Tharoor reverses by challenging Kharge to debate
Tharoor reverses by challenging Kharge to debate: There is no ideological difference between us, we have to fight BJP, not among ourselves
Congress Presidential candidate Shashi Tharoor has turned away from the talk of public debate for the election. Now he has said that our competition is with the BJP, not with each other. Tharoor had challenged Mallikarjun Kharge, who is contesting for the post of president, to open debate a day earlier. Kharge had said that this is a family matter, we have to fight the BJP. On Monday morning, Tharoor said that I agree with Kharge Ji. There is no ideological difference between us.
Meanwhile, Congress Election Authority chief Madhusudan Mistry has issued guidelines to the party's national and state office bearers. According to this, the National General Secretary, State In-charge, Secretary, Joint Secretary, State President, Leader of the Party in the House, President of Frontal Organizations, Heads of Departments and Cells and Party Spokesperson, if they want to campaign for any candidate, then they must resign from the post first. Give.
Shashi Tharoor had said on Sunday that there should be a public debate among the candidates. People want to see such a debate and are ready for it. This will generate people's interest in the party in the same way as it was recently in the election of the leadership post of the Conservative Party in Britain. The Nehru-Gandhi family has and will always have a special place in the hearts of the members of the Congress Party.