Congress committee – Congres IPS http://congresips.com/ Fri, 20 May 2022 16:49:21 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9 https://congresips.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/default-120x120.png Congress committee – Congres IPS http://congresips.com/ 32 32 General secretary of Ernakulam district congress committee joins leftist camp https://congresips.com/general-secretary-of-ernakulam-district-congress-committee-joins-leftist-camp/ Thu, 19 May 2022 14:22:00 +0000 https://congresips.com/general-secretary-of-ernakulam-district-congress-committee-joins-leftist-camp/ The Left Democratic Front (LDF) was shot in the arm on Thursday when Mr. B. Muraleedharan, Secretary General of the Ernakulam District Congress Committee (DCC) and three-time councilor representing Vennala and Padivattom in the Kochi Corporation, broke his ties to Congress and announced that he would work for the victory of the Left Front candidate […]]]>

The Left Democratic Front (LDF) was shot in the arm on Thursday when Mr. B. Muraleedharan, Secretary General of the Ernakulam District Congress Committee (DCC) and three-time councilor representing Vennala and Padivattom in the Kochi Corporation, broke his ties to Congress and announced that he would work for the victory of the Left Front candidate in the Thrikkakara by-election.

Mr. Muraleedharan had previously expressed his difference of opinion with the Congress leadership over the way the selection of candidates was carried out for the by-election. “There was no consultation or discussion. The announcement was made on the eve of a scheduled meeting at DCC to discuss the bid,” he said. The Hindu.

The Congress leadership, in particular opposition leader VD Satheesan, displayed an anti-democratic approach, he alleged.

Mr Muraleedharan said he had in the past opposed in party forums the candidacy of PT Thomas as well as Thrikkakara because there was no need to replace then-incumbent lawmaker Benny Behanan. Despite this, he worked for the party’s candidate victory and shared a bond with the late Thomas and his family. But the late lawmaker was not even available in the constituency, he said, adding that more congressional workers would join the left in the coming days.

Responding to the development, Mr Satheesan said Mr Muraleedharan had worked for Congress until the other day. “When Oommen Chandy was here the day before, he went to meet him. It seems that an intermediary took him to the left camp. In hindsight, he was responsible for the loss of five UDF divisions in the City Corporation,” Mr Satheesan said.


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Ernakulam district congress committee general secretary joins leftist camp https://congresips.com/ernakulam-district-congress-committee-general-secretary-joins-leftist-camp/ Thu, 19 May 2022 14:22:00 +0000 https://congresips.com/ernakulam-district-congress-committee-general-secretary-joins-leftist-camp/ The Left Democratic Front (LDF) was shot in the arm on Thursday when Mr. B. Muraleedharan, Secretary General of the Ernakulam District Congress Committee (DCC) and three-time councilor representing Vennala and Padivattom in the Kochi Corporation, broke his ties to Congress and announced that he would work for the victory of the Left Front candidate […]]]>

The Left Democratic Front (LDF) was shot in the arm on Thursday when Mr. B. Muraleedharan, Secretary General of the Ernakulam District Congress Committee (DCC) and three-time councilor representing Vennala and Padivattom in the Kochi Corporation, broke his ties to Congress and announced that he would work for the victory of the Left Front candidate in the Thrikkakara by-election.

Mr. Muraleedharan had previously expressed his difference of opinion with the Congress leadership over the way the selection of candidates was carried out for the by-election. “There was no consultation or discussion. The announcement was made on the eve of a scheduled meeting at DCC to discuss the bid,” he said. The Hindu.

The Congress leadership, in particular opposition leader VD Satheesan, displayed an anti-democratic approach, he alleged.

Mr Muraleedharan said he had in the past opposed in party forums the candidacy of PT Thomas as well as Thrikkakara because there was no need to replace then-incumbent lawmaker Benny Behanan. Despite this, he worked for the party’s candidate victory and shared a bond with the late Thomas and his family. But the late lawmaker was not even available in the constituency, he said, adding that more congressional workers would join the left in the coming days.

Responding to the development, Mr Satheesan said Mr Muraleedharan had worked for Congress until the other day. “When Oommen Chandy was here the day before, he went to meet him. It seems that an intermediary took him to the left camp. In hindsight, he was responsible for the loss of five UDF divisions in the City Corporation,” Satheesan said.


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Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee to appoint workers under 50 to half of district executive posts : The Tribune India https://congresips.com/rajasthan-pradesh-congress-committee-to-appoint-workers-under-50-to-half-of-district-executive-posts-the-tribune-india/ Tue, 17 May 2022 05:26:00 +0000 https://congresips.com/rajasthan-pradesh-congress-committee-to-appoint-workers-under-50-to-half-of-district-executive-posts-the-tribune-india/ PTI Jaipur, May 17 In accordance with the resolutions passed during the ‘Nav Sankalp Shivir’ of the Congress party, Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) has decided to appoint workers under the age of 50 to half of the posts in district cadres. CCP Chairman Govind Singh Dotasara has instructed the party’s district chairmen […]]]>


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Jaipur, May 17

In accordance with the resolutions passed during the ‘Nav Sankalp Shivir’ of the Congress party, Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) has decided to appoint workers under the age of 50 to half of the posts in district cadres.

CCP Chairman Govind Singh Dotasara has instructed the party’s district chairmen in this regard.

They were told that 50% of the proposed district executive positions will be awarded to congressional workers under the age of 50.

In addition, OBC workers, minorities, scheduled castes and tribes, and women will be adequately represented.

He asked district presidents to submit proposals to the CCP within three days.

However, in many districts, the posts of district party presidents have been vacant for a long time. The party had made several appointments, including that of district presidents, in 13 districts last December.

The three-day Nav Sankalp Shivir of All India Congress Committee recently concluded in Udaipur.

During the Shivir, the Congress decided that half of its tickets would be given to people under 50 and that the retirement age would be set for members of parliament, state legislatures and other elected positions.



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After Sunil Jakhar’s resignation, focus on loopholes in Punjab Congress committee https://congresips.com/after-sunil-jakhars-resignation-focus-on-loopholes-in-punjab-congress-committee/ Sun, 15 May 2022 21:28:46 +0000 https://congresips.com/after-sunil-jakhars-resignation-focus-on-loopholes-in-punjab-congress-committee/ With Veteran Congress Leader Sunil Jakhar left the party on Saturday, the existing flaws in the Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee (PPCC) were once again exposed. Former State Congress Speaker Navjot Singh Sidhu came out in support of Jakhar shortly after the former CCP chairman announced his decision in a Facebook live stream, while the current […]]]>

With Veteran Congress Leader Sunil Jakhar left the party on Saturday, the existing flaws in the Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee (PPCC) were once again exposed. Former State Congress Speaker Navjot Singh Sidhu came out in support of Jakhar shortly after the former CCP chairman announced his decision in a Facebook live stream, while the current the party’s head of state, Amrinder Singh Raja Warring, lashed out at him.

Calling Jakhar “an asset worth its weight in gold”, Sidhu tweeted on Saturday: “Congress should not lose #suniljakhar… This is an asset worth its weight in gold… Any difference can be resolved on the table”.

Dalit Congress leader and former lawmaker Raj Kumar Verka – who first publicly criticized Jakhar and called for his expulsion, before reversing his position and calling for unity – said the former leader’s resignation of the CCP was a “sad day” for the party. “As a true soldier of Congress and Rahul Gandhi I will only say one thing that on one side the Chintan Shivir is going on in Udaipur, all top Congress leaders must do ‘chinta’ on Congress assets coming to an end.”

But Warring, Sidhu’s successor, said Jakhar was kicked out of the party because of “savage and unsubstantiated allegations against the party which gave so much to him and his family”.

Acting Punjab Congress Speaker and former Minister Bharat Bhushan Ashu said, “There is no doubt that all (Congress members) regard him (Jakhar) as a good person. But today the Congress party needs discipline. If a party leader has a grudge against another party leader, this should be conveyed on the party platform. Even if you want to leave the party, it should be done in a respectful manner.

Criticizing the veteran leader, a senior congressional official said, “He (Jakhar) has never been kind to anyone. While he was the head of the CCP, he did not go to the local level and did not organize any mass contact program. Someone told him from Delhi that many leaders in Punjab were in favor of him (like the face of CM) and he made a problem out of it. I don’t know what his plans are, but I’m sure not a single person will support him or accompany him wherever he goes.

The rise and fall of Jakhar

Jakhar was 48 when he entered the ballot box in the 2002 assembly elections. His father Balram Jakhar is the longest serving president of the Lok Sabha, served as governor of Madhya Pradesh and was close to the Gandhi family.

Sunil Jakhar has been called a reluctant politician, but managed to make people sit up and take notice because he didn’t dress like a career politician or talk like one. He fought for and won elections in his family’s pocket borough of Abohar and repeated the feat in 2007 and 2012.

Between 2012 and 2017, he was the Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly. He suffered a surprise defeat in the 2017 Assembly polls at the hands of a local BJP councilor, but managed to bounce back by getting elected to the Lok Sabha that year from Gurdaspur in a by-vote returned. necessary by the death of actor-turned-politician Vinod Khanna. He lost to Gurdaspur in the 2019 parliamentary election to BJP’s Sunny Deol.

Following the decline of his electoral fortunes, Jakhar’s position in Congress became precarious. Ahead of the Punjab elections, Jakhar said the Congress leadership did not choose him as the main ministerial face because he is Hindu and, following the polling debacle, called the former chief minister Charanjit Singh Channi of responsibility. Last month, the party’s disciplinary committee issued a show cause notice to him saying he was accused of making “disparaging statements against congressional leaders and also attributed grounds for the leadership to think along lines.” communities while deciding the direction of PLC Punjab”.

Jakhar also got in trouble with the National Scheduled Caste Commission, which ordered Jalandhar police to register an FIR against him for allegedly making objectionable comments about Dalits in a TV interview. Although Jahkhar did not name anyone, his remarks were interpreted as targeting Channi.

Jakhar did not respond to the party’s show cause notice, saying that instead of making it a “public show,” senior congressional leaders should have spoken to him.

Although he has held no position in the organization, the party last month stripped him of all positions for not moving from his position. “That’s what afflicts Congress,” Jakhar said Saturday. I don’t know the AAP, but the Punjab Congress has been demolished by party leaders sitting in Delhi who know nothing about Punjab, Punjabia and Sikhism.

Wishing the party “goodbye and good luck”, Jakhar questioned party chair Sonia Gandhi’s modus operandi and advised her to beware of “sycophants”. To revive the party, he called on Gandhis to “lead by order” instead of being “misled” by those who “do not know the realities on the ground in Punjab”.

Lashing out at senior Congress leader and Sonia adviser Ambika Soni, Jakhar said she was a “stain on Punjab, Sikhs and Sikhs” and “defamed and insulted the Hindu community” by creating a narrative that “Punjab will be on fire if a Hindu becomes prime minister”.


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State Congress Committee offers condolences on passing of Pandit Sukhram https://congresips.com/state-congress-committee-offers-condolences-on-passing-of-pandit-sukhram/ Wed, 11 May 2022 09:26:00 +0000 https://congresips.com/state-congress-committee-offers-condolences-on-passing-of-pandit-sukhram/ State Congress Committee offers condolences on passing of Pandit Sukhram Shimla, May 11 (UNI) Members of the Indian Congress Working Committee, in charge of State Affairs, Rajeev Shukla, Co-Leader Gurkeerat Singh Kotli, Sanjay Dutt and Tajendra Pal Singh Vittu have expressed deep sorrow over on the death of former Union Minister Pandit Sukhram. Congress Speaker […]]]>

State Congress Committee offers condolences on passing of Pandit Sukhram

Shimla, May 11 (UNI) Members of the Indian Congress Working Committee, in charge of State Affairs, Rajeev Shukla, Co-Leader Gurkeerat Singh Kotli, Sanjay Dutt and Tajendra Pal Singh Vittu have expressed deep sorrow over on the death of former Union Minister Pandit Sukhram. Congress Speaker MP Pratibha Singh prayed for peace for the soul of the deceased. Pratibha Singh said that Pandit Sukh Ram had a great contribution to the telecommunication revolution in the country. She said that Pandit Sukh Ram has a special place in state politics. He said Congress will always remember his work in the state during the Union Minister’s tenure. Opposition Leader Mukesh Agnihotri, Harshbardhan Chauhan, Jagat Singh Negi, Election Campaign Committee Chairman Sukhwinder Singh Sukhu, Congress General Secretary Rajneesh Kimta, Colonel Dr Dhaniram Shandil, Asha Kumari, Ramlal Thakur, Anirudh Singh have also expressed their grief over the passing of Pandit Sukh Ram. Former Congress Speaker Kaul Singh Thakur, Gangu Ram Passengers, MLA Nand Lal, Mohan Lal Brakta, Inder Dutt Lakhanpal, Vikramaditya Singh, Rohit Thakur, Sanjay Awasthi, Sunder Thakur, Lakhwinder Singh Rana, Ashish Butail, Satpal Singh Raizada, Bhawani Singh Pathania also joined to offer his condolences. The incumbent Congress President, Harsh Mahajan, Rajendra Rana, Pawan Kajal and Vinay Kumar also expressed their deep sorrow over the passing of Pandit Sukhram while praying for peace for the deceased soul. A condolence meeting was held at the Rajiv Bhawan State Congress headquarters on the death of the late leader. State Congress Committee officials, including Congress Speaker Pratibha Singh, also observed a two-minute silence while paying tribute to the late Sukh Ram. The State Congressional Committee has announced seven days of mourning in the state in honor of the late Sukh Ram. Meanwhile, the party has postponed all of its scheduled programs for the next seven days. UNI ML SY 1525


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Ukrainian Congress Committee Long Island Chapter Chairman Talks Helping Ukraine https://congresips.com/ukrainian-congress-committee-long-island-chapter-chairman-talks-helping-ukraine/ Mon, 09 May 2022 15:55:22 +0000 https://congresips.com/ukrainian-congress-committee-long-island-chapter-chairman-talks-helping-ukraine/ Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up to date with the latest coronavirus news in New York In addition to being a lawyer at East Meadow, Oleh Dekajlo is chairman of the Long Island chapter of the Ukrainian Congress of America Committee, a non-profit organization that focuses on helping and advocating for that […]]]>