appointments.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer